Harry Redknapp Admits Chelsea Topping Could Be A Challenge

February 3, 2011 | Filed Under: Blog 
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Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that fighting with Chelsea for the fourth place spot in the Premiership is no easy task, especially since they have recently spent £70 million within the transfer market.
Redknapp told BBC Sport, “For us to finish above them (Chelsea) would be a real feat, they have spent about £70m in the transfer market. We have to just keep going.”

Although Tottenham were quiet within the transfer market, they are still only three points behind Chelsea but with the power that they have in the attacking third, Chelsea have a huge 18 goals difference between the two sides.
I would not write Chelsea off winning the championship, Manchester United look as though they keep getting results but they are not playing as well as the have done in the past.
They (Manchester United) are red hot favourites but Chelsea have won the championship and have had Torres come in. They (Chelsea) could go on a run and be dangerous to everyone.”

Tottenham are getting the results in the Premier League at the moment, winning 1-0 last night in their fixture against Blackburn Rovers but they are suffering from a number of injuries to their first team.

Midfielders Luka Modric and Steven Pienaar had to be removed from selection at the last minute, while defender Ledley King who was meant to under an operation, had his date moved back and was meant to see a specialist in Germany.

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