Tanguy Ndombele told his Tottenham days are numbered as Antonio Conte’s ambitions are revealed

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Here is your Tottenham morning digest on Sunday, November 28.

Ndombele warned

Former Tottenham midfielder Paul Robinson has warned Tanguy Ndombele that he is unlikely to fit in under Antonio Conte’s regime and that his days at the club are numbered.

“Ndombele is a top-class player but his work rate and attitude clearly isn’t good enough,” he said in an interview with Football Insider.

“I cannot see Ndombele fitting in under Antonio Conte. Conte does not suffer fools no matter who you are or what you have achieved. If you are not doing what is asked, you will be out.

“This will probably be the end for Ndombele. Conte will have been given a lot of assurances and free rein. He holds all of the cards. Time is running out quickly for Ndombele.”

Conte reveals Tottenham ambitions

The Spurs boss has also been speaking of how he sees his time at the club panning out.

In a wide-spanning interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, Conte spoke of his intentions to leave the Lilywhites in a better state than when he found them.

“Where I go I always build something important and when I leave I leave a groove, a culture of work, an organization and a winning mentality,” he said.

“I totally put my heart and soul into the club I work for. Faithful to that All Blacks motto: “Leave the shirt better than how you found it”. I have always left houses with well-built foundations where others, after me, have had the opportunity to continue to win, some more, some less. It is not presumption, they are facts.”

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Gus Poyet delivers Harry Kane advice

Former Tottenham player and assistant manager Gus Poyet has given Conte some advice on how to get the best out of Harry Kane.

“He’s [Kane] the best British striker in many years. He’s the best by far, so he doesn’t need any advice,” he said, speaking exclusively to Genting Casino.

“He’s a striker, and for a striker to score goals, the team needs to play in a certain way. Tottenham haven’t been playing in a way for him to go and score. In the past, if he had one clear chance, he would take it.

“I think it’s a matter of the team performing and he will be back to his best. I’m not worried about Harry Kane at all. I think he’s class, he’s different to the rest, better than the rest. It’s a matter of the team performing, then he will deliver, no doubt.”

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Source by Football London

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