Guglielmo Vicario, the goalie for Tottenham Hotspur, has been dealing with some recent challenges, which Alan Brazil and Ally McCoist talked about.
In the summer, the 27-year-old moved to Tottenham to take Hugo Lloris’s place as the team’s starting goalkeeper.
He had an immediate effect at Tottenham, where Ange Postecoglou had a fantastic Premier League debut.
However, Guglielmo Vicario has let up dubious goals from corners in recent weeks, notably two late goals against Everton in the Premier League and Manchester City in the FA Cup.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Alan Brazil made it plain that he “doesn’t like it” and that he thinks the Italian is being “impeded” during corners. He also expressed shock that this is permitted.
For a Sean Dyche team, set-piece situations are their specialty, therefore it should come as no surprise that they scored two crucial goals from them.
However, it’s evident that Guglielmo Vicario is currently the target of the opposition, who surrounds him in an attempt to find a weakness and denies him space to gather the ball.
Guglielmo Vicario from corners
Brazil yelled, “Spurs, Spurs,” in frustration. Tell me the end result. The keeper must have come for that, without a doubt. Just a yard off the line, he is nodding.
“The keeper needs to make a decision and put his fist to it in the final seconds.”
In response, McCoist said, “I have something to tell you. Vicario, that keeper has been outstanding. Since joining the Spurs to take Lloris’ position, he has performed admirably.
But he was responsible for the goal in the cup matchup versus Manchester City. It seemed like a crossball from a corner to me. Everton and Sean Dyche capitalized on that, especially in the first half.
After that, Brazil declared, “I don’t like it.” That, in my opinion, is hindering the goalie. It seems like a free kick to me. I do believe it to be an obstacle, 100% of the time. That’s absurd that it’s permitted. They’re engaged in combat. pushing one another. shoving one another. They are purposefully obstructing the keeper’s path.
Guglielmo Vicario has been brilliant for Tottenham
Look, this is just a small glitch and fans shouldn’t be alarmed by it just yet.
Vicario is excelling in all else he does, and his £17.2 million signing is turning out to be a great deal after less than a year at Hotspur Way.
Everyone could see that Lloris had been too prone to mistakes in goal last season and that the Spurs needed to let him go.
Vicario is just another example of how the club has found success in the Italian market throughout the years, which has included everyone from Cristian Romero to Dejan Kulusevski.