Football NewsAntonio Conte: “The problem is you can’t buy a winning mentality”
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Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte made unwelcome history as his side lost three on the trot once again and admitted their first four hopes are fading.


What did Antonio Conte say?

The Italian admitted it is likely impossible for the club to qualify for next season’s Champions League after their 2-0 loss to the Wolves on Sunday doomed them to three straight defeats at Conte. First-half goals for Dendoncker and Jimenez set Bruno Lage’s visitors on the road to victory in north London, leaving Spurs without points from their last top-flight trio. Such a rut in form after a nine-game unbeaten streak to begin his reign at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has seriously tested Antonio’s momentum – and now Conte has admitted that without the mentality of claiming victory when the chips drop, his side won’t make the top four this year.

In his post-match comments, Antonio Conte said that when they lose two games in a row at home and the previous game against Chelsea, a team that wants to compete for the Champions League, it’s impossible. According to Antonio Conte, the problem is that they can’t buy a winning mentality. they endure it day after day and they are not sure if it is day after day because there are players who are more open and they understand the process quickly, other players need more time to understand it. The victory mentality in the eyes of the Italian means when they play thinking he is ready to kill them and live. This is the difference in every fight, every second ball, every set-site.


A little about the topic

The honeymoon period looks good and is indeed over for Antonio, who also saw a disappointing Carabao Cup semi-final outing against Chelsea further poke his silverware quest after successor Espirito Santo late last year. His latest loss means he also likened an undesirable achievement to the Portuguese when it comes to fruitless runs without a win. It is now the second time Spurs have lost three games in a row in the Premier League this season, having lost the same number at the trot in September – the first time they have had multiple losing streaks of this length in a top campaign since 2004-05.