Am I the only one who wishes there were a camera following Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas around these past 24 hours?
AVB's Spurs side fell 4-2 at home in the boss's first match with his former club, Chelsea, where he had been sacked less than a year ago. It was just another big win for the Blues since they cut ties with AVB, what with successor Roberto di Matteo guiding the club to the FA Cup and Champions League titles after they had started the season so poorly under Villas-Boas.
Forget Being: Liverpool: How gripping would it be to follow the volatile boss as he drowns his sorrows at his local? (At least that's what I imagine him doing at the moment).
As for Spurs, though, the loss was not a pretty one.
Yes, it was against the Premier League leaders and didn't result in much of a drop in the standings (Spurs went from level with Everton for fourth to trailing them by one point), but there were some troubling signs throughout the match.
Here is a sampling of those issues that need some attention from the club.