4-3-3: Tottenham’s Best XI of the season – Do You Agree?

The problem with Tottenham is that they take too long each season to kick into gear. They drew too many games again at the start of this campaign and had they turned those into wins then they might have quite comfortably won the Premier League title despite the excellent form of Chelsea.

They have got to hit the ground running in the next campaign because if they can do so they will be genuine title challengers after Mauricio Pochettino has done such great work at this club.

Because Tottenham were the best side for the last 10 weeks of the season and they were swatting opponents aside with ridiculous ease. That partnership of Dele Alli and Harry Kane up top is quite sensational as they read each other’s minds. They’re going to be an amazing pair for England as well as Tottenham over the next few years if the club can hold onto them both.

The goalkeeping position was excellently marshalled once more by Hugo Lloris. And the fullbacks Kyle Walker and Danny Rose were two of the best players in the Premier League this season.

The same has to be said for Alderweireld and Vertonghen who make up a brilliant back five for Spurs.

Victor Wanyama, Eric Dier and Moussa Dembélé were the best three players in the midfield for Tottenham this season and further forward Eriksen, Alli and Kane were an amazing triumvirate.

So here is our strongest Tottenham XI for the season – do you agree?

Tottenham (4-3-3): LLoris, Rose, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Walker, Dier, Wanyama, Dembele, Eriksen, Kane, Alli


    • Agreed and that is a good 11 but I think 4 – 2 – 3 – 1 with Son replacing Dier was the best.

      Overall I’d say 3 – 4 – 2 -1 was the way to go against the stronger teams but 4 – 2 – 3 – 1 should’ve been the most used formation as most teams in the league are weaker than us and this gives us the most attacking threat to break them down.

      • Yes it was interesting that the ‘problem’ was solved towards the end of the season with Dier replacing Dembele because of his fitness issues. I wonder if the larger pitch at Wembley will suit the system with three at the back?

  1. I’m in benidorm.. weyyy.. we’ve got a seriously class team as is.. I’d love Lamar.. really love Lamar.. the guy has a delivery that Kane and Deli would thrive offa.. of.. I would love anyone that could come off the bench and do damage.. we need impact players to compete in Europe.. hazrard.. William.. Pedro for me have won the league for Chelsea.. quality quality quality.. depth is key for us and we’re so close now.. if rose and Walker leave they’d be stupid in my eyes.. we only need a few key signings and it’s a steamroll for me.. solid squad.. we need some real quality in attacking mid though.. sonny is class.. just need a few more team players.. 2 more.. maybe need a striker.. although Jansen for me can man up.. and will man up.. fucking man up Jansen.. maybe need two attacking mids.. Lamar and Isco.. easy league winners after that..

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