Harry Redknapp is set to take over as the new manager of Spurs. I'm not sure if the news that Juande Ramos and the rest of the coaching staff have been sacked, with Harry nicked from Portsmouth, should really have surprised me - the only surprising thing really is that anything still surprises me about this season.
Ramos probably had to go. Taking into account the bad run of results - which pretty much started in February after winning the Carling Cup final - the (fairly valid) argument that he was screwed over by the sale of our complete first choice strikeforce can only go so far. The man that is held responsible for the less than satisfactory transfer dealings over the summer, Damien Comolli, has also finally been shown the door.
Sad to see Gus Poyet leave with Ramos. I think all Spurs fans are very fond of Gus and it's a shame that his return to the club has ended like this. I'm sure he'll have better times as a coach - and maybe one day he'll even be back at Tottenham.
It is all done now, let's see if Harry can work any magic - and that's what he might just need, at least until the January transfer window opens. Starting with our home match against Bolton in the rain this afternoon... that's followed by a trip to the Emirates on Wednesday night then Liverpool at home next Saturday. Easy!
Meanwhile, Andy Murray continues to make the tennis a better option.