HOW long will it take for Antonio Conte to realise he’s boarded some sort of tragic roundabout at Tottenham?
How long before it dawns on him that unless Daniel Levy stops it from spinning, Spurs will not be enhancing his impressive CV, no matter how long his return to London lasts?
This week we saw a different Spurs manager suffer the same old fate, when the London club flirted with some silver but ended up brassed offfollowing their Carabao Cup semi-final defeat to Chelsea.
Spurs continue to be the bridesmaids and unless Conte can somehow land the FA Cup this season, the trophy drought will extend into a 14th year.
But if someone of Conte’s winning mentality, drive and proven acumen cannot manage to walk Spurs down the aisle as the bride, then where does this leave them?
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