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Tottenham fans are feeling that the Ange-Ball revolution is finally underway

By The Boy -

When Ange Postecoglou finally arrived in north London, it was after at least three managerial appointments that quite frankly suited neither the club nor the fanbase. Recruiting high-maintenance, serial-winner coaches was never a tactic likely to work for the Spurs, but then this is Daniel Levy we are talking about. THFC, under ENIC, has inflated the worth of its portfolio relentlessly under ENIC’s reign now spanning more than two decades, yet won very little in the way of meaningful silverware.

At last, there is now much for fans to feel genuinely upbeat and motivated about, as if we were enjoying https://www.slotozilla.com/uk/minimum-deposit-casino/3-pound deals, and the mood in the THFC camp has been massively improved under the watchful eye of the coach that is still missed by Celtic supporters.

Postecoglou is not a particularly complex tactician, however, he does demand that his players are on board with the message, and his instruction is all about being on the front foot, being fast, and being proactive in the creative zones. Ange plays with a notably high line, meaning that his team’s focus is all about being attacking and forward-focused.

Yes, injuries plagued us from essentially November onwards, but all it took was a little patience, and at Villa Park this weekend we got a massive hint of what awaits us under Big Ange. Villa have ably demonstrated so far this season that they are ready to compete at the top flight table and the mood in the camp amongst Spurs fans was quite rightly a tad apprehensive ahead of Sunday’s early clash.

James Maddison, quite naturally, looked to be a far more substantial player than in recent outings, as did Brennan Johnson. Johnson in particular is a player that many of us held high hopes for, but barring the exception of the odd, fleeting moment, had failed to set the hope alight. Against Aston Villa, Brennan was far more authoritative and in particular, his reaction to an atrocious foul on Destiny Udogie was greeted warmly by Tottenham fans.

In respect of Sarr, Levy has lucked into a player on this occasion. Wonderful cross for Madders, and I think there’s lots more to come. Another recent signing, Radu Drăgușin had an admirable performance, but one that stank somewhat of a guy that isn’t match fit/friendly. No negatives from me, at all. Can he start ahead of Ben Davies and Emerson Royal in future?

Under Postecoglou, there is much to be hopeful about, and the Ange-Ball revolution is finally underway!







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