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Tottenham: Alasdair Gold casts doubt on Antonio Conte’s future

A gutting Tottenham Hotspur claim has been made regarding Antonio Conte’s future… 

What’s the talk?

Spurs reporter Alasdair Gold replied to a fan questioning the Italian’s position at the club and did not give a very hopeful response based on the feeling he has got from the ex-Inter coach this season.

He wrote in his Football.London Q&A: “I’ll admit, the way he speaks doesn’t exactly offer up too much hope that he will be in charge next season. Anything about a topic beyond the end of this season is swerved. Yesterday I simply asked him whether the youthful nature of Spurs’ transfer policy brings the inconsistency we see and whether a couple of experienced heads could be in order in the summer. He swerved it with all of his might.

“The way he talks, you can tell Conte feels this is not what he thought he was signing up for and that there is far more work required at Tottenham than expected. He’s said as much.”

Will Conte last the season at Spurs?

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Livid

Spurs fans will surely be livid with this claim for multiple reasons.

Firstly, it suggests that there has been a failure behind the scenes at Tottenham in the way they have built the club in recent years. Conte is seemingly unhappy with what he has seen since taking over from Nuno Santo and that could fall on Paratici and Daniel Levy’s laps, although the former has only been in London for a relatively short amount of time.

Supporters will be frustrated that the club is in a position where their internal structure appears set to see them lose a top-class manager who has the potential to do big things at Tottenham. Conte’s record as a coach is sensational and suggests that he will be able to win trophies with Spurs if he is given the time and backing to do so.

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How many managers have Spurs had this year?

He has won the Serie A four times, the Premier League once, the Italian Super Cup once and the FA Cup once in his managerial career for Chelsea, Juventus and Inter. This proves that he is a winner and that is why Tottenham fans will be livid with the prospect of him departing in the summer.

The supporters will surely be keen for him to remain at the club, because of his pedigree and reputation, and him leaving because of issues behind the scenes would leave the fuming with Levy and how he has handled the last few years.

AND in other news, Major boost: Spurs handed big double injury lift pre-Everton, Conte will be buzzing…

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