Window Shopping: Tottenham Hotspur
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Our feature continues, with third-placed Tottenham Hotspur next on the list for January window scrutiny. Having notoriously failed to back Mauricio Pochettino in past windows, will this winter finally see the purse strings loosened? Summer Review: Tottenham Hotspur fans could be forgiven for feeling short-changed by the notoriously tight Daniel Levy, as they failed to bring in any summer targets. Besides protracted will-he-won’t-he sagas for Jack Grealish coming in and Toby Alderweireld coming out, it seemed almost destined to be a quiet summer for the Lilywhites. They couldn’t even finalise a new stadium before the deadline.
Image credit - FlickrWho comes in? It’s difficult to really know what to expect from Spurs in January, seeing as Mauricio Pochettino has, to his credit, not complained about the lack of backing from the board. Expect incomings to be dictated by outgoings, although it is widely agreed that cover is needed in case Harry Kane gets injured for any lengthy period of time.
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SummaryTottenham Hotspur have recovered from a shaky start to compete on several fronts and credit must go to Pochettino and his balanced squad. Their form rests heavily on whether the talismanic Harry Kane can avoid a long term injury – lose him and they might lose all hope of the top four.
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