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Tottenham’s Acting Head Coach Cristian Stellini Downplays Chances of Permanent Replacement for Antonio Conte

Cristian Stellini, the acting head coach of Tottenham, has downplayed any hopes of replacing Antonio Conte as the permanent manager of the club. Despite several names being linked to the role, including Luis Enrique and Vincent Kompany, Stellini remains focused on continuing the work done by Conte. Stellini acknowledged the decision to replace Conte was made for the best of the club, and he remains close to the former manager. Stellini will lead Tottenham until the end of the season, and his first match in charge will be against Everton on Monday night, exclusively live on talkSPORT. The Italian coach is more concerned about working hard for the next ten games and helping the club achieve a top-four finish. Tune in to talkSPORT on 1 April for an action-packed day of sports coverage, including the Man City vs Liverpool game and the Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin heavyweight showdown.

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