Tottenham Hotspur: 10 Bold Predictions for Spurs Next Season

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Tottenham Hotspur: 10 Bold Predictions for Spurs Next Season
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Will the 2011-2012 campaign bring more reasons to celebrate for Tottenham Hotspur?

It seems only five minutes ago that Roman Pavlyuchenko was guiding in Tottenham Hotspur's winner and his superb second in the 2-1 final day victory over Birmingham City. Tottenham's season had been at various points thrilling, brilliant, frustrating and perplexing—occasionally all in one game! The display against Birmingham and Pavlychenko's late goal signed things off on something of a positive, hopeful note, the least the club and its supporters deserved for what, if nothing else, was an historic campaign.

With now under a month to go before the start of 2011-2012, it is hard to ignore that positivity has soured a little. The dispute between the club and the want-away Luka Modric's future has been the main headline surrounding White Hart Lane this summer, while the news that last season's breakthrough star Sandro will be out for at least three months has cast a further shadow over preparations.

So what lies ahead for Spurs? With more players likely to follow Jame O'Hara out the door, and new personnel to come in, the shape of the squad will certainly be different by the time of the first game against Everton. Still with that in mind, from what we learned last season and already in preseason, here are 10 predictions for the campaign ahead.

Are Tottenham Champions League contenders once more or destined for a mid-table culture shock? Who will star for Spurs this season? Will Harry Redknapp even be the man in charge come the season's end?

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