Antonio Conte blasts Tottenham players, crushes boss Daniel Levy after Southampton draw: ‘We are not a team’

Antonio Conte had no filter during his post-match interview after Tottenham drew against Southampton and conceded two goals in the final minutes of the match. The Italian manager left for the team, throwing a flamethrower at both his player and the club’s management. With his contract expiring in the summer, it looks like his job could be in jeopardy even before then, especially after these words. Tottenham are currently fourth in the Premier League table with 49 points, just two more than Newcastle, although they have played two more games.

Shortly after the match, Antonio Conte addressed the media and said some strong words about the club project: “Until now I tried to hide the situation, but now no more. We are not a team. We are eleven players who enter the field. I see selfish players, players who don’t want to help each other and don’t give their heart.”

“It’s always the same here, every season. The club is responsible for the transfer market, the coach is responsible. But the players, where are the players?

The Italian coach also spoke of the Daniel Levy-era club: “Here at Tottenham we are used to it. They don’t play for something important. They don’t want to play under pressure, under stress. Thus. The history of Tottenham has been going on for 20 years, there is an owner, but they have never won anything. Why?”.

“I see selfish players, players who don’t want to help each other and don’t put their heart into it. Here we are playing for the badge. We play to make Tottenham fans proud of us. You need fire in your eyes.” .

“This is unacceptable for the fans. They follow us, pay for the ticket, and this performance is unacceptable. If they want to continue in the same spirit, they can change the manager, there are many managers, but the situation cannot be changed. Believe me. to me”.

Tottenham have yet to comment on their manager’s heated press conference, but it’s not hard to imagine that this could be the end of an era for the Italian manager at the club.


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