Tottenham Hotspur women’s team manager Rehanne Skinner is determined to move the club in the right direction despite a string of defeats. The team has lost eight Women’s Super League (WSL) games since November 2020 and is yet to pick up three points in the WSL this year. Tottenham is currently tenth in the league and three points ahead of bottom-placed Leicester. However, Skinner remains confident about the team’s future and is focusing on preparing players in the best way possible.
Skinner is hoping for a win against Liverpool on Sunday following Tottenham’s victory against the Reds last November. The recent results have drawn Skinner’s side into the battle to avoid relegation, but she believes that the team is still moving forward behind the scenes to keep moving the club in the right direction. Skinner’s job is to keep preparing players in the best way possible, and she has every belief and confidence in the players and what they are achieving.
Skinner believes that the team has played some really tough teams in the run they’ve had, but she has every belief and confidence in the players and what they are achieving. She is not worried about her position, and her focus is on keeping the club moving in the right direction. Skinner believes that it takes time to get consistency and that they need to keep improving their performances.
Last season, Tottenham enjoyed their best top-tier run since promotion to the WSL in 2019. The team ended last term in fifth spot and was considered potential dark horses for a top-four finish. However, injuries have plagued the team this season, with Ria Percival and Ellie Brazil out of action and Bethany England unavailable last Sunday due to a knock. Despite this, midfielder Kit Graham’s recent return to fitness and match action has boosted the team.
Skinner explained that in September and October, they had six senior players unavailable, which was huge for anybody’s squad. This created some challenges for them in the early part of the season, but they have focused on trying to get everybody back on the pitch. They are coming out the other side of it, which is a huge positive going into the remaining nine games of the season.
Liverpool, who are eighth in the league, hope to bounce back from back-to-back losses to Leicester and Arsenal. Reds boss Matt Beard said that Tottenham is on a run of form that they are desperate to put right. However, he believes that all they can do is concentrate on themselves and how they want to play.
In conclusion, Skinner remains confident about Tottenham’s future despite a string of defeats. She believes that it takes time to get consistency and that they need to keep improving their performances. Skinner is focusing on preparing players in the best way possible and is determined to move Tottenham in the right direction.