Friday, 5 January 2018

Chelsea Manager Conte Blasts 'Senile' Mourinho After The Man United Boss Comments

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has responded in an extraordinary way to Jose Mourinho's remarks of some English Premier League managers being "clowns on the sideline."
The comments made by the Manchester United coach are thought to be aimed at Conte and Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp.

The Portuguese said in a press conference:
"Because I don’t behave as a clown on the touchline, it means that I’ve lost my passion?"
In a response to his comments, Conte said at a press conference:
"I think that he has to see himself in the past, maybe he was speaking about himself in the past, yeah?

"Maybe sometimes, I think that someone forgets what they said in the past or his behaviour and sometimes I think there is, I don't know the name, ‘demenza senile’ when you are a bit (taps his temple) when you forget what you do in the past." 
‘Demenza senile’ literally translates as senile dementia, but Chelsea later insisted Conte had been looking to use the Italian word for amnesia.

Conte has also blasted Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger following the 2-2 draw in midweek with Arsenal.
“I think if Arsene watches the game again, he’ll understand that he was very lucky in the game with the refereeing decisions,” Conte added.

“It’s strange because I don’t like to speak about other coaches or players.

“This is a form of respect that you must have. 

“Sometimes Wenger forgets that in the last few games [vs Arsenal] we finished with 10 men.”

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