Spurs are good enough to finish in the top four

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Are Tottenham showing early signs of a top four team?

Date: 26th August 2014 at 6:31pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Last year’s mammoth summer of spending was seen to be the prelude to Tottenham once again claiming a spot in the top four of the Premier League and securing Champions League football. It was the expectation laid at the door of Andre Villas-Boas by Daniel Levy, even with knowledge of Gareth Bale’s impending sale to Real Madrid. The arrivals, at least two of them tipped as stars of the future, were deemed enough to offset the Welshman’s departure and provide the quality throughout to see Spurs become a Champions League club again. That didn’t play out as Levy had hoped. A combination of injuries, difficulty in adapting and, apparently, Villas-Boas’ dissatisfaction at some of the signings, saw a disastrous season – certainly relative to £100 million of spending – followed the Portuguese coach’s dismissal and another place among the far from glamorous lights of Europa League football. This summer has been about evolution rather than revolution. ... Read More

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