Spurs coach Antonio Conte has defended himself from the rumors of departure, months after coming on the Spurs bench. The Italian coach is fully committed while his team can still qualify for the next Champions League.
Antonio Conte will honor his mission at Tottenham until the end, before seeing what his future holds. Returning to a small point behind Arsenal and the Champions League on Thursday evening after a resounding win in the derby (3-0), Spurs still have two games to go to seek fourth place from the Gunners. What worries his trainer above all is he announced his departure for several weeks.
“From the moment I arrived at the club – and in all my previous clubs – I have been there with absolutely all my heart, mind and my head, Conte announced in a press conference in remarks written by the Evening Standard. 100 % even more” . The PSG track was first cited by Italian coaches to replace Mauricio Pochettino before being dismantled, then condemning it as “fake news”.
“I Think I Showed That Passion”
“That’s my specialty. I’m a passionate person, I think I’ve shown this passion, Conte continues. I like to fully commit myself to the club where I work. I know “That’s the only way I can give and get everything. From my players, my club and my supporters.”
Tottenham have the opportunity to put pressure on Arsenal during their reception at Burnley this Sunday (1pm, to follow live on The Indian Paper 1). In what could be the last game managed by Antonio Conte, six months after he was on the Spurs bench, before concluding the season against Norwich next week.