‘Reboot is overdue’ – Some Spurs fans call for big changes after Middlesbrough draw

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham had a great chance to get back on track after their poor run of recent results as they travelled to the Riverside Stadium to take on Middlesbrough in an FA Cup third-round tie today.

Jose Mourinho named a strong team for the match, but the Lilywhites failed to get the better of the Championship side on the day. The home side hung onto a draw, thus forcing a replay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

While Mourinho’s men were in control of the game for the majority of the ninety minutes, they failed to create too many clear cut chances until the latter stages of the second half.

It was only after the introduction of Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela in the second half that Spurs got impetus going forward.

Some Spurs fans on social media were fed up with the lack of creativity in the team for the past few weeks and called for the club to invest considerably this month to improve the squad.

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While our first half performance today left a lot to be desired, I thought we created enough chances in the second half to have won the game. We were yet again quite wasteful in the final third. We need more from the likes of Eriksen and Alli in the middle of the park in games like these when the opposition plays with ten men behind the ball.

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  1. So you want more from eriksen who wants to leave us and more from the new psb(pointy shouty bloke) who spends most of the game diving. The one good thing today for me reference alli was he was booked for diving I myself would if I could have sent him off terrible attitude. We are rubbish at the moment and have been for over a year with a few papered performances. We are crying out for new fresh quality blood but as usual it will not happen. However as long as Levy and the board get their pats and pints of blood who cares.


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