Antonio Conte has told Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy that he hopes the staff at the club will be ‘very collaborative’, in an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the Italian’s appointment in North London.
The 52-year-old was hired as Spurs’ new manager less than a fortnight ago in place of the fired Nuno Espirito Santo following a poor run of form in the Premier League.
Conte oversaw his first game in charge of the club last Thursday with a 3-2 win over Vitesse Arnhem in the Europa Conference League, before seeing his new side play out a 0-0 draw against Everton last Sunday.
He has taken over Spurs at a rather awkward point in time, with club action at a pause just over a week after his appointment due to the final international break of 2021.
Spurs have since compiled footage of the former Chelsea boss’ first week in charge, where it has documented Conte meeting with Levy and director of football Fabio Paratici before his official unveiling.
Conte outlined his desire for Tottenham’s staff to be open with him, so he and his team are able to process every little detail around the club.
As per Spurs’ official YouTube channel, Conte told Levy: “I hope the staff at Tottenham are very collaborative because we want to know everything.”
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Spurs Web Opinion
This little snippet of Conte’s interaction with Levy is interesting, because it fires a little warning of not cutting corners or hiding things from him. It somewhat pressures Levy into making sure that Conte is backed properly so the club is in its best state going forward.
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