What Spurs must do to be bigger than Arsenal

What Spurs must do to be bigger than Arsenal

- Tottenham stars may leave club if they don’t win trophy, according to Alan Shearer

- The North London side haven’t won a major trophy in the past 9 years

- The Lilywhites are now 2nd in the league, 7 points behind Chelsea with 9 games left

Alan Shearer believes Tottenham must win a trophy in the next 18 months in order to keep their stars from potentially seeking a move away from the club.

What Spurs must do to be bigger than Arsenal

Shearer says Spurs need to win a trophy to keep players happy

Top players like Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Hugo Lloris, Toby Alderweireld and Christian Eriksen may leave Club as a result of lack of silverware, the Premier League highest goalscorer has said.

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The London club is hoping to win their first major trophy in 9 years as they tussle with Chelsea for the Premier League title.

Their last major silverware was in 2008 when they won the League Cup finals against the Blues.

Spurs are currently in the FA Cup semi-finals and are second in the league — seven points behind leaders Chelsea and are hoping for a slip from rivals Chelsea for them to clinch their first League title in 67 years.

What Spurs must do to be bigger than Arsenal

Mauricio Pochettino, Spurs manager

Tottenham continued their good run of form by defeating Burnley 2 - 0 to keep up the pace with Chelsea who are nine points ahead at the top of the table.

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NAIJ.com understands that Spurs have not finished above their rivals Arsenal in the league since 1995, their fans will love the fact that they are leading them with lots of points and hoping this season will be different from the last 22 years.

Tottenham were without key players like Harry Kane, Kyle Walker and still manage a 2-0 win against Burnley on Saturday.

Their next fixture will be against Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday and they hope to continue their run of form to put pressure on table toppers Chelsea.

Source: Sports.naij.com

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