Old Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara launched a scathing attack on Spurs following their shocking 2-1 loss to Slovenian minnows NS Mura on Thursday night.
Antonio Conte’s ten-man squad were beaten by the lowest-ranked team in the Europa Conference Conference, suffering one of the most embarrassing nights in their history.
Ryan Sessegnon saw red in the 31st minute and Amadej Marosa scored in stoppage time after Harry Kane called up Tomi Horvat’s opener.
Even with ten men, most would expect Spurs to beat a side that are mid-table in Slovenia and previously had zero points in the competition.
Especially considering that Conte has fielded an eleven filled with Premier League regulars like Dele Alli, Tanguy Ndombele, Matt Doherty and Davinson Sanchez.
However, O’Hara insists these four players don’t deserve to wear a Spurs jersey and suggests that Kane must be embarrassed to play alongside them.
“Wow. What a shame for a performance,” O’Hara told Sports Bar after reporting on the game for Sky Sports News.
“Honestly, I don’t know how I didn’t swear on TV – because it was shocking. It was so bad. The players were a shame.
He added, “I mean this. Some of these players don’t deserve to wear a Spurs jersey.
“Doherty, Sanchez, Ndombele, Alli. All. Disgrace!
“Sessegnon was sent off after half an hour, I haven’t seen him enough to know if he can even play.
“Kane scored and he must be there thinking, ‘Why am I playing this game with these players?'”
The defeat led Tottenham boss Conte to admit that Spurs’ quality is worse than he thought, but O’Hara went further.
He continued, “We made them look good. Performance, hunger, desire, determination.
“Just put on a Spurs shirt and want to go out there and play well for your team. It’s non-existent in some of them.
“They eliminated three managers: Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho and Nuno Espirito Santo. These players have been there all the time and have seen them.
“Tale is coming now and there are no excuses. It’s now on the players and it’s shocking.