Tottenham need to forget about trophies… This is heartbreaking,Fans left stunned after pundit name the Reason why Tottenham will will not make Top 4

Jamie O’Hara had a controversial take on Tottenham Hotspur’s 16-year lengthy trophy drought.

The ex-Spurs star made 56 appearances for the club and scored seven goals from 2007 to 2010 before joining Wolves in 2011 for £3.5million.

While hanging up his boots in 2020 after a stint as a player/manager for Billericay Town, the 37-year-old has remained a loyal Tottenhamfan and regularly shows his fandom for the Premier League club in his role as a pundit for talkSPORT.

Like many other Spurs fans, O’Hara has enjoyed the new-look team put together by manager Ange Postecoglou in what has been a pleasant season thus far in North London as the club sit fourth in the Premier League table.

The former midfielder sounded off on what he’s seen from the club so far and how much the morale has been lifted among the supporters following last year’s disaster campaign during an exclusive interview with Daily Star Sport via Grosnevor Sport.

“This season has been a breath of fresh air,” O’Hara said. “You know, It feels like the feel-good factor is back at the football club, I think Ange has done a brilliant job in terms of just changing the mentality of how we want to play football and playing a bit more exciting.”

In just his debut season, Postecoglou has won over the Spurs faithful and his progressive way of playing and genuineness has O’Hara convinced he’s the future of the club. “I’d like to see Ange at this football club for 4 or 5 seasons,” he remarked. “Stick with him. He seems like a great guy, you know. And you know, if we don’t get to a final for a couple of seasons or get near a final, then you know it’s fine.”

While Tottenham have certainly made improvements from last season, the club look destined for another trophy-less season after getting bounced out of both domestic cups before February which makes it 16 years since their last honour.

However, O’Hara has urged the club to “forget about trophies” insisting that they’re hard to win with the amount of talented football clubs in the country. “Spurs need to forget about the trophy rubbish,” he urged.

“And of course we want to win trophies. Everyone wants to win trophies. You know it’s a monkey on our back that we haven’t won one for ages But at the end of the day, it’s not easy to win.

“You got Man City and you got Liverpool in the league. You know Arsenal are a top side. It’s not. They’re all top sides now. Even West Ham win trophies, there are so many good teams. It’s not easy to get it over the line. Ange is a top top manager. We’re lucky we got him.”


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