Tottenham set to 'ask the Premier League to postpone' Brighton match amid COVID outbreak


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“On one hand I’m very happy for this, on the other hand I feel a lot of responsibility to our fans. They trust a lot in my work and to listen to my name was good because I have just arrived, only one month I’ve been here. Maybe it’s too much early!

“But I want to show in the future I deserve this. I think the good result helps you but I want to deserve the fans – if they decide to sing my name – for my work, for my total involvement in this club, in this situation.”

Tottenham currently sit fifth in the Premier League, just two points behind West Ham with a game in hand.

Conte’s presence has seen Spurs shore up at the back, but star man Harry Kane is still struggling for goals.



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