I think we could do well in Europe. Our style of play this year has had much more emphasis on possesion. Whilst we've moved the ball quickly; we haven't hit nothing balls when an opening hasn't presented (like we used to). Clinical finishing from an in form Les and ever reliable Poyet would be enough to get the vital goals.
Mario Farrugia: I think that in the UEFA we would pass the first rounds easily, but the second rounds when teams from the Champions Leauge will join the competition we would be very hard to match them. If we buy more good quality players we could reach the semi finals. With the tactics we are playing we are doing good, the morale is good too. The last time we were in the Uefa cup we were elmininated in the second round. I hope that we would do better
Simon Deacon: If we play like we did against Bolton in the worthy then it will take some side to beat us only if we play like that, our most dangerous attack would be Teddy and Sergei - who both have the euro savvy.
Nigel O'Neill: I think we would still struggle in any European competition, I have always felf the key to consistant success in Europe is the ability to pass. I feel that is why the likes of Liverpool will find it tougher this year in a better league. It takes a few years in Europe to develop a style of play that can compete against the continental teams - give us three years.
Daniel Holladay: We will definately fair better than last time. Glenn has brought a brilliant passing style back to Spurs that will do well in europe. Our squad still needs strengthening, but only slightly. Next season a new striker (Bobby Zamora?) and a quality midfielder (Effenberg/De La Pena) will give us an excellent oppertunity to do well in Europe. Spurs are building so well, let's hope it continues. Glenn buys well, better than some previous managers, so lets hope he gets all the funds he needs.