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“If You’re That Brave, Step Into A UFC Cage”: Ange Postecoglou, the boss of the Spurs, responds to Neal Maupay

<p>In any match featuring Neal Maupay, spectators are assured of an entertaining spectacle. The Frenchman, presently representing Brentford, has not only earned acclaim for his goal-scoring prowess but also for his on-field theatrics, consistently stirring controversy with his actions.</p>
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<p>Maupay’s recent theatrics during Brentford’s clash against Spurs drew the attention of Spurs’ manager, Ange Postecoglou, who addressed the issue following his team’s comeback victory against the Bees last night.</p>
<p>Upon Brentford taking an early lead, Maupay celebrated the goal by mimicking Spurs’ James Maddison’s signature dart-throw gesture. This sparked a brief confrontation with Maddison himself, creating a tense moment between the Brentford striker and the Spurs player.</p>
<p>However, Maupay’s actions eventually backfired, as Spurs regrouped in the second half, orchestrating an impressive comeback with three goals to secure a 3-2 victory, leaving Maddison with the final word.</p>
<p>Post-match, when asked if Maupay’s actions provided extra motivation for his players, Spurs’ manager Ange Postecoglou criticized the unnecessary display of ‘bravado’ and censured Maupay for his boastful demeanor.</p>
<p>“I hope not because that’s precisely what I’m addressing. I’m not a proponent of it; I dislike the entire bravado, the pushing around. If they’re so brave, my players and theirs, let them step into a UFC cage, and we’ll see how brave they truly are,” exclaimed Postecoglou.</p>
<p>“We’re here to play football. That’s what I want our guys to focus on—playing football. They shouldn’t draw motivation from things that hold little significance to us. As I mentioned, we got drawn in during the first half. The second half was much improved.”</p>
<p>With this victory, Spurs propelled themselves back into the Premier League’s top four, narrowly surpassing Unai Emery’s Aston Villa on goal difference to secure a spot in Champions League qualification.</p>
<p>Following a period marred by injuries that sidelined several key players, the North London side is eager to recapture the form displayed early in the season as they strive to mount a title challenge until the season’s conclusion.</p>

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