Former Spurs defemder Ramon Vega has vented his frustration with the Tottenham Hotspur after their disappointing defeat to Brentford this afternoon.
In the final home game of the season, Tottenham appeared to be in control after 45 minutes with a stunning Harry Kane free-kick giving the Lilywhites the lead.
It was a far better performance than we have seen for a long time from Spurs, with free-flowing, attacking football on show and a real buzz around the Tottenham Hotspur stadium for once.
But that was all undone very quickly in the second half. Bryan Mbuemo scored two goals to give the away side the advantage after an hour, before Yoane Wissa secured all three points for the Bees in the final moments of the game.
A lacklustre display in the second half is ultimately symptomatic of a frustrating campaign for Spurs this year. The defeat leaves the club in eighth place in the Premier League, with any hopes of European football next season now looking less and less likely.
Spurs have just one game left this season, an away trip at Leeds United next weekend, before this disastrous campaign is brought to an end.
Taking to Twitter to share his feelings about the performance, Vega did not mince his words when it came to criticising the club.
He said: “This is the new Mickey Mouse Club. It’s not an offence against Walt Disney who created the real Mickey Mouse show that was entertaining but this performance is embarrassing and painful to watch. I feel sorry for the fans.”
This is the new Mickey Mouse Club. It’s not an offence against Walt Disney who created the real Mickey Mouse show that was entertaining but this performance is embarrassing 🙈and painful to watch. I feel sorry for the fans. https://t.co/uRgmiX7zG8
— Ramon Vega (@Ramon_Vega71) May 20, 2023
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I am simply devoid of any emotion when it comes to this club right now, and I’m sure many fans will join me on that.
I’m so far past disappointment and have now slipped into a state of apathy at what we’ve been witnessing. I cannot wait for this season to be over and to just start afresh next year with hopefully Daniel Levy and the board finally deciding that they need to make wholesale changes to move forward.
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