Date: 23rd August 2021 at 8:00pm
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Tottenham Hotspur’s start to the 2021/22 campaign has hardly been blistering, but you can certainly describe it as steady with two Premier League wins from two against Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Nuno Espirito Santo appears to be settling in well at White Hart Lane and we are undoubtedly more defensive in approach, but whether or not that changes when Harry Kane is back up to speed, is open for a bit of debate.

There’s still plenty to sort out off the pitch though and that’s not just limited to the ongoing Kane saga as few would think we are finished in the transfer market, particularly if we look at squad depth with an expectation that Nuno will continue to rotate wildly, ala the almost embarrassing no show against Pacos de Ferreira in the Europa Conference League.

And that is a pressing concern as we welcome them to home soil this Thursday and we already have a 1-0 deficit to overturn. Play as we did in the first leg, well, let’s just hope we don’t.

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123 Replies to “Match Thread – Spurs Take A Second Bite At The Pacos de Ferreira Cherry”

  • poor jod. sole lad on the site whose opinions meet his standards.

    jod, there are wise and idiotic ways to manage a flawed team. you seem to be confusing the idea of a solid team with the idea of wisely managing what you have. A wise manager will wisely manage a good team and wisely manage a weak team. The results obviously depend both on the wisdom of the management and the strength of the team.

    Nothing complicated here. Nothing vague about the formulation.

    A big up on this one, Geof. Campfire warmth to ya.

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