“Postecoglou Mysterious Tactics, would have broken the youth team too!”….Tottenham legend’s ‘criticism’, ‘everyone knew it would collapse’
Some have questioned Tottenham manager Enze Postecoglou’s attacking tactics.
The criticism comes from the Tottenham-Chelsea match in the 11th round of the English Premier League (EPL) on July 7. In that game, Spurs didn’t drop their line, even after two players were sent off. The result was a 1-4 loss to Chelsea.
There were two ways to look at this game Some praised Postecoglou’s attacking tactics for playing with two men down, while others were more cynical and said that with two men down, they had to play defensive football.레모나토토 주소
One of Tottenham’s legends, Glenn Hoddle, was in the latter camp. The midfielder played for Tottenham between 1975 and 1987. He scored 110 goals in 490 appearances over 12 seasons. He was also Tottenham’s manager from 2001 to 2003. He’s a Tottenham legend, both as a player and manager.
Hoddle told TalkSPORT in the UK: “There are questions about Postecoglou”s tactics. We played with nine men against Chelsea, and I was worried when Tottenham played like that. I’ve been playing soccer for a long time. If you have nine players on the pitch, you can’t put pressure on the ball. You shouldn’t try to be negative,” he said.
“Postecoglou’s tactics against Chelsea would have broken any team in the world, even a youth team. I saw it that way. I’ve been playing soccer long enough to know that Tottenham would fall apart. I think everyone knew Tottenham would fall. It was just a matter of when Chelsea would get a goal.”
However, he added: “Postecoglou’s theory is positive. If he wants to do it, he can believe in it. I hope Tottenham will do well. Even though I spent three years at Chelsea, I am a Tottenham man. I’ve been supporting Tottenham since I was eight years old. Postecoglou is definitely positive,” he added in support.