‘It’s not right’ – Antonio Conte drops bombshell statements after Spurs suffer defeat to Burnley

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Being the manager of Tottenham Hotspur has been enough to kick the outspokenness of Antonio Conte to yet another level as the Italian has publicly questioned his own future after Spurs lost to Burnley this evening.

Burnley, relegation candidates in the Premier League, came away 1-0 victors against the north London outfit tonight, sparking a potential pathway out of the  drop zone with just a 34% hold of the possession.

Conte, renowned as a manger who does not hold back to the media and regarded as someone with tendencies to ruffle the hierarchy of the clubs he manages, proved as such and much more with some ominous statements after tonight’s defeat.

The man who has mounted iconic Championship campaigns in the Premier League and Serie A admitted that it ‘it’s not right and not good’ for anyone to ‘continue to ‘lose’, something that he cannot ‘accept’, which is to be expected given his success at clubs like Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan.

Conte admitted that there needs to be a sit-down with the club, who he professes as one who ‘change coaches’ but leave the players the ‘same’, leading to no ‘change’ in the results, in which the ‘best solution’ needs to be worked out, a statement that sounds awfully like an admission that his time at the helm should be up.

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The entire interview can be seen below:

Conte took the reins from Nuno Espirito Santo at the start of November and has recorded seven wins, four defeats and three draws, in a spell that has started to be tarnished by the usual inconsistency and upsets (which seem like shock results individually but a fabric of the team when previous years are considered) that have let Spurs down in recent seasons.

As if a defeat to a struggling Burnley side wasn’t bad enough, Daniel Levy now has yet another batch of bombshell statements from Conte to dissect, not long after the boss brutally yet honestly undermined their ability with a ‘1%’ reference. 

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  1. Without naming Levy and Lewis he’s basically saying if he’s not backed what can he do. And he’s right.
    Levy, Lewis and ENIC OUT!!

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