Tottenham have now lost their last three games in all competition, and the criticism of both the team and the management is rising.
Spurs lost a 1-0 lead away to Watford in game week 4, after leading with only 15 minutes or so left on the clock.
Tottenham then followed this up with a dismal 2-1 loss to Liverpool at home, sending them back to 6th in the table, a huge six points behind Liverpool and Chelsea after only five games.
Finally, Tottenham took to the San Siro pitch on Tuesday, putting in their best performance of the season. They led the game 1-0 with 85 minutes gone, and ended up losing 2-1 again.
The likes of Graham Roberts and Micky Hazard have shown their support for the Tottenham management and board, and have received heavy backlash from fans for it.
Roberts even threatened to shut down his Twitter account over the rows.
Gary Stevens has now weighed in on the debate, calling for an end to all arguments, and some solidarity behind the team.
It’s a tough time for the mighty @SpursOfficial & solidarity from top to bottom is vital. I know many of you Spurs fans are upset, furious, angry … your role is now more important than ever #COYS #spurs #THFC #TrustBelieveSucceed Please retweet @1MickyHazard & @GrahamRoberts4
— Gary Stevens (@GaryStevensUK) September 19, 2018
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