Jose Mourinho must harness frustration to turn it around as anger grows for struggling Tottenham  


Jose Mourinho must use frustration to reverse it as the anger grows for wrestling Tottenham

  • It seems that anger is the only emotion felt in Tottenham Hotspur from the end
  • Spurs boss Jose Mourinho is angry, Eric Dier is angry and the fans are angry
  • The Portuguese must use that anger and use it to form to rotate

Anger is the only energy Tottenham have left while trying to save their miserable season in Leipzig tomorrow night.

Jose Mourinho is angry with Tanguy Ndombele, Eric Dier is angry with fans and Spurs players were angry with everyone else in a heated rest period on Saturday in Turf Moor.

They ended with four bookings because they fought back from 1-0 down, but still have not won in five games and have difficult games, starting with the Champions League .

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<p> <noscript> <img id= Jose Mourinho directed his anger at Tanguy Ndombele his poor 45 minutes in Burnley

& # 39; All players were angry with the performance of the first half. Of course we expected more. We have to show more, "skipper Hugo Lloris admitted.

" We made a plan, but knew that we had to respond when we gave in the first goal. That's what the gaffer did during the break and it worked well. We stopped the negative run, but of course it is not enough. & # 39;

Mourinho was appointed to end the Tottenham drought in November, so far not so good. from the FA Cup to wrestle Norwich, are eighth in the league with Manchester United next and follow Leipzig with 1-0 for their final-16 second stage.

Optimists will imagine Amsterdam's miracle remember last season when Spurs threw the same deficit to reach the Champions League final, but Lloris does not believe in sentimentality.

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<p> <noscript> <img id= Eric Dier & # 39; s anger boiled over in midweek when he climbed the crowd to challenge a fan

& # 39; That game belongs in the past. We have to write a new story, & he warned. & # 39; I am not surprised that Leipzig is fighting for the Bundesliga title. We have to go there and make the perfect game.

"We must be ready for this fight. It is hard, but we are still alive, even though the confidence is not there. & # 39;

Mourinho blamed Tottenham & # 39; s terrible 45-minute opening at Turf Moor for staff, notably Ndombele, instead of his own decision to play 3 -4-3, an experiment that he left halfway.

Creating a siege mentality is what he did during his career. If that old hat sound was during the Klopp-Guardiola, it won't stop him now, especially with Harry Kane and Son Heung-min injured.

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<p> <noscript> <img id= The Portuguese also sought his tough love for Steven Bergwijn who hobbled off at Burnley

& # 39; We have two choices: go to Leipzig and win or go and lose but give everything. Tired, injured, give everything, & he said.

Steven Bergwijn, who bumped around the field for the last few minutes on Saturday, is the last recipient of the hard love of his manager. & # 39; Let's see if he makes the effort, & # 39; the manager challenged when asked about the availability of the Dutchman for Germany.

How the Spurs fans would like to see a player like Burnley Dwinger McNeil play in their books.

The 20-year-old was the best player on the field and set the opening goal for Chris Wood after 13 minutes of watching England manager Gareth Southgate before Dele equalized a penalty early in the second half.

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McNeil has started 48 of the last 49 Premier League games and cannot lose when the next international team is named later this month. He either wins a first senior call-up or gets an emotional buzz when playing the Under 21s on Turf Moor, with Burnley organizing the game against Turkey on March 30.

He enjoys life and manager Sean Dyche thinks he should show it more. "He always tells me to smile more. Every day in training, "McNeil revealed. & # 39; He often calls me & # 39; Smiler & # 39;. & # 39;

Dyche thinks McNeil is knocking on the door of full recognition from England. "If it were me, I'd consider him," said the Clarets boss, whose side is unbeaten in seven Premier League games.



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Wales keen to harness ‘hostile’ Cardiff atmosphere against France, says Jake Ball


& # 39; It can be quite hostile … we can use it to our advantage & # 39 ;: Wales Lock Jake Ball warns inexperienced side of France that they are ready to take advantage of the Cardiff atmosphere for their Six Nations campaign to get back on track

  • Wales is determined to inflict a first defeat against Six Nations 2020 on France
  • The visitors to Cardiff have so far been undefeated after the victories of England and Italy
  • Wayne Pivac's side would like to have experience counting against young opponents

France must expect an intimidating atmosphere in Cardiff on Saturday against a side of Wales with the intention of putting pressure on their inexperienced side.

