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Tottenham Hotspur Win The Champions League!


Written by Lauren Coupe

Okay, the title is obviously a lie, but Tottenham fans must be getting excited by now and biting their nails in anticipation as the draw for the Champions League playoffs takes place shortly.  In a few months time, the title for this thread could be a reality! But let’s not get ahead of ourselves…Tottenhams possible opponents from the draw tomorrow are listed below:

Sporting Braga – considered by some as one of the most dangerous sides to face at this stage

Sampdoria – finished 4th in Serie A

Dinamo Kyiv – Ukranian runners up

AJ Auxerre – Finished 1 point behind Lyon last season

Young Boys Bern – Possibly the easiest for Tottenham to face out of the selection

I think on their day Tottenham are capable of beating any team, but being a Tottenham fan myself, I am so used to seeing them slip up at the most vital time…although since Harry’s appointment Tottenham have looked more aggressive and a harder nut to crack these days.

Who would you most like to see Tottenham drawn against?



  1. ParkLane67

    August 6, 2010 at 9:33 am

    Don’t underestimate “Young Boys” – They put out Fernebahce! I think my preference would be a short trip to Auxerre with the second leg back at the Lane. COYS

  2. Adam O'Brien

    August 6, 2010 at 9:35 am

    everyone saying totttenham are scared,why are we scared,everyone should be scared of the mighty spurs!
    COYS! 🙂

  3. azza

    August 6, 2010 at 9:44 am

    Sampdoria would be easy. Apart from Inter, Roma and Milan all the teams are very average

  4. Roy Singh

    August 6, 2010 at 9:54 am

    If any leader lacks a positive approach, then the entire team adopts this complacent attitude. So Harry is spot on in dreaming big. Defoe adopts “his personal” positiveness by saying that we will do better than our rivals – Arsenal.
    A ruling has to taken to treat all teams seriously & we should aim in obtaining max points at all times. The top 3 displays this sentiment in all their fixtures.

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