Harry Kane, Tottenham’s star striker, expressed his disappointment as he faces yet another trophy-less season with the team. The 29-year-old had a tough week, with Spurs losing to Sheffield United in the FA Cup, followed by their elimination from the Champions League at the hands of AC Milan.
After the match, Kane admitted that the last week had not been good enough for the team. He said, “Where we’re at as a club, we should be winning trophies. That’s always the aim.” Kane also shared his thoughts on the team’s current goal of securing a top-four finish, stating that it is not enough for the club.
He added that Tottenham needs to have a mentality of a team that aims to be the best, not just in the league but in Europe as well. He expressed his disappointment that the team hasn’t found that mentality yet.
Antonio Conte, Tottenham’s current manager, also seemed resigned to the team’s fate, stating that he didn’t know if he would stay on until the end of the season. The Italian’s contract ends in the summer, and it seems that both parties are unlikely to extend their partnership, leaving Spurs looking for their fifth manager since November 2019.
Despite the team’s struggles, Kane praised the efforts of his teammates and urged them to keep working hard. He said, “All we can do as players is try to perform for him [Conte], work as hard as we can.”
Tottenham’s elimination from the Champions League marks yet another trophy-less season for the team. The pressure is mounting on the players and management to turn things around and deliver a trophy to the fans who have been waiting for so long.
In conclusion, Harry Kane’s frustrations are understandable, as he faces yet another season without a trophy. Spurs’ elimination from the Champions League only adds to the pressure on the team to perform and deliver results. The team’s management and players must work together to turn things around and give the fans something to cheer about.