Dejan Kulusevski urges Tottenham fans to stand with the team
Spurs winger Dejan Kulusevski has reached out to the fans, urging them to maintain faith in the team despite their recent setback, marking their third consecutive defeat, this time against Aston Villa.
The match started positively for Spurs, securing an early lead with Giovani Lo Celso’s deflected strike. However, Aston Villa staged an impressive comeback, securing a 2-1 victory with goals from Pau Torres and Ollie Watkins. The defeat, coupled with Rodrigo Bentancur’s first-half injury, adds to the challenges faced by manager Ange Postecoglou, with Tottenham now experiencing a three-game losing streak after an initially unbeaten 10-game stretch under the new manager.
Speaking after the game, Kulusevski acknowledged the tough period the team is going through but emphasized the importance of unity and positivity. He urged the fans to stick with the team during this challenging spell, expressing confidence that success will come in the future if they continue their efforts.
“I really hope [they] stay with us because we will win in the future if we continue like this,”
“It is important that we stay together, everybody in this club, and outside is not important what anybody else says. Inside, everybody needs to have a positive energy and help us players, because we will bring them happiness.”
Deki stressed that maintaining a positive atmosphere is crucial for the players to overcome challenges and bring joy to the supporters.
With a depleted squad and upcoming challenging fixtures against Manchester City and Newcastle United, Tottenham face a crucial period in their season. Kulusevski’s call for unity and positivity echoes the sentiment that overcoming obstacles requires a collective effort from everyone associated with the club.
Rightly saying that external opinions are not significant, Kulusevski highlighted the need for everyone associated with the club to channel positive energy.
As Tottenham navigate a demanding period, Kulusevski’s plea resonates as a call for resilience and solidarity.
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With tough fixtures on the horizon, the Swede’s words serve as a rallying cry for the club and its supporters to weather the storm together and emerge stronger in the future.