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Frugal Tottenham to rely on tried and tested formulaWhile their rivals have spent vast sums in the summer transfer market, Tottenham Hotspur will enter the new Premier League season relying on virtually the same players who pushed Chelsea so hard in last year's title race. Tottenham did sell England right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for around 50 million pounds ($64.8 million), but the spine of the side remains from the one that finished with 86 points and 86 goals last season – both club records in the Premier League.The biggest unknown, however, will be the Wembley effect.Last season at their now-demolished White Hart Lane stadium Tottenham were unbeatable, dropping only four points at home.
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