Spurs can make Champions League football next season

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Tottenham and Arsenal’s desire shouldn’t detract from the lack of quality

Date: 19th March 2014 at 12:07pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

If the commitment on the field didn’t tell the story well enough, then the Arsenal celebrations after the final whistle certainly did. The Gunners’ 1-0 victory over Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday wasn’t the best of recent encounters, but it had just as much impact. Tottenham now find themselves languishing in fifth place in the Premier League, nine points behind their North London rivals having played a game more. The result effectively decided the final Champions League positions. Tomas Rosicky’s second minute piledriver gave Arsenal a lead from virtually their first period in possession and the game settled into a repetitive pattern from there. Spurs squeezed Arsenal’s central midfielders and defenders into punting long balls up to Olivier Giroud, who lacked the first-touch on the day to hold the ball up well enough to wait for support. Despite Spurs’ dominance of ... Read More

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