Coach Antonio Conte of Italy reacts during the Euro 2016 qualifying soccer match against Bulgaria in Sofia March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
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Former Juventus coach Antonio Conte has been given a warm welcome on his return to Turin but the Italy boss could be under the spotlight when the Azzurri host England in a friendly Tuesday.Conte is considered a legend by the "Bianconeri" part of the northern Italian city having won three consecutive league titles as coach of Juventus. Italy could only eke out a 2-2 draw against Bulgaria Saturday, a result which left them second in Group H qualifying for Euro 2016, two points adrift of leaders Croatia.Conte has since brought in reinforcements, with AC Milan defender Ignazio Abate and Inter Milan defender Davide Santon called to plug the gaps, although if used they could be handed wing-back roles in Conte's preferred 3-5-2 .Conte could be tempted to reshuffle his starting lineup for Tuesday, with Eder, Manolo Gabbiadini, Graziano Pelle and Franco Vazquez all waiting in the wings.
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