The results were produced by a survey of Premier League managers conducted by Barclays the League Managers’ Association. 75% of top flight bosses who replied said they preferred watching Harry Redknapp’s side, while 12% plumped for United, twice the percentage that went for Arsenal.
Tottenham have risen to third in the Premier League this season, scoring 55 goals in their 28 games along the way, conceding a further 44. That works out at finding the back of the net roughly twice in every match and conceding around one and a half goals per game. By comparison, Arsenal have scored 57 goals in 28 games, conceding 39, while Man Utd have to their name 68 goals and 27 against.
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