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MANCHESTER CITY 1-0 TOTTENHAM | CARABAO CUP FINAL MATCH REACTION

On this video, James Allcott offers his evaluation and response to the Carabao Cup Last: Manchester Metropolis – Tottenham Hotspur. Man Metropolis wins closing 1-0 with Aymeric Laporte’s objective: 🎥 👉 FOLLOW JAMES ON TWITCH 👉 JOIN US ON JAFFN PATREON 🎧 👉 SUBSCRIBE TO ‘THE PROCESS: 🎧 👉 FOLLOW JAMS ON TWITTER : 👉

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  1. ANCHESTER CITY 1-0 TOTTENHAM | CARABAO CUP FINAL MATCH REACTION

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    James Lawrence Allcott

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    In this video, James Allcott gives his analysis and reaction to the Carabao Cup Final: Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur. Man City won the final 1-0 with a goal from Aymeric Laporte

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    Tarik Alic

    Tarik Alic

    1 day ago

    Harry Winks getting 90 minutes over Ndombele is CRIMINAL

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    Truth Table

    Truth Table

    1 day ago

    Spurs sacking the only manager to beat pep in a final is the most Spursy thing ever.

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    Désiré Paul GUEYE-MASSA

    Désiré Paul GUEYE-MASSA

    1 day ago

    Two days ago, I warned that City is not Southampton, and Spurs were not strong enough as a team. Let's admit Mourinho was so right in his choices. Despite a poor season, he would have done everything to win this title, since he knows how to do. Thanks Mr. Levy.

    Kane, it's time for you to move.

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    Louis Oddie

    Louis Oddie

    1 day ago

    spurs were fortunate not to lose by more. They were saved by some great goal line blocks by aldeweireld and dier, as well as some misses from sterling and mahrez etc. Spurs never really had w chance other than that Lo Celso chance that Steffen saved. Very happy as a city fan to win the cup and very happy for the fans who got to see it live!

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    Rvssian

    Rvssian

    1 day ago

    I think this is the end of Spurs as top 6 side. For seasons past, they have been dwindling at edge but they just dove straight off the cliff mate. Cancelo was brilliant and KDB was his usual self 🌟💙

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    Vocal One

    Vocal One

    1 day ago

    The fact is mourinho said countless times that he wanted the team to push up and attack yet they continued to defend. Lloris came out and backed this claim as well.

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    Lee Carr

    Lee Carr

    1 day ago

    As a spurs fan I'm just sick of being the brides maid and never the bride its obvious that the team isn't good enough to win trophies but do the owners invest No. Don't get me wrong I still love my club and will do for the rest of my life but I have fallen out of love with this team. Great video James big fan and keep up the amazing work.

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    Adam Crawford

    Adam Crawford

    1 day ago

    This was Man City's dream game going in. A training session ahead of the PSG game in a couple days.

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    SpaceCake

    1 day ago

    Neville saying Laporte should be off is a weird one, he knows better than most that you don't make the 2nd foul if you get booked for the 1st. Laporte said as much himself after the game.

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    David Church

    1 day ago

    Feel like after Jim’s excitement for the trophy lift that we need a tier lift from Jim of trophy lifts

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    Tarek Ben Abbas

    1 day ago

    Bravo city bravo Mahrez 🇩🇿🇩🇿🇩🇿👏👏👏👏

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    matt_healing

    1 day ago

    Spurs fan here, just checking in. I've tried to stay away from social media/pretty much any coverage of the game since it happened, but of course, I couldn't not hear what Jim had to say on this.

    I had low low expectations, "give it a go and see what happens", the sad thing is that we never really looked like we had a chance from minute one. Lloris was phenomenal, but I feel mason made two glaring errors, perpetuated by Mourinho:

    – Sat way too deep, invited pressure.

    – Two major players missing in Bale and Tanguy.

    I think if we tried to be positive, let Dier and Toby run their luck as we did anyway, and started with those two hugely influential players, we could've got at them.

    It's the day after, but I'm still reeling from this dreadful season, let alone this dreadful game. It was a glimmer of hope snuffed out by one of the greatest squads in Europe.

    Alas, we move. My main focus this week has been joining the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust, and trying to make my voice heard like many Spurs fans.

    Love you Jimbo, stay sluggy.

    P.S. I adore him, but Sonny had an absolute mare. Mason (fucking love the guy) showed his naivete in taking Lucas off, who was having a real go at breaking through the lines.

