When Juande Ramos left the sunny climes of Seville to take charge of a Tottenham side in dire need
of an overhaul last October, many would have questioned his sanity levels, but few would have
predicted the extent to which the Spaniard has managed to turn things around.
Following the whole debacle between the Spurs board and Martin Jol - where the Dutchman was
infamously notified he'd be picking up his P45 after the 2-1 UEFA Cup defeat to Getafé via text
message - Tottenham have finally steadied the ship and begun to produce the type of football which
prompted many pundits before the start of the season to tip the north London club to finish in
fourth position come May.