Glenn Hoddle struck Tanguy Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso against Tottenham Hotspur duo because they “don’t understand the game”.
Spurs paid around £ 55m to sign Ndombele in 2019. He has shown brilliance while at Tottenham but his performances have been inconsistent.
The midfielder was criticized by Jose Mourinho while at the club. He has played eleven times so far this season.
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Lo Celso signed for Spurs the same summer as Ndombele. He initially joined them on loan before his move last year became final.
The Argentina international has played 79 times for Tottenham since 2019. Again . reported Evening standardHoddle has criticized the two midfielders for “needing to improve”:
“There are players there, the so-called (creative players). Lo Celso and Ndombele, they have to improve, ”said Hoddle.
“For me, I don’t see her as an overall player who will be constant or create. The game knows that. They don’t understand the game in many ways the way I see it.
“Ndombele, especially the way I see it. He has wonderful skills. But he’s a player who gets too much out of hand. He does some wonderful things with football, but we all used to do that on the playground, right?
Earlier this week, Hoddle urged Daniel Levy to support Conte in the transfer market:
“I think the appointment was the best Daniel could have done at the time,” said Hoddle.
“I don’t think you could have chosen anyone better if Daniel’s attitude had changed a little now. It must have changed since he got him that summer.
“I think there are a lot of positives here. He’s someone who knows what he wants from a team. He will ask for that and he will ask for money if it doesn’t work.
“I think they’re in a really strong position when Daniel knows the circumstances and Conte says, ‘Look, if things don’t work out with certain players, they have to go. I will remodel. And I’ve done it with other clubs and I’ve been successful ‘.
“And I think Daniel has to get involved now. If that’s the case, then yes, we’ve got the right jockey on the horse. “