Tottenham’s season going from bad to worse already as new signing is reported to have been struggling in European clash

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The best thing that can be said about Tottenham’s performance against Pacos de Ferreira in the Europa Conference League is that it’s over. It was that bad.

Not a single shot on target in the entire 90 minutes, but perhaps that’s only to be expected when you play a second string XI that includes debutants and academy players.

Nuno Espirito Santo must’ve known what he was doing when he picked his squad for the match, though he’ll have to look again at his selection for this one.

The north Londoners were toothless and now face an uphill battle in the second leg.

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Not only were there no real positives to draw from the game, but it appears that new signing, Cristian Romero, was struggling with injury.

Nuno Espirito Santo can well do without an injury to one of his squad already note that although he managed to finish the match, he was nursing a sore knee on a couple of separate occasions.

Nuno call ill afford for such bad luck to befall him and his team so early in the season.

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  1. He would of realise that the depth of squad and in the midfield is most likely is not strong enough in controlling the game and serving the forwards with chances, wouldn’t of mattered if Harry had been playing you still need to get the ball to him and if you can’t then your draw blanks it’s that simple

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