So, how great is Harry Kane, and how does he compare to his predecessors?
Some of us find it difficult to accept the heroes of our youth could have been superseded by the modern stars for example, whereas others, particularly the younger generation, refuse to believe there could have been someone better in the past.
So, is José Mourinho a stop gap appointment? Of course, but in the context of the club and what it needs it is probably the only one that makes sense. Will it be ugly?
Football has always served as a means of escape. So it's been a struggle for many of us, not to be able to detach ourselves momentarily and exercise that ability to 'let off some steam'
In a way, you have to hand it to the current group. Their ability to implode is second to none. If nothing else, they are incredibly proficient pyromaniacs.
It’s fair to say, Mourinho’s reputation would suggest he’d rather have a more reliable man in place and a new right back is likely to be high on the agenda come the transfer window.
Cycles are shorter but, if you dare, you can punch your way into a fight and quite possibly land the knock-out punch that writes you into history
How many matches can you think of in the past 18 months where we have conceded the first goal, or we concede from an individual error?