The feud between Conte and Mourinho has intensified.
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Antonio Conte says he will "not forget" Jose Mourinho's personal slight about match-fixing, but the Chelsea manager added Tuesday that he wants to call a halt to the increasingly bitter dispute with his Manchester United counterpart.The 48-year-old, who served a four-month ban in Italy in 2012 in relation to a match-fixing scandal but has always denied wrongdoing relating to his time as coach of Siena, said he did not want the League Managers' Association to intervene.Mourinho had provoked the latter riposte by saying he no longer 'acts like a clown' on the touchline which was seen as a barb at both Conte and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
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