Spurs sensation boldly declares: ‘Pressure? We don’t even feel it!’ – Squad spills secrets on maintaining absolute calm!

Joe Lee

This season, Bissouma has been the best midfield player for Tottenham and possibly the best in the Premier League. After a dismal debut campaign under Antonio Conte, he has experienced a rebirth under Ange Postecoglou.

The 27-year-old Mali international has made 11 Premier League appearances for the team this year. However, he must exercise caution when it comes to his discipline because he now has five yellow cards and one red card (Transfermarkt).

In the summer of 2022, Bissouma left Brighton to join Spurs for a reported £35 million (Sky Sports). Due to the injuries that dogged his first season, Conte did not feel comfortable giving him a leading position.

Yves Bissouma had his fifth yellow card of the season against Wolves, so he is out of the Aston Villa match this weekend (Football.London).


Yves Bissouma will not play for Aston Villa this weekend due to his fifth yellow card of the season against Wolves (Football.London).

Yves Bissouma has acknowledged in a special in-depth interview for the Premier League that the Spurs team simply tries to “live every moment” and does not “feel pressure.”

We do indeed approach each match one at a time. As I mentioned before, it’s just football, so we don’t try to put too much pressure on ourselves. I’m not under any pressure. Within the team, we don’t sense it.

“We make an effort to fully experience each moment. This implies that we offer everything we have during training. We strive to contribute everything we have during the games. It won’t be simple, as we all know—this is the Premier League.

“I think that if we do everything we need to do, we have a good chance of fulfilling our ambitions and our goals. There will be tough matches, but we’re focused on ourselves.”

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Another clever addition from Fabio Paratici’s days as our sporting director, Bissouma has been a revelation this season. I can’t believe we paid the amount we did for an individual of the caliber of the Mali international.

Bissouma is undoubtedly one of the protagonists for Postecoglou’s Spurs. He is the epitome of what the Australian manager is all about. However, he must strive to be more disciplined on the field and attempt to avoid getting into the referee’s book too frequently.









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