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West Brom 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Community Player Ratings

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It wasn't pretty, and Spurs weren't exactly GOOD against West Brom. But hey, they didn't lose!

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Bryan A. is busy lawyerin' today, so it is I, your good friend Grover Dustin here to post the Community Player Ratings form for Tottenham Hotspur's match against West Bromwich Albion.

So, that was somewhat of an unpleasant match. Sure, Spurs didn't lose (their 14th consecutive match unbeaten!) but they also didn't look very good in the process and were victims of some horrible officiating by Jonathan Moss. West Brom set up to counter, but also seemed to push around Spurs' midfield a bit in the process. Normally, an away draw to a mid-table side set up to counterattack isn't a terrible result, but considering where Spurs would be in the table right now had they won, it's easy to see this as a major missed opportunity.

You should probably know how this works by now, but just as a refresher, here's the scale once again:

  • 10: World Class or Amazing
  • 9: Very good
  • 8: Good
  • 7: Above Average
  • 6: Average
  • 5: Below Average
  • 4: Bad
  • 3: Very bad
  • 2: Abysmal
  • 1: I don't know what this would look like. A six year-old playing against adults?

Now that all the technicalities are out of the way, it's time to do the actual rating.