Manchester City's Kyle Walker aims dig at Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 13, 2017

Spurs will be delighted to have kicked off their season with a win, and Pochettino will be particularly pleased with the performance of youngster Kyle Walker-Peters, who was forced into making his Premier League debut after Walker's move to Manchester City and Kieran Trippier's injury.

The England global made his debut for the Citizens in Saturday's late kickoff in the Premier League, and the 27-year-old has said that he is now "enjoying his football again".

The club's last Premier League game came against Spurs, with the Magpies already relegated and the north Londoners aware that a victory would see them finish above Arsenal.

It's not clear why Walker might have felt unhappy with life towards the end of his Tottenham career, but he slipped in a little dig after commenting on how much he was enjoying life at City. I am enjoying working with the club, the lads have been so welcoming and I am enjoying my football.

'It's better to play football with a smile on your face'.

Walker may also have found himself stalling at Spurs and clearly relished what he will be hoping is the start of a more successful season at City this term.

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