A few months ago, it was the best possible time to be a Tottenham fan, as the team had defeated Ajax in the dying seconds in the Champions League semi-final.
Thanks to Lucas Moura heroics, Spurs fans were set to watch their first-ever Champions League Final, all thanks to the likes of Pochettino, Levy, the staff, and the squad.
However, Tottenham lost 2-0 to Liverpool in Madrid and things have gone from bad to worse since then.
The club have won just three games from 11 so far in all competitions this season, including defeats to Bayern Munich, Newcastle United, Leicester City, Brighton, and Colchester United.
The 7-2 Bayern loss, followed by a 3-0 defeat to Brighton, has been the low point of the season so far, but ex-player Paul Miller believes fans should be getting behind the team still.
The centre-back who played over 200 games for Spurs (Wikipedia), said:
As a former player and still a fan, Spurs are part of my life, yes we are currently going through a tricky period caused by all sorts of circumstances but one thing we should do is stick together ignore the criticism and stand solidly behind our club, the players and management!
— Paul Miller (@PaulMaxiMiller) October 6, 2019
Spurs Web Opinion:
While I am angry and frustrated with certain players and performances, I could not agree more with Paul. We loved these players and this manager when they reached the highs and we must stick with them in the lows. Let’s hope they find the light at the end of the tunnel.
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