North London Dispatch: Tottenham’s Season Until October

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Facing Off Against Crystal Palace and Arsenal

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Three days later, Spurs will take on Alan Pardew’s tough Crystal Palace squad, who currently sit second in the table with three wins and one loss.

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  • Being a huge test for Pochettino’s men at home, they will look to redeem there poor play from last year as they lost 2-1 to Palace on aggregate.

    And just three days after that, on September 23rd, Tottenham will take on North London rivals Arsenal in the third round of the Capital One Cup.

    A match that will only suit one side, while the other is left revving there head’s, until they meet again at the Emirates on November 8th.

    The only thing better than seeing Spurs get the win, is watching Arsenal Fan TV’s Angry Claude go on about how poor his club is and how Arsene Wenger must go.

    Oh, stagnant, stagnant Arsenal, how the times are changing.

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