Hard to argue with any of that. Utd weren’t great, but they didn't need to be. That was one of the worst performances I have seen from a decent side in years. Well, since last Sunday, but sure.Spurs are ****ed big time. Levy is paying the price for a catalogue of poor decisions: big stadium instead of investing in players > firing Poch > hiring Jose > not selling Kane > hiring Nuno. I'd be fired from my job if I made that many **** ups. Sadly I don't think Levy will, and not much will change until he goes. Spurs are now the worst they've been for over 10 years, and it's going to take more than a few tweaks to challenge again.
As for Kane, I always say the same about any player, once they want to leave, let them go. They will never put the effort in again once they've mentally decided they want to go. Absolutely collossal mistake not selling him last season.
I could understand Burnley or Watford playing like that, but the guts of that Spurs team have play in a CL final FFS.
I have no idea what Nuno’s tactics are. Clearly the players don’t either.
You‘re right, you don’t fix something THAT bad with 1 or 2 new signings. Or a new manager. That’s a 3 or 4 transfer window job. Not many of that team/squad I would keep. Lloris, though I think his contract is up soon, and he’s 34 ish. Son and ehhh…..nope, that’s it. A lot of dead wood to shift as well.
You sure as **** won’t get 150m for Kane this summer. You won't get 100m on current form. Only a handful of sides can pay that money (City, Chelsea, Utd and PSG). The latter don’t need a new striker, and why would the other 3 pay that for a boy who looks like a **** Jason Lee?
Actually, that’s an insult to Jason Lee, he ran about and shot (badly), Kane does neither.