The virtually unanimous praise of Villas-Boas from Spurs players and even Monday's mass celebration on the touchline show a team that's united, happy and fully behind their manager. Either that or the Spurs squad are more deserving than Daniel Day-Lewis of an Academy Award for good acting at hiding their dislike so well.
You know that feeling when you've gone for a really good meal, but leave still feeling a bit hungry? That's the overwhelming feeling I've got from watching Arsenal so far this season. Don't get me wrong, it's not been a bad start...not exactly awe-inspiring, but still decent enough and with shinning beacons of promise (and don't we just love the words 'promise' and 'potential' at Arsenal!)
For now, at least, Arsène lives to see another day. Sunday's victory has, at least temporarily, restored faith in Arsenal fans that Wenger hasn't completely lost the plot. What's more, his loyalty and dedication to the club has to be admired; so, while we may vehemently disagree with a large number of his decisions, is he really the one to blame?