- Tottenham were beaten 2–1 in their conference league clash with Muras.
- Jamie O’Hara has launched a scathing attack on Tottenham’s infamous players
- He says Doherty, Ndombe and Sanchez should not be allowed to wear Spurs shirts
- O’Hara says they were guilty of ‘walking around the park rejecting the game’
Jamie O’Hara has launched a scathing attack on the disgraced Tottenham players after an embarrassing European conference fall for Slovenian minor Mura.
O’Hara says Matt Doherty, Tanguy Nombele, Dele Alli and Davinson Sanchez should be banned from wearing Tottenham shirts again after their ‘shocking’ performance on Thursday night.
The former Tottenham midfielder turned pundit said he was guilty of ‘walking around the park like they are dismissing the game’ despite being given the opportunity to impress his new manager Antonio Conte.
Jamie O’Hara (above) has launched a scathing attack on Tottenham’s disgraced players after an embarrassing European conference fall for Slovenian minor Mura
The Slovenian champions beat Tottenham 2-1 in the 31st minute of the game after Ryan Ssegon was given a red card.
O’Hara not only criticized Sessegon, he also named and shamed several other players for their performance.
Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: ‘These are a Slovenian top-flight side that I would expect to deliver a game from a National League side.
‘It’s been a disgrace and some players – and I’ll name them too – (Matt) Doherty, (Tangui) Nombele, Dele Alli, Davinson Sanchez were absolutely shocked they shouldn’t be wearing Spurs shirts again. Among them in my opinion.
O’Hara says Matt Doherty, Tanguy Nombele (above), Dele Alli and Davinson Sanchez should be banned from wearing Tottenham shirts again
Davinson Sanchez was dismissed in the 31st minute of the game after scoring the second yellow
‘It’s a European game you need to win and impress a new manager in Antonio Conte. You have to go out there and give what you have and put on an incredible performance for yourself to say ‘I want to be part of this group and be part of this Conte era’ – and that pitch But not a single player deserves any credit from that game.
‘It was a shocking performance. These players are walking in the park like they are dismissing the game as if they think they are too good to play in it.
‘It was a complete disgrace to some of them – and if Conte doesn’t make major changes – kick him out of the club, ride him, take him off the pay bill – we don’t want him, it was pathetic.’
O’Hara calls the performances of Matt Doherty (above) and teammates absolutely ‘shocking’