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Graham Roberts reveals immediate Spurs change he’s expecting Conte to make


Graham Roberts has said that Antonio Conte took his first training session as Tottenham boss this afternoon and is expecting to see the standards raised at Hotspur Way.

The Italian made his return to management on Tuesday morning when he was confirmed as Nuno Espirito Santo’s replacement just 24 hours after the Portuguese was sacked by Daniel Levy.

A little more than five months after the 52-year-old left his post at Inter Milan, he finally became Tottenham manager after his move in the summer collapsed.

Conte was the name on everyone’s lips once Nuno was relieved of his duties, although Spurs didn’t officially announce the deal until the following day.

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His first game back in the Premier League game will be at Everton on Sunday, but Conte has a Europa Conference League tie against Vitesse to contend with before the north London outfit travel to Goodison Park this weekend.

The Vitesse game means that Conte has limited time with the players on the training pitch before they take to the field on Thursday night.

Tottenham have covered just 99km this season, the lowest in the Premier League, which suggests there’s plenty for the ex-Chelsea boss to get his teeth stuck into in the coming weeks.

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