Tottenham Dispatched to the Bottom Through Four Games

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A Look Ahead to the Future

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As mentioned earlier, competition in the Premier League is at an all time high.

With new TV deals in place, more teams are able to afford the likes of Yohan Cabaye, Georginio Wijnaldum, as well as former Marseille men, Dmitri Payet and André Ayew. Among others to come this summer, the influx of European quality in the Premier League hasn’t changed; it’s where those players choose to go to.

The prospect for many clubs is looking bright.

Starting next season, West Ham will call Olympic Stadium their home after successfully outbidding Daniel Levy.  Might the Hammers be the team up next, challenging for a top six finish within a few years?

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Spurs, thanks in large part to the revelation that was and is Gareth Bale, as well as being based in London, continue to be labeled as a future big club.

Instead of waiting for the new stadium to be built, Spurs must take action and start playing like such now before it’s too late.

There’s no reason why Pochettino’s side should not contend for the Europa League title, let alone a top four finish.  With plenty of fixtures to come, players will get their chance to play and ultimately show there worth, not only to Mauricio Pochettino but the entire world.

It’s still early, and despite being 16th on the table, that won’t last much longer. Of course for Spurs to get out of the bottom and climb back up the table, they will need to make sure they don’t falter come March. Otherwise it will be a repeat of last season — when Spurs missed out on the top four by a mere six points.

Only one word can describe Tottenham’s seasons over these past few years.


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