Flightrisker wrote:Arsenal and Chelsea have qualified for the Champions league every year since 1994 and 1998 respectively, finishing above Tottenham each year. So to suggest Arsenal and Chelsea will finish above Tottenham isn't that 'incredible'.
As stated already, both Arsenal and Chelsea have more experience at closing out a season effectively, and it is quite plausible they will both put pressure on Spurs during the run in. Chelsea's key players will be out to prove a point with AVB's departure and Arsenal with Wilshere will be a more consistent force.
Again, Tottenham's remaining fixtures are the classic games Spurs should win but they will struggle to take maximum points from Everton, Sunderland, Stoke, and Norwich.
Some of the reactions on here because of an opinion which is not gushing in praise of Tottenham are ridiculous. I can understand the OP's feeling of relative disappointment - for Spurs to go on such a great run and then come unstuck at a critical stage of the season is obviously disappointing, especially considering Spurs' history of promising more than they deliver. That's not to say the season as a whole has been disappointing, just the recent form, results, injuries and the fortunes of the nearest competition is concerning. Quite a balanced opinion really.
I wonder how much of the responses are actually about a football discussion or hiding inadequacies by appearing superior and having the last word on public forum.
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