So Harry Redknapp was sacked last week, and I took at look at his tenure at the club and what it means for their future. It turns out that Redknapp was actually doing quite well, especially considering the drop in resources available to him over the last year. We know that there was some friction between him and the Spurs management team, but even his drop in form over the last two thirds of this season shouldn't have led to his sacking. This just seems to be the latest installment of team ownership playing the short game in terms of who manages their club, instead of playing the long game that Tottenham must play to beat the financial odds they're up against. Read more at the link above to understand the numbers that back up these claims.