I have absolutely no idea how you have come up with that...I'd be interested to know how you came up with it as I am pretty sure I, specifically, am talking about the complete opposite style of player to those two.
We need the wingers to lump it into the box so he can get on the end of crosses, as that constitutes good service apparently. What we really need is to move the ball quicker and more intricately through the middle to carve teams open and create multiple chances for all our attacking players. Walker and Rose is plenty enough to whip crosses in from wide. Alot of Tottenham fans are stuck in a 442 mentality and struggling with the fact their heroes are being phased out(Daws, Lennon, Defoe). Soldado thrives on all types of service not just repeatedly lumping it in the box from out wide. Not just directed at you but a general observation.