Former Spur suggests the club’s lack of investment is now biting hard

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Just 127 days ago, Tottenham Hotspur were appearing in their first ever Champions League final.

The fans had witnessed some amazing comebacks and fighting spirit from the players during the European campaign with the hope that the club would kick on and reach a new height this season.

In reality, things couldn’t be further from the truth.  Embarrassing defeats to Colchester United, Bayern Munich and Brighton have only served to increase the current problems that seem to be mounting behind the scenes in North London.

Gary Stevens, who won the UEFA Cup whilst at Spurs in 1984 has suggested that the failure to invest in the squad compared to other sides is now proving to be costing us dearly.

While the club did break their transfer record with the arrival of Tanguy Ndombele, a number of players still remain at the club with uncertain futures including Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen.

Stevens acknowledged that the coaching and players also must take accountability for the current situation.

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