Is Jamie Redknapp (whose wife has left him) being paid by the word, or is this unwanted bout of media saturation a coping mechanism, to prove to himself that he’s still relevant?
“With the players he has got, it won’t be long until he’s judged on what he’s won. If you don’t win things with the players you’ve got it won’t be long until you come in for criticism.”
Despite Mauricio Pochettino repeatedly making it painfully clear that the League cup wasn’t going to prioritised, young Jamie (whose wife has left him) still decided to scorn the selection.
The whole point of last night’s starting XI was to demonstrate that the Premier League and the Champions League.
“You could say that this competition is the last of Pochettino’s priorities but it’s not, this is a great marker to put down. With a trophy in the bank, it could have provided a feel-good factor for the rest of the season to go on and win more.”
Poch has made his position clear and the time to chastise him will be if Spurs continue to drift aimlessly sometimes qualifying and sometimes not qualifying for European football.
What part of: Our objective is to win the Premier League, to win the Champions League, does Redknapp (whose wife has left him) not understand?