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Ex-Tottenham Hotspur defender thinks Wembley curse is well and truly over

When Tottenham Hotspur were preparing to move into their temporary home of Wembley before the start of the season, many wondered if the ground would be a hindrance.

Last season, Mauricio Pochettino’s men struggled at the national side, which was used for the club’s European matches.

In the early stages of the current 2017-18 campaign, it seemed that the so-called Wembley curse would not be broken as the team recorded one defeat and two draws in their first three Premier League games at the ground.

However, in their last six home league matches, the North London outfit have earned five wins and a draw.

Tottenham are only being housed at Wembley this season as they wait for the construction of their new state-of-the-art stadium to be completed.

The ground is expected to be ready for the 2018-19 season, and former Spurs defender Graham Roberts thinks that the team will adapt to their new surroundings quickly.

The 58-year-old took to Twitter to rubbish the Wembley curse.

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Article title: Ex-Tottenham Hotspur defender thinks Wembley curse is well and truly over

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