“I’ll mess you up” – Dressing room altercation with Tottenham player over potential red card

A story about Tottenham Hotspur defender Cristian Romero is doing the rounds in the Argentine media this week.


That comes from a documentary that ESPN is releasing on the 20th anniversary of Argentina’s World Cup victory.

Emiliano Martinez’s lengthy interviews are now being made available to the public, and the Tottenham player was among the stories he was required to share.

The goalkeeper expressed his displeasure with Romero at the time, recalling that he felt the Spurs player should have been sent off in the championship match against France.

“I am aware of Cuti’s vulnerability; in the France match final, he intentionally fouled Mbappé with both feet. Everything about the ball he grabbed. I also grabbed him by the shirt at halftime and threatened to throw him out. and I’ll mess you up after the game’,” said Martinez.

” I have to tell Cuti ‘please, stop hitting’. Cuti plays like that, on the edge of the red, and I’m always grabbing him in that sense.” 

The Aston Villa star also told a funny story about Romero kicking him after a great save.

“Everyone hugged me and Cuti kicked me in the ribs, typical of Cuti. That’s his love, hitting. That’s where my World Cup began, there I felt that I didn’t care about the clean sheets, if we won 7 to 5. “

ESPN is doing a fantastic job of unearthing forgotten tales about Argentina’s World Cup campaign, and the team is still in the honeymoon period.


Participating in all of the competition’s national team games, the Tottenham player became one of the faces of an iconic championship. There’s a good chance that ESPN will feature some of his quotes soon

Tottenham is about to reach a deal on a player’s renewal, and they plan to announce in the “next few days.”

A year after they and Udinese reached an agreement for his transfer, Destiny Udogie made his way to Tottenham Hotspur in the summer.

In 14 league games this season, the left-back has managed two assists and one goal. He made an immediate impression on Ange Postecoglou, solidifying his position on the left side of defense.

The 21-year-old is expected to receive a new contract from Tottenham; Calciomercato will provide you the most recent updates on this.

The defender has already persuaded everyone at the north London club of his abilities in a matter of months. He made his Italy debut in October thanks in part to his performance for Tottenham.

The Spurs have decided to secure Udogie’s long-term future by extending his contract, which was set to expire in 2027, to 2029, with an additional year’s option. According to the report, he will make €2 million net annually under the new deal.

Calciomercato reports that Tottenham will make an announcement regarding the Italy international’s renewal in the “next few days,” suggesting that the two parties have already reached an agreement.

Prior to Udogie agreeing to join Spurs, Juventus and Inter Milan expressed interest. Considering his recent performance, Calciomercato claim the Serie A duo will regret having failed to sign him.

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