‘Tottenham don’t have the quality to finish in top four’

Tottenham Hotspur don't have the quality to qualify for the Champions League, according to Chris Kamara

Harry Reardon
By Harry Reardon

Tottenham do not have a good enough squad to reach the top four, according to Chris Kamara.

After a promising start to the season, the White Hart Lane outfit have fallen back in recent weeks, and lost 1-0 to West Bromwich Albion last time out in the league.

Kamara, who has been a feature of the football coverage on Sky Sports for over a decade, poured cold water on the prospect of Spurs qualifying for the Champions League.

“From the Tottenham players’ point of view it’s all about getting used to the manager and how he wants to play,” he wrote.

“They’d have wanted to avoid Arsenal at this stage of the season. Out of Spurs and Arsenal you’d be more confident that the Gunners will finish the campaign in the top four.

“I’m not sure if Tottenham have the squad to finish in that type of position at the moment.”

Tottenham travel to Arsenal on Saturday evening, and will be desperate to get their league campaign back on track and prove Kamara wrong.


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