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Bale warns Arsenal over Tottenham revival

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By Bryan Waters

Tuesday 27 March 2012

Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale has warned North London rivals Arsenal that Spurs have turned the corner and are gunning for third place, The Independent reports.

Spurs held a 12 point lead over Arsenal in February, but five games without a victory have allowed the Gunners to surge into third place and hold a three point lead over their rivals. There are eight matches remaining and Spurs manager Harry Redknapp fired a warning to the Gunners that Tottenham are not finished. Spurs were the better team in this weekend’s 0-0 draw with Chelsea and a win over Bolton tonight in the FA Cup will give them more confidence as they chase down third place.

Bale has been a leading light for the North London side this season and has attracted interest from Barcelona, who have watched the Welshman seven times this season. Bale’s future is unclear, but he is preparing himself for a great run-in and kicking on to get third.

“Hopefully, we can get back to winning in the next game and then kick on and get that third spot. We need Arsenal to lose now, so we can get back on level terms. The lads all know we have stopped the rot now. I think we have had our blip now and we can look forward to some positive results and get back where we belong”, Bale said.

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By pat on 27 March 2012 at 15:28

he really needs to spend time practicing his new dives rather than making silly comments the ugly cheat

By DEEJAY1952 on 27 March 2012 at 13:40

Eddie, your command of the English language is priceless. I dont mean that as an insult, after all I certainly can't speak your language (wherever that is). Good luck

By Eddie Yak on 27 March 2012 at 13:21

Tottenhem Spurs and her players have this funny habit of Counting Chicken before they are hatched. Months ago their top players were blowing their trumpets incessantly every week especially after beating Arsenal but look at what happen now ! Trumpets were buried but still continue drumming their chest like mountain gorillas.

By gooner on 27 March 2012 at 12:56

"I think we have had our blip now and we can look forward to some positive results and get back where we belong” I agree. This whole seasons been a blip, and now that it's over Spurs can go back to where they belong - firmly routed in mid table!

By deejay1952 on 27 March 2012 at 12:53

as someone posted on another site.. "By the time the spuds have turned the corner, Arsenal will be round the next one" Anyone seen a spud kissing a chicken on a basketball ? (that sounds almost obsene)

By Simran on 27 March 2012 at 12:36

Mind the gap- u spuds

By Lee on 27 March 2012 at 12:23

Yeah, in your dreams Monkey-Boy!

By The Cabbie on 27 March 2012 at 12:20

Spuds were better then Stoke and Everton but better wins zilch

By Sebastian on 27 March 2012 at 12:17

Why is everyone at tottenham warning Arsenal yet a month ago we were 10 adrift? Let them work for the remaining matches but stop threatening Arsenal from every corner.





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