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The "Spursometer" - Spurs Odyssey's exclusive Form Guide
So Spurs fell at the last hurdle having been clear winners of the Elite group. This new format gave Manchester United a second bite of the cherry which they took. It's like finishing fourth and not getting into the champions league. While Spurs played some fine passing football United were strong and defended well making the best of the chances that came their way.
Kane made a good return to the side although the formation changed a little to suit him. The busy schedule has seen some of our U-18 academy players being blooded in this league, gaining experience at this level which should benefit them in the coming years. Kane and Pritchard have been included in Peter Taylor's provisional U-20 World Cup squad which is just reward for their fine season..... ...read Ray Lo's latest match report here..
Spurs Odyssey Premier League Match Report - Spurs v Sunderland - 19.05.13
Gareth Bale scored yet another corker of a goal in the 90th minute to give Spurs a much-deserved win and a record haul of Premier League points in our club's history, but it was all to no avail as the news was confirmed from St. James' Park that Arsenal had won 1-0 to secure the much-coveted final place in next season's Champions League.
For the third time in recent history, Spurs have been thwarted at the last hurdle in their efforts to join the elite in Europe, and what hurts the most is that essentially it has been Arsenal who have pipped us on each occasion.
Spurs are the bridesmaids one again, and will have to settle for Europa League football again next season.........more....