Boss Ange Postecoglou took Scottish football by storm during his two years as Celtic boss - and has quickly won over the Tottenham support since taking on the English Premier League.
His do-or-die football philosophy that birthed the 'Angeball' term has led Spurs to an unbeaten start to the campaign - and they continued that run during the North London derby with Arsenal, holding their rivals to a 2-2 draw. But the Australian was less than pleased at the full-time whistle after Bukayo Saka was given the chance to score from the penalty spot at the Emirates.
VAR reversed referee Robert Jones' decision not to award the hosts a spot-kick when Romero blocked a goal-bound shot with his hand from close quarters - and it sparked an irked post-match debrief from Postecoglou that will be familiar to the Celtic support. He was fond of is a spiky press conference during his time north of the border - and often deployed his "mate" catchphrase while launching a cheeky quip or firm response.
And when asked about the penalty call, he bristled at the gathered English media. The Tottenham boss said: "Mate, I couldn't see but I've got no idea about the handball rule. I really don't.
"I saw the one yesterday at Wolves and it just seems if it hits your hand it's a penalty and then other times if it hits your hand, it isn't a penalty. I've got no idea. It is the one rule in the game I just don't understand. Unless we start developing armless defenders I don't know how you are supposed to block things and be in a natural position. It is what it is mate
Pressed on if he needed more clarity on the handball rule, the irked boss went on: "I think any clarity would be good because I have got no idea, mate."Read on dailyrecord.co.uk