There are a number of issues to sort out at Tottenham next season, mainly who will be the next manager.
But the playing staff present a variety of their own issues, Luka Modric's future, strikers needed to add to the squad, whether to keep King and Gallas.
Another is emerging in the goalkeeping department. Harry Redknapp clearly gave up on Heurelho Gomes, leaving him out of the first team all season long.
His replacement was the evergreen Brad Friedel, signed on a free. Having just turned 41 he is keen to carry on, and certainly didn't let anybody at the club down last season.
His 'safe hands' were seen as a step up from Gomes error-prone ways, but clearly he cannot go on forever.
Gomes is 10 years younger at 31, and has had many positive Tottenham moments mixed in with the not so great ones, and a Brazilian international he would have a lot to prove if he were given a chance next season.
Carlo Cudicini is 38, but has not been a first choice for almost 10 years since Petr Cech displaced him at Chelsea in 2004. He has never let Spurs down when given a chance, and his patience may just carry favour with supporters.
The wildcard choice for Spurs next season is signing a new goalkeeper as an eventual replacement for Friedel, and Ben Foster has been a name linked with the club.
Foster player with West Brom last season on loan but is contracted to Birmingham City, who hope to get £4-5 million for him. Tottenham were linked before Redknapp's departure and any new manager would have to decide whether he is worth the money.
Foster is 12 years Friedel's junior at 29, and could go onto establish himself at Tottenham, a club who he denied a Carling Cup win with his penalty shootout heroics with Manchester United in 2009.
There will be other 'keepers on the market too, but Foster is one of the most sensible and affordable options. Friedel did himself no harm last season and will surely not let Spurs down next season, but a new manager may prefer a younger, fresher goalkeeper.
Whoever becomes Tottenham's next manager, will have an important decision to make about who starts between the sticks next season.
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