It’s easy to say that Conte only wins because he takes on big teams. But Conte does not take on teams that are successful – teams are successful because Conte takes on them. And history confirms this.
When Conte joined Juventus in the summer of 2011, they had not taken a Scudetto since 2003, but he took and won three championships in a row, producing the best season (33 wins, 102 points) in Serie A history. When Conte came to Chelsea »In 2016/17, the club had their worst season in 20 years, but Conte won the Premier League on his first try. Well, when Conte moved to Inter Milan at the height of the financial crisis in 2019, he won his first Scudetto since 2010, ending a decade of Juventus dominance that he himself began.
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This makes it clear that Conte is not afraid of challenges and is ready to take on work without guaranteed success. It’s just that when he wins, it feels like it’s not all that difficult. This is not true.
Perhaps the team he inherited from Nunu is the worst thing he has ever worked with. But it’s not worth sounding the alarm either – many of the ingredients for success are already there. We must not forget that Spurs have two of the league’s strongest forwards, Harry Kane and Son Heung Min.
We must not forget about such strong players as Hugo Lloris, Erik Dyer and Pierre-Emile Heybjerg. On the defensive side, Christian Romero is one of the most talented defenders in the world. Tangi Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso will not get lost in any team either. Their best years are yet to come.
Kane and Sleep are already a sufficient bunch to attract a top coach. Levy knows that as long as he has such stars, it should be used. But good players don’t mean a good team. This is where a specialist is needed.
After two unsuccessful attempts, Tottenham finally made the right decision. A couple of strong reinforcements and the Londoners are back in the race.
When Conte first came to interview five months ago, he already had a plan for how to reorganize the club. He impressed Levy, who knew the team had been launched. Conte clearly knows what he wants – and how to achieve it. He is organized, charged and sporty angry. He lives in the present, and does not rely on long-outdated postulates.
All this Tottenham wanted from Mourinho, who lives in the 2000s, still relying on the methods that worked then. Levy wanted an eminent coach, and he got it. This time he was right.