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Spurs’ Wembley woes will mean no Champions League qualification this season

Spurs continued their similar pattern last weekend when they struggled to break down a resolute Swansea City side, settling for a 0-0 draw to continue their dismal form at Wembley. 

Still without a Premier League win at the national stadium, Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino must have thought the hoodoo was over when he saw his side run out impressive winners over Dortmund in the Champions League. It was not to be though, and despite it being one way traffic against the Swans, there was something missing.

Our landlord here at the Tavern thinks that the pressure and unfamiliarity of playing at Wembley is definitely hindering the club at the moment, and it could cost them big time this season.

With Man United firing on all cylinders and Man City also in red hot form, it’s looking likely that there’s only two Champions League spots going to be up for grabs. Chelsea look a certainty to land one of them, which puts Spurs in a bit of a pickle.

Their home form was always a crucial aspect of their season. Time and again they would dominate teams and take points of the big boys at White Hart Lane. That fear factor is missing this year with Wembley as home, and Chelsea have already exploited it.

It’s a big fear for Spurs at the moment, and if they do not find their feet at their new home sooner rather than later, it could well mean no Champions League football next season.

Spurs fans, what do you think is going wrong at Wembley? Give us your thoughts!


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