Is there any way for Daniel Levy to turn it around at Tottenham Hotspur?
The transfer window is once again a late rush for Tottenham Hotspur, with chairman Daniel Levy placing pressure on himself and those who work for him to deliver on deadline day.
Over the past fortnight the club have signed Clinton N'Jie from Lyon and Heung-Min Son from Bayer Leverkusen, but neither attackers are out and out strikers or made their debuts yet - and the club have been rebuffed so far in their pursuit of Saido Berahino of West Brom.
There is still work to be done, but having left it so late once again, with a detrimental effect evident in the club's sluggish start to the season, fans are tiring of the prospect of facing another season as also-rans in the race for Champions League places.
Levy has come under fire from fans on social media, who were tweeting #LevyOut yesterday in protest at the chairman's decision to leave it late in yet another window.
THFC Forever (@dchempstead) August 31, 2015
Levy and Lewis must be amazed at how long they have been getting away with mugging spurs fans off #LevyOut— Bored of Levy (@sparkyade) August 31, 2015
levy failed on martial this window and now he's off to man u. what a surprise #Levyout— босс (@kaiyidnorth) August 31, 2015
I can only see panic buys for Austin & Berahino on Deadline day from THFC paying well over the odds. Embarrassment all round #levyOUT— Dat Guy Watty (@Wattydoes) August 31, 2015
One of the main problems Levy faces is that by now most of the damage is done.
Even if Tuesday is successful from a player acquisition perspective, the club have already dropped nine points this season out of a possible 12, and started the campaign on the back foot.
Tottenham can't keep doing this and attempt to be successful, it has not worked so far, and if they strike out in buying players tomorrow and fail to land their top targets - pressure on Levy will only grow further.