Tottenham manager Antonio Conte’s reaction after Spurs’ embarrassing defeat by Middlesbrough has recently come under media scrutiny.
When asked about his reaction, Conte said his reaction was one of disappointment and frustration due to the discrepancies in the results at the club.
He said, “My reaction was that I was disappointed. Frustrated with the result, sure to have that up and down.
He spoke about his team not being able to maintain consistency and that bringing stability to the team would take a long time.
He said: “Sure to have this and I don’t like below. I’ve always said that from day one when I arrived.
“Tottenham’s story is this, a lot of ups and downs, but to be competitive, to try to win something, to try to fight for something important and to become a strong team, you have to be stable first and avoid those ups and depths.
“To do this and change this type of situation that has been happening at Tottenham for many, many years is not easy.
“In a short period of time that’s impossible, not just for me but I think for any manager or coach that comes in and changes history in a second.
“This [is the] History of this club over the last 20 years.
“Especially when this club has been in such a situation for 20 years.”
Disagreements in results became much more apparent in the last few games as Tottenham managed to beat leaders Manchester City but lost to Burnley and Middlesbrough.
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Conte’s disappointment with Tottenham’s medical department
Commenting on the medical department in England, Antonio Conte expressed his disappointment at the lack of communication between the manager and the doctors.
Conte said: “I think it’s a pity that in England you should sometimes have a conference with the medical department.
“It’s too easy for the doctors to work here because they don’t speak, don’t explain what’s happening, you know?
“Sometimes I think it could be good to have a good press conference with the medical department one day, albeit in two weeks, to explain the situation of the players, about the situation they are trying to take care of their players to take care of. It’s too easy for the medical department in England I think.”
Tottenham host Everton next week, followed by the game against Manchester United, a couple of very important games for Spurs if they are to progress in the Premier League’s top four race.
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