Can This Spurs Player Become A Centre-Piece?

Spurs forward Harry Kane has turned in an immaculate season thus far for Tottenham, notching his 30th goal of the season in Spurs 3-1 victory over Newcastle on Sunday. The England international has had a sensational campaign that has seen him score 22 times against Premier League competition, becoming the Spurs top option and a… Continue reading Can This Spurs Player Become A Centre-Piece?

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

A much needed show of passion?

The sense of Champions League or bust doesn’t just seem to be a sentiment held by the manager at Tottenham. Both Jan Vertonghen and Hugo Lloris have hinted in recent weeks that failure to achieve that coveted fourth place could prompt them both to reconsider their futures at the club. More upheaval is possibly the last… Continue reading A much needed show of passion?

Are we being a little too harsh on Sherwood?

It would appear Tottenham’s annual implosion has started a little earlier than usual this season. Spurs were battered 4-0 by cross London rivals Chelsea at the weekend to effectively end their hopes of a Premier League top four finish and plunge the club into further chaos. But given the season Spurs have had, are we really all that… Continue reading Are we being a little too harsh on Sherwood?

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?

Are we selling ourselves short here?

In the modern age of football it as much about commercial sponsorship and revenue as it is about on field success. At Tottenham this is especially the case with ENIC and Daniel Levy always keen to negotiate the hardest of bargains. Premier League success is totally underpinned by financial muscle power, it is no surprise that Manchester City… Continue reading Are we selling ourselves short here?

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?