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Spurs: The Sun Continues It’s Daily Attack On AVB

by | 5th, November 2013

THE Sun continues its bid to portray Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas as a fool. In today’s paper, readers get:

JAN VERTONGHEN has taken a swipe at Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas in a clash over tactics.

Says the Belgian:

“It feels like that sometimes. I can play at left-back and I can help the team at times. But everyone knows I am not a left-back. Once there are injuries, I’m the first to fill in the gap. Sometimes it’s better if you can play in only one position. You see that with other players. These guys specialise in one position and they can completely concentrate.”

Number of times he mentions AVB: none. And what he says is hardly a shock. He plays better in the position he feels most comfortable playing in.

But to the Sun , this is a sign of AVB’s failing powers.

Vertonghen is the second Spurs player to criticise AVB in the past week. Emmanuel Adebayor told SunSport of his pain after being told to train with the kids after his brother’s death.

That would be the overpaid Adebayor who gave the Sun on Sunday  its scoop a mere sevens weeks after AVB had

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