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“We literally had like 3 attacks and sat back the whole game” Mixed reactions from Spurs fans despite win
By Bruce Grove -

Tottenham fans have become very demanding after enjoying some good times under the management of Mauricio Pochettino.

The appointment of Jose Mourinho also raised their level of expectations considering that the Special One has won trophies at every club that he has managed.

His team has tried to manage the expectations, but sometimes they have struggled to meet them.

The Lilywhites are playing a result-based game at the moment and that has seen them sit back to absorb pressure from their opponents in most of their games.

Against Fulham yesterday, they allowed the Cottagers to have the best bits of play while they defended their early lead for the duration of the game.

Despite the win, some of the fans want Tottenham to do more than just win games.

The club posted the highlight of the match on their Twitter account and here are some reactions.

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Jim Mckevitt.
Jim Mckevitt.
1 month ago

Maybe the fitness levels aren’t there this season for all the obvious reasons.

Northern Monkey
Northern Monkey
1 month ago

F’ing sick of these whingers and the reason I’ve come off many of the fan groups on FB and others. How many games have we dominated and ended up with 0 to 1 point. We won. Lets get a run going and see where it takes us.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago

Yes mate, onwards and upwards… Sanchez impressed me after his recent flapping.. He was winning the ball, key tackles and showed presence.. His clearances and passing were poor after, but some top defending from the lad.

Last edited 1 month ago by Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
eddie
eddie
1 month ago

He was at his panicky best trying to clear just prior to their cruelly disallowed goal.However that and the previous match showed definite improvement.Has Ledley had a word?