“This is who I am, this is what I believe in, there will be difficult times, there will be doubters, but we don’t change.”Tottenham Hotspur (England) manager Enzi Postecoglou has vowed to maintain his own style of soccer even if the team goes through some ups and downs.According to British media outlet Football London on Nov. 15 (local time), Postecoglou appeared on a YouTube broadcast and said, “At first, some people questioned my ‘soccer methodology’. But they clearly know that I don’t change,” he said.”I’m sure that once they realize that this is not just following a trend, but something I (sincerely) believe in, they will say, ‘Let’s put everything into it,'” he said.”That’s a key part of how I got the team in the first place,” he says, “and it’s not just the players. It’s not just the players, it’s everyone who works with the club, even the fans, who have a humanized faith in me.”Local commentators have described Postecoglou’s color scheme as “attacking football.This is because, since his days at Scottish giants Celtic, he has been known to drop his defense high up the pitch and get most of his players involved in the attack.In fact, in their 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) opener against Brentford on Sept. 13, Tottenham had 70 percent of the ball possession. They also had 18 shots on goal.Spurs dominated possession and attacked throughout the game, which is a change from last season, when they were more defensive and attacked around Harry Kane (Bayern Munich).However, they were also vulnerable in the back, where they were repeatedly exploited. Despite scoring two goals, they conceded two and failed to secure a win on their league debut.Postecoglou vowed to stick to his style in the EPL, which is a world-class competition.”I think we have to look at a combination of things. We’ll have to see what adjustments we need to make,” he said, “but it starts the same everywhere. We’re going to play a certain way with certain values,” he said.”We’re going to train and approach the game in a different way than a lot of the players here have been doing,” he said, emphasizing that “those are the main bones (of the operation) right now, and the basic principles of how I want to play soccer don’t change.””Of course, in the first year, it won’t be smooth sailing. It’s going to be successful, but it’s also going to be chaotic,” he said, noting that “the biggest barometer to see if we’re on the right 스포츠토토존 track is the fans.”