‘Invisible’: Tim Sherwood says the 27-year-old Tottenham player was terrible last season

Tim Sherwood has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur star Yves Bissouma was invisible last season but is now absolutely brilliant.

Spurs have started the new season well under the leadership of Ange Postecoglou.

All the complaints Tottenham fans had about their team’s style of football have disappeared and they now fully support the team.
Bissouma is one of Spurs’ most important players.

Tim Sherwood says Yves Bissouma was invisible for Tottenham last season

Tottenham signed Yves Bissouma from Brighton and Hove Albion last year.

The Malian international was absolutely incredible for the Seagulls during his time there but his debut season in north London under Antonio Conte was very poor.

Bissouma simply failed to live up to expectations when he played, and the fact that Conte favored Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Rodrigo Bentancur ahead of him made matters worse.

However, since the arrival of Ange Postecoglou, Bissouma has looked a different man.

The 27-year-old has been sensational for Tottenham and Tim Sherwood, who claims he was invisible last season, has now included him in the combined Arsenal-Tottenham XI.

The old Spurs manager said of No Tippy Tappy Football: “We clearly need a Tottenham player to come from somewhere and I think this guy justifies that, not last season because he was invisible.

“I think Bissouma could replace the midfield, I mean he was excellent. (In current form?) Definitely in current form.

We can only continue with the current form, we can’t continue with the story with Bissouma.”

Bissouma is now one of Tottenham’s best players.
The 27-year-old is one of the main reasons why Spurs are unbeaten in the Premier League so far.

He was fantastic and both Sherwood and Sam Allardyce were very impressed with him.

Tottenham now have a huge match ahead of them. They face Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday in what will be Postecoglou’s toughest test as Spurs manager.

If Tottenham are to have any chance of getting something out of the game, Bissouma will need to be at his best.

If he doesn’t play well, Arsenal could overtake Spurs and retain bragging rights.

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