Conte’s patience exploded…”Why do you keep getting me into trouble? Why do I have to answer?”

Antonio Conte’s patience finally exploded.

Tottenham Hotspur will face Manchester City in the 7th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England at 5:00 am (hereinafter referred to as Korean time) on the 20th. Tottenham are currently in 5th place with 33 points.

Ahead of the match against Man City, Tottenham got some not-so-good news. It was a story that even the future of Kane, a key player, was unknown in a situation where Conte’s future was also unclear. On the 18th, the British ‘Telegraph’ even reported that “If you talk to someone who has worked with Kane or knows him, everyone will say, ‘It’s time to leave Tottenham.'” There was also content that Tottenham had set the transfer fee for Kane in advance.

Kane’s future is the biggest issue related to Tottenham, so of course Conte was also asked. Conte then said, “If you hold a press conference with the club’s leadership, such questions may come up. The club will be able to answer such questions. I hope that day will come. But why do I have to answer this question? It’s not, but isn’t he always saying the same thing?” he reacted nervously. 카지노

He couldn’t hold back his anger, saying, “Why do I always have to answer difficult questions? Why are you trying to make me difficult with such questions? Why do I have to answer?” Since the issue related to Kane’s future is a very sensitive element, it is speculated that Conte was angry.

He draws the line clearly, saying, “I’m really polite and kind, but at the same time, I want you to understand me. I don’t want to make trouble. I’ve always replied that I like the way we work here and what we’re doing.”

Conte has also criticized the way the Premier League (EPL) always appears at press conferences. “It’s a bad custom in England that only the manager talks and explains. I’ve never seen team doctors explain. I haven’t seen a head coach or director come in (to a press conference) to explain club strategy or vision. Not every week, but at least. It would be easier to understand if I explained it once every month or fortnight.”

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