A journalist shares what he heard about Yves Bissouma

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Alasdair Gold talked about Yves Bissouma and what he heard about the Malian.

Bissouma didn’t have the easiest start to life at Tottenham. He has spent most of his time at the club sitting on the bench, while his manager has made it very clear that he is not adjusting to the demands of playing for his side.

Gold found these comments quite odd, stating that he has heard from people who know Bissouma well that his physical form and defensive ability are two of his strongest attributes, and yet these are the two things Conte has criticized so far. ‘now.

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Bissouma’s reviews

Gold shared what he’s heard about Bissouma and why those reviews don’t add up.

“People who follow him all the time have told me he’s one of the fittest players in the Brighton squad. Fitness shouldn’t have been an issue. Conte is another level like everyone says, but he still should have had that base layer, people would also say the defensive side of his game was the strongest point, and now Conte says that’s not good enough. It’s very strange, I can only assume in training that he doesn’t show up enough,” Gold said.

Welcome to the big leagues

With all due respect to Brighton, being one of the fittest players at Amex is a completely different task from being one of the fittest players at Tottenham.

There’s a reason Spurs have been Champions League contenders for years and Brighton have been embroiled in multiple relegation battles, there’s a clear gap between these two sides, and Bissouma is clearly struggling. to close this gap.

We have seen many times how a player can struggle to take the next step in their career and it looks like Bissouma unfortunately falls into this trap.

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