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    C4l576

    1 day ago

    ‘He should be crying, he was crap’ 😂

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    Kyeler Brant

    1 day ago

    two finals in a row that spurs haven’t been able to turn up in.

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    Dan Johnson

    1 day ago

    tanganga needs to play more he’s always decent when he plays

    Jacob Finlay

    1 day ago

    The way Hojbjerg and Lo Celso play it’s like we have 2 gattuso’s I guess winks is supposed to be the Pirlo but he’s completely invisible. That’s our entire midfield zero creativity

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    Just Jai

    1 day ago

    Love how he loved the trophy lift

    Eric Roza

    1 day ago

    Your birthday is on Wednesday, mine is on Tuesday. Birthday neighbors : )

    phillygooner

    1 day ago

    Condolences to Flav

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  2. I dont like Spurs, i dont like Mourinho, but id say i wanted to see Mourinho in this final just because he is the sort of a manager that could do a crazy thing and motivate Spurs players to win, im ok with City Cup going nowhere

  3. Spurs fan here, just checking in. I've tried to stay away from social media/pretty much any coverage of the game since it happened, but of course, I couldn't not hear what Jim had to say on this.

    I had low low expectations, "give it a go and see what happens", the sad thing is that we never really looked like we had a chance from minute one. Lloris was phenomenal, but I feel mason made two glaring errors, perpetuated by Mourinho:

    – Sat way too deep, invited pressure.
    – Two major players missing in Bale and Tanguy.

    I think if we tried to be positive, let Dier and Toby run their luck as we did anyway, and started with those two hugely influential players, we could've got at them.

    It's the day after, but I'm still reeling from this dreadful season, let alone this dreadful game. It was a glimmer of hope snuffed out by one of the greatest squads in Europe.

    Alas, we move. My main focus this week has been joining the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust, and trying to make my voice heard like many Spurs fans.

    Love you Jimbo, stay sluggy.

    P.S. I adore him, but Sonny had an absolute mare. Mason (fucking love the guy) showed his naivete in taking Lucas off, who was having a real go at breaking through the lines.

  4. Spurs are done, bale goes back to Madrid, kane goes somewhere else, they plummet. It’s a shambles. Being barely held together by two or three threads that are most likely going to walk out the door if they have any sense

  5. So basicslly you are saying that Spurs played like a team who were totally demoralised having had the rug pulled out from under through the sacking of their manager at the start of the week.
    Almost as if the chairmen deliberately tried to sabbotage the game. Why would he do that £€¥¥?

  6. Son has these periods where he’s on fire and looks like a world beater, but in the same season can have a period where his confidence looks shocked and he can’t string 2 passes together. Since the turn of the year, there have been a few performances like that from him but today was by far the worst I’ve seen him in a Spurs shirt!

  7. Interestingly in the post match press conference Ryan Mason said along the lines of “We wanted to go toe to toe with Man City but I’ve only been here for 6 days and it’s not something these lads have been trained to do” No excuses. We were crap, but this Man City side have spent £1bn and have been coached by the 2nd best manger ever (Fergie 1st) for 4/5 years. They know their philosophy down to a tee, our players don’t even know to string 3 passes together! (That’s not just a Jose issue, it was apparent to Spurs fans even in that year where we got to the CL final, when Dembele was sold in January and Eriksen’s performances started to drop, we lost all ability to play out from the back and we’ve never recovered it, almost 3 seasons later!

  8. Lloris, Toby & Dier were class. The rest were very poor. Nowhere near enough movement in the midfield to make a simple pass and hold onto the ball, causing us to keep going long to the front 3 and the ball not sticking.

    The Sissoko for GLC sub was criminal! He was our best player on the ball. I understand he’s coming back from a long injury but how Ndombele didn’t come on I’ll never know! This game was built for technical players who are good on the ball, the exact opposite of Sissoko!!

  9. Harry Kane has always looked absolutely pedestrian against City. His tendency to get deep against sides with more possession means he's never up front to lead counter attacks. It's a great attribute to be able to help out your midfield but sometimes you just have to be that central forward leading the charge.

  10. I think your comment about Mason changing the defensive mindset of the team in a short time is incorrect. Jose adapted his team to its strengths but taking into account the opponent weaknesses. Mason could have set up a team better. E.g choosing winks over creative Ndombele.

  11. 90% of the time when a interim manager comes in the players at least show some serious passion. As an arsenal fan when Freddie came in after Emery we were awful but we showed some kinda fight. Players sprinting like their life dependent on it, and that was against West Ham etc how the fuck are Tottenham players not pumped up by the thought of a trophy no matter what trophy it is

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