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uno Espirito Santo has questioned the commitment of some of his Tottenham players and told players stuck outside his first XI to work harder to change his mind.

Winks was also ruled out in the ensuing loss to West Ham on Sunday, with Dele being an unused replacement.

Nuno declined to say if he would return to the squad for Saturday’s crucial meeting with Manchester United, but he targeted some of his players ahead of the game in north London.

The head coach’s comments echoed similar criticisms from captain Hugo Lloris after the humiliating defeat to Dinamo Zagreb last season, when he accused players outside the XI of not supporting the team.

“Ultimately what we want is for all players to be involved and committed,” said Nuno, who was responding to a question about Tanguy Ndombele returning to the squad after being overlooked at the start of the season. season.

“This word is very important, ‘commitment’ is very important. When you engage, you understand certain decisions better. You are more patient and keep doing what you need to do. You focus on your task, day in and day out.

“I want all the players to be equally involved,” he added. “It would be absurd to say [you] this is the reality because players have their own expectations.

“A lot of them work very, very hard during the week. And then the weekend comes and the coach decides to leave with other players.

“It’s not because you are not engaged, but you are upset. You are bored. It is respectful. It has nothing to do with the commitment of these players.

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“These players have to go above and beyond. They must make a conscious effort that they must leave at the beginning of the week to change the opinion and the idea of ​​the manager.

“This is how it works. In this industry, that’s what the player has to do. Unfortunately, that’s not what always happens.

Meanwhile, Nuno says Manchester United boss under pressure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deserves more respect.

Solskjaer is fighting for his job ahead of Saturday’s game after United’s 5-0 loss to rivals Liverpool last weekend.

“I think he deserves all respect because every time I’ve been with Ole, and we’ve faced each other many times, he’s a wonderful person. A respectful man. And I really admire him,” said Nuno.

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