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Tottenham: Spurs fans react to pre-match stat before Aston Villa

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Many have taken to Twitter to react to a pre-match stat ahead of their Premier League game against Aston on Sunday afternoon.

Santo’s side started off the campaign with three successive 1-o victories, results that saw them leap to the table of the table.

Since then, it has all gone downhill, with the Lilywhites losing their next three back-to-back, including conceding three goals in each game as well as losing the north London derby last weekend against Arsenal.

Will Spurs beat today?

Yes!

Yes!

No!

No!

Ahead of today’s clash against Villa, the BBC (via The Spurs Web) revealed that Spurs are now actually in danger of losing four Premier League games in a row for the first time since November 2004.

And, after hearing about that, some took to Twitter to voice their thoughts.

What did have to say about it?

“Nuno will beat today and we will see a new Tottenham today just like the start of poch era”

@Spursofficial_1

“Why are these stats always against us”

@ShepherdNdhlov

“Sexy record, let’s get it”

@thfcem28

“I’m confident”

@THFCxVasi

“Brace yourself, it’s happening whether we like it or not”

@shamster1979

“Positive thoughts lead to positive actions… COYS!”

@therealallanG

Despite all the doom and gloom, it appears some are opting to take a much more optimistic outlook, with one supporter in particular drawing parallels with the start of the Mauricio Pochettino era.

A couple of others on the other hand seemed to think that Spurs are going to match that unwanted record from November 2004 when they take on today, and when you look at the side’s recent results, it’s hard to argue against it.

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Make no mistake about it, Nuno is right up against it, and another defeat in the Premier League this afternoon would ramp up the pressure on him and his job even morethan it already is.

In other news, Spurs fans want Nuno to give this starlet a chance…

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  • Jay says:

    I reckon Ryan Mason will be back in the dugout as temporary manager within 2 weeks and it goes back to what I have been saying the whole time. The manager isn’t so much the problem as the mentality of the players. Tactics, or lack of talent isn’t the problem. Get a team of top psychologists in to work on their brains and their confidence, because they take to the field looking a beaten side before a ball has even been kicked at the moment.

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