- Antonio Conte blasts Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp for failing to win EPL title in their first year
- The Italian spent just two seasons at Stamford Bridge winning EPL and FA Cup titles
- Conte was sacked at the end of his second year at the club over poor relationship with players
- The 50-year-old has now joined Inter Milan, eyeing the Serie A title
Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte has aimed a dig at both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola after their failure to win the Premier League title in their first year.
The Italian-born tactician spent just two seasons at Stamford Bridge - winning the Premier League title in his first and then wrapped up his reign at the club with FA Cup.
But despite winning two titles in his first two seasons, they did not hesitate to fire him after his relationship with his players went sideways.
Maurizio Sarri was hired as his replacement and the 61-year-old helped the west London side win Europa League before joining Juventus.
Guardiola won back-to-back EPL trophies in his second and third season, while Klopp is on the verge of clinching the title after about five years in charge of the Reds.
Conte who is seriously contending for the Serie A silverware in his first year in Italy threw shades at his former EPL colleagues.
He said: "At Chelsea, I won the Premier League in the first year and the FA Cup in the second year.
"Klopp hasn't won anything yet in England after four years and Guardiola didn't win anything in his first year."
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Liverpool opened a comfortable 22 points gap on the table following their 4-0 win over Southampton at Anfield over the weekend.
Mohamed Salah scored twice, while Jordan Henderson and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also recorded their names on the scores sheet.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool extended their lead on the Premier League table with a resounding 4-0 victory over Southampton on Saturday, February 1, at Anfield Stadium.
Reds are now a few steps to history with whopping 73 points all thanks to Mohammed Salah's brace and each goal from the England duo of Jordan Henderson and Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain.
Jurgen Klopp's men had a brilliant yet torrid start having failed to record a goal in the first half despite some bright efforts from Salah.
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