Spurs head coach Antonio Conte has said Yves Bissouma, Matt Doherty and Oliver Skipp are among the players he can count on after the international break.
Yves Bissouma transferred this year from Brighton, where he was considered a star midfielder. However, the player has played just one start this season under Antonio Conte. The Italian specialist admitted that the 26-year-old has difficulties with his tactics, which he is working hard on.
“With Bissouma we are trying to accelerate this process, but for sure when you arrive in a team well organised with an idea of football, you need a bit of time to go into this idea of football, but I think that in the next 12 games I have at least three players that I can count on much more in the way that I did in these seven games.”
The Italian coach explained his requirements for the midfielder and said that his players are still adapting to his soccer philosophy, and many stars, including Fabregas and Eriksen, also needed some time to adapt to the team’s game model.
“Two players [like this], for example at Inter Milan I had Brozovic and Barella, players with different characteristics. When you go to play with three strikers you need to have two midfielders to have quality and be strong physically. I think that for this reason we have these type of players. I am really happy because I am seeing a lot of improvement in my midfielders.”