Continual over-reliance on Harry Kane
This is a story as old as time. Harry Kane relied on far too heavily at Tottenham Hotspur. So often we’ve implored Levy to find a way to support Spurs’ leading goalscorer.
We understand that it’s hard to find a proficient striker to play second fiddle to Kane, but doing nothing is an unacceptable way to proceed. Kane has suffered numerous repetitive injuries, and every time he goes down reeling in pain we wonder how the side will cope in his absence.
Oftentimes Tottenham pleasantly surprise during the talisman’s time in the training room. But that’s beside the point. Spurs have been a one-trick pony for too long. Yes, Sonny offers a brilliant secondary scoring source, but relying on two players for almost 60 percent of your goals is as unsustainable as it is shortsighted.
Kane is probably on his way out of Tottenham at some point in the near future, which will force Levy’s hand. Maybe finally, purely out of necessity, Levy will find a way for his Spurs side to score more by committee.
It’s probably not a good idea to hold your breath, though.