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  • CalgaryResident CalgaryResident Feb 24, 2009 23:27 Flag

    37 points enough?

    Unfortunately I do not think that football teams outside of the top four have the luxury of a consistent manager especially at Spurs.

    Mr Levy does not have any patients and the smallest little thing make him think all will be resolved with a new Manager. The same goes for many so called Spurs fans. Let hope next season the fans can lead by example and want the consistency we have seen at the top four clubs.

    At the end of the day the buck should stop with the players that how it is at Man U. If they aren't good enough then they are sold off simple as that. Why should it be any different at Spurs.

    Spurs are a big club and the only one that has invested in buying/paying over the odds for middle class players. We have the money just need to get players in which understand the importance of having a good work rate and fighting mentality.

    After MJ left the last two season have been a write off....couldn't get any lower. I hope the summer will bring in whole sale changes in terms of players, with the rest of the season showing us who is up for the fight and who can stand and be counted to fight the Spurs cause.

    Lets have a clear out start with fresh faces and give them time to gel as a team.

    37 points simply not good enough.

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    • I agree Calgary,

      After the Carling Cup final our target or objective has to be 'get as many points as we can'.

      Years ago our country-cousins from the Boleyn Ground went down with 44 points - I know its not the same this time round but I will sleep a bit easier knowing that we are good enough to get the points to see us into the top half of the table - its a bit optimistic, but I'm convinced that we can get into 8th or 7th if results go our way!