Spurs fans disagree with Alasdair Gold’s right-back choice as he picks strongest XI

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During the quiet international break, Football London’s Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold decided to pick his strongest Spurs XI, and of course it hasn’t been met with full agreement by the fans on Twitter.

One position in particular appeared to be questioned by those supporters who did respond, with the journalist choosing to select Kyle Walker-Peters ahead of the likes of Juan Foyth and Serge Aurier for the right-back role.

It is a spot that is very much up for grabs following the summer departure of Kieran Trippier, with Walker-Peters getting the nod in the opening three Premier League matches of the season before suffering an injury which then kept him out against Arsenal.

Davinson Sanchez started at full-back on that occasion, with Aurier an unused substitute at the Emirates.

Despite the fact the Ivory Coast international is yet to play a single minute this term, it appears as though the majority of Tottenham fans would like to see him given a chance if the following retorts are anything to go by.

Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…

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