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Antonio Conte concedes level at Tottenham is not high

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Tottenham manager Antonio Conte says that he is not a magician and understands the job at hand after their defeat to NS Mura in the Europa Conference League. Conte oversaw his Spurs team losing to the lowest-ranked team in the tournament after losing all their first four games. The Slovenian side took the shock lead through Tomi Horvat before Harry Kane equalized. The home side then grabbed the winner in stoppage time for the biggest upset in Europe this season.

“After three weeks I am starting to understand the situation. It is not simple,” Tottenham manager Antonio Conte said. “At this moment the level at Tottenham is not so high. I must be honest and tell you that after three-and-a-half weeks, I am starting to understand the situation. I can tell you that the situation is not simple. It is not simple because at this moment for sure the level of Tottenham is not so high.”

“There is an important gap to the top teams in England. Of this we must not be scared,” he added. “I am here to work, here to improve the situation. I know that in this moment we need to have patience, time and I am here because I know there are problems to solve. After three-and-a-half weeks, I am happy to stay here but at the same time, I must be honest and tell you we need to work a lot to improve the quality of the [current] squad. We are Tottenham and Tottenham at this moment, there is an important gap.”

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