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More Praise for Postecoglou as Spurs Grab Another Win

Tottenham’s new boss, Ange Postecoglou, is getting praise for his impressive start to life in the Premier League. Lets take a closer look…

Tottenham’s new boss, Ange Postecoglou, is getting praise for his impressive start to life in the Premier League. 

Tottenham fans who’ve been regulars in the ticket marketplace are finally seeing strings of successful gameplan under Postecoglou’s guidance, including a dramatic comeback win against Sheffield United.

The 58-year-old received the  Premier League’s Manager of the Month award in his first month in charge and is also on the shortlist of the FIFA Best Men’s Coach of the Year. 

He excels as an honest and straightforward coach who has grabbed the attention of the pundits and the fans. 

For Tottenham fans who spend countless hours searching for options in the ticket marketplace, they won’t ask for too much – they would want their team to fight for a much-needed silverware. 

A trophy is still waiting. Still, the trajectory the new manager is on is impressive. 

Although Tottenham’s recent victory over Sheffield United wasn’t their stellar performance, their resilience and spirit have shone through under Postecoglou’s leadership. 

The late-game heroics by Richarlison, a striker who had been struggling, highlighted the team’s fighting spirit.

Postecoglou’s success at Tottenham is a significant achievement for Australian soccer and coaching. 

Earlier, there was a clear distinction in coaches, and it was a natural bias that elite football was limited to Europe and South Africa. 

Postecoglou’s inclusion has shifted the notion, and now it is shaping Australia’s and soccer’s growing prominence.

Postecoglou’s impact goes beyond the pitch, as he is helping to fill a void in Australian men’s soccer talent. While Australia boasts world-class female soccer players like Sam Kerr, the men’s game has seen a talent gap compared to past generations. 

Postecoglou’s rapid rise to prominence in the Premier League is a beacon of hope for Australian soccer fans.

The manager’s next challenge will be to lead Tottenham in a north London derby against Arsenal and a matchup against Liverpool, which will provide further insight into the team’s progress under his guidance. At a time when Liverpool is regaining their form, Tottenham can be worthy of crafting an upset. 

Tottenham fans looking for options in the ticket marketplace will be eager to see what the manager has in store for these two games. 

If Postecoglou can secure a victory against Arsenal, he will become even more beloved among Tottenham fans.

Fans love Brennan Johnson

Brennan Johnson’s Premier League debut for Tottenham Hotspur has generated considerable excitement among the club’s supporters. Johnson debuted during a match against Sheffield United, coming on as a substitute in the 80th minute when Tottenham was trailing 1-0. 

Although he had a goal disallowed, Tottenham eventually secured a dramatic 2-1 victory with two stoppage-time goals.

The young midfielder’s brief appearance has garnered widespread praise from Spurs fans, who eagerly anticipate more opportunities to see him in action. Some fans have even compared Johnson and Dele Alli during his prime, highlighting the excitement and expectation surrounding the young talent.

Spurs make a stand for Wes Foderingham 

After the Sheffield game that ended in favour of Tottenham, there have been racist abuse directed at Sheffield’s goalkeeper, and both clubs have issued a clear statement condemning the acts. 

Foderingham revealed on social media that he had received racist and abusive messages from an opposition fan following the match between the two teams, in which Tottenham secured a 2-1 victory.

Sheffield United stated they “condemn the racist, abusive, and threatening messages” sent to Foderingham and pledged to work with relevant authorities to investigate and support the player. 

The Spurs also expressed their disgruntled on the abuse and emphasized their firm stance against discrimination. They also committed to cooperating fully with Sheffield United and relevant organizations in investigating the incident.

Gift Orban Deal still open 

The scouts from Spurs were quite impressed by what Gen striker Gift Orban had to offer during the summer transfer window. Many fans who are the usuals for Spurs tickets in the ticket marketplace were almost sure that Orban was heading to London. 

But, with time running out and the Kane deal getting done in the final few days, it was officially off.  But in January, the club will consider a fresh deal. 

This comes after the departure of Harry Kane to Bayern Munich for £100 million in the summer.

Orban, a 21-year-old Nigerian striker, has garnered attention for his impressive attributes, including electric pace, acceleration, and superb finishing ability. In 55 professional appearances, he has scored 45 goals and provided nine assists.

While Gent is asking over £26 million for Orban in the summer, it’s possible that Tottenham’s stance can change in January. 

Spurs are exploring various striking options, including signing Orban or other forwards.

While Orban may not be a ready-made replacement for Harry Kane, his potential and goal-scoring ability make him an intriguing prospect for the future. Tottenham scouts are keeping a close eye on his development.

Son and the team backs Richarlison 

Richarlison’s match-winning cameo against Sheffield United was a welcome boost for the Brazilian, who has had a tough few months.

Son Heung-min says that everyone at the club is “standing behind” Richarlison and that they were delighted to see him score his first home League goal.

Richarlison came off the bench to equalize before setting up Dejan Kulusevski’s 100th-minute winner. Spurs came from behind to beat the Blades 2-1 in the latest-ever comeback in Premier League history.

“Not only me, everyone in the squad and club was very happy for him,” Son said. “It was tough for him, and we all hoped that this game would help his confidence. He changed the whole game. That’s what we were waiting for.”

“Richy, [like] probably everyone, is not happy when not in the starting XI, but we know how important it is to come on and change the game like he did or Ivan [Perisic], Brennan [Johnson], Emerson [Royal], Pierre [Hojbjerg]. Everyone did an excellent job.”

“It’s important to keep an eye on it. Everyone is very happy for him.”

Son’s comments come after Richarlison revealed midweek that he would seek “psychological help” following a turbulent five months away from the pitch.

The Brazilian has been struggling with his form and fitness since joining Spurs from Everton in the summer, and he has also been dealing with some personal issues.

However, his performance against Sheffield United showed that he is slowly returning to his best, and Son believes he can be a valuable asset to the team.

“Richy is a really strong guy, a good character and can always bounce back strong. But when you have a tough time, you need good people around you,” Son said.

“I always try to be a friend to him, and if he needs anything, I can help him with my experience or playing skills. Everyone is standing behind him helping. He did an amazing job for this club.”

Richarlison’s performance against Sheffield United also showed the growing togetherness in the Tottenham dressing room.

Rifts and divisions have plagued the club recently, but Son believes that the new-look squad under Ange Postecoglou is starting to become a real team.

“We are still on the way. Obviously, big games, especially like Saturday, make it tighter and closer as a group,” Son added.

“But you can’t compare to the real family, but we are getting tight in the changing rooms.

Everyone is working for each other, running for each other, and fighting for each other. If someone comes off, you give a handoff, and everyone is happy to do that. 

That makes us really strong as a team and as a group. We’re getting really close. We hope we can be even tighter than this.”

If Tottenham can continue to build on the togetherness they have shown in the early stages of the season, then they could be a force to be reckoned with this year.

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