He continued: “When he came back to Tottenham once Nuno had gone, you would have thought ‘well, his bargaining position is brilliant now, Daniel Levy cannot do the same thing he did with Pochettino and not back him’.
“[But] you end up with Antonio Conte and you’re still not backing him in the way that he wants to be backed.
“I’m looking at his demeanor in the interviews and there’s a resignation of ‘I might have made a mistake here’. I get that feeling. And he’s only got 18 months.
“I’m not sure he’s going to stay longer than this season.
“If he does I’d be very surprised because I can’t see what the incentive would be.”
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