The Italian manager has a horrible record in the UCL
Throughout the previous ten years, Antonio Conte has made a name for himself as one of the best managers.
The Italian coach has won league championships with Juventus, Chelsea, and Inter Milan and is aware of what it takes to assemble a squad that can contend for honours.
Conte is currently in command of a title-less Tottenham team, and his team was eliminated from the 2022–23 UEFA Champions League by AC Milan, losing 1-0 on aggregate.
Regrettably, for Spurs, their manager has historically had difficulty winning in the most difficult competition in Europe.
A profound resume in domestic titles
Conte has amassed nine team trophies since taking the reins as manager in 2006. His first championship was won by Bari in 2008–09 after they won Serie B. (Italian second division).
Conte achieved Serie A for the very first time at Juventus only three years later. He went on to win it four more times, notably once with Inter Milan. The Italian won the Premier League and FA Cup during his time at Chelsea during his first time in England.
In addition to the championships he did win, Conte also had his teams place second in the Coppa Italia (Napoli 2-0 Juventus in 2011/12) and the Europa League (Sevilla 3-2 Inter Milan in 2019/20).
Does Antonio Conte have any Champions League titles?
Despite dominating the domestic leagues, Conte has failed to coach a team to a Champions League or continental championship.
In reality, the Italian has never even come close to winning the Champions League; his finest season was in 2012–2013 when Juventus advanced to the quarterfinals.
It should be noted that Conte did triumph in the Champions League once when playing for Juventus in 1995–1996. He began the championship game against Ajax but only played for 44 minutes before his team won on penalties.
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The Champions League record of Antonio Conte
2012 saw Conte oversee his first Champions League match as a manager, a 2-2 draw between Juventus and Chelsea. The Italian has, altogether, won slightly more games than he has lost in the Champions League.
Over the last three of his six managerial competitions, Conte has advanced his side to the knockout stages of the Champions League.
While AC Milan terminated his knockout run in 2022–23 at the last–16 stage, Barcelona (2017–18) and Bayern Munich (2012–13) ended their prior deepest runs as coach.
Champions League exits
In 2013, when he made his debut as a manager in the Champions League, he guided Juventus to the quarterfinals but fell to Bayern Munich 4-0 on aggregate.
Nevertheless, he once again failed to steer Serie A side past the group rounds of the Champions League in the 2013–14 season.
Later, in 2017, Conte was appointed Chelsea’s manager, who guided the Blues to the round of 16, where they were defeated by Barcelona 4-1 overall.
He departed Chelsea and took up duties at Inter Milan, where he also experienced mediocre success in the tournament as Inter did not advance past the group stage in the 2019–20 season.
Following season as well he was unable to take Inter through the group stage during the 2020–21 season. and then pausing the management. Conte was hired as the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, where he assisted Spurs in reaching the Champions League but in the current season, his team lost to AC Milan 1-0 in the round of 16.
Breakdown of Antonio Conte’s record in the Champions League
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