Tottenham boss Antonio Conte (53) is once again allowing himself to resent the desperate fixture schedule.
A schedule of matches like this is insane, mentions the Italian and points out all the matches that will be played in the English Premier League and the European Cup before the best players go to Qatar and play the World Cup in a few weeks.
We often hear about the welfare of players. They hardly worry about their well-being with a combat program like this. Conte says the most important thing is the continuation of the ‘show’ BBC.
Also earlier this fall, he used the word “crazy” about the burden of the match and the fact that you added a toilet in the middle of the season. He also blamed the Premier League and UEFA for creating an “impossible situation”.
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Against Liverpool on Sunday, the Spurs boss will have to train without Son Heung-min, Richarlison and Christian Romero – all with injuries that could keep them on the sidelines at the World Cup as well.
Liverpool, who also had a similar schedule to the London club with Champions League matches and series, suffered injuries to Luis Diaz, Joel Matip, Naby Keita, Arthur Melo and Diogo Jota. James Milner was also on the injury list after the midweek match against Napoli.
We knew it was crazy to organize the World Cup while the series and the Champions League were going on. It is special to play again in England three days after the World Cup final. Only in England they do that. Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and other countries give players some time to get to the hooks. We will play the cup three days after the final, and in three days we will play the Premier League. Antonio Conte says: I don’t like it.
Manchester United also has some challenges. The series’ matches against Crystal Palace and Leeds have been postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth. Since the team finished second in their Europa League group, Manchester United must play two playoff matches in February.
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