Argentinian striker off the mark after scoring in Super Cup win.
Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has revealed that he has seen similarities between Sir Alex Ferguson and Antonio Conte.
The 29-year-old scored his first goal for the club in their 4-0 Italian Super Cup win over Lazio on Sunday night, and believes he is constantly improving his relationship with his team-mates as well as his fitness levels.
Goals from Paul Pogba, Giorgio Chiellini and Stephan Lichtsteiner sent the reigning Serie A champions on their way, as coach Conte picked up yet another trophy ahead of his bid to clinch a third consecutive league title.
“Conte, in certain ways, reminds me of Ferguson,” Tevez told reporters after the game as reported by Football Italia.
“Especially in his desire to leave no stone unturned,” he added.
While Ferguson is now enjoying his retirement, Conte is expected to continue his dominance in Serie A after making a trio of solid summer signings.
Along with Tevez both Fernando Llorente and Angelo Ogbonna arrived at the club ahead of the new campaign, and they are expected to help the club make an impression in Europe this year.
Conte has previously spoken about his desire to manage abroad at some stage in his career, but it is more than feasible to suggest that he could remain Juve coach for many more years to come.
Critics will suggest that he has yet to really suffer from an extended crisis of results which will undoubtedly test his managerial skills further, but for now the future looks promising as he continues to develop and build an impressive squad in Turin.