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Laura Woods haunted by picture of Premier League manager that ‘keeps popping up’ in her home

LAURA WOODS has joked she is being haunted by a picture of Ange Postecoglou.

The TNT Sports host has revealed a snap of her and the Tottenham manager “keeps popping up” in her home.

Laura Woods has joked she is being haunted by a picture of Ange Postecoglou

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Laura Woods has joked she is being haunted by a picture of Ange PostecoglouCredit: Rex
The TNT Sports host took a snap with the Tottenham boss at Wimbledon

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The TNT Sports host took a snap with the Tottenham boss at WimbledonCredit: instagram / @laurawoodsy

Woods had her picture taken with Postecoglou at Wimbledon last summer, with the polaroid snap now at her home.

However, she has now admitted she cannot escape it after being asked if she would swap the Spurs boss with Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta.

Postecoglou has become a fan-favourite since his appointment in the summer and Gunners supporter Woods is even an admirer.

Speaking to talkSPORT at the Six Nations: Full Contact premiere, she explained: “No, because I love Mikel Arteta so that was an easy one for me but I do have a big soft spot for big Ange, I really like him.

“I met him at Wimbledon and I’ve got this polaroid of him, I don’t know why. A polaroid of me and big Ange. It keeps popping up in my house.

“I’ll open up a drawer and it’s there and I’m like ‘wow’. Then I’ll go into my cupboard a couple of weeks later and it’s in my cupboard and I’m like ‘why does it keep popping up?’

“I don’t know what that means but I love what he’s done as an individual coach. I really am disappointed that it means Spurs are better and it’s quite a threat for us.

“I think he’s brilliant. I think he’s done a brilliant job. I think it’s a massive shame that he lost [James] Maddison, I think that was a huge hit.

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“He’s struggling quite a lot with injuries but no, I wouldn’t swap him.”

Woods stunned on the red carpet in a bold all-black outfit as she attended the Netflix event in London on Monday.

The new Six Nations documentary series is available on the streaming platform from January 24.

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