Les Bleus have been unbeaten in the tournament so far after victories against England and Italy at home.

But since 2010, the Welsh have not lost any more in France in their capital – and since 2017 no-one anymore – so the youngsters of Fabien Galthie warned of a tough test.

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Lock Jake Ball said: “It is a great place to play, but it can also be quite hostile and we can use that to benefit or r .

& # 39; They have two home games, two wins, but this is the first away game, so it's the opportunity for us to put them under pressure.

& # 39; When you & # 39; you don't hear the crowd en masse on the field.

& # 39; Sometimes during those important moments of the game, when there is a break in the game, maybe a penalty kick to the corner, you hear it and you feel that energy. There is no doubt that it is an advantage.

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<p> <noscript> <img id= Fabien Galthie & # 39; s youngsters have both opened matches of the 2020 Six Nations Nations

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& You are extremely proud of playing at home. Every time you put on the shirt, you feel proud and know what it's like when you lose a game, you don't leave the house, it's a terrible feeling.

& # 39; So only the feeling you have to win and the pleasure you get from it is a huge part of why I play the game. & # 39;

Wales only lost back-to-back Six Nations games under Warren Gatland three times, so with the new man Wayne Pivac in the lead they hope to show similar resilience after their loss to Ireland.

& # 39; The core of the team is the same, there have not been many changes, & Ball added.

& # 39; So we all die to have a great win over the weekend and train like that. We had a very good day today and we are being pumped up for France at the weekend. & # 39;

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SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: Eddie Jones must harness all the anger from Saracens salary cap affair


SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: Eddie Jones must use all the excitement and anger of Saracens salary cap affair when England meets again for Six Nations

  • England head coach Eddie Jones must be wary of the Saracens affair
  • The team of England meets this week before the 2020 Six Nations
  • Saracens players are probably involved, alongside players from rivals Exeter

Make no mistake, English rugby is in rep and stir after the injured Saracen salary cap affair. And with harsh words and accusations flying around, there are people who are concerned that this could destroy the England team in the Six Nations .

On the contrary, I believe that this is exactly what England needs. There is a famous business and political maxim – never waste a good crisis – and that is the ultra-positive approach Eddie Jones must use the friction when his team meets this week to electroplate an England team that desperately needs to be fired before their opener against France in Paris.

The Saracens players – the backbone of the English team for five or six years – have been labeled cheats by many and must now play alongside colleagues from Exeter, a club that is particularly outspoken in their criticism of Saracens.

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That is a decision that will undoubtedly cost people jobs at Saracens and not just the players.

So a lot of testosterone will fly around in the coming weeks, but as a coach I would embrace and use that. Tension, anger and fear can sometimes be a solution for a coach, if used correctly.

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There were many times when I was in charge of England when, for example, the players of Leicester and Wasps barely spoke to each other or went to each other in training.

Their rivalry was intense, to say the least, but in the long run it was our side.

Things happen and need to be addressed. We once had the division of the players and as a team from England we had to fight against the clubs to gain access to the players, giving them the feeling that they had to serve two masters.

Head coaches must handle things like this; it is what they are paid for.

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<p> <noscript> <img id= English players look crestfallen after the losing the Rugby World Cup Final against South Africa

I wrote how I worried about England because of their shameful no-show in the World Cup Final.

But not now. I expect England to crackle with energy this week and the coming months. Some of their sessions will be very tasty.

The men of the Saracens will have the bit between their teeth and everyone too.



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Tony Bellew backs Anthony Joshua to harness fear factor in Andy Ruiz Jnr rematch 


& # 39; Your career is at stake, if he loses again, it's over: & # 39; Tony Bellew supports Anthony Joshua to exploit the fear factor in Andy Ruiz Jnr rematch

  • Tony Bellew says Fear of Failure will help Anthony Joshua reclaim his world titles
  • A rematch with new champion Andy Ruiz Jnr is scheduled for November
  • Bellew urges Joshua not underestimate the underdog in the defeat of New York
  • The former cruise weight champion believes that Joshua should use his jab to win

Tony Bellew believes the fear factor should advance ] Anthony Joshua to win Andy Ruiz Jr. in his expected heavyweight rematch later this year because he knows his career is at stake.

Joshua suffered one of the biggest problems of boxing when losing his WBA, IBF and WBO belts to Ruiz at Madison Square Garden in New York on June 1.

The return fight is planned for late November or early December, with a location to be determined, in particular the Ruiz is determined not to fight Joshua in the UK.

