You know the story

nothing changed with Clive in charge.

Had chances, took the lead, had more chances, couldn’t hold onto the lead, back off an opposition player who shoots and scores, it’s 1-1, have more chances, useless at set pieces, can’t clear a corner for toffee let someone have a shot in injury time that is the winner.

So with Martin gone Spurs do exactly the same as they did under him to lose 1-2 at home to Blackburn.

With new boss Junade Ramos watching on from a seat next to Levy, he should have had a gone view of all the problems currently with the club.

Just have to hope he can justify that salary, that seems to keep going up, any advance on £6m per year? And along with new number two Gus Poyet can sort it out, starting with the glamour tie with Blackpool in the Carling Cup on Wednesday.

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