So predictably Spurs fell last night 1-0 at the hands of our old friends at West Ham all but ending our Title hopes/dreams. Once again when the time came to really apply pressure on whoever we are chasing we come away with having given them a helping hand. The performance A few crunching tackles aside we looked leggy. We kept our composure better than our blow up at the bridge last year and we had a couple of passages of play that looked decent but we lacked the final ball and bar Kane's shot that was kicked over we didn't really trouble the Hammers goal. Our defence was caught out a few times and an easy ball over the top exposed us badly at times. The goal conceded was poor and the rest of the game was gritty. There wasn't much on the bench that was going to grab this game by the scruff and we continued ambling towards the inevitable. So barring an absolute miracle that's it for the season. Sadly there's no silverware to show for our dominance of many sides and some of our great football this season, I just hope it's not another opportunity missed for us that we may not see again for a while. We have however made 3 big steps forward this Season- 1. CL Qualification 2 years running. 2. Our Highest ever points Total in the EPL. 3. Finishing above the Woolwich Wanderers. The way we seem to struggle on larger pitches concerns me, especially as we play our home matches at Wembley next season, our home form has been key to us this year something we are going to have to translate to Wembley if we want to carry on our progress. We need to improve, we need to move on 3/4 players that aren't good enough and bring in some CL quality. IF we want to move from nearly men to winners. Else I worry all our hard work will be undone.