Ange Postecoglou FUMES at Tottenham fans for cheering on Man City against their own team to deny Arsenal the Premier League title

Tottenham Hotspur’s weekend defeat to Manchester City wasn’t just a bad result on the pitch, it exposed some deep-seated issues at the club, according to Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou.

The Aussie gaffer was left fuming, not just by the 2-0 loss, but by the reaction of some Spurs fans. During the match, a section of the home crowd sang a song aimed at their bitter rivals Arsenal, seemingly more interested in seeing the Gunners lose the title race than their own team win.

Postecoglou, a fiery character known for his straight talking, didn’t hold back. He called out the mentality within the club, suggesting Spurs need a major shift in attitude if they want to compete with the likes of Manchester City.

“The fans can sing whatever they want,” he said, “but the last 48 hours have shown me some cracks in the foundations at Tottenham. It seems I need to go back to the drawing board on a few things.”

Postecoglou even admitted he might have misread the situation at Spurs. “Maybe I was wrong about what’s important to the fans,” he confessed. “But for me, it’s all about winning. That’s why I’m here.”

He refused to elaborate on the specific areas he wants to address, but it’s clear that the entire club culture, from top to bottom, is under his microscope.

One thing’s for sure, Spurs fans can expect a more demanding and ambitious boss next season. Whether they’ll be on board with his vision remains to be seen.

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