The absence of major trophies in the club’s cabinet is unfortunately notorious to all Roosters fans and the performances are still not improving. The London club stumbled in the league this weekend too and some in the post-match studios certainly weren’t mincing words!
Tottenham Hotspur are going through quite a big game crisis this season as well, and considering the recent events, the mood in the booth probably won’t be positive either.
Coach Conte has already practically resigned as head coach a few weeks ago and the results are still not coming.
On Saturday, Conte’s team played a match on home turf in the 31st league round against the outsider Bournemouth. The goal-rich match eventually turned sour for the home side after they conceded a goal to 2: 3 in the 95th minute.
Dislike for the current events was expressed in the post-match SkySports studio by the club’s former player Jamie O’Hara, who certainly didn’t mince words with his comments!
“Tottenham are a joke! We had a chance to bring in a new coach, to do something about it, to get into the top 4 and the chances were definitely there. United were racking up injuries, Newcastle succumbed to Aston Villa, huge opportunity for Tottenham to put in a good performance and break into the top four.
Did I see anything worthy of a top 4 team? Absolutely nothing, we were awful! I don’t know what the fans or players expected when you still have Antonio Conte at the club. You still play the same football, you still have the same mentality.
He was the one in charge of training and he was getting absolutely nothing out of those players, so why do you expect anything to change? Ridiculous!””O’Hara told Sky Sports.
O’Hara was certainly not the only one with similar thoughts running through his head after the game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The gloom is settling over the Roosters once again and if the management can’t get the winning mentality back into the team, the wheelbarrows will probably fall.
Source: Sky Sports Twitter
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