Who should take the blame for today?
Feature by Hog
Updated Saturday, 18th August 2012
Right firstly I do not think that AVB should be to blame at all, with who he has it's pretty much the best team out. But apart from a bit going to the players most has to go to Levy.
The reasons are obvious, options up front. Jermain cannot play as a lone striker if there is no one capable of build up play or holding the ball up and allow others to get into the game.
You could tell straight away that JD would struggle (luckily Colly wasn't playing or it would have looked far worse).
The true concern is how long it is going to take Levy. The Adebayor situation should have been sorted by now an there are no excuses. If he isn't coming who is?!
The Modric saga is very easy to point out as the issue however that is a cowards excuse. If Levy is not spending the fans need to know, if he is actually working on things he should save all of our time and explain.
I am not holding breathe as I may end up passing out waiting for our chairman to actually finish the transfers before the opening game.
If the right men are not brought in then it will show that the club have outgrown Levy and it is time he stepped down. There is no point in pussy footing around it, Redknapp supposedly didn't do his job he went, same as other managers, but we were on the brink and a step back is failure and Levy should have the treatment as the other "failures". This is not a knee jerk response to the Newcastle result as it's 7 months of bad decisions.
As always right behind the team and seeing AVB when we scored was worth it. One final point though to Lennon and Kyle keep calm don't make the rookie mistakes you are better than that.
Come on you Spurs!!
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