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According to Jamie Redknapp, it seems like Antonio Conte and Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham, conflict with one another as Mauricio Pochettino waits in the wings.

Jamie Redknapp

The home supporters jeered. Spurs’ performance as Antonio Conte’s team fell out of the top four in the Premier League due to their deserved 2-0 loss to Aston Villa on New Year’s Day at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This was Spurs’ fourth loss in seven games played in the Premier League.

After the match, Conte criticised what he called “unrealistic expectations” of his team, stating that it was “crazy” for Spurs to be described as title contenders before the start of the season. He also stated that the club needs to spend between £50 million and £70 million on two players every year in order to compete for major honours.

Redknapp responded as follows when he was asked in the Sky Sports studio if he thinks the club could satisfy Conte’s expectations on Super Sunday: “$60–$70 million each year? That’s not how Daniel Levy does business at all.

In addition to mentioning the availability of former Spurs manager Pochettino, who is currently jobless following his departure from Paris Saint-Germain, Redknapp stated that he believes Conte is trying to provoke Levy. Pochettino is currently jobless following his departure from Paris Saint-Germain.

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Meanwhile, he commented on his worry over the defensive frailty of Tottenham and brought attention to Harry Kane’s lacklustre performance since his return from the World Cup with the England national team. According to the comment made by the Sky Sports expert, this team has now lost 10 consecutive games after falling behind. “Before a game, the last thing you hear at the dressing room door before heading out onto the field is for everyone to make sure we get off to a good start. That is not something that Tottenham are doing.

The intended recipient is not receiving that message. They need to give themselves a good shake, stop talking about hurt guys, and step up to the plate so they can be counted. Why do the Spurs have such a good chance of finishing in the top four? This is Harry Kane. However, Harry has the appearance of a ghost. Conte is attempting to deflect criticism by claiming that we do not have enough players of sufficient quality.

At the World Cup, Kane hardly made an impression at all. In all honesty, I believed England had a shot at winning the World Cup. If Harry Kane was on fire, I believed they may have a shot of winning, but he wasn’t on fire. After his return, I saw him perform today, and I believed he was a pale imitation of his former self.

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