Spurs bad start to the season continues
Spurs bad start to the season continued today with Juande Ramos’ side going down 2-0 to Portsmouth at Fratton Park. The result sees the London club remain at the foot of the Premier League.
Former Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Jemaine Jenas had needlessly handled in the box. Peter Crouch got Pompey’s second slotting home the rebound after Gomes had saved from Armand Traoré.
It was Ramos’ thirtieth league game in charge of Spurs in which time they have only picked up ten wins and have just two points out of six games this season. While pundits are rolling out the old cliché that this team is too good to go down, the players need to prove that on the field as soon as possible.