Tottenham Hotspur have been without a trophy for over a decade now, and manager Mauricio Pochettino has never won one as a gaffer.
However, that could all end this season, as Spurs find themselves still fighting on four fronts in January.
Perhaps Spurs’ best chance of some silverware this campaign is in the Carabao Cup, as they take on Chelsea in the second leg of their semi final this evening.
Tottenham are 1-0 up on aggregate thanks to a VAR-assisted Harry Kane penalty in the first leg.
The winner of Spurs and Chelsea will go on to face the Premier League title holders Man City in the final.
Spurs are also still in the race for the FA Cup this season, as they have a fourth round tie booked against Crystal Palace this weekend.
Tottenham are also still third in the Premier League, and made it to the knockout rounds in the Champions League, although these are extremely unlikely to produce any silverware by the end of the season.
Poch was asked what a trophy would mean to him (Football London): “After 10 years I don’t know. I will tell you in the moment in case I win. As won as a player a few titles and it is an amazing, unbelievable feeling. But like a manager I only won three times the Cataluna Cup, always it should be Barcelona top. We will see. Of course it is going to be so important, but decisive for the club? To be decisive in putting the club in the next step like we are talking I don’t believe.”
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