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“Forget Ryan Mason…” Sky Pundit Makes Damaging Claim About Spurs’ | video

By The Boy -

The fall-out from the final loss is endless, and it has nothing to do with media bias or any other invented witchcraft. What Jamie Carragher – quite rightly – asserts here is that Tottenham were cowardly and ineffective.

Does anyone else recall that scene from the All or Nothing documentary where Harry Kane spoke up and said to José that there was a problem, that there was no sense of collective responsibility?

Nothing has changed but the manager again. This mob is all set to cause the next poor man the same levels of aggregation. This may explain why the one-time favourite has swerved this opportunity of a lifetime.

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3 years ago

Big trouble ahead for our club. I fear with the shiny new stadium we’ve “done a Leeds” as so many of the Levy lovers feared we’d do if we ever invested in the squad

3 years ago

So the pundits can actually shine a light on the players now that our previous manager is gone? Good.

There is a lack of quality, determination and leadership across the squad. This was not somehow coached into the players by the last guy – this is an endemic problem brought about by our lack of spending and ambition, and our treatment of managers.

When has Danny Rose last played for us? Still on 70k pwk. Dele Alli? Was good for about six games under Mourinho. Dier and Sanchez? Please. Winks? “But against Real…” – yeah mate, over three years ago.

If you play poorly for Spurs, the board sacks the manager. What message does that send?

I could go on, but I feel we all see the problem now. We need to replace about half the squad, because we allowed the wasters to accumulate over time, while our genuinely good players left or grew older.

The worst part? I can’t see Kane and Son staying and equally, I can’t see the Chuckle Brothers of Levy and Hitchen reinvesting the money effectively.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
3 years ago

Sooner or later, probably later, Levy has to replace Alderweireld, Lloris, Dier, Aurier, Sissoko, Winks, Dele, Bale, Davies.

The longer he leaves it the steeper the bill. A lot of those players were bought long ago at relatively low cost and with inflation and quality costing even more Levy has made a rod for his own back.

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