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Cristian Romero makes huge Tottenham trophy claim amid glowing Ange Postecoglou verdict

Latest Tottenham news with Cristian Romero delivering an Ange Postecoglou and major trophy verdict

Cristian Romero has revealed something very important about the Tottenham trophy: the defender seems to be suggesting that Ange Postecoglou may be the one to bring the trophies to the team. When Spurs defeated Chelsea in the Carling Cup in 2008, they had not won a trophy since. Although they had high-caliber managers come in, they were unable to break the curse.

Under the previous two managers, the team lost some of its identity and failed to win a title under Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho, and Antonio Conte. But now that Postecoglou is in charge, the Spurs seem to be back in the running for the championship, and free-flowing football is finally returning to north London.

Spurs have the talent in their starting lineup to win titles, with James Maddison and Micky van de Ven coming in the summer and Son Heung-min returning to form. Romero maintains that it will all come down to attitude.

In an interview with SWM, he stated, “As a professional, I want to win trophies and compete in the best competitions, but everything depends on our mentality.” “There is a terrific vibe at the club, and we are clearly coming closer to our objectives. Things can only get better if we keep doing the proper actions.

Trophies are won by a variety of factors, not only the players and coaching staff. The club has to be in good standing.

organised, starting with the most important person, the President. He is the one who must make the right decisions so that the club is performing well in every aspect.

However, we’re in a great place. From the coach to the sporting director and every employee, the team has made the right choices. We will come closer to taking home trophies if they keep making these choices and go on in this direction.

Romero is obviously a big admirer of the Australian, and Postecoglou has united the fan base and playing team despite losing Harry Kane only days before the season began. This is in addition to the new arrivals and some players who are already at the club enjoying their finest period at the club.

“We are delighted that the club appointed a coach like Ange,” he said. “It has been really significant for all members of the team, particularly the younger players. The team need a coach who shared the club’s identity and past. It’s a good start, but there’s still a long way to go. Naturally, I have hope, but this is a cutthroat league.”

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