Antonio Conte holds “gruelling” training session

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Antonio Conte has begun his season with Spurs with a “brutal” training session. Star forwards Son Heung Min and Harry Kane are a few of the players struggling with this intense training session. This intense training session come ahead of the club’s pre season fixture in South Korea. This intense training session combined with the heat led to many players “collapsing” on the pitch

Antonio Conte’s men took part in an open training session held at Seoul’s world cup stadium on Monday. This training session took place ahead of their pre match fixture with Team K on Wednesday. Tottenham will be facing Sevilla later this week. Further matched against Rangers and Roma are in the calendar once they return from South Korea.

Tottenham are currently in South Korea for their pre season and it looks like Antonio Conte is pushing the players to their limit.

Tottenham Hotspur’s correspondent Alasdair Gold is covering their pre season tour in Korea. He has highlighted how intense the training session under Antonio Conte has been. In his Tweet, he has reported:

“Brutal training sessions under Conte. The players are being put through repeated full pitch runs after two hours of training. Players dropping out, feeling the heat and pace, before rejoining the group. Kane and Son among those feeling the pace, collapsing and then rejoining”

Son Heung Min was amongst the players feeling the pace and the heat of the training session under Conte. Reportedly, he collapsed and then rejoined the session. According to Gold:

“When Son went down, the whole crowd went silent. Kane went over and helped him back up before he rejoined the next run to cheers. Now Kane, Son, Tanganga, Bissouma have all dropped out of the last set of runs. Troy Parrott probably the fittest and was leading the final run.”

Ivan Perisic missed out on the pre season due to his injury. However, Richarlison, Fraser Forester, Yves Bissouma all took part in the training session held under Antonio Conte

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