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‘Suddenly’: Tim Sherwood claims three players have just saved their Tottenham careers this season

There was so much uncertainty at Tottenham Hotspur heading into this season.

Nobody really knew what to expect from Spurs this season after a poor performance the last time around, the hiring of a new, inexperienced manager, and the selling of their finest player.

But there was no denying that something had to change.

For several players this season at Tottenham, it truly was a case of sink or swim because some of the team’s fringe players were beginning to lose patience.

Some chose to quit the club in this situation of “adapt or die,” while others made significant improvements.

Tim Sherwood has been discussing some of the improvements he has seen from Tottenham players this season on the No Tippy Tappy Football Podcast. He claims that players like Pape Sarr, Destiny Udogie, and Yves Bissouma have saved their Tottenham careers this season after appearing to be surplus to requirements the previous one.

Spurs career saved

Sherwood offered his assessment of these three.

“The manager gives you the confidence to compete with any team if you’re a player in that dressing room. You work for a management who respects you and has helped the team members. There are many players there, including Bissouma, Sarr, and Udogie, who has excelled since returning from a loan. Everyone believed they were unnecessary, but now that this guy has unexpectedly showed them some affection, their recruitment doesn’t seem so horrible.

The Postecoglou effect

Ange Postecoglou’s work with these three players deserves recognition, but the players themselves deserve a lot of credit for improving this season.

This trio and many others have experienced a true transformation thanks to the Australian, which only serves to highlight his prodigious coaching abilities.

Spurs are a far better team as a result of Postecoglou’s pressure-creating ability.


What £42m Tottenham player has just said will stun Spurs fans, he’s completely transformed

Tottenham Hotspur defender Cristian Romero’s recent comments during the international break show he’s been completely transformed under Ange Postecoglou. 

Romero has been Tottenham’s top defensive player ever since he transferred from Atalanta in 2021 for a sum of £42 million.The 25-year-old had a challenging season his previous time out and frequently appeared dissatisfied during a turbulent campaign under Antonio Conte.

Under Ange Postecoglou, he has, however, found his best form and developed a potential connection with summer addition Micky van de Ven.

However, Romero has been criticized in the past because some have said he put Argentina over Tottenham.

Romero and Giovani Lo Celso did, in fact, defy Tottenham’s desires and fly to play for Argentina during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a September 2021 piece in The Guardian.

The defender also came under fire for missing the World Cup due to an injury right before it, but his previous manager Antonio Conte defended him by saying the player would “play on one leg.”

If there was ever any question before, it seems like Romero is treating his responsibilities for Tottenham with the same level of importance as his international obligations.

What Romero has said will stun Tottenham fans

Romero, who was taken off due to injury during Argentina’s victory over Peru on Wednesday, claimed that his right ankle “had swollen too much.”

The vice-captain of Tottenham admitted that he left the game with one eye on Tottenham’s match against Fulham on Monday night.

We also have a crucial home encounter against Fulham on Monday, which is why I chose to leave at halftime,” he explained.

But everyone who enters will undoubtedly break it since this is a team of beasts

There has since been positive news on Romero’s knock as The Evening Standard claims there is ‘no serious concern’ from Spurs over the injury.

Romero’s remarks, however, highlight his dedication to the ongoing Ange Postecoglou project.

Romero accepting responsibility for his fitness will definitely please Spurs fans, and the defender has adapted wonderfully to his new position as vice-captain.

It’s fair to say that many Tottenham supporters have in the past questioned Romero’s dedication to the team since he has drawn criticism for allegedly prioritizing his country above Spurs.

Due to his dedication to the Spurs project, his latest words will undoubtedly allay any worries Tottenham fans may have had.


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