Harry Redknapp tells White Hart Lane supporters to think before they moan.
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Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has responded to the club’s fans after his side were booed off following the 1-1 Premier League draw with Sunderland.
Spurs are down to sixth in the table after failing to win in their last four league games, although they beat Inter Milan 3-1 in the Champions League.
And Redknapp queried: “What have they got to moan about?
“They’ve seen some of the best football in recent times here, I don’t think anyone can be disappointed with us.”
“Anyone who enjoys watching football has to enjoy how we’re playing – I do for sure,” he continued. “We’re a really good team and we’ll go on to be fantastic one.
“We couldn’t have done any more. We couldn’t have tried any harder.”
And, sarcastically, he added: “They’ve [the supporters] had it so good over the years, you see. When you keep winning league championships every year, you get upset when you don’t win.” (BBC Sport)
In the very same interview Harry Redknapp stated that he doesn’t like to criticise referee’s, just over a week after he laid into, quite rightly, Mark Clattenburg for his Man United error. Anyway, we digress. He does seem to have a point. Tottenham didn’t lose and had plenty of the possession and had some good chances, so is it right for White Hart Lane supporters to boo?
The north London side have made great strides since Redknapp arrived and though their Premier League form has been patchy they are hardly having a horrendous time of it. They sit in sixth spot in the table after 12 games which is hardly worth moaning about.
What do Tottenham fans think about what their boss has said?