Tottenham Hotspur: 5 Things Chelsea's Champions League Win Means for Spurs

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Tottenham Hotspur: 5 Things Chelsea's Champions League Win Means for Spurs
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A lot of people, including British Prime Minister David Cameron, looked on at Chelsea’s dramatic Champions League win over Bayern Munich with excitement.

Not so much Harry Redknapp.

In the unenviable position of needing a fellow English team lose the final so his Tottenham Hotspur can contest Europe’s most glamorous club competition next season, Redknapp will go down in ignominious history as the first manager to be affected by the “holders in, fourth place out” rule courtesy of Liverpool’s achievements in 2005.

So now Tottenham will be playing in the Europa League for the second season in a row.

Here are five things Chelsea’s Champions League win means for Spurs—and, as usual, feel free to have your say in the comments below.

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