It’s not just Conte’s problem… Tottenham women’s team, ‘9th consecutive league title’ manager fires

It wasn’t just the men’s team that didn’t have windy days. Tottenham Hotspur Women have sacked coach Rehan Skinner after poor performance.

Tottenham said on its official website on the 14th (Korean time), “Skinner’s first team coach has been dismissed. Since joining in November 2020, she has led the team to 8th place in the Women’s Super League (WSL) in the 2020-21 season, and the following season In 2018, he raised it to fifth place, the club’s highest ever ranking.”토토사이트

Tottenham have a lot of trouble with the manager problem recently. After being eliminated from the FA Cup in England, it also fell in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League (UCL), sparking rumors of manager Antonio Conte’s dismissal. In addition to Richarlison’s ‘complaint interview’, it was detected that an abnormal current was flowing between manager Conte and Tottenham.

For now, the conflict has been temporarily sealed with victory. Conte appointed Richarlison as a starter, and Richarlison responded and led Tottenham to a 3-1 victory over Nottingham Forest.

Local forecasts are also mixed. Reporter David Onstein, who is familiar with the news of European football and belongs to the British ‘The Athletic’, said, “From the beginning of April, it seems that conversations to determine Conte’s position will be held between him and Tottenham,” and that nothing has been decided yet. did.

The gaze of the dedicated reporter was different. “I can’t rule out the possibility that Conte will stay, but it feels different this time around,” said Alesdair Gold, an insider to Tottenham from Football London. They didn’t seem satisfied.”

However, the manager of the Tottenham men’s team was not the only problem. The Tottenham women’s team also suffered from their leader. Tottenham Women, led by coach Skinner, lost to Liverpool on the 12th and fell into a swamp with 9 consecutive league losses. The last game the Tottenham Women won in the WSL was in October of last year.

In the end, Tottenham Women’s drew the knife. After the defeat against Liverpool, when they were only 2 points behind Leicester City (7 points), which is in the relegation zone, in 10th place (9 points), they brought out the superpower of hardship.

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