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Tottenham: Antonio Conte admits managing team is his biggest challenge yet

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Tottenham: Antonio Conte admits managing team is his biggest challenge yet

Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte described his task of managing the team as the biggest challenge of his managerial career thus far. After his first month in charge of the Premier League club, the Italian has understood exactly the task ahead of him. He said that the level at the club was not high after their humiliating defeat at the hands of NS Mura, the lowest-ranked team in the Europa Conference League.

“Biggest challenge, yes. But as I said in Mura, I’m not scared about this,” Tottenham manager Antonio Conte said. “I have a lot of enthusiasm. When I arrive here, I enjoy the situation. I enjoy working with the players, I enjoy speaking with the club, I enjoy creating a good base. Now the most important thing is this – to create a good base and then to build something important. We need a bit of time but I’m sure we can improve a lot and give satisfaction to our fans. But this is a big challenge for me. This is a big challenge for the club. This is a big challenge for the players. For everybody.”

“The club, in the last years, has been slipping,” he added. “If I compare Tottenham to when I was in Chelsea, Tottenham was very, very competitive, was a really, really strong team. And I think that to lose important players or someone became old and then to have a change of generation, I think Tottenham now is paying a bit of this.”

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