More at stake than just cup final place for Chelsea, Spurs
Apr 21 2017 by Joanne Wise
In the space of a few weeks Tottenham have whittled long-time league leaders Chelsea's advantage down from 13 to four points thanks to their own dazzling form and defeats by Crystal Palace and Manchester United for Antonio Conte's side.
Former Espanyol and Southampton manager Pochettino, in his third season in north London, is yet to win any silverware with Tottenham but if trophies were awarded for progress the Argentine would be ahead of his rivals.
Wright-Phillips, who won one Premier League title in three years at Stamford Bridge, believes the pressure could get to Antonio Conte's players.
"We saw just how much Chelsea missed him against Manchester United".
Without Cahill, that defense will be tested against an excellent Tottenham side that is not only vying for an FA Cup triumph but is also just four points behind the Blues in the Premier League title race.
Two years before that, Portsmouth beat them 2-0 after extra time at the same stage of the competition and at the same stadium. We are talking about the team that, in the last five years, have won European competitions, World Cups, and a manager who won the title in Italy. "I am repeating in every press conference that John, in my first season, is very important, he's helping me on the pitch and off the pitch", he said.
As for Arsene Wenger, this could be his last season in charge of Arsenal, with his contract up in June. 'When we started to have the training on Tuesday, Gary arrived at training with a fever, then we prefer to bring him into hospital to check his situation.