Kane has broken the media blackout and spoked to the Evening Standard.
You may need to suspend your disbelief and so get yourself on the same mental level as him.
“There’s obviously a reason why we’re falling short in the semi-finals, or in the big games. So we have to do better. I wouldn’t be able to tell you exactly what it is. But it’s frustrating. It’s frustrating personally, it’s frustrating for the team. But yeah, we just have to find our way around it.
“It’s annoying. It’s hard to put a finger on why. But we weren’t good enough. It was an even game. They got their noses in front and that was the end of it.”
The last time someone this dumb was this puzzled, it was an Essex girl who had tipped out a carton of Frosties on her kitchen table and was trying to make Tony The Tiger’s face out of the pieces.
When your football manager goes public with your club not being fussed about a competition, this isn’t reverse psychology, it’s sabotage.
If a warehouse foreman told the workforce that productivity was down – but ‘don’t worry about it, because the order we’re fulfilling isn’t worth much either way’ what might you expect to happen? Would the workforce see the foreman as they pal and get him pint after work, or would the workforce bust a gut to get the work up to date?
What has transpired at Spurs over the weekend frankly beggars belief.