The war of words between Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho seems it won’t end soon after what Jose Mourinho said to Antonio Conte in a match conference.
Jose Mourinho has described Antonio Conte, Chelsea’s manager, and Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool’s manager, as clowns after their crazy goal celebrations on the touchline during the matches, which made Antonio Conte reply to Jose Mourinho.
The war didn’t end on that only, but Jose Mourinho confessed that he was doing crazy celebrations, but not anymore. and Jose Mourinho said:” I don’t know Chelsea’s manager to say that I made mistakes in the past, and I will do in the future too. What I will say is that I have never been banned for match fixing.”
This type of war of words has decreased between the two managers recently, and the match fixing ban was enforced on Chelsea’s manager, Antonio Conte, when he was in the Serie A and managing the Italian giant, Juventus, in the season of 2012-2013 and Antonio Conte was banned for four months after he was suspected of match fixing during his managerial period in Siena FC in Italy back in 2011, then later it wasn’t charged with anything related to match fixing.