Pirlo: Conte made me a trainer … tomorrow he will see the other side

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Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo has revealed that it was Antonio Conte, his former coach and current Inter Milan coach, who made him want to become a coach.

Juventus are preparing to face Inter Milan tomorrow, Sunday, at the San Siro stadium, in the 18th round of the Italian League.

Pirlo said in his statements at the press conference: “I expect to see Inter fierce from the start but we are Juventus so we want to go to San Siro and play our way.”

He added: “There should be no fear or shame, even in such important matches we have to free our minds, we are Juventus and we have to get used to situations of pressure.”

He continued: “Winning will give us a real boost, unlike the three points. We may have a different philosophy right now, but the two teams will fight for the title to the end.”

He continued: “Conte and I have two completely different personalities. We spoke before the start of the season and there is still a lot of respect and affection between us. He made history for Juventus, and I learned a lot from him, so I will always be grateful. ”

And he added: “Conte is the first man who made me want to be a coach. He’s a great person and a great coach, but tomorrow we will be opponents on the sidelines.”

He concluded: “McKinney is not 100% ready, but it’s good for him to be at our disposal. Ramsey has been training all week and has no problems, while Chiellini is doing good. hard work and an added bonus for this team. ”