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Huddlestone calls on fans for patience

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Tom Huddlestone has told Tottenham's disgruntled fans they must be more patient as the team are still adapting to the changes made by Andre Villas-Boas.

Tottenham were booed off the pitch twice at White Hart Lane on Saturday as they slumped to a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Wigan. Although there have been occasional flashes of brilliance in Tottenham's game since Villas-Boas took over this summer, his more disciplined approach means there have not been as many thrills and spills as there were under his predecessor Harry Redknapp.

"We're probably harder to beat and maybe not as open (under Villas-Boas)," Huddlestone told a press conference. "He's come in and been very organised, the lads know what session we're going to do before we go out to train."

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