Gareth Bale is delighted to see that Tottenham Hotspur have now reverted to an attacking style of football under Ange Postecoglou.

In an effort to see Spurs get over the line and win silverware, Daniel Levy and co went for some big-name managerial appointments in Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, who both came to the club with a glittering CV in terms of trophies.

The moves backfired with neither manager delivering success in N17, with their counter-attacking approach not sitting well with the Tottenham faithful.

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Gareth Bale is a fan of the Postecoglou turnaround

Spurs fans are now delighted that they have gone back to a high-octane, possession-based approach, with Postecoglou’s men playing some eye-catching football in their first four games of the season.

Bale, who was himself part of some entertaining Tottenham teams under Martin Jol and Harry Redknapp, is pleased with the developments that are now taking place at his former club.

When asked if he would have enjoyed playing in this current Spurs set-up, the Weslhman said (via The Evening Standard): “Yeah, definitely. It’s great to see. They’ve got the style back, I think that’s something the club were probably looking for as well. Hopefully, there’s still more to come from the team.”

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If there is one thing that we have learned from the failed Conte and Jose experiments, it is that Spurs should not sacrifice their DNA of playing front-foot, attacking football for anything, including a better chance of winning trophies.

At the end of the day, football is an escape from reality for most fans, and it makes a huge difference when supporters are actually looking forward to matches again as they are excited about the type of football that team would produce.

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