It's quiet clear that people will laugh when the Spurs board states that it needs to buy new players to improve in the league. After a hundred odd million pounds splurged in the market, Tottenham find themselves in a position much worse than they were in the previous year. What needs to be done now to change their fate?

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Old Trafford, Manchester January 1, 2014; 17:30 GMT When Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur lock horns this New Yearai??i??s day it will be a case of the 6th best side in England taking on the 7th best side. Their league positions point to the fact that both these clubs have under-performed this season, but due to the erratic form of those higher placed, they find themselves only 3 points adrift of a Champions League place. Manchester United come into this match on the back of 6 consecutive wins in all competitions but Moyes will know that his side have not looked very convincing in their recent performances. Against Norwich City on Boxing Day, United looked woefully short of ideas until the introduction of eventual match winner Danny Welbeck. Before his introduction Javier Hernandez looked all at sea as a lone striker and it is hard to see Moyes deploying him in a similar role any […]