Italian football journalist Nima Tavallaey Roodsari on BBC Radio 5 Live
The level of concentration and the quality of training will increase under Conte.
Every single player will get that energy jolt thrust into them – if they follow him, that would only do their careers at Spurs well and Spurs well. And if they don’t, he has no problem whoever it is to completely freeze them out, he doesn’t care.
For someone like Harry Kane or Dele Alli, I think that this could actually be good for them because Conte is – despite popular belief – a very good man manager, he is very good at getting players on board with his project.
One of the biggest misconceptions about Conte is that he plays defensive, boring football – that’s just not true.
Conte’s a guy who is defensively solid and sound but his Juventus and Inter sides played some very attractive football. Inter scored over 100 goals two seasons in a row in all competitions under him.
He’s very organised, he’s a system manager, he’s wants things his way and when it works it is beautiful.
They mopped the floor with every single team in Serie A by playing a very organised style of play and they scored for fun.