|Out - George Graham|
|In - Glenn Hoddle?|
With David Pleat in charge, once again, the players appeared to have no difficulty with the departure and performed well against a Coventry team who were finally to relinquish their Premiership position at the end of the season. The goals were scored by Steffan Iversen, Les Ferdinand and Sergei Rebrov.
The star of the show was Stephen Carr who rampaged up and down the right wing at will to create opportunities for the fowrwards. This was Carr at his best, before his operation and before his attitude changed so dramatically.
The 35,606 supporters present almost witnessed a 'special' moment. It would have been a collectors' item - a Steffan Freund goal. He broke on the right towards the Paxton Road end, cut in on goal and shot across the goalkeeper - it looked a goal all the way but shaved the far post. So close but so far and he never managed to score a competitive goal for Spurs.
A St. Patrick's Day trip to remember.