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Laura Woods Brilliantly Shuts Down Jamie O'Hara On Live Radio After Tottenham Claim

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Laura Woods Brilliantly Shuts Down Jamie O'Hara On Live Radio After Tottenham Claim

Jamie O'Hara's love for Tottenham may have caused him a bit of trouble this week, with the former Spurs midfielder getting shut down for his views on the north London rivalry.

Tottenham fans haven't had too much to shout about this season, with early hopes of a Premier League title challenge ending up with them scrapping to make it into the Europa League qualification places.

However, there has been one bright spot for Jose Mourinho's side, with Arsenal at least struggling even more than them. The Gunners briefly flirted with a relegation battle before climbing the table, and are still four points behind Harry Kane and co.

This came up on TalkSport this week, while the topic of Jesse Lingard's future was being discussed. Lingard has set the league alight since a loan to West Ham, and a move away from Manchester United may be neccesary for him to continue reaping the benefits of regular first team football.

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Arsenal and Tottenham have been touted as two options for the England international, if he doesn't want to stay with David Moyes at the Olympic Stadium.

According to O'Hara, however, there is only one choice between the two, with him claiming that even staying with West Ham would be a better move than going to the Emirates.

Laura Woods was having none of this, pointing out that the Gunners are only a few points behind their north London rivalry, and that Spurs icon Harry Kane has been linked with a transfer away this summer.

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There was no coming back from the brutal put-downs for O'Hara.

Fans jumped in on Twitter to back up Woods, and it looks like O'Hara might want to avoid the topic going forward...

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Featured Image Credit: talkSPORT

Topics: Spurs, Football, Arsenal, tottenham, Jesse Lingard

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