Antonio Conte warns players as stress over Harry Kane’s move
The Spikes lost 2-0 away to Sporting in the Champions League, with Antonio Conte’s side currently trailing the Portuguese group by three in the aggregate and gearing up against last year’s Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt not too far away.
Conte accepted the open door after the game to remind his players of the level of opposition they will face this season.
Antonio Conte transfer Champions League warning to stars
“It’s really high. You know if you want to play in this opposition, you have to limit the fumbles in light of the fact that you can pay at the end. We paid a lot tonight and we are currently discussing misfortune against a group that has proven to be used to playing in this opposition.
“It’s a shame. We certainly have to scrutinize the game very well, as do the players, that’s right, but they know very well that this level is vital and to play this opposition you have to go on.”
Madrid’s real preparation ahead of the RB Leipzig clash
It is more right than wrong to continue working on this cycle with players. Remember last season in November we lost to Mura in the Conference League in Slovenia. I believe that at that moment we they’ve taken a significant step in the right direction because tonight I’d like to think it was a fairer draw than an actual loss.”
Spikes face a lot of Kane’s stress from the move
Harry Kane should be tempted by the chance to join Bayern Munich next season after his international and sibling Charlie were approached by the Bundesliga giants to gauge the player’s upside, according to The Express’ Florian Plettenburg.
A key rule change is set to affect Tottenham amid an unfolding lockdown
Tottenham could be affected this season by a significant change to the rules regarding the clogging of battle installations.
Talks are currently underway, according to MailSport, to scrap the FA Cup third and fourth round play-offs in a bid to free up space in the football schedule. With no energy available until January 17 for a few days to reschedule Premier League games from the last weekend, not to mention three upcoming weekend games to also fit in, the FA Cup fixtures are seen as a redundant piece of the schedule.