This is the latest Tottenham news with key defender taking jibe at Conte tactics by saying he always get mad at Conte training.
Emerson Royal has provided some insight into the exacting standards Antonio Conte expects from Tottenham during practice.
Nuno Espirito Santo was removed from office after just four months, and the Italian took over in November. Spurs made an intelligent choice in doing so, as Conte guided them to fourth place in the standings and a return to the Champions League.
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Though negotiations are taking their time, a move for Djed Spence also appears imminent, and should the wing-back be signed, it would raise some concerns about Royal’s future in north London.
Although it is unclear if Conte has long-term ambitions for the Brazilian, it is certain that the 23-year-old has benefited from the Italian’s training techniques.
In an interview with ESPN Brasil, Royal said that “there are some physical training, sometimes we perform a heavy training, it stops, and I complete the session dead.”
When I go up for training the next day, Conte says, “Emerson, I didn’t like your workout yesterday. If it’s not doable, I immediately begin to lose my cool. ‘ How did yesterday’s training not go for you? I created life and finished training.
I’ll check the GPS after that, and I’m fine—better than most and among the best. Look at my GPS, I’ll say after that. No, but there’s a lot more you can do.
“Frustrated, I then end my workout. You see, that’s how you have to train, he explains. He simply keeps calling my name while we complete the physicals. However, it’s good. It demonstrates his desire to support me.