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18 years of archives at Spurs Odyssey

S 75.25%
P 77.25%
U 67.75%
R 69.25%
S 67.5%
= 71.4%


 P  W  D  L  F -A  GD  Pts
 4  3  0  1  15-4  11   9

Position:- 
2nd
Mauricio Pochettino

Team Selection 7.85
Tactics 7.68
Substitutions 7.1
Overall 7.53

April 2017 figures
Last Year's figures
May 2016

Finishing in style!

Let's get the bad start to the final month of the 2016-17 season out of the way. It was horrible to lose our fourth league game of the season (and the only one we lost to a bottom half side) at The London Stadium on May 5th. It was their "Cup Final". It was their highlight of a miserable season, and one of Spurs' objectives next season must be to ensure there are no gloating rights for "The Irons". This was the only one of our last seventeen games in which we failed to score. Enough said.

As Spurs Odyssey readers, you've been inundated with statistics throughout the season, as Spurs' records went tumbling. That trend continued in May, and I won't burden you with a repeat of too many here. Remember, you can follow our match by match progress through the links at the end of this item.

Suffice to say, we closed our season in fantastic style. Firstly we had a brilliant win over Manchester United in our last home game, when Harry Kane scored the last Spurs goal at our old White Hart Lane Stadium. We gave "The Lane" a brilliant, rousing and emotional send-off, graced by the presence of many Spurs legends from The Double era onwards.

That goal of Harry's was the first of 8 goals in his last three games, which secured a second successive Golden Boot. The brilliant 6-1 win at Leicester and 7-1 at Hull are fresh in our memories, and along with the preceding games of a marvellous season will secure massive orders for the 2016-17 DVD! Needless to say, Harry was the Spurs Odyssey player of the month too!

When did we last have back to back away wins as massive as these last two games? Not ever, as far as I can see. I have found back to back home wins in the record books at the start of the 1930-31 season, when we beat Reading (7-1) and Burnley (8-1) at home. This Spurs team, under the guidance of Mauricio Pochettino, has the potential to continue its progress, and to cement its status as the best Spurs team for years by bringing home some silverware. Bring it on!

P.S - Manchester United's Europa League win last night (24th May) means there will be five English teams in next season's Champions League. Four of them - Chelsea, Spurs, Man City and Man Utd - go straight to the Group phase, whilst Liverpool will have to qualify through the play-off round. The team from the other end of the Seven Sisters Road can look forward to Thursday night football next season!

Spurs are rounding off their season with a trip to Hong Kong. Son Heung-min and three other Spurs players made a whistle stop trip to Seoul, before joining the squad for a friendly match. Commercial ties have also been renewed, with an extension of our contract with AIA.

Look out for the end of season review next week on Spurs Odyssey

Review the 2016-17 Premier League season here

Don't forget to check out the players' current figures re. appearances, cards, goals scored and accumulated ratings to date at the bottom of this page.

...if you want to read reports of the matches played during this season, then links are on the Spurs Odyssey Fixtures/Reports page here. By working your way back through the previous month's figures, you can review the performances over the last 17 years!

Key:
S Skill levels
P Pluck (ie effort)
U Unforced errors*
R Resolve (defensive ability)
S Score ratio (goals to shots)
= Overall mark Total Percentage
Percentages given for each category.

* less errors equals a higher mark

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Player Played Sub Used Sub Not Used Booked Sent Off Goals Grades
 1. Hugo LLORIS 43 - 1 - - - 6.59
 2. Kyle WALKER 36 3 6 10 - - 6.68
 3. Danny ROSE 21 - 1 8 - 2 7.14
 4. Toby ALDERWEIRELD 38 1 - 2 - 2 6.97
 5. Jan VERTONGHEN 42 - 4 6 - - 7.02
 6. - - - - - - -
 7. SON Heung-Min 34 13 3 2 - 21 6.41
 8. Ryan MASON - - 2 - - - -
 9. Vincent JANSSEN 12 26 6 1 - 6 6.09
10. Harry KANE 37 1 - 4 - 35 6.76
11. Erik LAMELA 10 4 - 2 - 2 6.31
12. Victor WANYAMA 45 2 4 12 - 5 6.84
13. Michel VORM 10 1 34 - - - 6.66
14. Georges-Kevin NKOUDOU 2 15 15 - - - 5.96
15. Eric DIER 46 2 1 8 - 2 6.36
16. Kieran TRIPPIER 16 6 19 2 - - 6.53
17. Moussa SISSOKO 12 22 8 3 - - 5.72
18. - - - - - - -
19. Mousa DEMBELE 29 10 1 6 - 1 6.6
20. Dele ALLI 46 4 - 6 1 22 6.63
21. - - - - - - -
22. - - - - - - -
23. Christian ERIKSEN 45 3 2 - - 12 6.61
24. - - - - - - -
25. Josh ONOMAH 3 9 13 1 - 1 5.61
26. - - - - - -  
27. Kevin WIMMER 9 1 29 4 - - 5.9
28. Tom CARROLL 2 1 - - - - 5.5
29. Harry WINKS 12 21 6 4 - 1 6.45
30. Pau LOPEZ - - 10 - - - -
31. Luke McGEE - - 2 - - -  
32. - - - - - -  
33. Ben DAVIES 29 5 11 1 - 2 6.27
34. - - - - - -  
37. Kyle WALKER-PETERS - - 2 - - - -
38. Cameron CARTER-VICKERS 4 - 20 - - - 6.17
39. Shayon HARRISON - 1 - - - - 5.1
40. Tom GLOVER - - - - - - -
41. Alfie WHITEMAN - - 1 - - -  
43. Samuel SHASHOUA - - 1 - - - -
44. Filip LESNIAK - 1 1 - - - 6.8
45. Anton WALKES - 1 1 - - - 6.2
46. Luke AMOS - - 1 - - -  
48. Marcus EDWARDS - 1 - - - - 6.8
Own Goals - - - - - 3 -
TOTAL MATCHES PLAYED Goals Scored Goals Against          
53 117 44        

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