This place’s first post-match piece out of the traps after the game was not just a booster for Stevie Bergwijn, as a statement of fact, the boy had a great game. Again, I appeal to fans to employ critical thought here, not just to distance themselves from the absolute scumbags that caused our lad to limit one of his social media accounts, but to embrace the overarching concept, which is underway at Tottenham.
Bergwijn wasn’t a Mourinho pick any more than he was a Pochettino pick, so if anything, we have a player on our books that truly deserves any spare love going. Perhaps yesterday, José afforded the boy a little time to demonstrate what he can do.
At the risk of using every available opportunity that befalls me to speak to those that seem-not-understand how to watch a football match, if you afford a class coach some time, some respect, and add some decent players into the equation, then you encourage improvement, the type that wins trophies.
Has Bergwijn done enough to start ahead of Bale and Alli against our friends, the Scousers? Absolutely. This boy is now focused and ready to rock. People were understandably still questioning Tanguy until yesterday.
Coach. Time. Respect.