Sad News Covered White Hart Lane, Tottenham Hotspur Coach Dies

Jakarta – Tottenham Hotspur, a Premier League team, received sad news. Gian Piero Ventrone, their physical coach, passed away at the age of sixty-one.

Per reports, acute leukemia claimed Vettere’s life.

Spurs sent a statement on their official website stating, “We are deeply saddened to announce that Gian Piero Ventrone’s physical coach has passed away.”

November 2021 saw the 61-year-old coach join the Spurs. He was employed by Antonio Conte. He has played for AC Ajaccio, Catania, Juventus, JS Suning, and GZ Evergrande.

According to Spurs, Gian Piero gained a lot of popularity among the staff and other players quite fast.

The club released a statement saying, “He will be greatly missed by everyone in our club and thoughts with his family and friends at this very sad time.”

Ventrone is Conte’s reliable ally. Ventrone formed a close bond with South Korean Spurs player Son Heung-min while he was a member of the team.

Following a poignant moment, Son declared, “He is a murderer. Although he is a murderer, Gian Piero and I get along great.”

After Ventrone arrived, the Spurs players’ level of fitness did in fact rise quickly. This year, he was a key player in the Spurs preseason.

He underwent rigorous physical training in Korea. During the workout, Son passed out on the ground and Harry Kane puked.


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Son Heung-min declared that he was “very sad” following Tottenham’s 4-1 thumping of Leicester on Saturday.

The attacker stated, “We started quite well and created chances,” in an interview with Match of the Day. We gave up a quick second goal to make it 1-1, and then it was clear. The game was challenging back then. Leicester was so proficient that they nearly scored at every opportunity. This is a really unsatisfactory outcome.

It seems really depressing to me. We anticipated a very challenging game. A game in the Premier League is never simple. It demonstrated the great caliber of the Premier League. I’m at a loss for words; it’s really disappointing.

“I don’t believe complacency was the cause. We felt comfortable about ourselves after defeating City. We were really in the zone the first minute. We ought to be prepared and gain knowledge. We should learn a valuable lesson today.”

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