Tottenham Hotspur players are spelled spoiled, only 2 are World Class

Jakarta

A harsh criticism of Tottenham Hotspur thrown by a former player. The Tottenham squad is said to be full of spoiled children.

The assessment was made by Jamie O’Hara, who appeared in more than 50 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur in the 2005-2011 period after graduating from the London club’s academy.

In an interview with talkSPORTO’Hara was initially asked how many active Spurs players would be in his squad if he was appointed as the current manager to replace. Jose Mourinho. “Harry Kane and Son [Heung-min], only that.”

“We need a center-back who has speed. We just signed Matt Doherty from Wolves, who has been playing as a wing back for years. He’s not a right-back, he’s a full-back,” he said.

Regarding Matt Doherty’s style, Jamie O’Hara feels that the Lily Whites still need two center-backs who have the speed and ability in one-on-one duels. This is for the sake of prevention Tottenham Hotspur so as not to miss, especially when your opponent makes a quick counterattack.

In addition, in general, he also assessed that the squad that Jose Mourinho currently has is not only filled with players with mediocre quality but also has a mentality like a spoiled child.

“Only two are world class. Just look at the team,” he said.

“Davies, average; Alderweireld, average; Dier, below average; Doherty, just arrived, not bad; Hojbjerg, average; Winks, not bad; Alli, average; Son, brilliant; Kane, brilliant; Lucas Moura, inconsistent. “

“The rest … They look like spoiled kids! Bring a leader of character to the squad and show off your skills; you guys are playing for Spurs Football Club!” he said about the player Tottenham Hotspur currently.

(krs / mrp)


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