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    AVB's Post Match Comments Compared To Redknapp



    AVB's Post Match Comments Compared To Redknapp

    Post by Guest on Wed Feb 27 2013, 11:44

    What I really like about AVB's mentality is that he is a believer and far more positive in his remarks about our ambitions. We just beat West Ham and he is talking about building gaps against our nearest rivals. Ensuring we leave our opponents like Arsenal and Everton behind. The way he speaks tells you he fully believes we deserve to be in the top four and are good enough. He has conviction.

    Go back twelve months and the remarks from Harry were more take it or leave it. "We'll give it a go...". "It's going to be tough...". "There's so many top teams around us..."

    The reaction of the players going to AVB after "that goal" tonight proves unquestionably that we have a very happy dressing room.

    Re: AVB's Post Match Comments Compared To Redknapp

    Post by vis on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:35

    Lought it ain't often I will stick up for Redknapp but I have to say different managers have different ways of managing expectation. I disliked Redknapp the meeja whore and his tacky sound bites but his comments on where we may, or may not, finish last season were (in my opinion) his way of dealing with things. AVB has infinitely more class then him, and also many other managers in the Premier league when it comes to dealing with the press, but Redknapp knew his own limitations (and personnel agenda [Ing-Ger-Land job etc]- again my opinion)and done it his way. Fair play but I so prefer AVB's decorum, spirit and positive vibe . . . . .

    “I have been here since I was a boy, I have always considered it my Club and have always found it hard to imagine wearing the shirt of another team," Ledley King 2012 (any Spurs fan would say the same)

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