Antonio Conte has been sacked by Tottenham after a rant over Daniel Levy & Club’s trophy record

Antonio Conte has been sacked as Tottenham manager after his outrageously berated his owner Daniel Levy and the club’s trophy record.

The Italian took charge in November 2021
Took 76 games at the top
Spurs owner’s challenged record

WHAT HAPPENED? The Italian tactician, who was appointed Spurs boss in November 2021, was due to expire this summer. The decision was made to part ways before the end of the 2022-23 campaign, realizing there was no way a positive working relationship could continue in north London. Conte said after a 3-3 Premier League draw against Southampton on March 18: “I think it’s better to address the issue, we’re not a team. We are 11 players going on the pitch. I see selfish players, players who don’t want to help each other and don’t put their hearts into it [into it]. This season compared to last, now we’re worse in that regard. If you’re not a team, you can’t improve.”

He later added: “It’s just like that [playing without pressure or importance]. Tottenham’s story is this, 20 years have the owner and they’ve never won anything but why? The fault lies solely with the club or with any manager who stays here.”

WHAT WAS SAID? An official statement released by Tottenham on Sunday read: “We are able to announce that head coach Antonio Conte has left the club by mutual consent. We qualified for the Champions League in Antonio’s first season at the club. We thank Antonio for his contribution and wish him all the best for the future.

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“Cristian Stellini will lead the team as acting head coach for the remainder of the season, along with Ryan Mason as assistant head coach.”

The announcement also came with a brief message from Levy urging fans to get behind the team to end the campaign on a positive note. The Spurs chairman added: “We have 10 Premier League games left and a battle for a Champions League spot ahead of us. We all have to pull together. Everyone has to work hard to ensure the highest possible placement for our club and great, loyal supporters.”

Club announcement.

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 26, 2023

THE BIGGER IMAGE: Former Juventus, Chelsea and Italy manager Conte made 76 appearances as Spurs manager, winning 41 and losing 23. He was able to guide them to a top-four finish last season and qualify for the Champions League but failed to end a 15-year wait for major titles.


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WHAT NEXT? Stellini will be back on the touchline when Spurs resume their season at Everton on April 3.

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