Five points for Tottenham Hotspur to ponder after their late comeback

Date: 22nd February 2015 at 6:04 pm
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Being sloppy in posession and wasting chances has to stopTottenham Hotspur are facing one of the biggest weeks in their season so far and did not exactly get it off to the best start.

A draw against West Ham United may have been considered impressive given how good the Hammers have been at times this season but there was no getting away from the fact that Spurs were not as fluid or solid as they have been at times this term.

A point will go towards their fight for fourth place but before attention moves towards the Europa League second leg and League Cup final, we have taken a look at five points to ponder for Mauricio Pochettino and his men.

Click on Danny Rose to see what we noticed during the late comeback from Pochettino’s men.

Rose and Walker are vital to Pochettino's vision

Spurs fans. What did you make of the performance? Who stood out for you? Let us know your thoughts below, become a guest blogger or tweet us @LaFootyettes.

One thought on “Five points for Tottenham Hotspur to ponder after their late comeback

  • Julian Moonsamy
    9 years ago

    A typically lethargic and disappointing performance after a midweek euro match. I believe that Poch should have should rotate at least 6 or 7 players for the euro clashes / cup matches and stick to his best 11 come league matches. Yes other teams rely on ther most trusted players to do the job come champions league and them follow uo with basically the same team for the weekend league matches. Unfortunately we not at that level of consistency, maturity and mental strength to ask that of these players. Rotate the team to get the best results and consistency for the league matches so that we can be challenges for the top 4 and the the league title, once the team has gained that kind of consistency then he cup matches results will come and the players will believe even more in themselves


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