If that, or anything like that, is the case, then Tottenham will be able to find out if Mauricio Pochettino is as much of a magician in terms of working without money, as Arsene Wenger has been.
For us, it’s all happened and we have been settled in the Ems for ten years. Now when the Telegraph carries a sentence like, “Ahead of Sunday’s north London derby against Tottenham, Arsene Wenger has dilemmas all over the pitch,” we know they are being ironic, recognising that the dilemmas are of the best kind – who to leave out, who to play, from a very powerful squad. For Tottenham, such an situation is one that they will probably will only be able to dream about for the next five, or maybe even like us, ten years.
Or as the Telegraph put it in the advert for their new Premium Content service (which you have to pay for) on their web site
How Spurs can beat Arsenal: Harry Kane, kicking people and pressing – tactical analysis
Yep, that sure is what passes for a tactical analysis on Buckingham Palace Road.
Meanwhile, here’s the home and away league table, just in case you don’t have anything else to read.
From the Arsenal History Society
The Arsenal History Society publishes numerous series of articles exploring different aspects of Arsenal’s history. You can find an index to all the series to date on the Society’s web site.