Tottenham will bounce back STRONGLY despite facing an array of challenging setbacks, asserts Cristian Stellini.

Tottenham will come back strong, says Cristian Stellini despite setbacks, Antonio Conte and Fabio Paratici leaving the club and Harry Kane’s uncertain future. Stellini, the interim head coach, is undeterred by the challenges faced by Spurs and remains optimistic about their chances of success. Vincent Kompany is reportedly being considered as the next manager for Tottenham but there are concerns about his lack of experience. Meanwhile, Julian Nagelsmann remains Spurs’ dream appointment. Everton’s Sean Dyche has challenged midfielder Amadou Onana to add more goals to his game to become a true star. Tottenham will face Everton on Monday and are determined to rise to the occasion.

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