Serge Aurier has become the latest Tottenham Hotspur player to take to social media to send a message to the club’s supporters.
The Ivorian was suspended for the trip to Brighton after picking up two yellow cards in the 2-1 win against Southampton.
Aurier, who had one of his worst games in a Spurs shirt during the 7-2 defeat to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night has called for the help of the club’s ‘real fans’ to help return to winning ways. However, confidence remains high with many including moplay sign up offers still believing that Tottenham can qualify for the next round of the Champions League.
The right-back decided not to allow any comments on his post on Instagram and follows in the footsteps of Moussa Sissoko who posted a heartfelt plea to the North London faithful on Saturday.
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There are times when nothing smiles on you hiding and crying is not the best solution is like his life! the only thing to do is to work twice as much as you did to get results! So we are going to fight together as one man! we will get back to the top but only with the help of all our real fans who believe in us very soon ?? #Coys
While the gesture from Aurier is certainly appreciated, the former PSG player needs to look in the mirror after how he performed against Bayer Munich, his defensive positioning allowed Serge Gnabry to run riot in the second half.
While the Spurs fans will get behind the team once again against Watford, Aurier needs to step up to the plate and perform to the standards expected of him.
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