Pay per head services are not particularly delighted with Andre Villas-Boas’ lack of optimism, as the Spurs’ head coach played down his team’s chances in the Premier League.
During the transfer window, several high-profile players joined Tottenham, while Gareth Bale, their talisman, sealed his move to Real Madrid.
Even though Villas-Boas is very happy with his side’s recruitment drive, which saw the likes of Paulinho, Roberto Soldado, and Erik Lamela arrive at White Hart Lane, he believes that it will take time for his new-look team to bounce back after winning two of their three opening Premier League games this season, but pay per head services believe that the club has hope.
“The circumstances are difficult,” he told Sky Sports News.
And pay per head services know that things can really get difficult if he keeps that frame of mind.
“The investment that we have made raises expectations in people but what we have to do is create a team that bonds together.
“That takes time and we see that our opponents are one step ahead as they have players who have been together for many years; that is an advantage that we don’t have.
“I think we have invested a lot in young players that have real potential. Obviously we will have to work with them to make sure they develop into the world stars that we think they can become.
“All of them have great ambition to succeed and win titles which is one of the criteria that we wanted. Now it is about creating a team that bonds together and assumes the responsibility of winning those titles.
“This is what we have now and hopefully we can get a good response.”
Soldado did not waste much time making a very positive impact after his move from Valencia, as he scored for Tottenham four goals in all competitions, and this is just another reason for pay per head services to wonder about the manager’s pessimism.
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The Spurs will resume their Premier League season on Saturday at home against Norwich City, and they’re desperate to bounce back from their 1-0 derby loss to Arsenal before to the international break – and price per head services following Tottenham would like to see some changes, and hopefully soon.