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Ange Postecoglou has it all to do at Spurs

By The Boy -

A new football season is upon us and as ever a colossal amount of money has already been spent, with many sides bound to get stuck in before the window eventually closes. It may take some sides a few games of the new term to realise they can no longer resist and must get involved before opportunities are lost.

One of the most fascinating aspects of football for me has always been the joy of placing a bet on a game. Having a punt is an enjoyable pastime for many people. It offers me entertainment, excitement, and the thrill of risk. So the start of any new Premier League season brings with it that initial thrill of working out who is in the best position to succeed in their campaign. Making the right choices is one matter and getting the best value and best information, so everyone needs to get the latest football odds.

Tottenham are, as ever entering the new season with so much yet to be done. New coach Ange Postecoglou has developed a system that has proved successful in lower leagues, but the Premier League is a gruelling tournament, and certain aspects, such as Tottenham’s defense are now under scrutiny.

After conceding 63 league goals last season, Postecogloui would be quite within his rights to have told Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy that the existing Spurs backline players are no longer fit for purpose. In a somewhat fractured pre-season tour, where Tottenham ended up playing dome frankly mediocre sides, Big Ange watched his side concede on nine occasions.

At this moment in time, Spurs have just two respectable defenders, Cristian Romero, and Micky Van de ven. Pedro Porro is a good player, but much more of an attacker than a defender.

Another significant concern has to be the former Serie A goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario, who appears to be a nice guy but was the club’s second choice, with Tottenham unable to agree on a feed for Brentford’s David Raya. Raya has now been loaned out to Arsenal, with a value placed on his head of £30 million., according to Sky Sports. Fingers crossed that Spurs don’t find out the hard way that you buy cheap. you buy twice.

My money this season is on Tottenham struggling, just as we did last time out, because the significant overhaul of players that was required, didn’t happen. Playing without European football will help Spurs, and this season the more positives, the merrier.


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