Former Tottenham chairman Lord Sugar believes the season is all but over for the north London side, believing Champions League qualification is out of the question. Lord Sugar, who was chairman at White Hart Lane between 1991 and 2001, watched on as Spurs slipped to a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Norwich on Sunday and believes that, with a six-point gap between them and fourth-placed Liverpool, hopes of Champions League football next season are over.
On top of that, Spurs face three of the top four sides in their next five Premier League games (away at Chelsea on March 8, home to Arsenal on March 16 and away to Liverpool on March 30) in what is undoubtedly a crucial period for Tim Sherwood’s side. Lord Sugar, who is noted for airing his often controversial views on Twitter, again let rip as he wrote off the remainder of the season for Spurs.
He wrote on his account: “With prospect of playing Chelsea ,Arsenal and Liverpool in next few games. Some might say with the loss at Norwich. Spurs season is over. ”
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