The sluggishness of Richarlison and Yves Bisuma, who were recruited with great care, dealt a blow to manager Antonio Conte.

Conte was eventually sacked. On the 27th (Korean time), Tottenham officially announced on the club website that “Coach Conte has left the club by mutual agreement.” Coach Conte came last season and saved Tottenham from a crisis. He led the English Premier League (EPL) to 4th place and received a ticket to the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL). Son Heung-min became the top scorer in the EPL and Harry Kane revived, and he was praised for his influence.

What added strength to Tottenham in the second half was the splendid scoring ability of Son Heung-min and Kane, but Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur, who came in the winter, were also great. Kulusevski and Bentankur, who joined from Juventus side by side, were called lucky because they were a great force in the right attack and midfield, respectively. Cristian Romero, who was brought in in the summer with Conte’s appointment, also came back to life and helped the defense.

These new signings had a big impact on Conte’s performance at Tottenham. So, the players who were newly recruited this summer also gathered expectations. Everton ace and Brazil national team striker Richarlison and Brighton midfielder Yves Bisuma were representative. It was expected that Richarlison would increase Tottenham’s offensive competitiveness, and that Bisuma would become a clear midfield option.

They spent 58 million euros (about 81.1 billion won) on Richarlison and paid 29.2 million euros (about 40.8 billion won) to bring Bisuma. As a result, both were a major failure. Richarlison had no presence in Tottenham’s attack, repeating injuries and sluggishness, and Bisuma became a colorless midfielder with a complete loss of appearance in Brighton. He recently got on the operating table and left the squad.

England’s ’90min’ said, “Hisharlison and Bissuma, who were evaluated as verified in the EPL, had a difficult season unlike Kulusevski and Bentancur. This became the culprit in the stagnation of the team and the ups and downs in offensive power.”

Arnaud Danjuma, who was hired on loan in the winter,토토사이트 was also a pity, and Pedro Poro is now adapting. Like this, the freshman’s disappointment hit coach Conte and consequently led to his hardship. Tottenham will now spend the rest of the season under the management of Christian Stellini.

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