'Jose's new ideas will take time'

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Tottenham pair Giovani Lo Celso and Juan Foyth say Jose Mourinho's new ideas will take time to implement, but insist it has been a positive start.

Source: Sky Sports
 

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... but not so positive for them.
We have more than the average number of argentine players. Maybe that is a statistical oddity or maybe the 3 who arrived under MP either chose the club because of the nationality of the manager or the club chose them because of their nationality. Would that be surprising?

If the 4 of them fully establish themselves in the side by the end of the season, then great, but realistically I'm expecting the argentine headcount to start to return to average after the summer...
 

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Not so much that they are Argentinian more that they are young, though I guess if they were Portuguese they might have more of a shot, I hope though he does not sideline some quality players we have particularly GLC and Foyth
 

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Not so much that they are Argentinian more that they are young, though I guess if they were Portuguese they might have more of a shot, I hope though he does not sideline some quality players we have particularly GLC and Foyth
Too early to talk about sidelining of specific players. You have to spread confidence and belief throughout the squad, and to do that you pick experienced guys as much as you can, play through a few wins, and start to introduced the inexperienced guys when you can do that in a safe framework of a confident and happy team. Play through the Christmas program and we'll know what the final starting line up looks like.
 
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