However two brilliantly taken second-half objectives from Bryan Mbeumo and Wissa’s late strike, arrange by Mbeumo, condemned Tottenham to one more disappointment in what chairman Daniel Levy admitted has been “an immensely troublesome season.”
Brentford may nonetheless end the season above Spurs, having moved only a level behind them, and the house followers sporadically broke into “Levy out” chants.
In his end-of-season message to followers, Levy mentioned: “This has been an immensely troublesome season. We made footballing choices over current seasons primarily based on ambition and a need to deliver success to our membership and so they haven’t delivered what we had hoped. Your frustration has been comprehensible and all of us on the membership have shared it.”
He added: “We will spend the interval forward of subsequent season working relentlessly to place our membership for on-pitch success and soccer you’ll love to come back and watch. Each factor of the membership’s operations is geared towards delivering that.”
It was a valiant try at giving the Tottenham followers one thing to be optimistic about, however the efficiency of the group once more underlined the truth that discuss is affordable. This has been a miserable, humiliating marketing campaign.