The Blues boss had his say on the recent sacking of Claudio Ranieri
Antonio Conte has admitted that as a manager it is frustrating to hear stories of players taking a part in Claudio Ranieri’s sacking from Leicester City.
The Blues boss says that it is wrong for the players to decide the fate of the manager and admits that a scenario would be very frustrating for a football manager.
Conte said in a press conference earlier today: “I don’t like to follow this type of story because it is a lack of respect for Claudio.
“It is not right that the players decide that the manager is sacked or not, if that happens then that means the club is poor and without power.
“I don’t believe or trust in this.
“I do not want to listen to this type of story as it is frustrating for a manager.
“Also to imagine the players to decide your destiny is not good.”