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While the English Premier League is one of the most competitive leagues around, there are still only four teams capable of winning the title. The top four in England these days is generally made up of Arsenal, Liverpool , Chelsea and Manchester United, and it would take some doing for another team to break the group up. Out of all the teams in the Premier League, the team that has come closest to doing so is Tottenham Hotspur, as they have finished fifth for the past two seasons running. Tottenham arguably should have broke into the top four and thus Champions League football two years ago when they led Arsenal all the way to the last day of the season; they however succumbed to West Ham and finished two points behind fourth place. Last year, they did not do as well as the previous season but still comfortably managed to finish in the same position, and despite their horrendous start to this year's campaign, they will look to rise once again to the UEFA Cup qualifying places in the table.

Tottenham Hotspur fans would definitely have been confused as for which kit they should buy this summer- Spurs released four. The standard home, away and third kits came out, as well as a special fourth one for their 125th anniversary. For their home kits, Tottenham have generally tended to wear a white shirt matched with blue shorts, which is the reason for their nickname- the 'Lillywhites'. While the club started off wearing all blue, they switched between a kit that had red shirts and blue shorts, and then later wore a red and chocolate coloured strip before they finally settled on the white shirts and blue shorts that they use today. The Tottenham crest consists of a cockerel standing on a football, with the club's motto in Latin beneath it ( Audere est Facere, or To Dare is to Do in English).

For their away kit, Spurs have gone all blue this season, similar to the one they started out with while the third kit to be used in European away matches or when the other two colours clash is a bright yellow one. Tottenham also released a commemorative fourth kit as mentioned above for their 125 th anniversary; this features a unique design of a half white, half light blue shirt. While this kit will rarely be used, it is a must have piece of memorabilia for any serious Tottenham supporter.

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is currently sponsored by Mansion, while their kits are produced by sporting giants Puma. Tottenham's kits were first produced by Admiral in 1978, and till they swapped to Puma they used companies such as Adidas, Umbro and more recently Kappa. Before Mansion sponsored the kit, they were sponsored by Holsten (twice), Hewlett Packard and Thomson Holidays. Although the red colour of Thomson Holidays caused a bit of dissent amongst Tottenham fans (as red is the colour worn by rivals Arsenal), Mansion's logo of the same colour has had no problems.

As more and more money comes into the Premier League, all teams will have a better shot at winning trophies and competing for the league- and Tottenham should be right up there in a few months, considering the cash they spent on new players in the summer (around 40 million) they should expect to be challenging for England's top domestic honours within the next few years. Tottenham Hotspur have long been at the second level in England's first tier… are the next few seasons the time that they will finally make the step up?


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