By Ryan Fleming
The English soccer world was up in arms one week ago over one of their most exciting, young clubs, Tottenham. But, for no good reason.
In its first European Cup appearance since 1962, the Spurs were upset, 3-2, by Swiss side Young Boys in the first leg of their Champions League Playoff. However, a pair of second half goals to shorten a three-goal deficit gave Spurs some confidence going into their second leg Wednesday at White Hart Lane.
The frenzy that the English tabloids have themselves caught in is utterly ridiculous.
Tottenham, thanks to the likes of striker Roman Pavlyuchenko, find themselves in a awkward, yet positive position despite coming back to England with a loss.