Spurs’ conflicting transfer policy, Erik Thorstvedt & Lennon highlights need for Plan B – Best of THFC

erik_thorstvedtHarry Redknapp has had very few bad weeks as a Spurs manager this season but this will surely rank as one of them as a disappointing return of one point, when there was clearly six for the taking, has seen a golden opportunity missed to build a gap between themselves and their other top four rivals. They say throughout the course of a season clubs go through a rocky spell and Redknapp will hope that it doesn’t roll on to their FA Cup run this afternoon as this is a competition that Tottenham have a realistic chance of winning this season. Grayson feels that Tottenham will present a far tougher challenge to his team than United did a fortnight ago and the smart money also suggests with the bookies that the North Londoners will emerge victorious.

This week at FFC has seen an array of Tottenham Blogs which has looked at Tottenham’s conflicting transfer policies; why a change of formation would suit Luka Modric and whatever happened to Erik Thorstvedt.

We have also picked out some best of the Web snippets to provide you with some alternate reading this Saturday afternoon.

How Tottenham’s transfer policies are countering each other

Are Tottenham missing a trick with the Spanish youth?

Fall from Grace: Ilie Dumitrescu

What is Webb’s problem with Tottenham Hotspur?

Time for Harry to call time on this striking experiment

A short term move could prove a win-win situation for Bentley and Spurs

Comolli, Grant, Zajec – why does the Sporting Director role fail in England?

Whatever happened to Tottenham’s Erik Thorstvedt?

For the sake of Luka and Niko, Tottenham need a change in formation

Tottenham should go Dutch, but not Ruud

Aaron Lennon highlights the need for a ‘Plan B’

Harry owes debt to Heurelho Gomes

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Best of Web


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