Bonzo said: “He’s made a few tweaks which I think has helped us recover a lot faster,”
“He’s cut down on some of the training sessions, we don’t train every day now, and with the intensity of the training sessions as well, he might not demand as much as he used to.
“He’s a great manager, he thinks about us as players and individuals. We’re quite happy to go and voice our opinion. If we’re a bit tired he says, ‘okay today is a bit of a down-day for you’.
“I can only speak for myself but I’ve still got a lot left in the tank this season. I still feel very fresh.”
So here we have it straight from the horse’s mouth.
Spurs players were leaving it on the training pitches.
That light in your eyes is daylight dawning and that noise you can hear is the sound of a penny dropping.
If that’s the deafened and blinded healed, then Spurs’ best XI should start looking a lot more convincing in future games.
Oh hang on – didn’t Gladys say that Levy had recently demanded more from his player assets?
No, no, no that can’t be it. Because all the ITK is rubbish.
Er… this blog isn’t for thickos!