Tottenham: the anger of coach Ange Postecoglou after supporters celebrated the defeat

Tottenham: the anger of coach Ange Postecoglou after supporters celebrated the defeat
Tottenham: the anger of coach Ange Postecoglou after supporters celebrated the defeat

“The foundations are really fragile” at Tottenham, said coach Ange Postecoglou after the 2-0 defeat against Manchester City on Tuesday in a late match in the English championship. The Australian who arrived last summer said he was “disappointed to have lost. It was a close match, with highlights for each team. They capitalized on their strong moments, and we didn’t,” he said in the post-match conference. “It comes from outside the club, from inside, from everywhere,” he added after a reminder.

Tuesday’s defeat against the three-time reigning English champion buried hopes of qualifying for the next Champions League. Tottenham, fifth, should grab the Europa League. And this victory for City takes the big enemy, Arsenal, a little further away from a Premier League title, which some Tottenham supporters celebrated, despite the defeat.

“I just want to win”

A rivalry that the Australian coach doesn’t want to hear about. “I’m just not interested.” Maybe I’m out of sync, but I don’t care, I just want to win. I want to succeed in this football club, that’s why I was recruited. So what other people want to feel and what their priorities are is of no interest to me at all.” As for the celebrations of his team’s fans despite the defeat, he is fatalistic: “I can’t dictate what the fans do. They have the right to express themselves as they wish. But if we score goals at the end of the matches, it is because the public encourages us,” he added.

As for its players, we are already planning for next season. “We are only at the beginning of our journey with the coach,” reacted attacking midfielder James Maddison on Sky Sports. “It’s difficult to speak directly after a loss, but next summer, once everything is said and done, we will be a better and stronger team because of what we experienced this year,” he said. he promised.

In the championship, “there was a great start, then a fall, ups and downs. I am sure we will be better next season,” he concluded

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