According to reports, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will seek feedback before deciding whether or not to fire Antonio Conte before the end of the season. The Italian manager is widely expected to leave north London before the start of the next season, with his contract set to expire in the summer.
There is no indication that Conte is willing to consider signing an extension with Tottenham, and the club has shown no firm desire to keep him at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium beyond the end of his current contract. Their working relationship appears to be irreparably damaged, with Conte launching a stunning verbal assault on his players following Saturday’s draw at Southampton.Information Guide Nigeria
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Tottenham’s decision-makers are now debating whether to relieve Conte of his duties before the end of his contract, with Levy planning to poll fans before making a final decision, according to the Daily Mail. Crisis talks are said to have taken place on Saturday night to discuss Conte’s post-match comments at Southampton, despite the fact that the 53-year-old insisted that his tirade was directed solely at his players and not the board.NYSC Portal
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Levy is reportedly planning to meet with his closest confidantes next week as he considers Conte’s immediate future, though he is under no immediate pressure to make a decision because Tottenham do not play again until next month. It remains to be seen how the situation develops in the coming days, with Conte unlikely to stay at Spurs for much longer regardless of what Levy decides.
A number of players have expressed dissatisfaction with Conte’s demeanor and intensity, and believe that the negativity he frequently conveys in public is affecting team morale, which could jeopardize Tottenham’s chances of qualifying for next season’s Champions League between now and the end of the season. Former Wales captain Ashley Williams recently claimed that Conte’s players were unlikely to have taken kindly to his scathing rant on Saturday evening, and he questioned the Italian’s proclivity to blame others while ignoring his own shortcomings.JAMB Result
“It would be interesting to know the conversation in the dressing room,” said Williams on Match of the Day. “Did he say the same to the players’ faces or come out afterwards?