‘Leave with some dignity’ – Some Spurs fans react to Europa League humiliation

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Dom Le Roy

Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration after watching their side suffer Europa League humiliation.

After witnessing a toothless performance in the North London defeat to Arsenal on Sunday, Tottenham’s best chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League looked to rest upon lifting the Europa League.

Jose Mourinho’s side carried a two-goal advantage into their second leg tie against Dinamo Zagreb and failed to turn up, allowing the Croatian’s to cause something of an upset after winning the leg 3-0 following extra time.

Some supporters have claimed that they have seen enough of Mourinho’s reign in North London and want to see the Portuguese be given his marching orders by chairman Daniel Levy.

Despite playing a strong starting eleven, including top scorer Harry Kane, Spurs have once again failed to live up to their billing.

Below is a selection of what the fans have had to say.

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  1. Dear Sir,
    Thank you for taking responsibility for this embarrassment. When a team loses everybody around the pitch at that particular
    game are responsible. This is not the first time this type of display has been witnessed. The fact that it has not been remedied is blamed on the coaching staff. I do not believe in chopping and changing coaches. This issue of playing on the back foot and not closing down the opposition needs to be addressed immediateely. Football is not a complicated game. You lose the ball, you fight to win it back. You win it back you keep possession. Movement off the ball when the ball is won is vitally important. Herein lies the problem. A simple throw in takes to long. Goal keeper takes to long to get the team moving. Change this goalkeeper he very seldom finds our players. The backline needs to start passing
    the ball forward instead of sideways. Pick the team who can achieve this. Motivate the players from the sideline demand that the game plan is met. This is your job. The players must do their job.

  2. I am 59 year old man, what I see last night was rubbish
    I think I could do better, some of them players are not worthy of the spurs shirt


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