Date: 27th July 2017 at 12:07pm
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After Daniel Levy questioned the money being spent by some clubs as being unsustainable.

Earlier today, in an article today, Click Here I got on my high-horse and has a little pop at Antonio Conte breaking the etiquette and praising Harry Kane as being the best striker in the world.

However, it seems that Antonio has hit the nail firmly on the head when it comes to that club from N17.

In response to comments made by the Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, comments that defended his own lack of spending this summer on improving his side but feeling free to offer criticism relating to those who have opted to spend, Conte has fired off both barrels when it comes to putting Tottenham Hotspur in their place criticising their ambition, remarking to the media and as reported by the BBC,

‘If Spurs don’t win the title, it’s not a tragedy.

‘If they don’t arrive in the Champions League, it’s not a tragedy. If they go out in the first round of the Champions League, it’s not a tragedy. If they go out after the first game that they play in the Europa League, it’s not a tragedy.

‘Maybe for Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and – I don’t know – Liverpool, it is a tragedy. You must understand the status of the team.

‘Every team has to understand what their ambitions are. If their ambitions are to fight for the title or win the Champions League, you must buy expensive players. Otherwise you continue to stay in your level. It’s simple.

‘My question is this: What are Tottenham’s expectations?’


Nicely done Antonio, nicely done and it sets the scene nicely for the early meeting between the two sides in the Premier League, at Wembley.

 
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