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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Playing for places at Spurs

Tim Sherwood is a man on the warpath, and who can blame him. The Tottenham boss was scathing in his assessment of the capitulation last weekend, and in the build up to tonight’s match he doesn’t seem to have softened his tact. Spurs’ Premier League top four ambitions are effectively over, and for Sherwood time appears to be running… Continue reading Playing for places at Spurs

What of Tottenham’s wolf?

Emmanuel Adebayor has been in menacing form since his return from footballing exile at the turn of the year. The Togolese frontman now has eight goals from just 11 Premier League appearances; a feat that has made him by far Tottenham’s most potent marksman. His imperious form has catapulted Tim Sherwood’s side back into the Champions League reckoning, and… Continue reading What of Tottenham’s wolf?

Time to go Dutch?

Tottenham appear to be in the midst of a mini-revival under new man Tim Sherwood. Having matched their best away run since the 60’s and boosted their hopes of Champions League qualification in the process, it now seems strange that the managerial question continues to rear its head. Given their recent Premier League run it perhaps isn’t surprising… Continue reading Time to go Dutch?

Steffen ‘Arbeit’ Freund

I don’t think anyone embodies a cult status more than our enigmatic German enforcer. Over 100 appearances and not a goal to show for his trials and tribulations say it all. A rugged, hard working individual who lacked any real degree of quality; but lets be fair we love him all the same. Freund typified… Continue reading Steffen ‘Arbeit’ Freund

Spur of the Month August 2013: Andros Townsend

August has been a strange old month for the club, with the squad towards the back end baring little resemblance to that which we began the month with. A lot of the new recruits have made positive impacts during their first few weeks at the club, but my stand out player for August is someone… Continue reading Spur of the Month August 2013: Andros Townsend