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Cristian Romero Sends Importance Message To Daniel Levy About…….. That Will Blow Your Mind

Cristian Romero, a defender for Tottenham Hotspur, sent chairman Daniel Levy a sobering note regarding the team’s trophy quest.

Even though it has been 16 years since we acquired any significant hardware, the team appears to be moving in the right direction under Angele Postecoglou.

Additionally, the Argentine defender has expressed optimism about our possibilities of winning trophies even though he is not participating in the FA Cup or the Carabao Cup.

What Cristian Romero said to Daniel Levy

Romero has been a member of the Spurs team for a few years, but he has never touched any silverware.

Romero, however, has been given extra responsibility since Postecoglou’s arrival, having been named vice-captain with James Maddison.

The 25-year-old discussed the club’s trophy drought and what can be done to break it in an interview with Sky Sports. He remarked, “But I don’t think you can just start winning trophies from one day to the next. These things [building success] can take time.”

“However, we will get closer to being able to really compete at the very top with clubs like Manchester City and Liverpool if the chairman and the club owners continue with the positive and important changes, as they seem to have made a difference in that sense today.”

Tottenham heading in the right direction

Undoubtedly, losing to Fulham in the Carabao Cup and having a very disappointing FA Cup match against Manchester City were both major disappointments.

However, we have already witnessed the advancements made under Postecoglou.

Depending on how Aston Villa plays Manchester United this weekend, we could finish the weekend back in the top four, where we are currently only a few points away.

Numerous young players have been entering Postecoglou’s doors since the summer, indicating that the organization is just getting started in north London.

Of course, if we’re being really ambitious, the Premier League title is still up for grabs, but finishing in the top four would exceed many people’s preseason expectations.

The way we would handle the cup matches the next season if we were also juggling European football would then be interesting.

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