Peter Crouch has warned fellow champions league spot chasing clubs that football’s lockdown could benefit his old club Tottenham Hotspur in the battle for the top four. When the Premier League finally resumes next week after a three month shutdown, Wolves are well-placed for a crack at the Champions League places.
Peter Crouch said “It’s ideal for Spurs, let’s be honest, They were struggling with Son and Kane out and those two coming back will be huge for them and only going to help them. It will be interesting to see how it kicks off. I’m sure the players would have looked after themselves, but you might get a few shock results. If you do have to play at neutral venues you’re not sure how things are going to pan out. I think there will be a few surprise results. The home games only really helps if you have the fans. Of course, it helps if you have your own parking space, know where you sit, it does help. But the main thing is the fans, so there will be a few away wins, definitely. I’m really excited about it coming back. As long as it’s done safely, because I am a fan as well. I’ve missed it, it’s amazing how much you miss sport, There are people far more qualified than me to decide if it should come back and they have decided that it can come back. Fingers crossed that everything goes as planned and we can just enjoy the game again. I would definitely ask questions. Not for me, because I would want to play football, but for my family. Troy Deeney was mentioning about his baby having respiratory problems and if he brought something home then he would never forgive himself.”
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