2014-15 Premier League season was sort of bizarre for Tottenham Hotspur
The 2014-15 Premier League season was sort of bizarre for Tottenham Hotspur.
Overall, they did well finishing in the top quarter of the table with 64 points, but, their position could have been much better and they probably could have ended up even making it to the Champions League if they had been a little consistent against the weaker teams.
They often put up spirited performances in what was supposed to be the tough games for them, but, whenever they got to face the opposition that was not right up there in terms of quality, they could not produce their A game and that, at the end of the day, made them suffer.
The boss, Mauricio Pochettino, admitted in his press conference post the Everton game, which was the last game of the season for Tottenham, the only way for a team to become a force in a top league is to be consistent.
In the words of Pochettino, “If you have to be in top two in the league here in England or anywhere in the world, it’s important that there is consistency in your play. You see the sides which clinch the title; they remain consistent for the whole of the season. So, it’s very important and you would only be able to do that if you have a balanced squad.”
When asked about the transfer planning for this summer, the 43-year old who played a bit of international Football for Argentina said, “We have to be smart in our decisions. Spending the bucks is not the only thing. You have to see where you are spending and what kind of personnel do you need.”
Pochettino would surely be looking to bring in a couple of attackers to make sure the pressure is taken off his main man Kane.