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“Listen” – Harry Redknapp still really doesn’t rate Ange favourite at Spurs

He’s still got some work to do apparently.

Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has named the one Ange Postecoglou favourite who is still to convince him at Spurs.

Who are Tottenham’s star players?

This season, Spurs fans have an abundance of options when it comes to their favorite players, as almost everyone of Postecoglou’s regular starting eleven have contributed significantly. Since replacing Hugo Lloris, goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario has produced some very significant saves, and center-back duo Micky van de Ven and Cristian Romero have developed a remarkable rapport.

rear-guards As Postecoglou’s inverted full-back regulars, Pedro Porro and especially Destiny Udogie have made a major impression, while both Pape Matar Sarr and Yves Bissouma (before to his ban) play admirably in front of them. But one could argue that Son Heung-min, summer addition James Maddison, and winger Dejan Kulusevski are the three players who are the most visually stunning. For Tottenham’s new boss, all three have been eye-opening, as Maddison and Son both completely outplay opponents in the offensive departments.


After their victory over Sheffield United, Postecoglou praised the “fantastic” South American, saying the following (via TEAMtalk):

We must keep a healthy balance in our lives, and even for him, he has to know that his football skills are still excellent. He is a wonderful player with a lot to offer, and that will help lessen the weight that, like many of us, he is carrying in other areas of his life.

“I’m quite happy for him; I felt he performed admirably. He’s usually dangerous in the air, so it was clear that we were trying to score and get some balls in the box.

What’s been said about Richarlison?

Postecoglou has lavished praise on the “fantastic” South American already, saying this after their win over Sheffield United (via TEAMtalk):

“We’ve got to maintain a balance in life and even for him, he needs to understand his football is still good, he’s a fantastic footballer, he’s got so much to give and that can help ease the burden he’s feeling in other parts of his life, like so many of us.

“I’m really pleased for him – I thought he did really well. We were obviously chasing a goal and getting some balls in the box and he’s always a threat in the air.”


Richarlison, who has appeared in every league game this season with one goal and three assists, appears to be a favorite of Tottenham’s new boss. Nevertheless, Redknapp, the former Spurs manager, stated to talkSPORT that the forward still has a lot of work ahead of him.

“I believe he still needs to persuade me,” Redknapp remarked during a Tuesday morning show.

“I was like that with him at Everton, to be honest. I didn’t find him really endearing for some reason. You see, they’ll go out and take that action if they feel the need to bring someone in on that side while they’re searching.

“Hopefully, he’s turned the corner. It seems like he could use a goal or two. His self-assurance is crucial; without it, the game is unwinnable.

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