Report: Spurs players launch own internal inquest after Bayern thrashing

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While Tottenham’s poor start to the season was raising several eyebrows, the 7-2 humiliation against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night was a new low for the side and has got many fans seriously concerned.

The defeat, which was the heaviest suffered at home in the club’s 137-year history, has been met with anger and disbelief by some Spurs fans on social media, with many questioning the players’ desire and mentality.

A report in the Evening Standard has now claimed that the Spurs players held their own inquest after the game as Pochettino decided to give them the silent treatment.

The Spurs manager confirmed in the post-match press conference that he didn’t say anything to the players after the game since their wounds were still raw (Football.London).

However, it appears that didn’t stop Tottenham’s stars from having their own meeting where they questioned each other. This reportedly went on straight after the match was over with the players remaining in the dressing room for a long time.

Spurs Web Opinion

There have been suggestions by some fans that some of our first team players don’t care about the club. I fail to see any evidence to support such an extreme statement. It was just a few days ago that the players displayed fantastic character and desire to get the three points against Southampton despite playing with ten men for over an hour. I believe the players will be hurting badly after Tuesday night’s humiliation.

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  1. There’s a big difference between giving people the silent treatment and not wanting to talk about it until the next day when you’ve had the chance to sleep on it and think it over.


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