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Sunday, 7 August 2016

The feelgood factor

The feelgood factor

Michel Vorm spoke after the Inter Milan game, which Spurs won 6-1. It was a performance that showed some superb movement at times and was encouraging from our passing point of view, from how well Vincent Janssen slotted in and from the performance of individuals.

Vorm himself looked far more at ease with the sweeper keeper role coming out several times to kick or head away. Ryan Mason, although his detractors won't admit it, looked more like his old self. He was taking shots at one end as a forward running midfielder and making crucial tackles in our own area. One or two wayward passes, but it was much more the Mason we first saw.

It was only a friendly but it was a good workout against decent opposition. The feel good factor it gives the squad can only be a plus for the opening Premier League game as Vorm pointed out after the game.

“I think it's a great win. We dominated almost the whole game and scored some very good goals so I think we can be very pleased for all the guys. It's good for everyone to be honest, a very good result. We played two good games in Australia last week but with a different result and now we've played well, scored good goals and everybody took part in this game so that's very positive. Obviously we're almost at the start of the Premier League so I think it couldn't be better. 
“The good thing is that we know what we want, we know how we want to play so the only thing we can do is improve and get stronger physically and mentally for the first game against Everton. You also know that the Premier League is totally different to the friendlies in pre-season so even though we're happy about this result I think next week it's totally different so we're just going to work hard like we always do and make sure everybody is ready to get a good result at Everton."


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