‘Spurs seem like a bunch of spoiled children!’ – O’Hara hammers’average’ Tottenham gamers

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Jose Mourinho will have his job cut out this year based on a former participant, who’s less than pleased with their attitude and skill

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara has unleased on the team, announcing the squad is filled with”moderate” players that”seem like a bunch of spoiled children”. 

Spurs began their new year with a 1-0 loss to Everton with manager Jose Mourinho expressing his disappointment post-match and hitting at’idle’ players. 

Mourinho’s side confront Bulgarian club Lokomotiv Plovdiv at a Europa League qualifier on Thursday night following Tottenham could just secure sixth position from the Premier League last year. 

While the team are closing in on sealing the return of Gareth Bale, O’Hara considers Spurs face larger problems moving ahead together with the group lacking caliber and the perfect degree of desire. 

“They appear to be a bunch of spoiled kids! Get some characters and leaders in the camp and then pull your hands out – that can be Spurs Football Club you’re searching for,” O’Hara told talkSPORT.

“You go through this group: Davies, average; Alderweireld, average; Dier, under average; Doherty, only signed, adequate; Hojbjerg, typical; Winks, decent; Alli, moderate; Son, brilliant; Kane, brilliant; Lucas Moura, touch and move.

“We want centre-backs with speed. We have only signed Matt Doherty out of Wolves who was enjoying wing-back for many years; he isn’t a right-back, he is a wing-back.

“So if you’re going to play with him that high up the pitch you want two centre-halves that are really, very quick and very, very great one-on-one defenders, as they’re likely to get left vulnerable.

“You want to squeeze the pitch up and be courageous and press large up. Should they have done in done or behind over the top, that is on me I’m the gaffer.

“But I promise within the course of a year you’ll float a pitch enough to win back the ball more in high locations and be nearer together so that you’ll have the ability to control football games.

“They’re so stretched, it is unbelievable. I mean, anybody can play Spurs!” 

Following their mid-week battle in Bulgaria, Tottenham has to back up at the league on Sunday with an off match against Southampton. 

Spurs have been creating lots of information recently after the launch of the Amazon documentary’All or Nothing’, together with former director Mauricio Pochettino lately revealing he has just watched the first 25 moments. 

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