A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have flocked to a post from Alasdair Gold on Harry Winks, who walked straight down the tunnel after he was substituted during Spurs’ 2-0 win over Royal Antwerp in the Europa League.
After the game, Jose Mourinho played down the incident, but that did not stop these Spurs fans from having their say on Winks and his reaction to being brought off.
What did these Tottenham fans think of Harry Winks’ reaction?
He’s atrocious. Hopefully the beginning of the end for him at Spurs.
— Gianni (@giannimosquito) December 10, 2020
Needs to be sold
— Alfie Penfold (@Knuckle_Effect1) December 10, 2020
Never expected that behaviour from winks get him gone is January
— sam? (@THFCSam__) December 10, 2020
WInks knows he is out of the club i feel. Or atleast wants out https://t.co/1PLj3CHWNh
— Hugo (@hugooisr) December 10, 2020
Do you think Winks should have walked off?
No, shows a lack of respect
Yes, he can do what he likes
Winks didn’t play that well as he only averaged a 6.74/10 rating from WhoScored for his performance against the Belgian side, and that was poor enough to rank him as Spurs’ joint-sixth worst player in that game.
However, it is understandable that he was disappointed, and the fact that Mourinho played it down suggests there probably isn’t really an issue.
Many Tottenham fans, though, continued to have their say.
Problem is he’s championship quality. Simple as
— Bombay (@GordoneBombay) December 10, 2020
Wouldn’t be bothered if there was tbh alasdair he’s been a great servant to the club and ill always have a soft spot for him but he’s out of his depth in this squad if he wants game time he needs to move on.
— Saul Clarke (@SaulClarke91) December 10, 2020
Winks played his last match for us yes yes yes yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss https://t.co/aRuhN0wOXd
— Thfcaditya_v2 (@Thfcaditya_v2) December 10, 2020
Genuinely didn’t notice he was on the pitch.
— The Hawk (@TheHawk_104) December 10, 2020
It is unclear what will happen next, but given that Winks has not played in the Premier League since October, we wouldn’t be surprised to see him not feature in Tottenham’s next game against Crystal Palace.