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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by chris63, 21 Jun 2017.
We all know they’ll turn up against us Poch will rest players for it midweek beating us be like a trophy for him;)
Turning into a Liverpool this season. Winning some of their big matches, failing against fodder.
The aura of Wembley is starting to slip. There were 42,679 at the CL match last night whereas nearly 83,782 turned up against Real Madrid.
As much as I hate Spurs this is a very unfair comparison.
Yup, but nearly a 50% reduction for Champions League football in the Capital. How would that be portrayed if it was us?
42k is still a good turn out for a Champions League dead rubber against canon fodder opponents tbh.
That’s a decent turn out for a dead rubber.
I can't remember who it was but someone on here mentioned the other day that they thought Spurs would focus on making as far a run as possible in the Champions League and finish outside of the top 5 to get a shot at the league with no European commitments next season. Not that I think they would deliberately do this for monetary reasons, but this is honestly Spurs' best chance of winning the league.
and I bet the ticket prices were sky high as well as the cost if you wanted a drink or food at Wembley