Jed Spence, wearing the number 90, made an impressive debut.

Spence, who was leased to Stade Rennes in the French Ligue 1 in the winter transfer market, started in the 22nd round of the regular league in the 2022-2023 season against Lille held at home on the 5th (Korean time). It’s his first start this season.

He made his nest at Tottenham last summer. However, manager Antonio Conte said that it was not the signing he wanted, and in fact classified Spence as out of force. He played only 41 minutes as a substitute in 6 games. 먹튀검증

Spence, who started at right fullback, played 84 minutes. In his first game, he surpassed his total playing time all season.

The play was also impressive. A cross following a bold overlapping energized the team’s offense. In the 32nd minute of the first half, he fired a shot of the conversion, but it hit the net next to him. Still, the cheers of the fans were hot.

England’s ‘Express’ said: ‘Spence, who left Tottenham, is already making a fool of manager Antonio Conte by debuting as a starter at Rennes. Tottenham may come to regret Spence’s loan.

Spence, who was from Middlesbrough, was loaned out to Nottingham Forest last season and was noticed by promoting the team to the first division. In the FA Cup, he was recognized for his outstanding performances against Arsenal and Leicester City in the English Premier League (EPL).

Unlike manager Conte, Tottenham embraced Spence as an investment for the future. The transfer fee was 20 million pounds (approximately 30.4 billion won) including options. Rennes’ loan does not include a full transfer option. Depending on Conte’s renewal of the contract, Spence’s future seems to be different.

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