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Tottenham’s Reguilon Admits Training under Conte Has Been Challenging

Tottenham’s Reguilon Admits Training under Conte Has Been Challenging

Tottenham Hotspur defender Sergio Reguilon has talked to the press commenting on the methods of the newly-appointed coach Antonio Conte. And Reguilon is having a tough time with the coaching tactics that the Italian coach is using. Tottenham’s Reguilon admits training under Conte has been challenging.

Tottenham Hotspur claimed a 2-1 victory over Leeds United on Sunday, and we covered the football news today.

It was Antonio Conte’s first match at the helm of Tottenham as their new head coach.

And thus, the Spurs not only enjoyed a favourable return after November’s international break, they also made a perfect Premier League start for Antonio Conte in charge of the team.

As for Sergio Reguilon, for his part, the player has registered his first goal for the Spurs yesterday.

Him and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg scored two goals to send Spurs from one goal behind to a 2-1 triumph over Leeds.

Tottenham’s Reguilon Admits Training under Conte Has Been Challenging

But Reguilon, a Spurs defender, has admitted that the last few weeks were ‘one of the worst in his life’. The reason behind this? New manager, Antonio Conte.

“We are working a lot the last few weeks and the international break was one of the worst weeks of my life in training,” the Spaniard told Sky Sports, Football Daily reports.

“He [Conte] is a fanatic of football. He always speaks about football, training, after training, before training. I go to sleep thinking about football and the tactics in my position,” Reguilon added.

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