It was all going so swimmingly for Tottenham Hotspur, wasn’t it?
Top of the Premier League table, playing attack-minded and inventive football, summer signings settling quickly in north London. Ange Postecoglou had allowed Spurs fans to dare to dream.
However, after last Monday’s chaotic 4-1 defeat to rivals Chelsea, things look a little less rosy. Not only did Tottenham fall from the summit of the league table, the Lilywhites lost both James Maddison and Micky van de Ven to injury and saw Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie sent off.
A growing list of injuries and suspensions at the Tottenham…