Spurs skipper Ledley King is tired of watching his club perform in practice and then buckle under the pressure on the pitch. With the quality of players that the club has, he believes the club should be playing high quality football. Don’t we all!
Ledley King is feeling the pain at Tottenham – and not just his recurring knee injury.
The Spurs skipper admitted being rooted at the foot of the Barclays Premier League was “hurting us all”.
Sunday’s defeat at home to Hull City stretched Spurs’ winless start to the league campaign to seven matches and it appears to have hit everyone hard – not least King, the club’s longest-serving player.
“It’s not a nice time for everyone involved,” King told Tottenham’s offical club website. “To be bottom of the league is not good enough, to be honest, with the quality of players we have. We should be doing better. (Daily Mail)
This comes as little shock to anyone. Tottenham appear to be on that cusp between mediocrity and actually playing some decent football. With a match next weekend against Stoke looming large, the club would do well by making sure they focus all their positive energy on getting at least a draw to get things back in the right direction.
What do Spurs need to do next weekend to right the ship?