Video: Antonio Conte takes another swipe at refereeing standards as Tottenham lose at Chelsea

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It’s clear that Tottenham manager, Antonio Conte, was none too happy with the standard of refereeing on show at Stamford Bridge in the London derby against Chelsea.

Conte enjoyed a successful period in West London of course, and perhaps hoped that he could work his magic once again, as he returned in opposition.

The North Londoners might well have come away with all three points if Harry Kane’s opening goal was allowed to stand.

The Spurs and England striker found the net in the first-half, but saw his effort chalked off after the referee blew for an infringement.

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It seems Kane was penalised for pushing over Chelsea’s Thiago Silva, but replays would suggest the Blues defender went over far too easily.

Conte appeared to agree that disallowing the goal was a bit of a nonsense, and suggested that it would’ve been allowed had it been scored in Italy.

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  1. Davies and Sessegon are not good enough
    Davies made mistake with passing the ball 9 times no one like him
    His standard of passing is amateur
    Honest he is always poor with passing the ball in the past and will be always the same in coming day
    Session is very weakest of squad

    1. You have a better chance of finding recyclable rubbish in the dumpsite. None of the rubbish at our club are worth a second look and smell.
      Davies- rubbish
      Sessegnon – Rubbish
      Tanganga – Rubbish
      Dier – Rubbish
      Sanchez – Hot and Cold but rubbish category
      Skipp- Rubbish
      Winks- I prefer the fake one that played a few weeks back but generally effin rubbish too.

  2. I always believe that Conte will be leaving bec he could not get new players as you know Levy won’t spend
    Conte really needs backing from Spurs board but for sure will not happen

    1. “For SURE will NOT happen??
      My bet is the reversing beeps will be loudly heard in your neck of the woods.

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