Harry Kane has always dreamed of winning titles. In English football, winning the League Cup is considered easier than others. However, Kane and his teammates’ dreams were shattered once again when they only made it to the semi-finals and lost to Chelsea in both legs (0-2, 0-1). To be fair, even if they had surpassed Chelsea, they would still have had to face Liverpool or Arsenal in the final, and Tottenham would have been considered underdogs regardless of the opponent. Looking back at the recent matches, manager Antonio Conte admitted that they lost because Tottenham, at this moment, didn’t have enough quality to beat Chelsea. In conclusion, it’s not surprising or disappointing that Kane and his teammates were eliminated in the League Cup semi-finals.
Kane’s chance to seek a title this season is now only in the FA Cup. Theoretically, Tottenham is still in contention for the Premier League title, but it would be unrealistic to think that Kane and his teammates have what it takes to challenge for the top spot. Turning back to the FA Cup, it’s like starting from scratch for everyone. Tottenham just defeated a League One team, Morecambe, in the third round – the round where the teams from the top two tiers of English football enter the competition, and there are 729 clubs participating this season. They say that “it’s just the beginning” for this reason. Brighton will be Tottenham’s next opponent.
Kane has the right to desire to be a champion. What he lacks is maintaining the minimum dignity of a professional player when his contract is still long-term and he insists on moving elsewhere. And he embarrasses himself by realizing that Man City only made one “right offer” and then disregarded the £120 million price set by Tottenham. Although the Arab billionaires of Man City are extremely rich, they have enough power to turn UEFA’s European cups into a joke. They splurge tens of millions of pounds on players so easily! But when it comes to Kane, they have their own intentions: they don’t want to bring in a player who will sign a contract and then want to leave. Tottenham lacks the level to compete for the Premier League title, just like how Man City has never won the Champions League before. Would they acquire Kane just for him to become a burden and then transfer him to Real Madrid (for example)?
cakhia live org_The media, like the Daily Mail, keeps saying that failure in the League Cup pushes Harry Kane away from Tottenham (and that’s just speculation, with no relevant information whatsoever). But Kane needs to wake up: he has been criticized by Man City because of his professional attitude rather than his professional abilities. Don’t push yourself into the mud again and have to suffer humiliation like in the last summer.
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Even in the Conference League, they failed… In terms of European football, Tottenham is like a League One team (similar to the third tier of English football). In that regard, Tottenham is participating in the Conference League this season, which is lower than the Champions League and Europa League. Yet, in this minor tournament, Harry Kane and his teammates couldn’t even make it out of the group stage, losing to some unknown team called Mura. To have such struggles and still demand titles can only be seen as… a strange act!
4 – Kane has only scored 4 goals in 17 Premier League appearances this season, which is half the number of goals that Son Heung-min has scored for Tottenham. Since reaching his peak, Kane’s goal-scoring record has never been so uncertain.