Jamie O’Hara rants over Ange Postecoglou’s ‘gung-ho’ tactics and names Tottenham players who should be axed
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Jamie O’Hara rants over Ange Postecoglou’s ‘gung-ho’ tactics and names Tottenham players who should be axed

Nov 12, 2023

Jamie O’Hara was left fuming after Tottenham’s collapse against Wolves on Saturday.

Spurs conceded two goals in added time to lose 2-1 to Gary O’Neil’s team at Molinenux.

Postecoglou has now lost back-to-back Premier League games

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Postecoglou has now lost back-to-back Premier League gamesCredit: Getty

Ange Postecoglou was without star players like James Maddison and Micky van de Ven, who were injured, while Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie were suspended.

It is now back-to-back defeats for Tottenham, who slipped down to third place in the table.

Ex-Spurs star O’Hara lamented the tactics employed by Postecoglou that he felt ultimately led to their defeat.

He told talkSPORT: “I’m all for the ‘this is the way we are and this is what we’re going to do and this is how we’re going to play’ and I get that.

“But you’re not playing in Scotland and you’re Celtic and you’re the best team and the rest of the teams are dog. 

“You’re playing against top sides. Wolves are a good team at home, they’ve got some good players and a good manager. 

“If you just keep making stupid mistakes and you keep playing this gung-ho football and trying to win it, a point’s not a bad result. 

“The players on the bench who have had to come in and play aren’t good enough.

O'Hara was not impressed with Spurs' performance

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O’Hara was not impressed with Spurs’ performanceCredit: talkSPORT
O'Hara wants Dier out of Spurs

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O’Hara wants Dier out of SpursCredit: Getty

“Ben Davies is okay and he will do a job, but he’s not a centre half. Eric Dier made two mistakes and is in no man’s land for both goals. I don’t know where he’s trying to go. 

“We should have got rid of him in the summer, no one wanted him and he ended up back in the team and this is the problem. 

“These players you’ve been trying to get rid of, they end up playing again.”

Tottenham could slip further down the table if Liverpool beat Brentford on Sunday and could head into the international break in fourth.


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