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Dele Alli has explained that although Tottenham Hotspur want to win every game they play, the club's next game against West Ham in the EFL Cup is a bit more important as the Spurs fans want to win the match as much as the players.

The Hammers have come in for plenty of criticism following Friday's lacklustre 3-0 home defeat to Brighton and, as they have yet to truly impress this season, boss Slaven Bilic's job appears to be firmly on the line.

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During the aforementioned interview, Bilic bore the brunt of the criticism and was disheartened by his side's performance, he did reference his future at the club and said he wasn't sure if he would have time to make amends.

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Tottenham, who thrashed Liverpool 4-1 in the Premier League at Wembley on Sunday, will next welcome their London rivals West Ham for the cup game on Wednesday night.

Home fans booed throughout the defeat and thousands left the ground early.

He said after Friday's loss, "It is very hard for me to say anything clever in this moment apart from it's very disappointing". As a manager you take the credit and as a manager you take the full responsibility.

"The board will do what they are going to do." said the Croatian. We have been in this situation before and we got out.

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"I don't want to hide behind anything".

"I'm not anxious - worried is a bad word".

Either him or Mancini could be the replacement of Bilic.

The former 1860 Munich and Augsburg youngster, forced to retire from playing at the age of 19 through persistent knee injuries, took over at Hoffenheim two years ago and steered the club clear of relegation, and then into fourth place at the end of last season.

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