The former Spurs striker has explained why following the team is an exhausting experience, having followed a dramatic win at Manchester City with a loss at Burnley.
This loss of Turf Moor has left Conte wondering about his own future and Berbatov fears that Conte’s public emotions over the situation will clash with Daniel Levy.
“After the comments he made after Spurs’ loss to Burnley – about whether he is the best manager at the club – I don’t know if Conte will be in charge of the next game let alone next season,” he said. he declared. betting fair.
“I sympathize with him and understand where he is coming from, as I have spoken many times about the need for Spurs to be consistent. Losing to Burnley, four days after beating Manchester City, is a perfect example of the problem.
“Supporting Spurs can drive you crazy and as a passionate Italian, not used to hiding his emotions, Conte won’t pretend he’s happy. He’s used to winning and that is one of the most ambitious managers in the game.
“All that said, he needs to talk to Daniel Levy and see if they can resolve the issue, as opposed to just going public. I’m not surprised by Conte’s reaction to Spurs’ difficulties and Levy shouldn’t l to be either.
A difficult transfer window in January resulted in two new signings, but important missed targets could still factor into Conte’s decision, Berbatov warned.
“Conte was ready to leave Chelsea and Inter when they wouldn’t give him what he wanted,” noted the Bulgarian.
“He will have made it clear to Spurs, before taking the job, where he thinks they need to strengthen. Had they missed the January transfer targets, it could have made the manager unhappy.
“I hope he stays at Spurs. I enjoy watching him on the touchline and I see his comments last night as a sign of his ambition for Spurs. He’s not happy just taking his wages. He wants to kick things off and win trophies.