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"He Is A Genius" Check out Conte's Deadly Coaching Tactics That Premier League Managers Should Fear

On Sunday, Tottenham Hotspurs beat Arsenal 5-1 and moved into fourth place. When it comes to who gets to play in the Champions League, things are getting more interesting. Through the goal difference, Spurs have been able to get the spot. Conte's style of play was shown by Spurs and should be a worry for other managers who are competing with the Spurs manager.

It was after the game on Sunday that Romano Fabrizio posted a quote from Conte about Harry Kane. "I like Harry Kane as a person, not just as a football player." Because he's a world-class striker, he should get the best. The captain of England was the player of the month for March, and he was very good. A lot of people think that he and his manager get along well. He doesn't score many goals, which worries Conte about his play. He knows that Kane was disappointed that he didn't score even though he had a great game.

In the huge win over Newcastle United, Conte's tactics were in charge, especially when they let in a goal. Son made a quick counter-attack that led to a corner and a goal in just 4 minutes. As soon as the second goal came, Newcastle couldn't handle it. Spurs kept going until they knew they were in fourth place on the EPL table. This is how it went down: At 54, the third goal was scored. The fourth goal was scored at 63, and the last was scored in the 83rd minute.

If you want to see how well the second half went for them, you should pay attention to how they scored their first three goals before taking a break for the fourth. Kane did not score a goal, and the same thing happened in the match against West Ham. Through his assists and how he's used as the playmaker, you can see how important he is to the team's victory. Conte must be putting his skills to good use in order to win big games.

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