Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Tottenham, “would have said something” to Guglielmo Vicario following his “disrespectful” actions toward Callum Wilson, a forward for Newcastle.
The Magpies’ devastating Champions League exit came when they fell to AC Milan earlier this month, on December 10, following a 4-1 loss away from home.
When the match was almost over and the Magpies’ defeat was almost certain, the Italian goalie for Spurs appeared to pull faces at the striker and get in his face, which incited tension between the two players.
In a post-match interview after the loss, the Englishman was quite critical of Vicario and called him a “lack of respect.” The goalkeeper then reacted to him on social media by writing that “respect is given.”
Wilson’s supporter McAvennie was certain that Vicario would have infuriated the Australian manager, who would have then gotten into a heated discussion with his powerful goalie.
However, that is not what Vicario ought to be doing in the game.
“There will be no wins for Tottenham. Even though the goalie was acting with complete disrespect, he persisted in giving it his all.
“I’m sure Ange sorted him out afterwards; he would have been irritated with him and done something after the game if that’s what they have to do to defeat Newcastle.
“He would desire to do a lot more than that.”