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Pundit brutally slams Tottenham star despite win against Newcastle

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville has slammed Cristian Romero for his crazy tackles.

The Argentinean defender avoided being sent off for a reckless tackle during the victory over Newcastle.

Given that he had just served a three-game suspension for making a reckless tackle on Enzo during Chelsea’s match, the tackle was unexpected. He can be tamed, according to the Sky Sports panel, even though he will never learn.

Neville, in particular, was scathing in his criticism, saying that because Romero makes tackles like these so frequently, he had no sympathy for him.

He said:

”He is crazy, Romero.”

“He always has to tackle, slowing himself down doesn’t come into his head.”

”I’ve got very little sympathy for him because he does it that often.”

That tackle would also not sit well with Ange.

Spurs currently lack a natural center-back due to injuries to Eric Dier and Micky van de Ven.

Although Davies has performed admirably in a backup center back role, Ange cannot afford to lose Romero once more.

This is an area of the World Cup winner’s game that needs improvement. Even though he is an elite defender, tackles like these occasionally make him a liability for the team.


Harry Kane gets revenge on Daniel Levy as Bayern Munich star ‘blocks Tottenham transfer’

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy intervened to stop Harry Kane joining Manchester City in 2021.

This winter, Harry Kane will likely stop his old team, Tottenham, from signing a player they like, as Mathys Tel is supposedly determined to stay at Bayern Munich and complete his apprenticeship under the England captain. Kane might be quietly happy to have upset Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, who intervened to prevent him from moving to Manchester City two years prior.

Levy not only prevented Kane from moving to the Etihad Stadium by demanding £200 million for his services, but he also played hardball with the German powerhouses, prolonging the striker’s Bayern Munich transfer story until the end of this summer.

Kane, who tops Tottenham’s all-time scoring charts with 280 goals, has hit the ground running overseas, to the extent that highly-rated teenager Tel is yet to start a single Bundesliga game up top this season.

Numerous teams reportedly proposed a loan transfer for the 18-year-old in January in an attempt to take advantage of his little playing time, according to Sky Germany. Spurs are well-known to be fans of Tel, having made an effort to bring him up in the conversation with Bayern about Kane.

However, according to the same report, Tel is eager to stay in Bavaria. Unfortunately for Tottenham, Kane is also a crucial component because his backup wants to improve his game by studying the scorching front man.

With his starting striker ranking among the top scorers in Europe and his backup, who has eight goals and four assists of his own, content to keep getting off the bench, Bayern manager Thomas Tuchel is in a great position.

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