Silva to announce future next week amid Watford speculation
- Author: Zachary Reyes May 21, 2017,
May 21, 2017, 15:12
"Next Sunday we will play our last game of the season in our stadium in front of our fans".
Therefore, it will be interesting to see what Silva will do to get the better of his opposite number as both managers like their sides to play football the right way which should mean that the game should be a very entertaining one with both teams wanting to end the season with a win for different reasons.
"A year ago Spurs were physically and mentally exhausted after failing to overhaul Leicester in the title race".
Tottenham will finish second for the first time in their Premier League history, but it would be churlish to suggest that anything other than incredibly impressive strides have been made over those couple of campaigns.
Injuries have also hit Silva's squad over the run-in so I'd back away from the 9/2 for a home win, especially with Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino having many more ways to spruce up his starting XI.
Tottenham are waiting on news for their full-backs Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker who have taken a knock are major doubts for the game. Maybe we will sell the players that we want to sell.
"The aim now is to finish the season on a positive note".
"We are building a very exciting project".
With Tottenham in high spirits after scoring 31 and conceding just eight in 12 league matches that have brought 11 victories, odds of 11/8 (2.38) seem generous on them winning by at least two clear goals against a despondent Hull side.
On a summer off for his players: "It's important to have good holidays and good rest for them and then good preparation to start the Premier League in the best condition".
Marco Silva will hold talks with Hull City next week before announcing whether or not he will continue as head coach.
Curtis Davies has become the 13th player to play in four or more Premier League relegation campaigns.
Harry Kane is the fifth player in Premier League history to score 25 or more goals in successive seasons after Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Robin van Persie.
"But we didn't achieve our big goal and that is frustrating and disappointing".