Tottenham should keep Soldado

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Time for Tottenham to stick or twist?

Date: 6th April 2014 at 7:03am
Written by Chris Knight

In Tottenham's latest drubbing at the hands of Liverpool, Roberto Soldado once again failed to convince as the lone striker. Without the pace to run in behind or the strength to hold up the ball, the Spanish striker was effectively a bystander as the Merseysiders swept Spurs aside with ease. It would be fair to say that Soldado's debut season in the Premier League hasn't exactly gone according to plan. The £26million summer signing has failed to justify his price tag and the question really is whether Spurs should persevere with the striker beyond the end of this season. But with continued uncertainty over the future of manager Tim Sherwood and so many of the players, it is difficult to anticipate whether the club should stick or twist. Under a new manager's ideas or with different players surrounding him, Soldado could potentially rekindle ... Read More


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