Spurs & AVB – From Turmoil to Triumph?




The last Saturday of September saw Spurs defeat United at Old Trafford for the first time in 23 years. One could say that this is one of those records that had to be broken sooner or later but others are of the opinion that the North London club are turning a corner and this could be a season to remember for more than just this particular win. Although Tottenham’s start to the season was slow it was not as disastrous as the media, pundits and some Spurs fans made it out to be, at which time many were calling for the head of Andre Villas-Boas, mainly influenced by the knowledge of his mediocre performance at Chelsea last season.  The needle has now swung the other way and things seem to have turned around at While Hart Lane now that Spurs have won 4 out of their last 5 games in all competitions. What do you think? Is AVB the right man to guide Tottenham into the top 4 again and possibly add a League Cup or Europa League title? Or will they falter and miss out on another Champions League qualification? Make up your own mind by reading from the list of our selected articles on the topic:


AVB plays down his team’s league title chances and outlines his target for the season.

Why Spurs won’t have to wait another 11 years for a win over Manchester United

Is Tottenham’s AVB trying too hard?

A defining week for Spurs & AVB

Spurs fans not booing anymore


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One Comment on “Spurs & AVB – From Turmoil to Triumph?”

  1. Asfand October 5, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

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