I think the following poster's who posted after Spurs had a few bad results need to go to the Muppett factory and reinstall their brains, incidently Alfie said "no need to panic"
BB Posted November 29, 2017 (edited)
You might be right about rotation but is it a case of your team, which hasn't changed greatly for the past few seasons, become stale and needs freshening up?
Posted November 30, 2017
just four points from their last five games
Spurs are actually only three points worse off than they were after 14 games this time last year, and have won exactly the same number of games, with seven.
Six wins, two draws and a loss from their first nine league games have been followed by one win, a draw and three defeats from their next five, as well as elimination from the Carabao Cup at the hands of West Ham.
RC Posted November 29, 2017
Nah its got chilly and Christmas is here so the pay packet deflation has kicked in and some of those senior players are getting itchy feet.
Bangrak Bob Posted November 30, 2017
No need to panic, but losing 3 and drawing 1 out of your last 5 EPL games has to be of some concern. You know how these runs can become an issue. And i don't remember the last time you had a run of losses like this, new territory for Poch and the boys.
Champers Posted December 1, 2017
Before the season started I predicted in this forum that Spurs would finish outside the top 6. I think they bought too little too late and the "Wembley effect" would cost them points. I did expect a decline in fortunes later rather than sooner, as the season wore on.