I was pretty indifferent about the whole Harry/AVB saga. I thought the sacking was pretty harsh, but more than anything it highlighted how ridiculous the whole England manager situation was. After the Santini/Jol/Ramos/Harry sagas, nothing Spurs did really surprised me to be honest.
I was definitely open to having someone more tactical in though. As Bale said in the week, a lot of what Harry did was motivational, which can be really important, but you can not be that consistent with that approach. Even if the team's not playing that well, the shape/organisation of the team can still win out. It's good to see AVB has also modified his approach to the squad, he admitted looking to sell Dawson was a mistake and he's changed his formations to suit our squad.
Spurs seem tight at the moment. There seems to be a good positive feeling around the club, with players and manager. And as much as Bale has been taking the headlines through his goals and general levels of performance, the team hasn't been poor, but we've missed out on having a player who can really pull the team through... most top teams have one of those players and as good as Modric was, I don't think he could carry the team.