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Sep-23 04:11 first published at 04:11 AM


On Friday, September 23, you will receive your Tottenham digest. Conte is highly regarded by Doherty. Antonio Conte is a well-liked figure at Tottenham, and as a wingback, there may be no one better in the world at getting the most out of that position. As a result, the Italian is an ideal fit for Matt Doherty. “He’s changed the entire mentality of the club,” said the former Wolves player. “He’s made us feel like champions. We know he’s obviously won a lot in the past, and we’re trying to emulate him.” Conte is currently on a seven-game unbeaten league run as Spurs have started the season strongly, and the manager has played a significant role in the attitude shift. Matt Doherty praises Antonio Conte and explains what the Tottenham manager told him before his departure. “I remember the first time he came in,” Doherty added. “After our meeting, you were ready to run through a wall for him.” The full story can be found here. Conte’s contract details With Juventus starting the Serie A season with only two wins and four draws, Massimiliano Allegri has come under intense scrutiny. Following his previous success in Italy and previously with the Old Lady, this has brought links to Spurs manager Conte. However, Football.london understands that there is a key clause in his contract that could have a significant impact on Conte’s future. Given that Conte’s initial contract will expire at the end of the season, both parties are under pressure to reach an agreement on Conte’s future, especially given his willingness to move on from exciting positions as a manager in the past. The full story can be found here. Spanish partnership Spurs have announced a partnership in Spain in a statement released on Thursday night. It reads: We are excited to announce a new innovative Global Football Development partnership with FC Malaga City. FC Malaga City, founded in 2013, has quickly established itself as one of the world’s best residential football academies. The academy, which is represented by players from over 35 different countries and six continents, is home to some of the top unsigned talents outside of the professional game. Starting this month, the initial twelve-month partnership will see the Club’s Global Football Development team work alongside FC Malaga City coaches, using renowned authentic training methods taken directly from our Academy to maximise the potential of aspiring young players. Our expert coaches will deliver interactive and informative coach education workshops in Spain, while selected FC Malaga City coaching staff will pay quarterly visits to our state-of-the-art training facility to see our coaching philosophy in action. Furthermore, the Club will host two football development residential visits for FC Malaga City players, which will include high-intensity training sessions, games against selected Academy opposition, and the opportunity to hear from guest speakers from across the Club. The full story can be found here. READ NEXT: Conte’s Terminator impersonation, Dier’s massive Bentancur claim, and Perisic’s reaction to Son’s goal Destiny Udogie shock, Winks uncertainty, Rodon shines, Ndombele goal – the latest Tottenham loan What happened at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when the Queen and the new King were honored? Tottenham’s Ben Davies set for spell on sidelines as Arsenal North London Derby question raised ‘Useless rule’ – Tottenham fans react as Hugo Lloris Leicester penalty save ruled out by VAR

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