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Watch Dele Alli’s dribbling excellence
By Harry Hotspur -

This was against a side that quite frankly (based upon facts, opposed to opinion) are on a par with what, a League 2 side in England?! A former Spur, Jamie O’Hara blew his top after the game, singling out a number of players, including Alli. Dele was ineffectual to the point of absolute infuriation. O’Hara was furious and used words such as ‘shocking’ and ‘disgrace’… he was absolutely bang on.

Tottenham ‘suddenly’ has a number of players who look utterly out of their depth, representing a club with a billion-pound stadium and a coach with such a glittering CV such as Antonio Conte.

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Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago

You can have a brand new stadium state of the art training facilities but with players like Alli, NDembele, LoSellOn, Doherty etc it still smells like a Doss House ..just get rid..

Graham Wood
Graham Wood
1 month ago

Dele Alli is an example of giving a talented young kid more money and publicity than he ever dreamed of without informing him that in order to keep all these sudden riches you will need to work very hard. Instead they allowed him to fall into the “pop star”trap and spend money like art was going out of style.Nobody counselling or advising him on his behaviour. Surrounding himself with a million “lackeys” Ala Elvis and neglecting to work on his trade. The decline unfortunately was inevitable unless somebody was there to keep his nose to the grindstone.With little or no advice or direction the lad is on a nosedive to oblivion. I hope he has saved some of those new found riches or he will be destitute in a few years.Natural talent will only take you so far. Ronaldo is the perfect example of how to do it right. Takes care of himself and his money perfectly.

Tangangry
Tangangry
1 month ago

Always get annoyed by “Jamie OHara said…” stories, but change my tune when I saw his clip on Sky Sports News.

A passionately delivered roasting if ever i saw one

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

It’s interesting how little has been in the media about Kane’s post match comments about his teammates being “immature” in the defeat.

I guess the idea that Kane still cares doesn’t fit the narrative right now? 🤔

Dusty
Dusty
1 month ago

HH…I watched the game last night and I’m hoping that someone has a recording thereof. I was watching Ali in particular and every time he lost the ball or was beaten by a Mura player his attitude stank. Instead of tryin to retrieve or chase the man down and fight to get it back, he casually decided to stroll after the player as if to say let some one else get it back.
I was surprised that Conte did not lose his cool and let Ali know what he felt watching him play like that. Disgusting and the sooner they get rid of him the better.
Even let him go for nothing as Levy would have recovered the 5 million he paid for him in the first few seasons that he was playing like a soccer player should.

at large
at large
1 month ago

Sure Dele has been dismal, but one player that for me has to share some of the blame for the club’s decline is Lloris. As team captain and longest tenured player at the senior level, he needs to exert some leadership qualities and get these lads to fight for the badge. Otherwise he should be stripped of the captaincy and it should be given to someone who can inspire the troops. The problem is there really is no one at the club ready to take on this role now.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
1 month ago
Reply to  at large

Loris balled them out after Zagreb ..nothing changed. This is Levy’s fiefdom Levy’s problem..he loves his little darlings..
Levy Out.

Nemesis
Nemesis
1 month ago

Ravel Morrison is probably better at this point. Dele will share a similar career

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago

It looks like Dele is finished as a serious footballer.

It’s a slow slide down the League into oblivion like Jack Wilshere who at least had the excuse of serious injury.

Next stop Everton then Norwich on a pay as you go deal. Then the US or the Middle East.

It’s a pity I liked Dele and still do, at his best he was an exciting player with some fabulous moments of skill that thrilled. His decline is baffling.

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Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

It’s all relates to the general malaise around our club following years of neglect by out owners. Morale is at an all time low.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

Exactly.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

It’s mainly him but also the rudderless nature of the way the club has been run. The Dele ‘problem’ might have started with him but it’s been allowed to get completely out of control and has been exasperated by the poor decisions and wilful neglect from board level. It’s affected the whole squad, so those with issues in the first place like Dele have been affected the most.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

Dele is becoming parody of himself, not helped by his comedy Barnet.

Does he actually think that it looks cool or something? Someone needs to sit him down and explain to him that the reality is that he looks like a total pillock and that he’s not playing football at standard that excuses such nonsense…

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England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

He’s had plenty of advice but it hasn’t been heeded.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  England Mike

Seems so.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

How all this plays out is going to be absolutely intriguing HH.

Daniel must feel so far out of his comfort zone it’s untrue, which lets face it, can only be for the better. The cynic in me sees Conte walking before the season is out, it’s only the presence of Paratici that might be the mediation between manager and chairman that keeps him in place longer. The main conundrum for me is why wasn’t Conte done in the summer? I don’t buy the official line that Conte wasn’t ‘ready’…

Last edited 1 month ago by Easty
Harry
Harry
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

Danny boy wouldn’t pay top dollar….went for cheap alternative, back fired big time….he got first hand abuse from the crowd at Man Utd game…sh*t himself and now is on last chance saloon.

Conte has him by the balls, if he doesn’t spend big, Conte will walk and the new shiny stadium will become such a toxic environment.

This next few months will be fun to watch the Bond Villian squirming sitting in his seat.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry

Yay I’m really looking forward to seeing the little arch villain squirming like a tiddler on the end of Conte’s line.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry

It will be fascinating.

Chris
Chris
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

Levy is finding out how lucky he got with Poch getting 200% out of everyone. And didnt have to spend a penny. Now its all catching up on him

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Chris

This.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Chris

I always thought that Pochettino made Levy look good, made him look like his low-spend policy was actually a cohesive strategy. When in reality it was the manager getting water out of a stone…

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

More like squeezing water from a little dried up turd, the white ones.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

That was a load of bull that kidded none of us, he’s been promised a big warchest I hope. Ttrouble is half the squad need shifting and nobody in their right mind is going to buy any of Levy’s rejects. Utter shambles caused entirely by Levy as CEO and serial meddler.

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