In the FA Cup match against Morecambe, midfielder Tanguy Ndobulim thrilled the Spurs fans when he walked off the field.
The Frenchman had to switch with Oliver Skipp and slowly left the field. Then he went straight to the locker room, instead of sitting on the bench with the other guys.
However, at the end of the match, he again appeared on the bench According to Football.London The behavior must have been received very poorly by the London club’s fans.
Conte took action
Nor does coach Antonio Conte appear to be particularly impressed with the midfielder. Football: London wrote that the profile now has to train alone and that he did not participate in first-team training with the others.
He’s out on the training field with his teammates, but he’s not involved in the tactical sequences or the game. Instead, he ran his own scheme.
A member of Tottenham’s medical team has worked with him but there should be no doubt he will have to train on his own due to the injury.
Football: London claims that Conte, along with the Tottenham management, must make a decision not to allow the player to take part in regular training.
He was also not part of the squad for the League Cup semi-final against Chelsea this week, a match in which Tottenham lost 0-1 to the Blues and finished 0-3 on aggregate.
– It was a technical decision, but before I took this decision, I consulted with the club. Conte says I don’t make decisions without speaking to the club.
– There is training in the club and I follow that practice, he continues.
The connection is disconnected
Nodombele has been linked with a move to Tottenham recently and Juventus are among the clubs to be named as the midfielder’s next stop.
However, Conte does not want to talk about a possible transfer.
Now Ndombele is a Tottenham player. For this reason, you (journalists) should also consider him a Tottenham player, says Conte.
The London club paid around £60m to secure the Frenchman and there were high hopes for him after he impressed Lyon.
However, his stay at Tottenham did not go as expected for the midfielder, who has yet to fully establish himself as a first choice at the club.
Tottenham have also struggled to sell Ndombele, as he himself has ambitions to play for a big club, thus limiting the chances of a sale.
The Frenchman came to Tottenham in 2019 and has so far played 91 games for the club. He contributed a total of ten goals and nine assists during this period.