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A stats thread about the #TOTWHU game.
Ha, love the opening line from Ali Gold's talking points
"This was the angriest Ange Postecoglou has been since his arrival at Tottenham Hotspur. It only took him four months of the season to feel the fires burning within him at a club which will eventually do that to you."
🤍 @spurs // Dejan Kulusevski is the ideal winger for Spurs under Ange Postecoglou
[Liam Tharme] Ange Postecoglou’s Spurs tactics are risk and reward – you can’t have one without the other - The Athletic
> Tottenham’s chaotic 3-3 draw at Manchester City was a perfect encapsulation of Postecoglou's philosophy...
[FourFourTwo] The GENIUS Way Tottenham Came Back Against Man City
Some good analysis from Adam here.
"NO, they COMPLETELY deserve that point at a BARE MINIMUM! And to call them lucky or to say they need to adapt their style COMPLETELY misses the point of what Ange Postecoglou is doing here."
Would a midfield three or Bissouma, Lo Celso, and Maddison work? Along with Bentancur as rotation with Biss and Lo Celso.
I've been so impressed with Lo Celso in for Sarr. Perhaps leaves Biss too exposed? Biss, Sarr, Porro, and Deki had a nice little understanding developing on the right and that is perhaps missing now. Hojbjerg coming on provided that much needed support for Biss and it made all the difference.
[Charlie Eccleshare] Dejan Kulusevski is Tottenham’s ‘players’ player’ – it’s time he got more credit - The Athletic
In light of his strong, heroic, never-stop performance against City, it's well worth another look at the article Charlie wrote about Deki recently.
[The Guardian, Barney Ronay] Spurs show hard evidence they are the real deal under Ange Postecoglou
"A draw felt fair. But it also felt like victory for Postecoglou; hard evidence, amid the chaos, that this thing might just be real."