The Ange Postecoglou revolution is in full-swing at Tottenham Hotspur, so just how far will Spurs go this season? Well, if you’re searching for the latest Spurs news and odds, you’ve come to the right place!
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Tottenham’s dream start under Ange Postecoglou came to an abrupt end with their first defeat of the campaign in a chaotic 4-1 loss to Chelsea. This was followed by Spurs losing 2-1 to Wolves in the early kick-off of matchweek 12 during a time when the club was dealing with a major injury crisis.
But with the majority of players back off the sidelines, Spurs’ form has now returned to how it was in the early stages of the campaign and they are back in the fight for the top-four.
The Lilywhites return to Premier League action on Saturday at home to Crystal Palace.
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Safe to say, expectations have risen dramatically in recent weeks, so could Spurs be returning to the Champions League or, possibly even, win a trophy?
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Both Manchester United and Chelsea continue to be dysfunctional, while Newcastle, Aston Villa, Brighton and West Ham are all juggling European commitments.
Given that they’re not involved in UEFA competition, and are out of the Carabao Cup too, Postecoglou’s team are playing less frequently than all their rivals, which could be exactly what they need, given Spurs are still operating with a small squad.
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Tottenham have made their best start to a league season since 1960/61 which, incidentally, is the last time they were crowned champions of England.
It isn’t really happening...... is it?
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Did you know, back in 1991, Tottenham beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 after extra time in the FA Cup Final, their eighth triumph in the competition, becoming the tournament’s most-successful club?
Well, since then, they’ve lost in all eight FA Cup semi-finals in which they have appeared, an unwanted record, with fierce rivals Arsenal and Manchester United both overtaking them for total cup wins.
What Spurs fans crave above all else is major silverware and, having been dumped out of the EFL Cup by Fulham, this is their best shot.
Manager Ange Postecoglou could be the perfect man to end this draught, given that he wins everywhere he goes, most-recently picking up five major honours in just two seasons in charge of Celtic.
Before that, he led Yokohama F. Marinos to the J.League title, won the Asia Cup in charge of the Socceroos and led Brisbane Roar to back-to-back A-League Grand Final triumphs.
Spurs are currently seventh-favourites to win the FA Cup, priced at 14/1, so perhaps it’s worthing back their Aussie to go to Wembley early.
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Ange Postecoglou may not have been the first name to eventually replace Antonio Conte as Tottenham’s new manager, but the Australian has certainly been welcomed with open arms since his arrival from Celtic.
Postecoglou is known for playing football on the front foot and if there is one thing that Tottenham need more of it is the ability to have more confidence going forward. They have tried the world class managers now it is time for a fresh approach in North London.
Tottenham’s new man takes over with the club at their lowest ebb for quite some time. Last season was an ongoing experiment in how to run a club badly and the relationship between support and club chairman Daniel Levy is tense at best and fractious at worse.
Fractious because the club have not won any silverware since their League Cup success of 2008. For a club that is considered as part of the Premier League’s big six, they are perhaps hanging on to that membership by just a thread.
Positioned as English football’s nearly men in the past decade or so, even the role of bridesmaid has not been afforded to them in recent years and with Harry Kane once again linked with a divorce, this is going to be an interesting few weeks in N17.
Especially as the talisman is now in the final season of his current contract and this gives Levy the biggest dilemma of all. Do you cash in and sell the club’s crown jewel, or do you allow Kane the ability to run out his deal and potentially leave for free?
If Tottenham are to mix it once again with England’s and eventually Europe’s elite, then tying Kane down to a new contract is the main priority. At the same time, such a topic cannot be the thing that serves as a distraction to Tottenham’s new manager.
In essence this upcoming season does resemble something of a free hit for the former Celtic boss – that is as long as the club are seen to be going in some form of positive direction and who knows, he may even be able to scoop one of the two domestic trophies on offer.