To put not too fine a point on it - that painted two metres by one metre in SW6 is cramping the Italian's style.
Maybe Jose Mourinho would disagree after the Manchester United boss had a word about exuberance shown by Conte as every goal hit the back of the Reds' net on Sunday - especially the fourth.
But Conte insists his coiled spring needs a release unlike Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal manager's almost motionless sang froid during games.
The Chelsea man has made no apologies for rants, raves and runs up and down the box during the game. In fact, he's looking forward to an even bigger space to go bananas when Blues face West Ham in the EFL Cup tomorrow.
"I have to compare it (West Ham's technical area and Chelsea's) and for me it's very difficult," he said.
"I want to ask the club to change the technical area because it's only two metres this way, and one metre this way.
"Everyone should show respect for me and my work. My history is there and I show this (emotion), and I want to be very close to my players."
Blues are expected to be followed to east London by more than 5,000 fans - a fixture considered high-risk by the Metropolitan Police, with both TfL and police advising away supporters to use both Pudding Mill Lane and Stratford to ease congestion.