5 Ways Andre Villas-Boas Has Taken Spurs Forward from the Harry Redknapp Era

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5 Ways Andre Villas-Boas Has Taken Spurs Forward from the Harry Redknapp Era
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Andre Villas-Boas and Harry Redknapp face off in December 2011, when the latter was still Tottenham manager.

In comparing Tottenham Hotspur under the management of Andre Villas-Boas to previous boss Harry Redknapp, not much has dramatically changed about the club's situation.

Tottenham's lofty ambitions remain largely unchanged, with the team still on the outside-looking in when it comes to the Champions League.

Further complicating this assessment is the contrary nature of the past season. The North Londoners finished a place lower (fifth) under the Portuguese than the previous year, yet recorded their highest points total of the Premier League era (72).

Judging where Villas Boas has taken Spurs forward thus rests on a fine line between fact and opinion—the latter may be disputed, depending on your point of view.

Over the following few pages, a mix of both is put forth to demonstrate the areas Spurs have progressed in since their change in manager.

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