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Five reasons it has all gone WRONG for Tottenham Hotspur this season

Date: 13th November 2014 at 4:10 pm
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It is not the manager - it is the playersAt the start of each season, there are few fans more hopeful – or more deluded, it just depends on how you look at it – that those of Tottenham Hotspur.

The north London side seem to harbour initial hopes of the title, drop these quickly to the top four and then come November time, seem to focus on searching for a new manager to replace their current one when he is inevitably sacked and finally, settle on hopefully finishing above Arsenal. Or just beating them in a derby.

That final hope seems to be still on the cards this term with the Gunners just as bad, if not worse than their neighbours, but for the perennially underachieving Spurs, it is simply not good enough.

With that in mind, we have put our heads together to come up with five reasons it has all gone wrong for the Lilywhites this season.

Click on Roberto Soldado to see where it has gone so wrong this season.

It is not the manager - it is the players

Spurs fans. Do you think that the season can be turned around? Where has it all gone so wrong? Let us know your thoughts below or tweet us @LaFootyettes.

4 thoughts on “Five reasons it has all gone WRONG for Tottenham Hotspur this season

  • john
    6 years ago

    spurs are a joke again again again all spurs fans have lost interest now Fazio wow what a plonker baldini go now

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  • nigy
    6 years ago

    SIMPLE MANAGER NOT GOOD ENOUGH, TO MANY PLAYERS BOUGHT LAST SEAON THEN TRY TO CHANGE THE STYLE OF PLAY OVERNIGHT NO CHANCE AND THIS IS THE WORST FOOTBALL AT THE LANE FOR MANY YEARS OK HE DONE OK AT SOUTHAMPTON BUT THAT WAS WITH A VERY YOUNG SQUAD AND THEY DID PLAY PRETTY FOOTBALL, NOW HIS STYLE IS CALLED CLUELESS NO SHAPE NOT PATTERN AND NO HOPE SEE SIMPLE PLAY TO OUR STRENGHTS NOT LIKE HEADLESS CHICKENS AND FINALY SQUAD ROTATION IS NOT WORKING AND TO MANY GOOD PLAYERS LEFT OUT EACH WEEK AND SOME GOOD ONES SOLD

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  • Garbonza
    6 years ago

    Wonder where you were a couple of seasons ago when commentators like you said Bale was the only Spur that made that one-man-team worthwhile? Just funny how these “lazy” players have been going through double training sessions every day since Poch arrived. And the money that was “flushed” was all on players performing well at their former clubs — and will come right again once they have been moved on, if Tottenham hasn’t ruined them for good.

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  • terry
    6 years ago

    well there are some many things wrong dier started pretty good at spurs but now he has lost confidense i thing with his ability he should get a start at ch with verts cannot understand the boy has good ability strong and agile now is mp chance to change things around admit he has made mistakes with kaboul and change the gstructure this boy could be a star at chalf give it a go pooh

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