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S 62%
P 67%
U 54%
R 49%
S 62%
= 58.8%

Form Guide Nov 2004


P  W  D  L  F -A  GD  Pts
5  2  0  3  11-9   2   3
1 Cup Match
Pos:- 13TH

October 2004 figures
Last year's figures
November 2003

...if you want to remind yourself of the matches played during this month, then See the Fixtures page here.

There were mixed messages being sent out by Spurs during this month, the start of which saw the surprising departure of Jacques Santini for "personal reasons". Martin Jol saw the run of defeats in Premiership matches continue until they reached 6, but at least by beating Middlesbrough, we prevented equalling our worst ever run in early 1994.

Spurs scored more goals, but no more points. Their previous strength in defence disappeared. Was that anything to do with Nourredine Naybet's strict observance of Ramadan? Certainly, as I write, Spurs have now managed two consecutive clean sheets in the league, and are looking more like the team that started the season as far as their defensive ability is concerned.

Despite a marginal improvement in form this month, the defence deteriorated on a month by month basis, compared to October. This figure was not assisted by that amazing London Derby with Arsenal, which despite 9 goals did not entertain the home fans.

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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Nourredine Naybet celebrates his first goal with Jermain Defoe, who also scored in the Arsenal game, but the smiles were gone by the end of the day

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