Tottenham’s track record is insufficient. It’s insane that I’ve only won one trophy this century, the League Cup final in 2008, in which I played and scored against Chelsea.
Under Mauricio Pochettino, they’ve been close since, reaching finals and finishing second in the league, but no medals. It all comes down to the athletes’ inability to cross the finish line.
It was for this reason that Harry Kane desired to depart. For Daniel Levy, keeping him was crucial. Selling Kane and allowing their greatest player to leave would have sent a message to other possible recruits that the club was lacking in ambition.
Nuno Espirito Santo is in the midst of a big rebuilding project. He has lost two games in a row after winning his first three games in charge ahead of Sunday’s north London derby.
Source: Daily Mail