Spurs lose, Ramos appointed

The pundits say, “Spurs can’t go down,” and “Spurs won’t go down,” thing is we’re in the relegation zone, so until we’re out of there, it’s more than possible.

Today losing 2-1 to Blackburn Rovers was unfortunate. We should have won comfortably. Unfortunately their ‘keeper Brad Friedel was in inspired form and kept out our efforts on goal. They snatched all the points in the 90th minute. How typical of how things are going of late.

Juande Ramos is now in charge after Clive Allen’s one game stint. The Spaniard signed a four-year contract yesterday and has brought with him coach Marcos Alvarez from Sevilla.

Gus Poyet looks to be on his way after Leeds United gave Spurs permission to hold talks with the Uruguayan. This comes after the clubs agreed a ‘confidential’ compensation deal.

Still the media slam the board for searching for a new manager so early on in the season. In my opinion something triggered that search, whether it was something Jol did or whatever, they wanted a replacement and now finally have a replacement.

So Jol has gone and it’s time to move on and hope that the new management team can build on the mess that Jol left. I think we’ve got some great players and if Ramos can bring them together and make them play and defend as a team, he should bring success to White Hart Lane.