- Antonio Conte was sacked at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday after just 16 months at the helm of affairs
- The Italian was fired after aiming a dig at his own players and the club after their 3-3 draw with Southampton
- Conte was subsequently replaced with his assistant, Cristian Stellini, who took charge on an interim basis
Antonio Conte has broken his silence following his sacking as Tottenham Hotspur boss.
The experienced Italian tactician was shown the door on Sunday, March 26, after just 16 months at the helm of affairs.
According to The Sun, Conte was fired after weeks of speculation that surrounded his future with the north London club.
The former Chelsea manager landed himself in trouble after his public outbursts earlier last week, where he aimed a dig at his own players and the club.
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Conte's lamentations came after Tottenham surrendered a 3-1 advantage over Southampton to settle for a 3-3 epic draw in the Premier League.
The Italian took to popular social media app, Instagram, and shared heartfelt moments on the Spurs dugout with a brief statement.
Conte breaks silence
On the statement, the Italian took some time to thank Spurs fans for their support during his short stint with the club.
"Football is passion. I would like to deeply thank everyone at Spurs who appreciated and shared my passion and my intense way of living football as a coach," he posted.
"A special thought to the fans who always showed me support and appreciation, it’s been unforgettable to hear them singing my name.
"Our journey together has ended, I wish you all the best for the future," he added.
EPL managers likely to exit
Elsewhere, Sports Brief covered an interesting list of Premier League managers who are likely to receive the sack, according to analysed odds.
As per the odds, Conte leads the list of coaches in danger, and that comes as no surprise to many following his recent furious outburst.
Despite coming under fire at the start of the year, Graham Potter has turned the corner at Chelsea and finds himself lower down on the list.