Antonio Conte's Future in Doubt as Tottenham Search for New Coach

With Antonio Conte's contract with Tottenham set to expire at the end of this season, reports are swirling that the Italian manager's days on the bench are numbered.

by Faruk Imamovic
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Antonio Conte's Future in Doubt as Tottenham Search for New Coach

With Antonio Conte's contract with Tottenham set to expire at the end of this season, reports are swirling that the Italian manager's days on the bench are numbered. Conte's harsh criticism of his players after a recent 3-3 draw against Southampton has only added fuel to the fire, leading to speculation that the club may move to replace him even before the end of the season.

Candidates for the Tottenham Bench Emerge

As the rumors about Conte's future continue to circulate, two names have emerged as the frontrunners for the position of manager at Tottenham: Spanish coach Luis Enrique and Austrian manager Oliver Glasner.

Enrique, who left Spain after the World Cup in Qatar, is considered to be a top candidate for the job. Meanwhile, Glasner, the current coach of Eintracht Frankfurt, has also been mentioned as a potential replacement for Conte.

In his post-match comments, Conte criticized his players, saying, “I can tell you, in this moment the aspect of the players is really, really low. I see only 11 players that play for themselves." He went on to say, “For me this is unacceptable because for me this is the first time in my career to see a situation like this.

The situation has become worse compared to last season." Conte took over at Tottenham in November 2021, and big things were expected of him at the London club. However, after a disappointing season, reports suggest that the club may already be considering replacing him during the representative break.

With Tottenham currently in fourth place in the English championship with 49 points, the pressure is on to turn things around and make a push for the top of the table. Tottenham's story over the past 20 years has been one of near-misses and close calls, but with the right coach at the helm, the club may finally be able to break through and win a major trophy.

Whether that coach will be Luis Enrique, Oliver Glasner, or someone else entirely remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: the future of Tottenham's managerial position is one of the hottest topics in English football at the moment.

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