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“Sell the one on the left” Some Tottenham fans are unimpressed with this player
By Bruce Grove -

Giovani Lo Celso has emerged as one of the most underperforming stars of the current Tottenham team.

The Argentinian has been a significant presence in the squad since he joined the club.

He was expected to provide more midfield support alongside Christian Eriksen when the Dane was still at the club.

Eriksen has since left and the former PSG man is now one of the key midfielders at the club.

Somehow, he stays relevant regardless of whom the manager of Tottenham is.

However, the club’s fans are now looking for more from him as the team struggles for form.

Most players at the club aren’t pulling their weight at the moment and the emergence of Oliver Skipp means there is more competition for a place in the club’s midfield.

The Lilywhites posted an image of Lo Celso and his Argentine teammate Cristian Romero on Twitter and some fans used the comments to inform him they expect more.

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Dino
Dino
25 days ago

Maybe we should consider playing Romero in midfield along with Skipp or play with 3 centre backs… dont we have anyone in the accademy who can start?

East Stand
East Stand
26 days ago

Gio and Tangy both signed for the club at a bad time and have played under three managers already l. We’d not long lost the biggest match in our history, the manager hadn’t been backed and the whole thing was burned out. They’ve both seen the manager they signed for leave and a manager come in with a completely different approach, now they’ve got yet another manager, who was 9th choice.

I’m not excusing them for their poor form but I feel that the chaos at ENIC FC is hardly a fertile environment for players to either settle or kick on in. I still think there’s a player in Gio but I’m sure he’s wondering what he walked into, and that particular car crash has not helped matters…

Last edited 26 days ago by Easty
East Stand
East Stand
26 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

Here’s a question, since that summer before Poch left what signing has improved us at all? I’d say Bale was the pick of a bad bunch, if you want to look at the stats…

BobbytheBrain
BobbytheBrain
25 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

I don’t disagree with you but who scouted these players and deemed them suited to the Premier League? What was our astute leader thinking when he offered Tanguy the best part of 200k a week? Where was the due diligence? Unfortunately these are not isolated transfer market failures. Add Aurier, Sissoko, Doherty, Sess to the list. Hojbjerg is the one recent hit. Who is taking accountability for this shambles? How has Steve Hitchen been promoted to sporting director? In what line of business would failure on this scale be rewarded with promotion. How do other clubs seem to get it right? There is so much to like about the way that Leicester and West Ham go about their business signjng players that we should be in for. Levy was right there has been too little focus on the product on the pitch for too long. Look long in the mirror Daniel….

Dino
Dino
26 days ago

In the last 5 years Lo Celso & Doherty have been our worst signings…infact I would say lo no show has been our worst .. Does anyone know the last time he completed 1 premier league game? At least Doherty can complete 1 game even if he hasnt performed well… the bare minimum for a professional footballer he simply hasnt met.

Harry
Harry
26 days ago

I read a story on another site yesterday saying our chairman was toying with the idea of asking for financial assistance from his boss, but decided against it as his boss wants the club to be self funding.

I suppose sums up where we are as a club. Here you have an owner who is worth 5 Billion and could use his wealth to buy a premier league title or 2 (think Russian owner in West London)

The investment would have raised our stock, had sponsors queuing up, and raised the value of the club…….an ultimately got his return back two-fold.

Always the bridesmaid…..never the bride

Last edited 26 days ago by Harry
East Stand
East Stand
26 days ago
Reply to  Harry

ENIC want to do the ‘prestige’ thing via building development and infrastructure with other people’s money. They see backing the team as too risky. They want Super League membership so we can be like an American sports team. No relegation or promotion, just a guaranteed and ring fenced status. So they can pretend they belong in the same company as Real Madrid etc…

Last edited 26 days ago by Easty
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