As your previous message started
Is basically saying he's had to take a step down coming here and the question is who is a step up. I Think the list would be something like Man City, PSG, Bayern, Barca and Juve. City and Barca(maybe Bayern too)might be ruled out for footballing reasons but I...
Rushed phone reply makes less sense than I'd have liked.
I mean that if we're measuring how high his stock is by the club's that would have him I think that the fact that he has been at some of the biggest already makes that difficult. Of the tier of teams above Spurs, ignoring previous clubs...
You see the difference between a team with and without a striker.
Chelsea can press knowing any forward ball a Spurs midfielder makes will be won by the defenders. Knowing how to time runs and holding the ball up is a massive difference between the teams.
Smiths comments are down to the fact he's just walked off the pitch after conceding a shitty(for them) late goal and not really knowing what to say. He wants to defend his player but he really has nothing to go on so he chooses an easy target.
This is where blind defending of a player looks stupid. Aurier didn't get the ball and the first(independant) person you will have come across who thought that was the VAR. Dean didn't give the because it did look like he got the ball, the ball did move in a way that made it look like he got but...
Is that fair?
Moyes took over a team in the relegation zone and got them to safety. He is then replaced by a manager who spends a fortune and is sacked when they are just above the relegation zone. It says something that he's again having to clear up a mess left by more popular managers.