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Last Updated: Friday October 24 2008 13:30 GMT

Pressure piles on Spurs manager

Tottenham Hotspur logo and manager Juande Ramos

It's all going wrong for Tottenham Hotspur, where it looks like being a season of doom for supporters.

They've had their worst start to a season in the club's history and pressure's growing on manager Juande Ramos, who only took over a year ago.

After Spurs lost 2-0 to Udinese in the Uefa Cup on Thursday he said: "I'm very angry because I don't like to lose."

It was Spurs' fourth defeat in five games and even the players are starting to speak out about the club's failings.

Jonathan Woodgate
Jonathan Woodgate has played for Spurs every game this season
Spurs haven't won any of their Premier League matches so far this season and are currently bottom of the table with just two points.

Jonathan Woodgate - who's one of only two players to have played for Spurs in every game this season - said their situation couldn't get much worse.

And he reckons Spurs are "one million per cent" facing a relegation battle at the end of the season.

"People say we are too good to go down but we aren't. I've seen it happen at Leeds and they had a better team than we do here," he said.

"We've got to roll our sleeves up and start grafting because, I am telling you now, it's going to be hard."