all of a sudden Spurs are not the crisis club any more ...
Well if Manchester United are in crisis at the same time as Spurs then Manchester United are always going to be the crisis club - by virtue of the fact they are bigger than Tottenham.
Every football fan I know has said Ole will be gone by Christmas - and they were saying that in February (at the latest) this year.
The difference between United and Spurs is that United can afford to a) off load a mis-firing manager and b) spend money on replacements.
Spurs can't do either should they decide that Poch needs to go (or Poch decides himself). Spurs aren't going to get a serial trophy winner to replace him because they can't afford the players the likes of Allegri or Mourinho would demand. That's why they seems to be thinking of the likes of Southgate (oh dear.....).
So we might not be the crisis club, but we are in crisis. We have a massive debt that has to be serviced and without Champions League (or even Europa League) football, and an ageing, seemingly disaffected squad that needs refreshing, that is a major problem.
For the first time I am even doubting Poch - he doesn't seem to have a plan B, his tactics are the same every game, and many of his team selections just beggar belief - Sanchez or Sissoko at right back?? Really?
Look on the bright side, at least Braintree are doing well after an appalling start - unfortunately.
I love the smell of TOAW in the morning...