Rewind just over four months ago and Tottenham Hotspur were about to play in their first ever Champions League final.
October 1st 2019 will go down in the Tottenham and English football record books for all the wrong reasons after their 7-2 drubbing at the hands of Bayern Munich.
The loss to Colchester United in the Carabao Cup was embarrassing, but to be torn to pieces on our home turf in front of the watching world was completely unacceptable.
Former Aston Villa and Liverpool striker Stan Collymore has called for calm and believes that Spurs will come out of the other end in good shape.
He played down speculation of a crisis in North London but did urge the Daniel Levy, Mauricio Pochettino and some members of the squad to agree upon their playing future, whether that is in North London or elsewhere.
Spurs must now pick themselves up and prepare for Saturday’s trip to Brighton.
Spurs will be fine. Couple of boils need lancing, but I genuinely do not believe there's a crisis.
Daniel, Poch and one or two players need to either agree to move forward together or an exit strategy for those who aren't happy.
Serious face to face honesty. https://t.co/9ahkleA7kZ
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) October 1, 2019
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