Tottenham have appointed the former Italian National team coach Antonio Conte as their new boss following the exit of Nuno Espirito Santos.
And all eyes would be on the former Chelsea manager to turn things around at the London club in earnest.
It promises to be an interesting one to see what Conte could make out on a job especially where top-class managers like Mauricio Pochettino and Jose Mourinho has been fired in the past.
Following Conte’s new appointment, Isagoal.com reveals the (3) reasons why the Italian manager could succeed in his new venture at Spurs.
His managerial pedigree
Conte’s record at Chelsea and at the Italian national team has seen him earn the repute as one of the best managers in the world.
Even as he’s won the plaudits of the media on a couple of occasions. He’s grown in the job and his success story at Juventus would see him earn the confidence of his players.
While we expect him to get the backing of the Spurs board most especially in the transfer cases.
He’s certain to command the respect of his players while he motivates them to perform on the pitch with an increased level of confidence.
The passion on the job
He’s known for his passion in the stands even as he’s shown at Chelsea, Parma and Italian side Inter Milan.
Conte is prominently known for his wild goal celebration in the stands-a means he connect with the fans and the substitute bench.
And such interest could create a new desire to win among the players as well as the harmony the dressing room needs to thrive maximum on the pitch.
Conte’s tactical dynamics
Conte has his way of changing his team to suit his amazing football philosophy as a manager.
He’s the brain behind the 3-4-3 diamond formation that got the likes of Pedro Rodriguez, Diego Costa and superstar Eden Hazard to thrive in the front three for Chelsea in their title-winning season.
While Marcos Alonso was one of his danger men in set-play with the Spaniard handling the free-kick duty.
His tactful approach and the unique (Conte’s) ability to form a strong defensive unit for each of his former sides he’s managed could see him get the best out of this Spurs side that needs many assertions in the defensive areas.
This article was updated 12 months ago