‘We Lost a Bit of What the Values Are’: ‘Great Player’ Speaks Out on Tottenham Hotspur Problems

Harry Kane

The 2022/23 season has been a challenging one for all connected with Tottenham Hotspur, with the departure of Antonio Conte as manager, followed by the sacking of interim coach Cristian Stellini. Captain Harry Kane has now had his say on a difficult season in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports.

Harry Kane Feels Spurs Have Lost Values They Once Held

Harry Kane Speaks Out on Troublesome Season for Spurs

It has undoubtedly been a difficult season for Spurs, and club captain Kane has addressed the disappointment of this season in his interview with Sky Sports. During the interview, Spurs record goalscorer spoke about the club losing some of its values that it held previously. “I feel like we lost a bit of what the values are at this club over the last few years. It’s about finding a way to get back on the same page again, even with our fans.”

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Earlier this season, the Spurs captain broke Jimmy Greaves’s goalscoring record, to become the all-time top goalscorer at the club. With the club failing to win a trophy in the last 15 years, Kane has been linked with a move to Manchester United, with Erik ten Hag describing the striker as “a great player.”

Restoring Pride

Tottenham suffered one of their worst defeats in recent times as they were trounced 6-1 by Newcastle at St James’s Park. Kane and his teammates found themselves 5-0 down inside 20 minutes. Speaking on the disastrous results, he said: “There’s been a lot of ups and downs in my career but it was tough, you know. To be 5-0 down 20 minutes into a game is…It’s one of the worst I’ve felt on a pitch in that moment. All you can do is keep fighting and trying to find a way to improve.” Following this catastrophic result, chairman Daniel Levy sacked interim manager Stellini.

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Following the massacre against Newcastle, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium witnessed some fight from the team in their next fixture, where the club hosted Manchester United. They found themselves 2-0 down against Ten Hags men, but a spirited second-half showing saw Ryan Masons team claim a point. When asked about the draw with Manchester United potentially – restoring some pride. The Tottenham captain responded: I think so. After the Newcastle game and going 2-0 down at half time, it could have been easy to fold in the second half of the Man Utd game.

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“We did the opposite; we came out fighting with desire and passion and a hunger to turn things around. In football, many things can happen but we showed that we are together and we’re a team.” Kane was also full of praise for interim head coach Ryan Mason, explaining he feels the 31-year-old has “done really great in a short space of time.”