“Destroy all the losers and start over!”
‘Tottenham midfielder-turned commentator’ Jamie O’Hara gave a stinging blow to Tottenham’s ‘messy’.
On the 16th (Korean time), immediately after Tottenham’s come-from-behind home defeat against Bournemouth, O’Hara defined those who failed to keep the victory and conceded an equalizer or a come-from-behind goal at the end as a’group of losers’. In the home game against Bournemouth in the 31st round of the English Premier League (EPL) held at home that day, Tottenham took the lead with Son Heung-min scoring a thrilling opening goal in the 14th minute of the first half. They managed to secure one point, but at the end of the 5th minute of extra time in the second half, Bournemouth Dango Watara scored a theatrical goal and eventually lost 2-3.
In the previous game, Newcastle lost 3-0 to Aston Villa, missing a golden opportunity to reclaim the top four with three points. In an interview with Talk Sports, O’Hara characterized Tottenham’s performance as “a mess”. He criticized, saying, “I watched today’s game, but there was no fighting, no earnestness, and no real will to win.” “Newcastle lost today, United lost Lisandro Martinez, Rafael Varane, Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes was sent off, and suddenly there was something twisted about them. So today I was like, ‘Tottenham can win, we top I thought I could squeeze into the 4th,” he said. “But did Tottenham show today that they can get into the top four?”
Then, he criticized the play of some players without fighting spirit. “You’ve got to get rid of them. You’ve got to get rid of that group of losers, I’ve been saying over and over again. You’ve got to get rid of a lot of them, the staff players, the dead trees. And you have to start over. You have to rebuild the team and change that mentality.” ” he said forcefully.
“If Chairman Daniel Levy is not ready to change his mentality, he must change too,” he emphasized. O’Hara compared his time playing for Tottenham from 2005 to 2011 with the present and sighed, “I’m tired of repeating the same garbage every week while watching Tottenham games. I also say the same thing on the air, but nothing changes.” Exhaled. He concluded, “A weak and weak mentality, a group of losers!”
“When I was at Tottenham,스포츠토토 the team I played for wasn’t even Manchester United, and it wasn’t a team that competed with Man United, but we were a good team,” he said. “We had players who had won and wanted to win. We only had one League Cup trophy, but we worked tirelessly to get there. Gareth Bale, Luka Modric, Ledley King, Michael Dawson, Jermaine Defoe, Robbie. There were players like Keane who wanted to win every game.” “Everyone did their best, and Robbie Keane didn’t even take a second off during training. I don’t see that kind of earnestness in this team,” he criticized. “He has a world-class player named Harry Kane, but the rest of the players don’t see that. He doesn’t seem to care enough to think, ‘Does he really want to win?’” he criticized.