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That's what we want: a team first player giving everything he has.Looking more like his old self after such a disappointing first season at the club, Bissouma was asked about his own performance but rather than waxing lyrical about what he did on the pitch, he simply said the game for him was "not a success" despite his award as the team didn't win.
"Everything is about the team, the way we work," he said when speaking in a post-match interview on SPURSPLAY. "Today I just want to say thank you to the coach and my teammates as we worked really hard for that. It's not just me, but everyone played really good.
"The first important thing for me is not to be man of the match or first, I just want my team to win. That's my mind. I don't just play for myself, I play for my team, for Tottenham Hotspur, for my teammates, for everyone.
"If I'm man of the match and we didn't win, the game for me is not a success. I prefer not to be man of the match but win the game and happy because we got three points and we can look forward to the next game.
"I can say I'm OK but not really happy because we didn't win, so we'll see next game. But thank you for this appreciation and I'm going to try to work really hard and me and my teammates to be stronger the next game."
19 other clubs in the PL would do the same.If.... We appeal the suspension and make the suspension slip back to when he is away at the AFCON... Could we get a few more games out of him?
Be a dick move from the club, and would no doubt cause uproar and call into question our morals...
But it's been done before.