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Jürgen Klinsmann’s Take On The Liverpool Game May Disappoint, Even Horrify Some Spurs Fans In Equal Measure
By Harry Hotspur -

“If I was José I would take the 0-0 right now” – that’s hardly the sort of attitude that Tottenham fans might have expected to come from a coach that has on several occasions been seen as one that might be able to bring back the vitality to the club when it was missing.

That said, one can understand the pragmatic approach of managers keen to keep their side free of loss, at all costs.

Spurs don’t have a great record at Anfield. The Lilywhites have won just one of their last 26 Premier League away games against Liverpool (D8 L17), winning 2-0 in May 2011 under Harry Redknapp.

Maybe a draw wouldn’t be the world’s worst outcome after all?

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Spurs est_1882
Spurs est_1882
28 days ago

I would take 0-0 right now too. lmao

LIMERICK AL.
LIMERICK AL.
30 days ago

I would love the Draw , but having said that , there is no better time to go there and Win. They have not lost at Home for quite some time and I prefer that titbit than if they had lost 3 on the bounce , because then you know that we would give them the THFC Leg Up .

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
30 days ago

No way 0-0 tonight. Both teams will score and we’ll score more. I think we’ll change up our style a bit. José still doesn’t trust his defensive unit enough to let the attackers play freely. It will happen though. That’s when you’ll see a José Tottenham in full flight. “Boring football? He must be thinking, watch and see. He’ll get it proper quicker than klop did. I rate the way José does it his way and won’t be pressured into doing it any other way. It’s his vision see.

Dave
Dave
30 days ago

Oh how the tide has turned. Remember the days when back the manager was the mantra, Levy was the devil incarnate and Poch was the messiah? Now Poch was some kind of footballing retard and Jose is the saviour? I also remember when quoting any pr*ck on twitter was seen as the lowest form of all journalism, but apparently that’s fine for “Bruce Grove” endlessly on a daily basis. Forgive me but there was even a time when looking at player stats didn’t reflect the game and
was the preserve of people who have no idea about football. I positively embrace people that oppose my oponion, that is the basis for all debate. Over the past 18 months opinion has changed massively here and it isn’t down to contributors, it’s down to the hypocrisy of someone who can’t accept any opinion unless it supports them. Whether you’re right or wrong you have no business here if you don’t agree with stats like pass completion or duels won. How does that represent a game? Simple it doesn’t. Feeding someone’s ego is largely what’s achieved here, reasoned debate is achieved here only if you pay the monkey….the organ grinder is watching.

Elevenstonedidiots
Elevenstonedidiots
30 days ago

A draw would be a great result, Liverpool don’t do defeats at Anfield. This is Jose though and there will be a gameplan – to win. I hope were on it. Kane and Son could have a lot of joy against whats looking like will be a makeshift Liverpool defence. Lets hope the Spurs players are on message

coys1882
coys1882
30 days ago

Count me in the Klinsmann camp on this one H! I’d take 0-0 right now, especially after the recent ‘big 5’ meltdowns (the ‘big 6’ has been downsized to reflect reality!) including the Chelsea and City results tonight.

East Stand
East Stand
30 days ago
Reply to  coys1882

I’ve always loved Jurgen.

You’re spot on 1882, it seems the usual big 4 can’t get a run of results together this season so far.

Cheatski seem like a work in progress with all the new signings and average age. City also seem like a team in transition so with consistent form we are well in the frame.

Liverpool look to be the main rivals, nobody else looks consistent enough. It’s a weird season, anything could happen.

East Stand
East Stand
30 days ago

0-0 there would be a decent result. Jose will be playing not to get beat rather than win anyway. If he did that at Palace, you can bet your a*se he’ll be doing it at Anfield! 😂