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Spurs Season in Review 2016-17

Danny Rose was the best left back in the Premier League last season, then he got injured

A healthy Rose works wonders in Spurs’ squad.

Christian Eriksen made the leap in 2016-17.

The Danish midfielder is maturing into a borderline world-class playmaking midfielder.

Harry Kane continues to show why he is the best striker in England

And we may be changing “England” to “The World” soon.

Harry Winks had a shortened season, but one filled with promise

It’s too soon to say if Winksy will be a star, but we already know he can be a contributor.

Toby Alderweireld has nothing left to prove

We should probably try to extend his contract. Just a thought.

Georges-Kévin N’Koudou never could get going for Spurs and now he might be gone

The French attacker was hampered by a protracted transfer and difficulty adjusting to Spurs

Josh Onomah’s window may be closing soon.

And that’s kinda insane.

Kyle Walker had another solid season, but will it be his last?

Disagreements with management could force Spurs to part ways with the league’s best right back.

Son Heung-Min was electric for Tottenham Hotspur in a breakout campaign

The South Korean was pivotal to Spurs’ memorable 2016-17 season.

Kevin Wimmer’s Tottenham role regressed this year in a season that might be his last

Sonny whispers behind closed doors, “What is the word for “pen-pal” in German?”

With his potential, the sky is the limit for Dele Alli

The fiery young midfielder continues to prove his worth.

Eric Dier is irreplaceable to Tottenham Hotspur due to his versatility

A whole other position, the same steady play.

Hugo Lloris was incredible in 2016-17.

Tottenham’s fantastic defensive record was in no small part due to Hugo’s fantastic ability.

Kieran Trippier had a solid season, but he’s still not Tottenham’s best right back

To quote the great Juicy J: “We Trippy Mane!”

Did we expect too much from CCV this season?

Cameron Carter Vickers is stupid young, and crazy talented, but he didn’t show much of that this year for Spurs.

Michel Vorm is who we thought he was

Having a such a safe pair of gloves on the bench is reaaally nice.

Ben Davies isn’t Danny Rose — and that’s OK!

The Welshman knows his role and sticks to it.

By any metric, Vincent Janssen had a disappointing season at Tottenham

Not great, Bob!

Victor Wanyama started slow but turned into one of Tottenham’s most important players.

The Kenyan midfielder transformed Tottenham this season—for better and worse.

This was supposed to be the year Erik Lamela made “the leap.” It wasn’t.

Next fall will be make or break for Coco.

Season in Review: Toby Alderweireld

Toby was amazing for Spurs. And he wasn’t even the best defender on the team.

Season in Review: Pochettino

Another season of punching above their weight saw Spurs finish second in the table, and much of that can be laid at the feet of the manager.

Did Jan Vertonghen just have his best season at Spurs?

Jan’s versatility and reliable defending makes him a strong POTY candidate.

Tottenham Hotspur 2016-17 Season in Review

After a second consecutive title chase and its best ever league finish, Spurs are near the summit of the Premier League. Now the challenge is to stay there.

We can’t decide who is Tottenham’s Player of the Season

Spurs are good, and there are numerous players who deserve consideration.

Reviewing the Cartilage Free Captain pre-season table predictions

Overall: not too bad, everyone!