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It has been a troubling season for Tottenham Hotspur.

After a £100 million summer spending spree and the capture of much-coveted talents like Christian Eriksen and Jan Vertonghen, Spurs failed to spark and fired coach Andre Vilas-Boas in December in the wake of  a 5-0 home humiliation by Liverpool which left the North Londoners seventh in the Premier League.

Tim Sherwood enjoyed a brief honeymoon but with six games  judi domino online  to go the club are seventh again, out of the Europa League and need a miracle to reach the Champions League qualifying positions. Louis Van Gaal is widely tipped to take over at White Hart Lane next season and with a new stadium in the pipeline for 2017, there are nonetheless reasons to look forward hopefully.

Spurs fans are also forking out for their frustrating campaign. If goal are what supporters want then Tottenham fans are being milked more than anyone else.

Although Arsenal have the dearest season-tickets, Tottenham’s cheapest works out at £40.26 a home goal, the worst value in the Premier League, according to research done by the Manchester Evening News.

Their North-London rivals come second in the poor value for money table at £33.97 per strike, just ahead of struggling Norwich at £33.30.

Manchester City’s surge means at £5.75 a goal, they are the best value team, followed by Everton at £13.33 per goal and Chelsea at £14.17.

Manchester United are twelfth with an average supporter outlay of £24.18 per home goal.

Man U & Real top replica sales

Manchester United and Real Madrid are the teams who sell the most replica shirts, according to Germany’s Bild newspaper.

Both clubs shifted 1.4 million jerseys in 2013, with Barcelona third with 1.15 million.

Chelsea are fourth with 910,000 official sales just ahead of European Champions Bayern Munich with 880,000.

The next five best-selling are in order Liverpool, Arsenal, Juventus, Inter and Milan.

U.S. sports firm Nike just edge out their German rivals Adidas in supplying the top ten teams with five clubs – United, Barça, Arsenal, Juve and Inter, versus Adidas’ four – Real, Bayern, Chelsea and Milan.