Dele Alli told he should never play for Tottenham again after Europa shambles

Former Tottenham standout Jamie O'Hara has launched into an extraordinary rant following Spurs' shock defeat to NS Mura in the Europa Conference League.

O'Hara spent six years at White Hart Lane before moving onto Wolves in 2011.

And O'Hara has claimed that Dele Alli should never play for Spurs again as the Lilywhites suffered a shock defeat to the Slovenian minnows.

Amadej Maroša snatched a last-minute winner for the hosts, leaving Antonio Conte's side shocked in Maribor.

And speaking on Sky Sports, the Englishman didn't hold back on his assessment as he blasted a number of first-team stars performances on Thursday evening.

"These are a Slovenian top-flight side that I would expect a National League side to give a game," O'Hara said.

"It has been a disgrace and some of the players – and I’ll name them as well – (Matt) Doherty, (Tanguy) Ndombele, Dele Alli, Davinson Sanchez were absolutely shocking.

"They shouldn't wear a Spurs shirt again some of them in my opinion.

"This is a European game you need to win and go out and impress a new manager in Antonio Conte.

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"You've got to go out there and give everything you’ve got and put in an unbelievable performance for yourself to say 'I want to be part of this group and part of this Conte era'.

"And not one player on that pitch deserves any credit from that game.

"It was a shocking performance.

"These players are strolling around the park like they’re dismissing this game as if they think they’re too good to play in it.

"It was an absolute disgrace from some of them – and if Conte doesn’t make big changes – get them out of the club, get rid of them, get them off the wage bill – we don’t want them, it was pathetic."

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