...so inept and craven. Spurs again wasted the chance to capitalise on the slip ups of others by again putting in a poor effort away to top six competition.
...against Boro. Spurs did their utmost to make Middlesbrough look like Sunderland in almost snatching a draw from the jaws of victory.
...knickers. Spurs yet again failed to capitalise on points dropped by their closest rivals for the title, with a dull performance in a draw against a dull Sunderland.
...plan. Part way through Spurs victory commanding over West Brom, Tony Pulis looked lost, this wasn't meant to happen and how could he get more centre-backs on the pitch.
...him. Sky Sports couldn't hide their disappointment as Spurs derailed they're celebrations of Chelsea beating the single season winning streak.
...back. After a couple of promising performances Spurs drop back into this season's standard form with an insipid display to lose at Man Utd.
...now. In beating CSKA Moscow in their last Champions League game, Spurs finally won a game at Wembley, now they have no excuse for the Europa League or next season.
...and give Swansea three points. In true Spurs style they picked the wrong time to play one of the worst teams in the league, Swansea, just after they had a moral boosting snatch and grab victory.
...lives. It's happening again. On another day when it looked again like Spurs would fail to capitalise on other results and a draw would be good they finally won a game.
...again. Spurs must have done something right in the North London Derby as Wenger was whinging and we know he does that to detract from his team's performance.
...losing. The reaction to the latest NFL game played in London, where the Redskins tied/drew with the Bengals was “it's like kissing your sister”, feels like Spurs have been snogging a sibling all season.
...cloud. At the end of Spurs one nil annihilation of Sunderland you wondered if the result was worth the injuries as Spurs players were dropping like flies.
...were introduced to football. Spurs really got their season up and running with another four nil thumping of the Stoke thugs at their own dump.
…over again. One kick in the dying seconds couldn’t hide the fact that the same team that struggled at the Euros, struggled exactly the same way in Sam Allardyce’s first game as England manager. I had originally thought that Adam Lallana’s last ditch goal had moved Allardyce from being the new Hodgson to him being […]
...but that's all. Spurs' third league outing of the season turned into an exercise in “taking the positives” in another lifeless, drab, disappointing affair.