Antonio Conte’s touchline antics is something every Chelsea fan looks forward to during match days.
Conte admits it’s hard to keep his passion under control during matches. He also revealed he’s a bit embarrassed to watch himself on TV after games.
“It’s not easy for me to see me in this situation because I don’t like to see myself again after the game (in replays),” Conte said as quoted by ESPN.
“It is not because I have a strange attitude or strange behaviour but because I don’t like to see it. Sometimes I’m a bit ashamed to show all this passion.
“It’s my enthusiasm. I live the game in this way and not only in England. If you remember during the Euros, if you remember in my past with Juventus, when I started my career, I live the game with great passion and enthusiasm.
“Sometimes for me, it’s very hard to keep this passion under control. Sometimes I want to share my passion with fans, with my staff, with players.
“When I was a player and I scored, always I showed my passion with great celebrations. I scored not a lot but when it happened, I showed great passion. I live football with great passion and great enthusiasm – I put a lot of myself in my work.”