The 2014-15 season is not likely to be one that lives too long in the memories of both Liverpool and Tottenham supporters.
Both sides began the season with hopes of a top four finish and some silverware, and the simple truth is that both have failed.
Brendan Rodgers has been keen to point out the fact he has been intergrating a host of new summer signings into the side, whilst the permanent loss of Luis Suarez and the temporary but long term loss of Daniel Sturridge has seriously damaged their chances.
Tottenham will also point to the fact that they have had yet another new manager trying to instill a new philosophy during his first season. Yet had it not been for Harry Kane’s goals this season, Pochettino may well have found himself looking for a new job, in the same manner predecessor’s Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood were after similar seasons.
Both sides will be hoping for better next term, and supporters may well spend the summer looking back mournfully on what they used to have.
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