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Christmas is a likely turning point for Big Ange’s Tottenham

By The Boy -

There’s nothing quite like the Premier League and the fixture congestion of the Christmas period, which brings fans joy as they look forward to a winter break and an opportunity to kick back, relax, and watch the most intense period of the footballing calendar. Time off from work at this end of the year can be spent with family, eating and drinking, and just generally relaxing, for example, streaming or enjoying nyerőgépek festive slot offers. It’s a time to step back from day-to-day tasks and have some fun.

Spurs fans will be looking for Big Ange to use these games to recover the form that in the opening weeks of the campaign had pundits and supporters alike cooing over the style of the play and the results. These results saw Tottenham being mentioned as a serious contender for a top-of-the-table finish.

The press in England likes to talk up a side, as it almost guarantees them an opportunity to trowel it on when the inevitable collapse occurs. However, for a while at least, Spurs were the real deal. The miraculous was occurring, and the success that the big Australian had achieved in Japan and Scotland was finally being replicated in the Premier League.

Selling Harry Kane to Bayern Munich was on the face of things a disastrous move to even consider, but the truth of it was the poor man had sacrificed himself again and again for the cause in N17 and absolutely nothing for his trouble.

Then, after numerous well-documented, aborted attempts to fill Antonio Conte‘s shoes, Daniel Levy eventually hired a coach who arrived at the club having proven more than once that he could build winning sides without breaking the bank. Tottenham’s preseason was farcical. Disjointed barely described travelling halfway around the world to battle a monsoon season to play games in suffocating humidity.

Once the Premier League kicked off, it soon became clear that with the right personnel in the right formation, Spurs were able to play fast, free-flowing football and up until the end of October were unbeaten in the division. November was brutal and saw Postecoglou beaten three times on the bounce.

With the seeing out of suspensions and the healing of one or two injuries, December proved that hot heads and hamstrings had been behind the turbulence.

When it comes to the January transfer window, the Tottenham board must ensure that Ange has the required depth to his squad and be left staring at the same jokers that left down Pochettino, José Mourinho, Nuno Espírito Santo, and Antonio Conte.







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