Tottenham fan Jamie O’Hara believes they can ‘become London’s biggest team again’

Tottenham fan Jamie O'Hara believes they can 'become London's biggest team again'

Former Tottenham star and now full-time cheerleader Jamie O’Hara has backed his old team to become ‘London’s biggest club’ again by dominating both Arsenal and Chelsea.

Tottenham are perhaps the most feared team in the Premier League this year aside from Liverpool and Manchester City, and with the addition of the Champions League they are well on their way to establishing themselves as one of the biggest clubs. Spurs take on Chelsea on Sunday as they travel to Stamford Bridge, a place where they notoriously struggle to find success.

But Antonio Conte’s side are in the best position they have ever been in to end the curse and secure a result against Chelsea, with O’Hara backing Tottenham to ‘destroy’ them on Sunday. And in doing so, he believes they could finally be on their way to becoming the biggest club in London.

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Ahead of Sunday’s mammoth game, O’Hara boldly stated on talkSPORT: “(Chelsea) have always been the bogey team for Spurs. We never get a result at Bridge and it’s very frustrating. I think now is the time.”

“It’s time for Spurs to turn the tide and start becoming the biggest team in London again. Listen, we have the best stands, the best stadium, one of the best managers, the best training facilities, the best forward of the world”. and the best left back.

“So I think now is the time to make our mark and I know there are a lot of Spurs fans who know this is a great time for us. I think this is a good time to play Chelsea.”

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“They still have the hangover from last season, they weren’t very good against Everton. I think we (Tottenham) are going to go there and destroy them completely.”

Tottenham may be keen to get a result at Stamford Bridge, but Chelsea’s two European triumphs to their name will make it difficult for any team to catch up. And Tottenham have not won a trophy of any kind in the last 14 years as they continue to fall short in finals.

The foundations are there for Tottenham to dominate, but they have struggled to do so under previous managers. However, Conte is as good as he will ever be, and the pressure is on for him to perform this season.

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