reflects upon the career of a man who's already been a serial winner in the game, both as a player and a manager.In his early career he was the local boy made good, a boyhood fan of his hometown club Lecce who would become their hero and earn a move to the big time with the Serie A giants Juventus."He's a midfielder who scored goals, who worked very hard for the team," said Fabrizio Ravanelli, a former team-mate of Conte at Juventus."He was a good passer, a good header of the ball and he scored many important goals." In 13 hugely successful seasons with Juve, Conte won no fewer than fifteen trophies - including, in 1996, the Champions League.Alessandro Del Piero, who played alongside him throughout, believes it was a valuable education for a career in management."He didn't speak too much," he said. And he wanted to know everything that happened on the pitch and why."After retiring as a player in 2004, Conte embarked on a career as a coach in the Italian lower leagues.Die Qualifizierungsoffensive Landkreis Gießen unterstützt seit 1999 kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen aus Stadt und Landkreis Gießen dabei, passgenaue Weiterbildungsmaßnahmen für die eigene Belegschaft zu finden und umzusetzen.Seit 2015 ist die Qualifizierungsoffensive Teil der "Hessischen Nachqualifizierungsoffensive" und widmet sich dem Schwerpunktthema der abschlussbezogenen Nachqualifizierung.Die Besuche und Besichtigungen sind mit Innsbruck Card kostenlos.
"We have many more names for him but let's stay with `Martello!But Del Piero warned Chelsea's players that his former team-mate and coach will not be satisfied by winning this Premier League title alone."He'll have a great dinner with the players," said Del Piero."And, at that dinner, he'll already be saying to the players - 'Guys, next year will be tougher.A year later Conte's Juve successfully defended their title - in spite of the challenge from Mazzarri's Napoli."Juventus found a great coach who motivated the players and gave them an identity in their style of play," said Mazzarri."This, and the club doing so well on the recruitment side of things, meant they became a really good team."One such recruit was the Spanish international Fernando Llorente."My year with Conte was the toughest season I've had in my career," said the now Swansea striker.All the time you need to talk with the team altogether to give the right messages. Not only talk - do it." In Conte's first season he changed the team's formation to 3-5-2.