Dissent against Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy continues.
Not a full scale protest, but dissent against Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy continues to present itself.
A 'Levy Out' banner was spotted in the away end at Hull's KC Stadium as Tottenham edged a 2-1 victory having gone in behind at half-time.
Tottenham's form prior to the international break was dire, but players have rallied around manager Mauricio Pochettino, which in turn has added scrutiny not only on them, but decisions of Levy and his technical director Franco Baldini.
Levy has forged a reputation not only as a feared negotiator which is to his credit, but to his detriment as an impatient and trigger-happy chairman.
Hull star Tom Huddlestone, formerly of Spurs, described in the lead up to the game how he felt the firing of Harry Redknapp in 2012 was 'strange', and the club have not finished equal or better to the fourth position he led them to since.
Spurs currently sit 10th on 17 points, but can take heart of the fact Manchester United sit fourth with only two points more, such is the congestion of teams with similar records.
Tottenham host Everton next in a must-win game before travelling to Chelsea.