A list of everything Antonio Conte has achieved in his managerial career

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Antonio Conte
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With the recent appointment of Antonio Conte, Tottenham fans have begun wondering what the likelihood of him bringing a trophy to North London is.

So to give you a helpful idea on the chances of Spurs finally breaking the trophy drought, here are Conte’s major achievements.

He started his managerial career as an assistant for Sienna in 2005. He then went on to manage Arezzo and Barri where he won the Serie B in 2009.

After this, Conte made the move to Atalanta where he stayed for one year. Followed by a return to Siena, likewise for just one season.

This is where the most notable move happened in his career and his level of success as a manager shifted dramatically. Conte became the head coach of Juventus in 2011.

For everything he achieved there as a player, Conte did brilliantly at replicating the success for his time as a manager.

He guided Juventus to monumental triumph in the league, completing a hat-trick of Serie A titles. In his first season, he brought the title to Juventus for the first time since 2003. On top of that, they finished that year unbeaten in the league.

During his 3 seasons managing Juventus, they also managed to win the Supercoppa Italiana twice out of the available three.

On an individual basis, Conte was the Serie A coach of the year for each of the three years he was there, truly showing his world-class ability as a manager.

He didn’t achieve anything monumental in his time as the Italy manager. However, they did go unbeaten on their way through the qualifiers to Euro 2016.

But after a well-fought victory to Spain, they faced Germany in the quarter-finals and were knocked out on penalties.

Soon after Italy were knocked out, Conte left and became the manager of Chelsea. This was the tenure where he truly proved he was one of the best managers in the world.

In his first season, Conte guided Chelsea to the Premier League trophy. The key behind the title win was his formation and tactics, which look to be extremely similar to how he will coach Tottenham; a brilliant sign.

In the process of the title win, Conte became the first manager to be awarded three back-to-back Premier League manager of the month awards.

Then in the following 17/18 season, Chelsea beat Manchester United to win the FA Cup. This came after also making the final and losing to Arsenal the previous season.

If he can manage to achieve anywhere near what he did at Chelsea, he will become a hero for Spurs fans.

And the success at Chelsea is promising for his future at Tottenham as it is the most applicable to how he will perform in his return to London.

However, after missing out on a Champions League spot in the 17/18 season, Conte was dismissed and he moved on to Inter.

At Inter Conte, yet again, he surprised the world when he ended Juventus’ nine-year run of consecutive titles, but Inter announced he had left the club by mutual consent despite winning the Serie A.

Conte is a serial winner but he has to be backed by Daniel Levy for Spurs to finish the season in glory. If he doesn’t there will certainly be a fallout between him and the board.

But, if the board do as he requests, then Tottenham are on the right track for a long-needed trophy.

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