Seriously, how Jekyll and Hyde do Spurs want to be this season? Four consecutive Premier League defeats that threatened to derail their Champions League dreams wiped out by two wins on the spin and two performances bristling with confidence. Such inconsistency in their form points to a team still trying to establish their identity under a new manager. The man in question, Andre Villas-Boas, remains on his own fact finding missing to locate the all important winning formula that will earn the North London club a spot on Europe’s elite table. But, as the season approaches its half way mark, Villas-Boas needs to find some uniformity with his starting lineup and drill home the importance of retaining focus during a physically and psychologically demanding Christmas period.

This week on FFC is Scott Parker the man Spurs are missing most and which French striker could be on his way to White Hart Lane in the January transfer window?

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Quote of the Week

“The fans have the right to everything in my opinion. They are the ones who breathe the biggest passion for the football club, they are the essence and they breathe the values of the football club. They are entitled to whatever they want to say or chant; disappointment, belief, encouragement, positiveness. It is all down to them, football is about them, it is about their passion. They have the right more than anybody to show that. (As a manager) you have to take it. Sometimes we don’t like what we hear but that’s life.” Andre Villas-Boas says Spurs fans have the right to boo if they’re not playing well

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