Tottenham's mentality must change before next season. How can they change it?

The biggest hurdle for Spurs has been the belief in winning. Ange Postecoglou has made that known throughout the season. Just how will he go about doing that, though?
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3. No more cheering for losses

Let's not mince words here: what happened against Manchester City on Tuesday night was a travesty. It is one thing to not want your rivals to succeed, but it is another to actively want to lose.

Fans made that well known which outcome they believed was more favorable, and it set Postecoglou over the edge. If it is true members of the coaching staff joked about losing to undermine Arsenal, that's all that needs to be said.

The clearout is coming this summer. Any player who doesn't have the drive to win is not going to be in Postecoglou's plan. The same goes for the staff. Those who sit in the stands must also get with the program. They can't cheer for the team to lose ever again.

They can't drag down the confidence of the squad to fit their desires. Online banter can border on harassment sometimes, but it should not drive fans to want to actively lose. That must change to see the success fans yearn for.

Culture change has always been at the forefront of the Postecoglou project. Hopefully, Daniel Levy, ENIC, and the board understand that, too, and they will meet the Australian's demands, revamp the squad to his liking, and will promote a winning culture.