They seem to never learn. Should we get at least a point against Hull City on Monday, Spurs will once again finish below Arsenal in the Premier League, as The Telegraph delightfully reports.
Arsene Wenger has never finished below the Middlesex club and his arrival in north London has been their scorn. The Frenchman masterminded to double winning sides, an ‘Invincible’ team which happened to win the title at White Hart Lane and has since foreseen our move to one of the best stadiums in Europe.
Following our defeat in the north London derby in February, the customary ‘shift in the balance of power’ was spouted across the divide and yet again, they’re left with egg on their faces.
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As we chase second place in the Premier League and another FA Cup trophy, the gap between the club’s trophy cabinets is also set to widen.
Our transformation into financial superpowers over the past few years has tightened the stranglehold we have in north London, which will forever remain red.
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Here are the best celebration tweets.
— NOW TV Sport (@NOWTVSport) May 4, 2015
Last time Spurs finished above Arsenal: Serge Gnabry wasn’t even born Calum Chambers was 4 months old. Apple & Blackberry were just fruits. — Arsenal News (@__arsenal_news_) May 3, 2015
— Sam (@samuelJayC) May 3, 2015
Shouldn’t Spurs change their sponsors from Under Armour to Under Arsenal? — Steve⚽Gööner⚽Martin (@HarlowGooner) May 3, 2015
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) May 4, 2015
Every year Spurs pipe up & give it the big. Every year they say they’ll overtake us. We will finish above them for the 20th season in a row.
— FK² (@fkhanage) May 3, 2015