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Former Juventus midfielder says that the Tottenham job will be Antonio Conte’s most challenging
By Eddie Razo -

Antonio Conte has managed clubs like Juventus and Chelsea, which have the pressure of winning trophies and demand excellence from the Italian tactician. Despite being at the helm for these two teams, a former player suggests that the Tottenham Hotspur job might be his most challenging task. 

Ex-Juventus midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini spoke to Calciomercato, who that due to the Premier League having three or four better clubs ahead of Tottenham. 

Furthermore, Conte will hope that chairman Daniel Levy sticks to his commitment to spending and improving the squad, which is another challenge.  

“He leaves nothing to chance, I’m happy for him because Tottenham is a great club, but it’s a challenge because there are three or four superior teams. It’s a very stimulating challenge; he does it for his own growth, but definitely, surely Spurs promised him something regarding the January market,” Giaccherini said.

“He has Europe; he will do everything to go as far as possible. Then next year, starting from scratch, he will be able to narrow the gap with the former, even with a new market to be set up right from the start, but at the moment, I see it as a very difficult challenge, perhaps the most difficult of his career.”

As of now, it seems as though Tottenham will reportedly spend money that Conte demands from the clubs he works for as the January window is set to open in a few weeks. Nonetheless, some Tottenham supporters will likely wait to see if the club commits to the financial backing. 

The 52-year-old got a draw in his first Premier League match with Tottenham, so the first steps are in motion in the Conte era. 

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Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago

No kidding Sherlock.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago

As Conte has already said, concentrating on the on-pitch activities rather than facilities and non-footballing matters is where the club needs to go. Wishing him every bit of luck dealing with the worst steward in the club’s history.

Len
Len
2 months ago

No matter who Conte/Paratici bring in, it will be Levy’s until it succeeds. Levy made Conte as he did Jose and Nono, but no one has been able to say what the promises are.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago
Reply to  Len

Hope Conte got his promises in writing. Levy doesn’t have a great track record with ‘gentlemens agreements.’

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Signed in the contract in triplicate and recorded on a video camera in front of 12 judges.

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