Reality check

spids

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Taking a step back and looking at us now ... we’re above Man U, Chelsea and Arsenal in the league, we’ve been in the CL every year for some time and are heading to the Nou Camp for a decisive fixture on Tues. We’ve also played the last 16 months without a home ground, and not forgetting we’re the first Premiership club to have not bought any new players in the summer. Ever. In the next few months we move into our new home, one of the finest stadiums in world sport and an incredible stadium for football. We have the World Cup golden boot and and midfielder who at 21 has surpassed Scholes, Gerrard and Lampard in goals scored. And we have an incredible manager who is building a dynasty. The beauty is that W e’ve not even got out of 2nd gear yet and have still, despite injuries and World Cup hangovers have recorded our best start to a season in my lifetime (I’m 46). Things really are very good.
 
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Should have sold rose & dier for the reported 80M to man united in the summer :nailbiting:
We could have got ndoumble for around 40m but levy pulled out now his stock has risen so much this season we have no chance
 

Mr Pink

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Really, really well said.

If any Spurs fan is a glass half empty kind of guy at the moment, they need to read the OP over and over again until the penny drops.
 

Mr Pink

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Lose a game, we're 5th behind both Arsenal and Chelsea.
No one wins anything in December.
You're assuming if they win their games. Our fixtures look extremely good over the next month or two, they all have to play each other and will drop points.

And the one thing we are this season is consistent at dispatching sides outside of the top 6.

In fact we've been relentless, only Watford have denied us.

You look at these upcoming fixtures and it's hard not to thing about a huge points haul.
 
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