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Pundit explains what Tottenham Hotspur can learn from Liverpool
By Eddie Razo -

This season, the Premier League title has been a tilt between Manchester City and Liverpool. The Reds have seen a good run over the past few years that has seen them lift several trophies under manager Jürgen Klopp.

However, before the German tactician arrived, Liverpool was at a crossroads, and the decisions that have been made since the appointment of Klopp are something various clubs should look to copy, says BT Sport pundit Peter Crouch. 

Liverpool is fighting for the league, in the FA Cup, and Champions League, so according to the pundit, they have laid the blueprint for other clubs to see this success. 

“Hiring Jurgen Klopp is number one, recruitment of the players, but the players have to have the right attitude, the right age, the hunger to succeed at such a great football club. To see where they were when he (Klopp) took over, lots of people deserve credit behind the scenes, but from where they were to where they are now, it is absolutely chalk and cheese,” Crouch said, per Football.London

“I think it should be a blueprint for other clubs that are behind [them], like Manchester United, Arsenal, and Tottenham, they are in a similar situation as to what Liverpool were a few years ago.”

For Tottenham, they have the right manager that could replicate Klopp’s success in Antonio Conte, but the Italian tactician will hope to see the same financial commitment as the Liverpool boss has seen during his time with The Reds.

This summer will be a big one for the north London club regardless if they have UEFA Champions League football next season. 

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LIMERICK AL.
LIMERICK AL.
2 months ago

Lads please Stop. The first thing that must be done is that we return to being a Football Club.

Paul
Paul
2 months ago

Comparing a donkey and a thorough bred. Liverpool was always a first tier club sputtering along like ManU now after conquering the world stage, Klopp brought it back. They have always had great players, but keep coming up short prior. Spurs after winning it all in the 60’s was never established amongst the elite, but competitive enough to grab silverware along the way. That is our history and for the first time I will add, until the Ownership/Levy and Co are not the prime decision makers for football operations. We have a tall mountain to climb. The structure has to change before we can even talk about a model to success.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Levy MUST support Conte and buy him what he wants and early in the window too. None of this mucking about grabbing the left overs once the season has opened, he needs a proper pre season.
If we don’t get top 4 and he still stays, then priority must be winning the Europa league. We badly need a trophy and that also gives entry to the CL. A domestic trophy should be targeted too.
Top 4 doesn’t really bother me, it’s more of a financial thing for Levy. History has proven it makes no difference to the players we buy.

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
2 months ago

Well said Crouchy this bit obvs. got left off the THFC spreadsheet matrix.
but the players have to have the right attitude”

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago

Fat chance of emulating Liverpool with the bald parasite in charge. With Poch we were ahead of them not so long ago, but Levy wasted everybody’s time by either buying junk players en masse or most noticeably not buying anyone for 513 days. Liverpool built a team to win everything, we built a stadium and the team can’t win anything.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
2 months ago

Levy wants Spurs to become Man U not Liverpool – he wants us to become as big a cash cow as they are, making the owners a nice profit they take out themselves, football is an afterthought

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