Tottenham trophy drought odds: Antonio Conte’s side slashed to 2/1 to win a trophy this season as they enter 5,000 days without silverware

Tottenham Hotspur are now backed to lift a trophy this season as they enter their 5,000th day without one after Antonio Conte was revealed today as their new manager.

Spurs are also among the favorites to win the Carabao Cup and the Europa Conference League despite their recent loss to Vitesse in that competition.

Conte has a lot of work to do to get Spurs competitive again

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Conte has signed an 18-month contract that could keep him with the North London side until 2023, with an option to extend.

Spurs parted ways with Nuno Espirito Santo after their 3-0 loss to Manchester United, where Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job was also in jeopardy and desperately needed a result.

Tottenham have already lost five in the league and have a long way to go, but the silver is still up for grabs and are 2/1 to lift a trophy this season with Betfair.

They are a whopping 500/1 to win the Premier League with Conte in charge, as they sit ninth in the table, ten points behind leaders Chelsea.

Their last trophy was under Spanish coach Juande Ramos when they won against Chelsea in the League Cup final in February 2008.

Spurs are still in the running to win that trophy again, but face West Ham in the quarter-finals in December.

They are behind Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal in betting odds to win the competition.

Tottenham have a chance to win a trophy this season

Betfair odds

Tottenham to win any trophy: 2/1

Tottenham winner of the Carabao Cup: 5/1

Tottenham winner of the Europa Conference League: 5/1

FA Cup winner Tottenham: 14/1

Spurs have 5/1 to win Carabao Cup and have equal chances in Europa Conference League which sees them co-favorites with the Roma of José Mourinho.

Transfer rumors are rife as the winter window approaches, but with a new manager and new tactics to unleash the club will also be a prime target for players looking for a change.

Betfair spokesman Sam Rosbottom said: “It’s an exciting time to be a Tottenham fan with the arrival of series winner Antonio Conte. The Italian is already 2/1 to end Spurs’ long trophy drought this season.

“Conte could also use his Serie A ties to Spurs advantage with Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic 5/1 to join the club in January, while Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic is 6 / 1 to find the former Chelsea boss in north London. “

Here are all the other odds for Tottenham under the guidance of their new manager:

Betfair: Antonio Conte release date

Starting before the end of the 2022/23 season: 5/4

From before the end of the 2021/22 season: 5/1

Betfair: where Tottenham will end the season

In the top 10: 1/9

In the top six: 7/5

Over Manchester United: 11/4

In the top four: 15/2

Betfair to sign for Tottenham in January

Dusan Vlahovic: 5/1

Marcelo Brozovic: 6/1

Franck Kessie: 7/1

Alessandro Bastoni: 8/1

Donny van de Beek: 9/1

Federico Chiesa: 20/1

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