King confident for Tottenham Champions League chase
Spurs captain Ledley King has told The Guardian there is “not a crisis in any way” at the club.
The club took just one point from their Easter fixtures – a draw away at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light and a 2-1 defeat to Norwich at White Hart Lane, which left the home fans booing, and are now in danger of finishing outside the top four.
Since Fabio Capello’s resignation from the England job and speculation linking Spurs boss Harry Redknapp to the role, the club has won just twice in nine League matches seeing them fall from five to 20 points off top spot.
With focus turning to the FA Cup, King say the players need to address Monday’s performance against the Canaries.
"We will have to look at a few things and have a few words and try to move on from there," King said. "I think that the earlier we kind of have a speak together about it, the better it will be. The only thing that needs to be said is that we need to stick together at this time, keep going until the end of the season and keep working hard for each other. There is not a crisis in any way."
Spurs face Chelsea on Sunday in the FA Cup semi-final and King hopes that victory will provide a boost for the club’s League campaign with five matches remaining.
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