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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Redknapp wrong over Dier


In marketing, both online and offline, for people to take notice of you, you have to be different, you have to stand out from the crowd.

It's why, although I don't agree with a certain other website who doesn't appear to support Tottenham, I understand where they are coming from. He is more interested in bums on seats than supporting Tottenham. Each to his own.

Jamie Redknapp is applying the same approach when he suggests that Eric Dier has lost confidence because of the arrival of Victor Wanyama. Did he think he was the only quality player in his position? No, of course he didn't.

His poor England display is down to those around him not understanding how to play the system he plays each week at Tottenham. You can rest assured that when he plays for Spurs he will look a different player. he wasn't playing badly when he was playing alongside Wanyama before the injury that has seen him miss a couple of weeks.

He is simply another of our players who needed a rest after the summer exertions and fatigue caused a muscle injury. Jordan Henderson made an horrendous mistake too, as did Gary Cahill charging out and committing himself to a ball he was never going to get. John Stones made his usual calamitous mistake as well. Are they all affected by the arrival of a player as well?

Young Redknapp is merely making comments to make himself heard.



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  2. Sorry, but this time I disagree.
    We beat ManC because we pressed as usual but moved the ball quickly and took it forward. It was the only time, other than Stoke, we had done so.
    Dier is slow, slow, slow on the ball and the majority of his passing is safety-first sideways and backwards, which has been synonimous with most of our games. That allows teams to organise and pack their defences, giving Kane or Janssen little opportunity to even shoot, let alone score.
    Dier's a good footballer but his game needs to adapt if Spurs are going to continue with their fast pace game, which you would assume will be the case.
    The Man City game saw Wanyama and even Alderweireld making runs with the ball.
    At this stage, and evidenced in the Slovenia game, Dier is a yard off the pace.
    I'm so tired of watching him give an innocuous sideways pass, then point to where that player should send it.
    Be brave and do it yourself, Eric.

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  3. Sorry, but this time I disagree.
    We beat ManC because we pressed as usual but moved the ball quickly and took it forward. It was the only time, other than Stoke, we had done so.
    Dier is slow, slow, slow on the ball and the majority of his passing is safety-first sideways and backwards, which has been synonimous with most of our games. That allows teams to organise and pack their defences, giving Kane or Janssen little opportunity to even shoot, let alone score.
    Dier's a good footballer but his game needs to adapt if Spurs are going to continue with their fast pace game, which you would assume will be the case.
    The Man City game saw Wanyama and even Alderweireld making runs with the ball.
    At this stage, and evidenced in the Slovenia game, Dier is a yard off the pace.
    I'm so tired of watching him give an innocuous sideways pass, then point to where that player should send it.
    Be brave and do it yourself, Eric.

    ReplyDelete

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