Antonio Conte speaks about his future at Chelsea

Antonio Conte speaks about his future at Chelsea

Mourinho called an end to the feud on Friday when he said he had "hurt" Conte and he feels "contempt" towards him.

The row began when Conte accused Mourinho of having "senile dementia" in response to his claim that he didn't need to act like a clown on the touchline.

In response, Mourinho referenced Conte's four-month ban for failing to report match fixing in 2012 - a punishment that was ultimately rescinded in 2016 - before the Italian struck back by branding Mourinho "fake" and a "small man".

"I think there is competition but at the same time don't forget you are talking about two young players and for Morata this is the first full season for him, and he is learning a lot from this experience". Or you can expect contempt.

Teams and fans would love their very own Sir Alex Ferguson, both in terms of his success and his longevity, but it's just not likely these days, managers move on far more quickly than they ever did previously.

We should, as Capello warned, be fearful of an insult-mongering Mourinho, but we should take extra notice of the Special One descending into a pregnant, contempt-fuelled silence.

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Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho have endured a hard season at their respective clubs.

Italian TV reported that the Manchester United manager told his counterpart at the final whistle: "You don't celebrate like that at 4-0, you can do it at 1-0, otherwise it's humiliating for us".

Conte hasn't received the backing he wanted in pursuit of his summer transfer targets while Mourinho is whining about the financial prowess of arch-rivals and league leaders, Manchester City.

Being a manager of one of the top clubs in the world comes with an inevitable time limit, no matter how well you're doing.

Everything is possible. I have another year of contract with this club but, as you know very well in football, everything is possible. "I think in other clubs this doesn't happen". Learning to deal with these type of situations and if we speak about Michy we are at the same level.

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