Conte and Mourinho have exchanged more and more bitter barbs over the past week.Responding to Mourinho talking about Contre in relation to a match-fixing scandal in Italy, the train Juventus boss said: 'We all know him very well. But it's always the same. This is his way. It's not a surprise for me.'I think when you try to hurt a person, especially if you know the truth of what happens, the court proved my innocence, when you do this it means you are a little man.'But this is the first time. He does this in the past and continues to do so in the present and when you are in this way.Mourinho had been challenged when he was interviewed by Jurgen Klopp and Conte and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.Tale hit back by suggesting that the United manager may be suffering from 'senile demenza' - senile dementia - because he had clearly forgotten his pastoral ways on the touchline.Mourinho did not take that jibe well and after United's win against Derby on Friday he said: 'What has never happened to me and will never happen?The surprising reference to 'match-fixing' drew a follow-up question at Conte.The Chelsea boss was acquitted of sporting fraud charges in 2016. Prosecutors had requested a six-month suspended sentence following accusations he failed to report episodes of match-fixing while in charge at Serie B side Siena in 2011.The trainer Italy manager - who has always denied any wrongdoing - served a four-month ban in relation to the affair in 2012.