Tottenham Hotspur coach Antonio Conte completed a ‘survival report’ through social media.

On the 2nd (Korean time), Conte left a message on his SNS saying, “Thank you for your support. My surgery went well. Now my condition is much better.”

Conte had his gallbladder removed today.

Tottenham said on the 1st, ‘Conte has recently suffered from severe stomach pain. He was in poor health. He was diagnosed with cholecystitis. He goes through a recovery period after surgery and then he returns. Everyone at the club wishes Conte a speedy recovery,’ said the official announcement of Conte’s surgery.

According to the British media ‘The Sun’, Conte was rushed to the hospital because his stomach hurt so much.

“It’s time to recover. I want to get back on the pitch and be with the team,” said Conte, eager for his return.

According to another media ‘Express’, Conte could miss up to four games. The Express sought advice from Dr. Andre Britten Dishont, who has 25 years of experience as a Premier League team doctor.

Dishont recommended absolute rest, saying, “I can sit at my desk in two weeks at the earliest. The stadium is not an ideal place for surgery. It is preferable to do nothing for a few days and heal the body comfortably.”

Dr. Dishont advised Conte not to sit in the stands and watch the game at home on TV.

If Conte misses two weeks, he will miss a total of four games. 메이저사이트

Tottenham’s home game against Manchester City in the Premier League on the 6th, an away game against Leicester City in the Premier League on the 12th, an away game against AC Milan in the Champions League on the 15th, and a home game against West Ham in the Premier League on the 20th were scheduled one after another.

As soon as the power reinforcement is firmly established, the director climbs onto the operating table and it is even more regrettable.

Tottenham also succeeded in signing right wingback Pedro Poro, whom Conte wanted so much, following striker Arnaut Danjuma. However, Conte, the conductor, seemed to only watch Poro’s Tottenham debut.

Tottenham are currently in 5th place with 36 points from 21 Premier League matches. They are three points behind second-placed Manchester United. TOP4 is still visible. They are in the round of 16 in the FA Cup and Champions League.

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