We tried to have a go at Liverpool and we played quite well, only conceding through a penalty and a mistake.
He's set us up to do the same here but they are far better than us in every single position, so it's gone horribly wrong. He's got the Bournemouth tactics and the Spurs tactics the wrong way around.
But there's still a lot of weak areas in the team that need addressing before we can give teams like this a real game. Spurs' first two goals came from our fullback areas, and our heads were gone after that.
We are weak at RB, LB, striker's first game and DM lacks quality. Plus our two best players play in the same position.
Bolasie at the time I thought was a terrible buy, and I thought he was playing very frustratingly before his injury.
We look a millions miles away from the top 6 all over the pitch, so I wouldn't look too much into the result against Spurs and United. It was the Bournemouth result that annoyed me the most.
In my opinion, we're 2 players away from having a decent team, providing Tosun does the business and Coleman comes back the same player - A left back and a DM that can play.
I don't think the progressive manager (whoever that is), that some people wanted, would have faired differently against the shite, Spurs, United and Chelsea with this squad. Maybe we'll get that kind of manager in the summer, but the blame for the mess that is the 2017/18 season falls squarely at the feet of Walsh and Koeman. Completely neglected the areas that we needed strengthening and we've never recovered.