Current Tottenham Hotspur head coach Antonio Conte feels that he was backed to win trophies when he was coach at Inter.
Speaking to English news outlet the Evening Standard, the coach explained that his remit with the Nerazzurri was to build a winning project within a couple seasons, and that he felt he had been supported in doing so.
Conte’s departure from Inter was related to the coach feeling that the financial restrictions at the club brought on by the pandemic would make it impossible to keep up the standard that had been set on their way to the Scudetto in his second season in charge.
However, up to that point, the former Juventus, Italy, and Chelsea coach had felt that the club were doing everything that they could to give him the materials he needed to succeed.
Conte contrasted this to the situation at his current club, where he has not been given the same kind of objective to quickly fight for trophies.
“Inter asked me to win in two years and they gave me the possibility to do what I want,” he said. “With Tottenham honestly we didn’t speak about this.”
He went on that “In two years we won [the title] and now Inter Milan is one of the best teams in Italy. Now the situation I have found is totally different, we can’t compare the situation with my experience at Inter Milan.”