Wednesday, 7 December 2016


Ponch putting a brave face on dropping to the second division in Europe and maintaining it's good for the club.  It's not and won't be until we are ready to compete and start winning regularly- something that is still way off on the horizon.  Anyway, we face CSKA at our Wembley "home" later tonight.

Tottenham are unable to reach the Champions League knockout stage after winning just one of their opening five matches.
Defeats against Bayer Leverkusen and Monaco at Wembley - where Spurs are playing their Champions League home games while White Hart Lane is being redeveloped - have proved costly.
Pochettino's team are third in Group E and know they will qualify for the Europa League by avoiding defeat against fourth-placed CSKA Moscow.
And the Argentine boss says Europe's second-tier club competition offers his team the chance to make amends for their poor showing in the Champions League.
"I believe that it's important for the club to be involved in the Europa League."
"We didn't play well in the Champions League at Wembley. But it's important for us to be involved in the Europa League. Why not try to go further in that competition?
"It's true that it'll be tough to be involved in the Europa League again, but if we don't show we deserve to qualify for the Champions League, then our responsibility is to go to the Europa League to go further in the competition."

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