Antonio Conte is the stylish, and often fiery, head coach of Tottenham.
He previously enjoyed an extremely successful spell in charge of Italian giants Juventus, as well as stints at Chelsea, Siena, Atalanta, Bari, Arezzo, Italy, and Inter Milan.
Conte made an instant impact at Chelsea, leading the Blues to Premier League glory in his debut season, which was followed by FA Cup glory in 2017/18.
During three seasons at Juventus Conte led the club to a hat-trick of Serie A titles and two Suppercoppa Italianas, while the Old Lady memorably went through the whole of the 2011/12 season unbeaten in the league.
Prior to that Conte gained recognition for lead both Bari and Siena up to the Italian top-flight.
Conte led Italy through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, knocking out defending champions Spain in the last-16, and will now be looking to bring in silverware with Chelsea after becoming the 10th boss to work under Blues owner Roman Abramovich.