With Gareth Bale departing in search of a major trophy, Spurs adopted a scatter-gun approach to the transfer market that did not pay off. Seven players came in, with Christian Eriksen arguably the only real success. Andre-Villas Boas was sacked and replaced by the hot-headed Tim Sherwood, who in turn was shown the door after a sixth-place finish. Mauricio Pochettino has now taken over after moving from Southampton.
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Directions To White Hart Lane
By Train and Tube
White Hart Lane mainline station is four minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria Line tube service via Seven Sisters.
Northumberland Park mainline station is eight minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria line tube service at Tottenham Hale station.
Trains run from both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations to Liverpool Street Station and direct trains take about 20 minutes.
There are a number of excellent bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. A taxi rank is available at Tottenham Hale Station.
The stadium is located on the Tottenham High Road and is one mile south of the A406 (North Circular). You can easily join the A406 from the M25 (junction 25) and the A10. The M25 is 15-20 minutes from the stadium. From the City follow the A10 to Bruce Grove then straight on to the High Road.
However, most journeys to the Lane will be quicker and more reliable by public transport.