Harry Kane (29, Tottenham Hotspur) opened up about the recent team slump. Compared to the high point of the Champions League final, the value of the team has declined over the past few years.
In an exclusive interview with British media ‘Sky Sports’ on the 30th (Korean time), Kane said, “I’ve been here since I was 11. I think the value of the club has declined a bit over the past few years. Everyone wants to win the championship. It’s a value. It’s also the ultimate goal every season.”
Kane has never left the Tottenham youth team. He developed into a world-class number 9 striker under coach Mauricio Pochettino. He competed in Europe beyond the Premier League with Son Heung-min, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and others, and succeeded in advancing to the final of the Champions League for the club’s first time.
When asked about his days as manager of Pochettino, Kane said, “We competed without spending a lot of money. We had a very good time for three or four years. They gained a lot, and they may have lost it over the last few years.”안전놀이터
After firing Pochettino, Tottenham have brought in quite a few managers, but they have not escaped from sluggishness. The same was true in the Mourinho and Antonio Conte system, which experienced numerous victories. “We have to rediscover how we can compete at the top. There are a lot of things that need to be improved. We’ve shown over the years that we can compete at the top of the league. In football, dramatic things happen every time,” said Kane.
Kane also recently spoke with Chairman Daniel Levy. There may be a problem with where to go, but it seems that the future of the team was discussed. He said, “The meeting between President Levy and the players was a place where we talked about how to finish the season well. It seems that there will be more conversations in the future. It was a very open and honest meeting. We have to show what we can do. We have five games left.”