Tottenham Hotspur are not enjoying the start to the season that many believed they would after reaching the Champions League Final in June.
With Levy breaking the club’s transfer record by bringing in Tanguy Ndombele, along with Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso, it seemed as if the Lilywhites would push on and challenge in the Premier League this campaign.
However, fast forward to the start of October and Tottenham are only just hanging on in the top half of the table, winning just three Premier League games from eight.
This also comes along with two games without a win in the Champions League, including a humiliating 7-2 defeat to Bayern Munich at home.
Spurs were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup by a League Two Colchester United last month, leaving just three competitions for the rest of the season.
Harry Winks claims that there are no excuses and that the players are trying to put it right. He also added that they are still playing for Pochettino (Football London):
“Of course we are. He’s our manager and he’s been fantastic the last six seasons he’s been at the club and he’s taken this club to new levels and brand-new heights and that’s thanks to him.
“We’re going through a rough patch and it happens in football, every club goes through them.
“It’s important that we stand up as men and we get through these dark times and hopefully we can get back to playing and winning as much as we can possibly can.
“In the last six years we’ve come such a long way and we’ve become a title-challenging side.
“Today we’ve not shown that and this season we’ve probably not shown that, we’ve shown it in parts in certain games where we’ve played really well.
“The whole majority of the season we’ve not shown what we’re about and it’s important that we look back on it, reflect and own up as men and say it wasn’t good enough, no excuses and the only way we can put it right is in training and in the next match.”
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