Martin Jol could be thrown into further crisis tomorrow when Spurs travel to Anfield - where they haven't won since 1993 (14 years!)
The Tottenham boss needs a win to preserve his threeyear reign at White Hart Lane following a woeful start to the season.
Jol has overseen just one Premier League victory in the first eight games of the season - at home to rockbottom Derby - despite successive top-five finishes in the last two seasons.
Not since Ossie Ardiles' stylish team emerged victorious thanks to Teddy Sheringham's double-strike back in August 1993 have a Tottenham side nicked three points from Anfield. Nigel Clough put Liverpool ahead but Sheringham sparked a comeback which pushed Graeme Souness closer to the sack while Freddie Mercury topped the charts posthumously with 'Living on my Own.'
Even before that rare win they have to go back as far as 21 years to 1986, when Clive Allen's solitary strike helped David Pleat's side defeat the previous season's double winners.
Pleat led the north London club to third in the table and an FA Cup final appearance as Chris Waddle and Glenn Hoddle supplied ammunition to Allen, who finished the season with 49 goals and the Player of the Year award.
Spurs record at Anfield since that victory in 1993..
Sep 06 L0-3
Jan 06 L0-1
Apr 05 D2-2
Aug 03 D0-0
Oct 02 L1-2
Sept 01 L0-1
Apr 01 L1-3
Apr 00 L0-2
May 99 L2-3
Nov 7 L0-4
May 97 L1-2
Feb 96 D0-0
Nov 94 D1-1
Aug 93 W2-1
utusanLFC : so if the records can be trusted, the only factor that Spurs can win is when LFC refused to win. Yeah... simply repeat their sorry game like when they were embarassed by Marseille.... hmmm