The 2013-14 season was disappointing for Tottenham supporters after the past few seasons of pushing for a top-4 finish. But why is it regarded in this way?
For every club who finished below Tottenham, apart from Manchester United, what Spurs achieved through the season would be regarded as a success. The Tottenham season started out with such high expectations last August and winning to opening two league games encouraged us in our belief, even though the dark cloud of Gareth Bale’s impending departure was still hanging over us.
Reality soon took a hold but even with a change of manager in mid-season, Tottenham won 21 games in the Premier League, equalling their best ever in the league. They gained a total of 69 points which equals their 3rd best total, only 3 points behind last season’s record of 72 points and 70 in 2009-10. Injuries hit Tottenham badly throughout the season but the major problem among supporters was an over expectation of what we would achieve and the impact that the 7 summer signings would have.
Time to Reflect
Now that the season has ended and you’ve had time to reflect on the past 10 months, I just wanted to bring to your attention that I have made a survey to gather opinion on Tottenham in 2013-14.
Hopefully we will have a good response to the 10 questions and next week I will report on what everyone had to say about the 2013-14 season.
If you are interested in having your say, we’d love to hear from you, please click on either of the following links: