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Spurs Season in Review 2015-16

Season in Review: Kieran Trippier

Is it too early to write "replaced by Kyle Walker-Peters" in his wiki?

Season in Review: Michel Vorm

Spurs' muscle when things get a little bit hairy

Season in Review: Ben Davies

Always a soft spot for those left-footed Welshman

Season in Review: Kevin Wimmer

What a

Season in Review: Nabil Bentaleb

Three steps backwards for our young Algerian

Season in Review: Mous(s)a Dembélé

Moussa with two "S" makes me question everything. I wish I took the blue pill.

Mauricio Pochettino is the key to Spurs success.

The Argentine manager established himself as the best emerging managerial talent in England during a remarkable 2015-16 season.

Season in Review: Ryan Mason

There are many factors that affected Ryan Mason's season at Tottenham.

Season in Review: Jan Vertonghen

It *really* was never Jan Vertonghen's fault

Christian Eriksen might be Tottenham's best player

But it's totally fine with Spurs fans if no one else notices that.

Nacer Chaldi Season Review

Kind of a disappointment.

Season in Review: Eric Dier

There's still an outside chance that Eric Dier is Daniel Levy's prototype of a robotic footballer.


He's been at Spurs since age 16, but it may be time for Tommy to move on.

Toby Alderweireld Season Review

There's no question that Toby Alderweireld deserved every post-season award he received.

Hugo Lloris Season Review

Our Captain had himself a good season, just not a great season

Season in Review: Josh Onomah

Another potential world-class talent is coming through the Tottenham Hotspur pipeline

Season In Review: Danny Rose

Danny was a key part of Spurs' attack this season and England is devoid of elite left backs, is Rose the best?

Season in Review: Son Heung-Min

The Korean attacker scored some great goals but also went missing for long chunks of time and struggled to pick up Pochettino's pressing system. Will he get a second year in north London?

Season in Review: Kyle Walker

Coming off his worst season with the club, this season Tottenham's stalwart right-back reminded us of his value and ability.

Season In Review: Erik Lamela

This year Erik Lamela turned the corner and become one of Spurs' best all-around midfielders.

Season in Review: Harry Kane

How do you follow up a 31-goal debut season in the Premier League? By leading your team to third and winning the Golden Boot. No big thing.

Season in review: Dele Alli

Dele Alli took the Premier League by storm in his first season of top flight football, but his game wasn't entirely without flaws.

Who is Spurs' POY? We can't decide.

We tried to come to a consensus. Instead we argued for an hour and gave up.

Season in Review: Tottenham Hotspur

Despite the bad taste left by the month of May, an awful lot went right for Tottenham Hotspur this season.