On the 13th (Korean time), Britain’s ‘TBR Football’ reported a story about the 2022-23 season
that Bissouma revealed while appearing on the YouTube channel ‘BALLRoom’.
Bissouma transferred to Tottenham ahead of the 2022-23 season.
Bissouma, who showed outstanding performance at Brighton, was often linked to big European clubs.
Ultimately, Bissouma decided to move to Tottenham.
After the move, Bissouma said: “I was ready (to leave Brighton). I had four great years at Brighton and I thought to myself, ‘It’s time’.
The club knew it was time for me to move and prepare for the next chapter.
I wanted to join the club. “I said I wanted to develop, and the club agreed.
Tottenham sent me an offer, and I didn’t hesitate,” he said, explaining why he chose Tottenham. 바카라사이트닷컴
Bissouma was expected to show a similar performance to N’Golo Kante during his time at Chelsea under coach Conte.
However, Bissouma could not easily adapt to coach Conte’s tactics. Although there was a long-term injury
Coach Conte did not give Bissouma many opportunities. In the Premier League, Bissouma appeared as a starter in only eight games.
Recalling this time, Bisuma acknowledged that he was unhappy.
A person who appeared in the video with Bissouma asked: “You didn’t say it, but I feel like I didn’t enjoy football last year.
Am I right?” Then Bisuma briefly replied, “Yes, you are right.”
Bissouma, who was not given much attention under coach Conte, immediately became a key player under coach Enze Postecoglou.
Coach Conte requested many recruitments from the club ahead of the 2022-23 season.
In addition to Bissouma, Richarlison, Jed Spence, Ivan Perisic, Clement Lenglet, Pedro Foro, and Arnat Danjuma were recruited.
However, there was not a single player that Coach Conte could say was successful.
Richarlison, Foro, and even Bissouma are all showing better performances under Postekoglu.
Coach Conte criticized the club and players right before leaving Tottenham, which led to discord between the players and the manager
which ended in failure. Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy even admitted that he had failed to appoint manager Conte.