Past Performance, NOT an Indicator
They play a style of football which is both entertaining and now successful. And I’m sure most punters, like me, believe they’re the favourites to claim fourth-spot and a place in next season’s Champions League.
I’m also sure most of the many Spurs fans in-and-around Edmonton will be licking their lips with the thoughts of going one or even two-steps further and actually challenging for the Premiership next season.
Well, I hope what I’m going to say next isn’t going to put too much of a dampener on their aspirations, but I’d just like to point out to Harry this well-known maxim which can be used as a disclaimer to avoid any misunderstandings and potential law-suits, just in case things don’t turn out as the many success-hungry Spurs fans would like:
“Past Performance is not an Indicator of Future Performance” or success.
So if the hedge funds can use it, I’m sure people won’t mind if Harry does, too.