http://google.com, pub-7771400403364887, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 Son Heung-min feels 'responsible' for Antonio Conte's departure from Tottenham Hotspur due to his indifferent performance on the pitch.

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Son Heung-min feels 'responsible' for Antonio Conte's departure from Tottenham Hotspur due to his indifferent performance on the pitch.

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Son Heung-min feels 'responsible' for Antonio Conte's departure from Tottenham Hotspur due to his indifferent performance on the pitch.

Conte's departure from Spurs on Sunday after a week of intense speculation suggested his days were numbered. The straw that broke the camel's back for Southampton was the 3-3 draw - with Tottenham leading 3-1 in the dying moments - and Conte's remarkable post-match tirade in which he fired his players because his "selfishness" exploded.



Conte also appeared to be critical of the club's hierarchy during the outburst, but he reportedly clarified to bosses days later that all comments were aimed at the players.

Yet his employers appear to have decided that relations between Conte and the club have reached a breaking point, declaring a "mutually consensual" divorce.

When it comes to national team responsibilities, Masayoshi Son can't help but take some responsibility as the South Korea international's form has drastically declined this season. He shared the Premier League's Golden Boot with 23 goals last season but will only score six in 26 appearances in 2022-23.

"As a player, I feel really sorry for him," Son Heung-min told reporters after South Korea's 2-1 loss to Uruguay.

"He's a world class manager and we've had a fantastic journey together and I'm very grateful to him for that. I don't know what the other players think of him but I feel bad for him.

"I should have shown more but I couldn't. I couldn't help the team and I felt responsible because the coach took responsibility and left the club."

Son added: "He had a great coaching experience, I'm sure he will be very successful in his future career."

Conte's assistant Christian Stellini was in charge until the end of the season, or until Spurs appointed a new manager.

Julian Nagelsmann, recently sacked by Bayern Munich, is believed to be one of the favourites, while former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is being linked with a return.

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