If there was to be an award for the most passionate manager in the league, Antonio Conte will deservedly win it every month.
The Italian always talks about living every moment with his players, and he does exactly that. He nods every ball, kicks every ball and celebrates every goal — ask Jose Mourinho.
In the 3-1 win against Arsenal, the Chelsea boss showed his passion, as he celebrated Eden Hazard’s goal, in a way worthy of the wonder of that goal.
Speaking about his celebration, the Chelsea manager said: “I think I live my work with great intensity because I give, not 100 per cent, but 120/130 per cent.
“I think in my work I put a great part of my day, I put my patience, my emotion and I try to justify this to my players.
“I live the game with great intensity and sometimes in football, when there are very important moments, to keep my patience and enthusiasm is very difficult. It’s good to share these emotions with my players, with my staff and sometimes also with the fans, because I want this and I think I deserve this for the patience that I put in every moment of my life in football.”