Conte admits Tottenham challenge is harder than previous ones

Fri 19 November 2021 | 12:12

The Spurs manager has revealed that he is facing a ‘more difficult’ challenge at Tottenham than Juventus, Chelsea and Inter.

Antonio Conte

has delivered league victories in his last three clubs but he admitted his job at


needs more rebuilding than his previous teams.

Notwithstanding the scale of the challenge, Conte is determined to do his best.

For sure, for me this is another big challenge, like








. Maybe this is a bit more difficult than before, but I enjoy this type of situation,”

he told Sky Sports.

“[The Premier League title] is my expectation, my target, but also the expectation of Tottenham. This club tries to be competitive and tries to fight teams that now, I think, are higher than us.

“But our target is to start to work very hard, to try to reduce the gap, and then to have a team stable [enough] to stay there and fight with other important clubs like us.”

Conte has managed his side in their 3-2 Europa Conference League win over Vitesse Arnhem and their goalless draw with Everton in the Premier League since being Nuno Espirito Santo’s replacement three weeks ago.

After the Vitesse game, with a 3-0 lead at risk, Conte revealed that time and patience is required to get the squad in shape.

We need to have a bit of patience because we need to work and there are many, many aspects, tactically and physically. Also, the players have to understand what I want,”

he said.

I’m not afraid of the work because I know, in my life, that only through the work you can reach important targets.”

source: SportMob

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