Hugo Lloris has revealed that the Reds’ boss Antonio Conte told his players at the first meeting that “Show more responsibility for your work. To be the driving force to move forward.”
Tottenham Hotspur captain reveals talks with Italian boss after meeting for the first time Since making him a manager on October 2
Antonio Conte, 52, has agreed an 18-month contract worth £15million a year after Nuno Espirito Santo led the Spurs to a 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United. Retirement of team manager which he has been in charge of Spurs for only four months.
The former Chelsea manager Much was expected from both the service board and the supporters to bring the club back to the top of the league. It is reported that the board is ready to support a budget for the army next summer, not less than 120 million pounds, plus increase according to the team’s performance.
Team captain Hugo Löric has revealed the talks after meeting the new manager for the first time. “It’s nothing complicated. He is very ambitious. He said he believed in every player in the dressing room. And he will do his best to lead the team to do their best.”
“He will put the style of play to suit the team. And as players we need to communicate more. He also told us that we have to take responsibility for the club and the supporters for the team’s performance. And I think it’s a very good opportunity for us to work under one of the best managers in the world.”
“We have to work hard. It’s time for us to believe in ourselves again. We will try to improve and try to reach the level we should be.”