Sessegnon reveals what Conte had the injured player do during the Kai’s training session

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Tottenham Hotspur left-back Ryan Sessegnon has revealed. What Italian manager Antonio Conte had to his injured players during Tottenham’s training session.

Tottenham Hotspur left-back Ryan Sessegnon told. The Sun a popular British tabloid that Their manager Antonio Conte forced the Spurs’ players in the injured section. Watch teammates practice. So that they can learn and understand the system and how the Italian coach continues to play. Which in this regard can help Sessegnon.

Sessegnon reveals what Conte had the injured player do during the Kai's training session

Conte took over as Tottenham Hotspur manager last November. That means he’s been in the position for almost a year. But the 22-year-old Sessegnon had a history of injury problems when Conte arrived, suffered a muscle injury on Boxing Day. Day 2021 in fact Throughout the second half of last season Sessegnon was often chosen before Sergio Reguilon had already left. But it depends on whether Sessegnon is fit or not. In the win over Everton, he injured his hamstring. causing a long stay of up to 6 weeks

  Now he’s back fit again. The England Under-21 international has spoken about what Conte had his players do when injured. Sessegnon knows better than most that he will force injured players to watch training sessions to help their understanding. “He gave the injured players to the training sessions. And I was the first to break out and see how he wanted us to play. Then you go and do the physical part. It was a long day,” Sessegnon told The Sun.

Of course, this is not a benchmark or normal, according to Sessegnon. Injured players are often in the gym or in rehab to help them get past the injury faster. But by the time they returned to the field Tactics, they might not be able to keep up with their friends. So it is wise for Conte to let injured players know where and when they are fit enough to return. They will be able to play and the injured players will know what to expect from their team-mates and that might help Sessegnon as well.

 The left-back has started four of his eight games this season. Although the club have already signed Ivan Perisic and given that the latter is 33 years old and will only stay at Spurs until 2024, there is a chance that Sessegnon will be. The UFABET club’s long-term left-back For the Golden Spikes, they will return to the field again in the Premier League, with the London derby against Arsenal on Saturday.