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Magpies Continue To Fly

Going into the last round of fixtures in the English Premier League Newcastle United still have a chance to finish in the top three and qualify for the Champions League. The Magpies will need a favour from both north London clubs as Arsenal and Tottenham are marginally ahead of Newcastle in third and fourth position, respectively. But Newcastle will have to ... Read More »

Globetrotting Ricketts Returns Home

Rohan Ricketts’ career may have taken a path away from the spotlight since the winger left Tottenham Hotspur in 2005 – but it has certainly been interesting. In the space of four years, Ricketts has played for six clubs in a staggering five countries. Born in Clapham, south London, in 1982, Ricketts joined capital-based Arsenal in 1999, making his debut in a ... Read More »

Match Report: Everton 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur (Everton Fan’s Perspective)

Another top four team, another win. Following wins against Man City and Chelsea this time it was the turn of Tottenham to face defeat at Everton. There’s something about Goodison under the lights, the atmosphere is incredible and the noise is amplified. The game was a tale of two halves. Everton completely dominated the first half, creating four or five decent ... Read More »

Rubbish Transfers On A Credit Card

I never imagined that when writing about football I would be able to draw parallels between the beautiful game and ‘refuse collection’ or, if you want to speak a language that is non-PC then ‘Bin Day’. Now usually my blogs have an introduction which admittedly take longer to read than a knock-up between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, so this ... Read More »

Match Report: Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Everton (Tottenham Fan’s Perspective)

The times they are a-changing at The Lane. Always on the cusp of something great, there used to be a trend at Tottenham where they got close to revisiting those glory days of the 60’s, be it a late goal here, a thrashing here, a sacking there, as was the norm in previous seasons. Even in the last few years, ... Read More »

New Year New Cheer For Spurs

Expect the worst, hope for the best. As a Spurs fan that’s basically been my mantra since I started going to White Hart Lane 25 years ago. We are the ultimate cynical fans but we have every right to be that way, false dawns and five-year-plans have followed previous false dawns and five-year–plans. A shiny new manager promising to play ... Read More »

Match Report: Tottenham Hotspurs 3-0 Bolton Wanderers (Spurs Fan’s Perspective)

Playing more than 70 minutes with ten men away at England’s form team would be too much for most teams. For Bolton, in the relegation zone at kick off, it was simply too big a test. Spurs needed a seven goal winning margin to overtake Man United’s goal difference and, while they couldn’t do that, they comfortably defeated a limp ... Read More »

Premier League managers’ poor transfer tactics painfully highlighted

The transfer window is a bone of contention for many, but there’s no denying it delivers drama (just look at the excitement Sky Sports News’ Jim White brings to August 31st) and makes teams focus on building a squad through the season. However, it seems some managers are getting their tactics wrong when it comes to the transfer window. From ... Read More »

What Will Spurs Do Up Front?

As the transfer window wears on and the season approaches, the amount of strikers Tottenham have been linked with continues to grow and span all the corners of the footballing world. Giuseppe Rossi, Emmanuel Adebayor, Didier Drogba, Fernando Llorente, and a host of others have been mooted to make the switch to White Hart Lane. But so far the same ... Read More »

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