Tottenahm Hotspur coach Antonio Conte feels that the expectations that he faces in the Premier League are different compared to when he was in charge at Inter or Juventus.
Speaking in a press conference after his side’s 4-2 defeat at the hands of Manchester City, via FCInterNews, the coach gave his thoughts on the differences between coaching in Italy and coaching in England where he currently is.
Conte is one of the most high-profile coaches to have worked in both the Italian and English top flights over the past decade or so.
The 53-year-old has won Serie A titles with both Juventus and Inter, whilst he also guided Chelsea to a Premier League title, and was also lauded for the job that he did coaching the Italian national team.
Conte is currently in charge at Tottenham Hotspur, where things are not going anywhere near as smoothly as the coach would hope.
A devastating result which saw Conte’s team throw away a 2-0 halftime lead to lose emphatically to the English champions is only the latest in a series of tough setbacks that the coach and his Spurs team have faced since returning from the winter break.
The coach said after the match that
“For sure if you tell me about my previous experience with Inter, Chelsea and Juventus, but also with Siena and Bari, yeah these are different situations. “When you understand very well what is the situation you realize and then you go into it with more strength, you understand?”
“It’s logical if my expectations continues to be the same at Juventus and Inter, then maybe could be dangerous because my frustration could be big,” he added.