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<p> <noscript> <noscript> <img id= Tony Bellew says fear Anthony Anthonyua (photo ) will help get his world titles back

Review of the rematch, former WBC cruiserweight champion Bellew told PA: & I don't think AJ Ruiz has any way in that first fight underestimated. I am sure he trained very hard, he had a very good camp. He thought: "Andy Ruiz is a good hunter, but he is not a man who can hurt me." He misjudged that.

& # 39; If that happens to you, you cannot change that. I went into a fight and thought someone couldn't hurt me, and when I was hurt, you don't recover. It is incredible what happens to you.

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<p> <noscript> <img id= The former cruise weight champion insists that Joshua & # 39; a very good camp & # 39; had before the fight

That's what happened to AJ. He went inside, dropped Ruiz in the third round, went too eagerly for the murder, too green, disregarding his defense, was tagged and never recovered.

& # 39; The rematch will be very different. For the first time he will go into a fight knowing that his career is at stake, and that if he loses again it will be over. & # 39;

Bellew expects to cleverly box Joshua, building on the experience of his points win over Joseph Parker in March 2018 when he added the WBO crown.

Bellew added: & I think he will approach it with the attitude and tactics in which he approached that Parker fight – with caution, using his jab, length and range, and he will be sharp. There will be no lazy jabs, no opportunities, and he will give the power of Ruiz the respect it deserves.

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& # 39; In appearance the man (Ruiz) looks like Johnny Vegas, but from a fighting perspective he fights like Evander Holyfield – he is fast, relaxed and he won & # 39;

Bellew also supports Tyson Fury to defeat Deontay Wilder in his proposed rematch in February, but believes there may not be a fight if Ruiz defeats Joshua again.

] & # 39; At this time, no one will sign up for a rematch because people want to see how Ruiz and Joshua develop, & d Bellew leaves.

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<p> <noscript> <img id= Bellew also supports Tyson Fury to defeat Deontay Wilder in his proposed rematch

"Deontay Wilder will wait to see what happens purely because Ruiz and Wilder fall under the promotion banner of Al Haymon, and that will be the fight that will happen.

" Al Haymon will want a champion, one face, and he'll want that face to be Deontay Wilder.

& # 39; If he (Wilder) reaches that position, he will lead the boxing world because he has the biggest prize in all boxing – all four belts, a united champion, so I don't think Wilder will take any form of movement until he sees the Joshua / R rematch.

& # 39; Unfortunately for Fury, I think Wilder will renounce any rematch because he will be the man in pole position and he can dictate the division. & # 39;

] Tony Bellew is a global ambassador for SportPesa and spoke with PA as a guest in the SportPesa Racing Point Formula 1 team before the British Grand Prix.



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Hamilton must harness Lauda grief to win Monaco GP, says Sir Jackie



  • Lewis Hamilton must use Niki Lauda's grief to win the Monaco Grand Prix, says Sir Jackie Stewart

  • He is a strong position to win on Sunday, given the pace Jonathan McEvoy for the Daily Mail May 23, 2019 |
  • Stewart took pole position but not the win in a regular Mars after Rindt & # 39; s accident in practice

    & # 39; People said it was a death wish & I added to his scorching shot. & # 39; It wasn't. I was just removing the bad bits. The bad bits came back as soon as you got out of the car.

    & # 39; It's not about worries. it's just that you have to do a job and you do it and you have all the skills and talents of the same. & # 39;

    Hamilton should keep his mind clear, he is in a strong position to win on Sunday given the pace of his Mercedes here on Thursday. His teammate Valtteri Bottas was the second fastest, with Ferrari a huge seven tenths of a second back in third place by Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton has not won in Monaco since 2016 and only twice in his career.

    The world champion is in a strong position to win on Sunday, given the pace of his Mercedes

    & # 39; Winning of the race does not have to be for Niki & # 39 ;, Stewart added, auctioning a special gold coin tonight to mark the 50th anniversary of his first world title and raise money for his Race Against Dementia charity.

    & # 39; Lewis simply has to do the best he can. It is a matter of adapting to the circumstances of the day.

    & # 39; The switch-off time comes when you step into the cockpit and you control the most advanced piece of technology in the world. You have to bring it to the absolute limit.

    Hamilton & # 39; s Mercedes carries the legend & # 39; Danke Niki & # 39; on his livery, one of the many homages up and down the paddock to the Austrian.

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