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On Sunday, I retweeted something that said Tottenham Hotspur ended the season with the most goals scored, the fewest conceded and the league's top scorer in Harry Kane. I got dozens and dozens of responses along the lines of "yeah, but no trophy."
I can't argue with the facts, of course. But facts also say this was an exceptional season for Mauricio Pochettino and his crew and, crucially, one that suggests there is a very strong base on which to build.
The headlines in the 7-1 away walloping of...
Tottenham achieved their best-ever finish in the Premier League (second), and it took champions Chelsea to end their FA Cup run at Wembley, while the last season at White Hart Lane was a triumph. Spurs will just rue the fact that they were unable to win silverware and their failure to make an impact in Europe.
Rating out of 10: 8.5
The 2-0 victory over Chelsea in January was probably Tottenham's best result, and the dramatic, late 3-1 victory at Swansea was also memorable -- but the farewell...