And Sherwood has suggested Conte needs to balance his rollercoaster emotions whenever Spurs get a good result or a bad one if he’s to win anything before his 18-month contract expires.
He continued: “Last week, he did the interview in Italy and said he got misquoted. He said the players who left the club, he lost four, made them weaker. He wasn’t playing those players.
“What I know of Daniel Levy, he never, ever forces any manager at that football club to sell players. If they want to keep them, he’s happy to keep them.
“Perhaps he never got the players he wanted to bring in in the window. But he was happy with them on Saturday after a fantastic result at Man City.
“You get a poor result, and I think his emotions are just too low. He needs to keep it on a level keel. He’s a very good manager, [a] proven winner. It’s hard to demand when you’ve only got one more year left at the end of the season.
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