Unbeaten Spurs’ Start Drawing ‘Jealousy,’ says Chris Sutton: Discover the Inside Scoop

  • Tottenham’s Unbeaten Start Under Ange Postecoglou has Some Feeling ‘Jealous’ and ‘Worried’
  • Chris Sutton Claims Jealousy and Concerns Over Strong Start
  • Listen to the Latest Episode of Mail Sport’s Podcast ‘It’s All Kicking Off’ 

Tottenham’s remarkable start to the season has ignited feelings of jealousy and concern, according to Chris Sutton. He suggests that there are individuals who desire to see Tottenham’s unbeaten run come to an end.

Under the leadership of Ange Postecoglou, Spurs currently occupy the top spot in the table after clinching victories in six of their first eight matches. Their latest triumph was a hard-fought 1-0 win against Luton despite being reduced to 10 men.

Nevertheless, doubts persist among skeptics as to whether Tottenham can sustain their impressive performance and contend for the title throughout the season, considering their recent struggles as a club.

However, Sutton perceives a sense of jealousy towards Postecoglou’s project and the attractive style of play he has brought to Spurs.

During a conversation on Mail Sport’s groundbreaking podcast, “It’s All Kicking Off,” Sutton expressed: “At this moment in time, it seems like there’s a bit of jealousy surrounding what Tottenham is achieving.

Tottenham’s confident start under Ange Postecoglou has led to ‘jealousy’, claims Chris Sutton
He told It’s All Kicking Off some were ‘worried’ about Spurs and wanted them to lose games

‘I don’t like it. Why can’t we just be happy for Tottenham that they’re playing [well], the rest of the country. I think they’re a bit worried by Postecoglou and his Tottenham team. In my mind, they want him to lose a game or two and fail.’

Sutton’s co-host Ian Ladyman adds that most fans and pundits with a well-rounded view of English football would be thrilled to see Tottenham excel. He emphasizes, “It would be a breath of fresh air for English football. It would be magnificent. It wouldn’t happen, but it would be great.”

Moreover, Sutton warns of a looming “pile-on” where people would delight in seeing Spurs suffer their first defeat of the season. He criticizes this reaction as “childish,” but reiterates that he doesn’t believe Tottenham will clinch the league title.

‘There are people on the brink of wanting this Tottenham pile on. When they lose the first game or whatever, people are going to pile on. Come on, it’s childish,’ he said.

‘It’s been a great start, I think they will continue, but I will maintain they will not win the league – they will have bumps in the road.’

Sutton commends the North London team for maintaining their attacking and possession-based style of play even when reduced to 10 men against Luton. He highlights the standout performance of the match-winner and praises the signing of Mickey Van de Ven.


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