The Story of Spurs’ Season in 10 Graphs and Charts

A look at Spurs’ season in picture form.

Note: All statistics are for league games as of 04 April 2014.


1. Problems when facing the top teams:

Percentage of the 44 goals Spurs have conceded

Percentage of the 44 goals Spurs have conceded

2. Slow starts and disappointing finishes:

(Goals Scored - Goals Conceded) by 15 min intervals

(Goals scored – goals conceded), over season for 15 minute time periods

3. Too many thrashings:

Spurs have suffered many big losses

Premier League teams with most losses by 4 or more goals

 

4. Better away from White Hart Lane:

Home form versus away form

Better home form (left) to better away home (right)

 

5. Change of manager didn’t help much:

Spurs Managers' records

 

6. Costly defensive errors:

Spurs have committed the most defensive errors that have led to goals in the Premier League

Premier League teams who have committed the most defensive errors that have led to goals

 

7. Old favourites gone:

2013Goals

Spurs goal scorers last season

 

8. Disappointing new signings:

Soldado Goals

Goals by season for Valencia and then Spurs

 

9. Faltering stalwarts:

Lennons stats over time

Lennon’s stats over time

 

10. But still hope for the future:

Key Passes by Spurs players

22 year-old Eriksen’s ability to create chances (Key passes = passes that lead directly to an attempt on goal)

Discuss it with me on Twitter: @ABPSpurs

Please leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

 

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