Premier league news Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news

MetiNews.Com - Here's every single word Ben Davies said ahead of Tottenham Hotspur's Europa League round of 32 tie against Wolfsberger AC

Premier league news Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news

MetiNews.Com - Here's every single word Ben Davies said ahead of Tottenham Hotspur's Europa League round of 32 tie against Wolfsberger AC

Premier league news  Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news
23 February 2021 - 16:30

Breaking News ! Can you shed some light on Gareth Bale's situation as someone who knows him best? I think for me I'll never have any doubts about Gareth Bale, having played with him and seen how good he can be. I feel like there's kind of a narrative around him that one week he's brilliant and one week he's not. It doesn't matter that he hasn't played a lot of football in the last year or so. He has to build his way back in. I thought when he played against West Ham at the weekend he was probably our best player. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now So for me there's no doubt that Gareth Bale's quality is there and we'll see it. We saw from the Prime Minister a roadmap which sees fans coming back for the last game of the Premier League and the Euros? As long as it's all safe and has been thought through, then as players that's where we're desperate to get back to, to see as many people safely back in stadiums as we can. Jose Mourinho is in a defiant mood, how has he been with the players this week? He's been great with us this week. Obviously it's challenging when you're not on a great run of results but we have to stand up and fight and put your best foot forward in every game and that starts tomorrow night. Can you put your finger on what's gone wrong since being top of the table? It's obviously not how we wanted it to go at this stage of the season. We were doing really well and it hasn't gone the way we wanted right now, but I think in football it can be tough at times and you have tough periods. We need to stand up as players, be reflective on why it's going wrong and really stand up to the pressure. We know it's know where we wanted to be and the results aren't what are wanted but now it's time to try to turn that around. Read More Related Articles Every word Mourinho said about Daniel Levy, Bale, Alderweireld and passionate speech about job Read More Related Articles Tottenham midfielder shares update on Giovani Lo Celso that will make fans happy Is the Europa League the team's best chance of Champions League qualification? It is a clear avenue for us, we want to win this competition and given his pedigree and winning nature we want to win it. Every one of these is a cup final for us. We have a lead going into the game but we can't take it for granted, it is going to be tough. As far as the league is concerned, it is a very strange season, teams are dropping points across the board. We haven't been on the best run but we are not a million miles away from it and we have seen how things can change quickly. Jose said that he did something a bit different and took the whole squad back to the training ground after the West Ham game to analyse it, have you ever done that before? You get it out of your system, it is not a clear the air, but it is an understanding of where we can improve, what we did well and where we can learn from each game. When you lose games it is more than anything a chance to learn from it, develop and see where you went wrong and hopefully we can do that starting from tomorrow. What concerns do you have about fans coming back to stadiums? I guess there are two sides. From the players' perspective we are still doing everything we were doing when football first returned from the sense of we are socially distanced everywhere apart from the training pitch we have to wear masks going into every meeting, every dressing room, going into every game, we have to produce negative tests to play. I don't think that will change any time soon, I think we will continue to follow those protocols as long as we can. From our side it doesn't make too much difference from what was said yesterday. From the fans' side, as players you just want them back as soon as possible. And they have to follow whatever guidelines the government has put in place and whether stadiums and clubs are able to adapt to what is being asked of them. Read More Related Articles The three crucial matches for Mourinho's Tottenham future and centre-back decision he must make Read More Related Articles Tottenham player ratings: Gareth Bale looking sharp but defence still a big problem Can the players have any input? I don't know what level of input we could really have.

. How important is the Europa League, can you use it to lift morale? Yeah for sure. Always after a defeat you want to get that next game as quick as possible and try to get a positive result. We started well last week, we're on the front foot in this game, and if we can put another good positive performance in tomorrow, it stands us in good stead going into the weekend's game. Sign up for the Tottenham newsletter for all your latest transfer news In each football.london Tottenham bulletin, we'll bring you the latest breaking news, transfer features and comment pieces, as well as the key talking points for fans. You won't miss a thing - you'll get all the Spurs news you need right to your inbox. We'll also send special newsletters when big stories break or there's a special event happening. And with the January transfer window now open there's plenty of content to get your teeth into. How do you sign up? It's easy and only takes seconds. Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article - or any article in the Spurs section of football.london in fact - labelled 'Get the biggest daily stories by email' and click 'Subscribe'. And that's it, you're all set. If you decide later you no longer wish to receive the emails, hit the unsubscribe link in the newsletters - but we don't think you'll want to. For more details, click here. How different is Jose to work with compared to people's expectations? This is my first experience with... obviously this is the first time I've worked under Jose Mourinho and somebody with his footballing CV and his pedigree in the game, what he's won, it's his way of working, and as players we have to buy into that. You could have said two months ago that we were looking like we were on top of the world. This is football, I think you'll always have different managers with different ways of working, you'll always have different results, and different periods of challenges along the way. He will set us up the way that he wants to, we have full respect and belief in the way that he's working, and as players it's up to us to stand up, really, we've got to put our best foot forwards, as best as we can. Is he less fiery than you thought he would be? No not at all. He's desperate to win. That rubs off on players, definitely. Like I said, he's got an amazing pedigree, he's won everything that there possibly is to be won, and as players you can only thrive off that.

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Premier league news Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news


Premier league news Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news


Premier league news Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news


Premier league news Every word Ben Davies said on how Mourinho has been in training and Bale Last spor news

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