Did we see the ‘real Spurs’ in their 4-1 win against Newcastle? | The Football Show

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Stephen Warnock and Sue Smith analyise yesterday’s Super Sunday fixture between Tottenham and Newcastle.

Richarlison scored twice as Spurs ended their five-game winless run with a scintillating 4-1 thrashing of top-four rivals Newcastle at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Making his first start since October, Richarlison converted a Heung-Min Son cross from close range for his first goal then added his second from a looping Pedro Porro pass in the second half.

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35 thoughts on “Did we see the ‘real Spurs’ in their 4-1 win against Newcastle? | The Football Show

  1. Going out of League Cup was best thing to happen to Spurs. It allowed more time on practice pitch and rested players. Look at Newcastle? Absolutely shattered and have a League Cup quarter final coming up. Leicester went out of both cups at first hurdle and no Europe, look what happened to them. No injuries helped them also.

  2. I’m a Spurs fan and I understand media need to come up with storylines. Ange would be the first to say we still don’t know who the “real” Spurs are. This is going to be a process and will likely take a few transfers windows at least before we know who the real spurs are.

    And the pundits who talk about how poorly they’ve played recently they really need to understand they are without several key players due to injuries and at the time a dumb suspension by Romero.

    A healthy Spurs team has a great starting 11 but a few injuries changes everything. Depth is sorely needed. And time.

  3. The chair of this panel is poorly informed. For goodness sake, as a result of the decimation of the playing list in the game against Chelsea, Spurs lost (through injury) Van der Ven, Maddison and others. If you lose 3 or your 4 backs, all teams will falter. Spurs is now getting a few players back and they will improve.

  4. Spurs were good against Chelsea until the loss of key players, dominated the supposed form team Aston Villa and had by far the better of the Hammers. The results didn't reflect the way the team played so it is a bit inaccurate to suggest that Spurs were in a slump.

  5. And when Maddison comes back and also Van De Ven you have a premier league winning team.
    Ange is getting more transfer windows as well.
    Within two seasons they will win premier league. Imagine if Kane comes back and plays with Maddison and Son with Vicario, Poro and Van De Ven. Dont forgot Udogie

  6. He will not look back at the carabao cup. Ange used the time to train the team in his method and get up to speed quicker. It was tactical and I really feel he has no regrets about dropping out of the cup. He'll try for it next year.

  7. who the focaccia actually cares about the Carribou cup?! so ridiculous. Spurs haven’t won a trophy since 1991 – vale Terry Venebles – and the joke about resting nine players to draw vs Fulham (1-1 away who we now know aren’t half bad) is soooooooo ridiculous. Newcastle vs Man City a week later saw them rest 8 and 10 players respectively yet nobody mentions Pep doing the wrong thing because they lost. it’s a meaningless nothing, not a trophy. Growing up in Melbourne like Ange, the FA Cup will be high on his list because in the 70s and 80s it meant something. They’ll win the Premiership in three years 🙏

  8. with the Carabao Cup loss, the transfer window wasn't yet closed and he needed to play players in the squad who'd not really featured to see where they were at in case he needed to ship them out and potentially bring in further replacements.

  9. Spurs fan, loved Big Ange getting appointment as I live in Scotland. There were so many doubters but I knew this is what we would be getting.

    Injuries and suspensions have knocked us off the top of the table but there were always going to setbacks and mistakes made.

    Can't wait to see us next season when Ange has more players in and more time.

    Good punditary here too, I really like Stephen Warnock's opinions. His view on Trippier having to face Son was probably spot on! 👍

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