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Spurs 2 Hull City 0 – two moments of quality win the game for Tottenham

Pochettino Bruce

Two second half goals made it a winning finish to football at White Hart Lane this season but this game was more of a quiet whimper than a rousing finale.

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Hull 1 Spurs 2 – a red card and Aaron Lennon change the game

Vertonghen and Ramirez - Hull Spurs


A fortunate win after a dreadful first half and a cheap sending off that turned the game – this was a carbon copy of the trip to Villa. Except here, in the second half there was more promise, after Pochettino finally gave the team some width with the introduction of Aaron Lennon and, surprisingly, Vlad Chiriches.

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Hull Spurs Preview – Reunited with old friends and what changes should Pochettino make?

Michael Dawson at Hull


Spurs travel up to Hull this weekend to try to kick-start their season. The 2-1 loss against Stoke before the international break was the low point so far. Slow and ponderous going forward, vulnerable at the back, there didn’t seem to be a plan. Some changes are needed but what?

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Hull City Spurs Review – Same old problems

Spurs at Hull, KC Stadium

While the Manchester City defeat was dispiriting, it isn’t a game we expect to win. It’s the failure to get three points from matches against teams like Hull City that really hurts our league aspirations. Games we should win.

As has happened many times this season, under AVB and Sherwood, while playing one up front or two up front, we failed to break down a stubborn defence. At the same time our backline looked extremely vulnerable to balls played behind it.

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Spurs Hull Preview

KC Stadium

The transfer window has finally shut and attention turns back to the actual football. Spurs travel to Hull in what for us is a rare Saturday 3pm kick off.

This game sees us face former Spurs’ midfielder Tom Huddlestone who has impressed since moving to Yorkshire, it will be interesting to see how he fairs today. Jake Livermore however must sit this one out as he is on loan from Tottenham.

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Huddlestone Revisionism

Tom Huddlestone, Photo: Underbelly 50

Tom Huddlestone was one of the casualties of our summer spending spree, leaving to join Hull. At the tigers he has benefited from an extended run in the team and impressed with his range of passing and control of midfield. This has coincided with a difficult start for many of our new signings and has naturally lead to some pundits (including Danny Murphy and Alan Sugar) suggesting that letting him go was a mistake.
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