Conte, who changed Nuno Espírito Santo this week, watched his facet tear right into a 3-0 lead after 28 minutes with Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura heading in the right direction — plus an personal aim from Danish defender Jacob Rasmussen as he struggled beneath strain from Harry Kane.
He then watched Vitesse rating twice in seven minutes earlier than halftime in a frantic tie, full with the drama of three pink playing cards and an outbreak of crowd bother amongst the visiting supporters.
“We need time. We need time to work. We need time to work,” Conte mentioned. “This is the only aspect that, not I’m afraid, but I’d like to have time to work.
“This time and I, we have to work collectively to deliver them my concept of soccer and to work tactical facets, bodily facets, to know them, a lot better than now.
“This is the only aspect that I am a bit scared, a bit afraid. But I know that there is this type of situation, and for this reason, we need a bit of patience,” he mentioned.
Conte was named as Tottenham Hotspur’s new coach on Tuesday on a contract till the summer time of 2023 with the choice to increase, making him the London membership’s fourth everlasting supervisor within the final three years following the dismissal of Mauricio Pochettino in November 2019.
The Italian’s appointment got here only a day after Spurs distributed with the companies of Nuno.