The Harry Kane stance and the advice Daniel Levy must heed with Tottenham set for huge changes

The Harry Kane stance and the advice Daniel Levy must heed with Tottenham set for huge changes

Someone presumably decided that the best way to drown out any further boos in the Spurs players’ lap of appreciation was to turn up the music inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to an uncomfortably loud volume.

They hadn’t factored in that the first song cued up was particularly apt as Stereophonics’ Dakota bellowed out with such choice lyrics as “I don’t know where we are goin’ now”, “Remembering you, what happened to you?” and “So take a look at me now”.

For this Tottenham Hotspur is a mess to look at, a club desperately crying out for direction, leadership and an identity. Speak to most inside the north London outfit, from the academy up to the first team, and you will get a sense of people within a club adrift, all having no real idea what the future holds.

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Chairman Daniel Levy promised before the match in his annual address to the fans – sacking managers aside – that things will get better.

“This has been an immensely difficult season. We made footballing decisions over recent seasons based on ambition and a desire to bring success to our club and they have not delivered what we had hoped,” said his chairman’s message .”Your frustration has been understandable and all of us at the club have shared it.”

He ended it by saying: “We shall spend the period ahead of next season working relentlessly to position our club for on-pitch success and football you will love to come and watch. Every element of the club’s operations is geared toward delivering that.”

The problem for Levy is that those very elements of the club’s operations currently employ no permanent leaders to deliver anything.

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