Tottenham: Three Replacements For Injured Christian Eriksen – The Answer Lies Within

A change of Formation maybe:

These are not the best times for the White Hart faithful certainly. With the whooping amount of money they obtained from the sale of Gareth Bale,, it wouldn’t be harsh if the set of fans demanded more from their team. With very little creativity, a very slow build up and an equal number of misspasses escalating every game, what about a change of formation for AVB? Former  Tottenham midfielder Chris Waddle has told boss Andre Villas-Boas he needs to play Roberto Soldado and Jermain Defoe together if the club are to challenge for the Premier League title. Switching to a 4-4-2 with Paulinho and Sandro  and Townsend alongside Lamela on the flanks is surely a test to any opposition. However will AVB budge?

Update: Latest report  from Independent suggest that  Eriksen’s injury is not as serious as thought and the spurs’ no 10 may return sooner than expected.

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