Old Trafford win a “flashpoint” moment in title charge

As the magic of Mauricio Pochettino slew another ‘cursed’ ground for Tottenham in emphatic fashion, Mourinho’s misery deepened as a title-chasing Lilywhites side destroyed Manchester United at Old Trafford on Bank Holiday Monday. For the past couple of years, people have toyed with the idea that Tottenham look good enough to challenge for the Premier… Continue reading Old Trafford win a “flashpoint” moment in title charge

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Three reasons why Tottenham can lift the 2017/18 Premier League title

Tottenham are improving season on season, and once more look like being a key contender for the Premier League title, in 2017/18. With the North London club bereft of a top flight title since 1961, the more cynical Tottenham fan would see Chelsea’s unassailable haul of 93 points last term as a typical turn of… Continue reading Three reasons why Tottenham can lift the 2017/18 Premier League title

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Why Kane and Alli need to start for England

[sociallocker id=”9711″] With the summer squad finally released (albeit with three names to be excluded by the start of the competition), lots of talk has inevitably centred around England’s attacking third, especially with the inclusion of Manchester United’s former talisman, now passenger Wayne Rooney. Given the youth of the side, you can understand why Hodgson… Continue reading Why Kane and Alli need to start for England

Juventus vs. Barcelona… The Champions League Final is here

[sociallocker id=”9714″]Forget all the other pretenders, the Champions League Final is the big one. It’s the major event of the footballing calendar, and the top sides from across Europe all want to be there, with the match providing the ideal platform to create history and achieve the ultimate dream. This year sees Juventus and Barcelona… Continue reading Juventus vs. Barcelona… The Champions League Final is here

Spurs Moving in on Saints Defender

[sociallocker id=”9722″]Spurs are closing in on signing Southampton defender Nathaniel Clyne, according to The Telegraph. The right-back is out of a contract next season, and earlier indications suggested that Manchester United and Louis van Gaal were leading the race in signing the 24-year-old. However, the most recent reports regarding the Southampton man point to a move… Continue reading Spurs Moving in on Saints Defender

Spurs Top Sydney FC 1-0

Now that Tottenham have completed their Premier League campaign, Spurs are off and running on their post-season friendly schedule. The most recent match on the list for Mauricio Pochettino’s side was a game against Sydney FC at ANZ Stadium. 70,000 people showed up to the stadium to watch Tottenham take on Sydney, and they were… Continue reading Spurs Top Sydney FC 1-0