📰 *Antonio Conte has slammed "little man" Jose Mourinho for digging up old match-fixing charges against the Chelsea manager in recent press statements.
The pair have maintained a frosty relationship since Conte arrived in the Premier League, with frequent clashes when the Blues have faced Manchester United.
But Mourinho upped the ante in their war of words by referencing a four-month ban Conte served in the 2012-13 season while he was manager of Juventus for failing to report match-fixing while he was in charge of Siena.
Conte, not to be outdone, came back with his own strong words toward the Manchester United boss, calling him "a fake" and claiming that he will always be a "little man".
"You show you are a little man," Conte said after a weakened Chelsea side were held 0-0 by Norwich City in Saturday's FA Cup third round.
"He was a little man in the past, he is a little man in the present and he will be in the future.
"He is not my problem, I consider him a very little man with very low profile. I remember for example with Ranieri.
"He offended Ranieri for his English, then when Ranieri was sacked he put a shirt with his name on. This shows you are a fake