Report reveals quotes as Dier and Dele have heated argument in Amazon documentary

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Dom Le Roy

For those who are not looking for ‘All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur’ spoilers from the upcoming episodes of the Amazon documentary, look away now.

According to The Independent, Eric Dier and Dele Alli have a heated argument in the upcoming episodes of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur’, which eventually had to be broken up by Jose Mourinho.

The first six episodes of the documentary offer fans a glimpse into some fascinating moments from the difficult campaign the club endured last time out.

It looks as if the final three episodes of the series, which will come out on Monday, have some similarly controversial moments, including an argument inside the Tottenham dressing room after the Lilywhites’ loss to Wolves.

After they were turned over 3-2 by Nuno Espirito Santo’s side in February, Alli and Dier are reportedly filmed having a fierce disagreement about who is to blame for the loss.

Alli is filmed storming into the dressing room before shouting: “How the f*** did we lose that? It’s the f****** same every single game. They are the worst goals I have ever seen.”

The Spurs midfielder then throws his shin pad down on the floor in frustration before moaning: “Same problem.”

Eric Dier, clearly disagreeing with Dele’s outburst, then replies: “Del, why do you keep on saying these comments?”

DA: “Because nothing changes.”

ED: “Well put a name on them, yeah?”

Alli then informs Dier that he could name the “whole f****** team”.

Dier responds by accusing his friend of acting like “a spoilt kid”.

Mourinho then reportedly intervenes to break up the argument but admits that he is pleased to see the pair arguing after the defeat.

Spurs Web Opinion

These sorts of arguments are probably commonplace within changing rooms after defeats. However, just like the reaction to the Rose-Mourinho argument, I fear fans could read more into this than they should. That is always the risk of allowing a documentary like this.

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