It’s been quite an eventful campaign for Spurs this year. From Nuno Espírito Santo’s short tenure to the rollercoaster ride under Antonio Conte. The North London side have managed to prove the doubters wrong (including the man in charge) and finish in the Champions League places for the 22/23 season. While many will rightfully applaudContinue reading “Ivan Perisic is a step in the right direction for Spurs”
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Harry Kane and Tottenham Hotspur – where would they be without him?
Since being branded by Pep Guardiola as “The Harry Kane team” in October 2017, Spurs’ ability to perform without their talisman has been repeatedly called into question, ill helped by a few poor performances in his absence and a plethora of goals coming from him season after season. However, whilst at a glance this claimContinue reading “Harry Kane and Tottenham Hotspur – where would they be without him?”
Is Pierluigi Gollini the heir to Hugo Lloris’ throne?
Fabio Paratici seems to be making his mark at Tottenham rather quickly. The nearly finalised swap deal with Sevilla, exchanging Erik Lamela & £21.4m for Bryan Gil, along with advanced talks for Atalanta’s Cristian Romero, have given fans a reason to be excited. Paratici and Tottenham’s first official signing of the summer also comes fromContinue reading “Is Pierluigi Gollini the heir to Hugo Lloris’ throne?”
Nuno Espírito Santo – The man to lead the rebuild?
Who would have thought that Tottenham’s decision to sack Jose Mourinho would result in a 70+ day search for a successor? The decision to sack Mourinho six days before Spurs faced Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final was always going to be met with criticism. However, many still believed that the club had anContinue reading “Nuno Espírito Santo – The man to lead the rebuild?”
Relief, disappointment and international duty – A week in the life of Tottenham Hotspur (21st March – 28th March)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Aston Villa – 21st March After such a catastrophic performance against Dynamo Zagreb, Spurs travelled to Villa Park looking to save their season. Jose Mourinho faced a fair amount of scrutiny following Spurs’ exit from Europe and made his feelings toward the squad known as seven changes were made from the startingContinue reading “Relief, disappointment and international duty – A week in the life of Tottenham Hotspur (21st March – 28th March)”
Tottenham 4-1 Wycombe – Misleading scoreline sees Spurs advance.
It may have felt like a lifetime ago, but Spurs returned to action eight days after defeating Sheffield United to face Wycombe Wanderers in the fourth round of the FA Cup. The competition’s draw has been quite generous to Jose Mourinho’s team so far, putting them in a David vs Goliath match up with eight-tierContinue reading “Tottenham 4-1 Wycombe – Misleading scoreline sees Spurs advance.”
Oliver Skipp – How a “future captain” is performing on loan.
Unlike rival clubs Tottenham haven’t had much progress in developing their youth talent into first team players. Harry Kane, Harry Winks and Japhet Tanganga are the only current members of the first team that have been awarded senior contracts after going through the clubs youth system. However, on-loan midfielder Oliver Skipp has given Spurs aContinue reading “Oliver Skipp – How a “future captain” is performing on loan.”
Tottenham vs Marine – No room for an upset
Having already booked a place in the Carabao Cup final, Tottenham will now turn their attention to eighth-tier Marine in the third round of the FA Cup. The fixture hosts the biggest mismatch in the competitions history with Marine currently placed sixth in the Northern Premier League North West, while Spurs sit fourth in theContinue reading “Tottenham vs Marine – No room for an upset”
Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham – Heartache at Anfield.
Last night saw the first time in history that both the sides met whilst occupying first and second on the table, each looking to get one over on their title challenger. Both clubs were coming off the back of disappointing draws at the hands of Crystal Palace and Fulham respectively, intending to put the recordContinue reading “Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham – Heartache at Anfield.”
Tottenham 2-0 Royal Antwerp – Top of another table
After last week’s frustrating 3-3 draw with LASK, it was tough to take any real positives from that performance. However, a point against the Austrian side meant that Spurs had cemented their place in the knock-out stages of the Europa League. Despite qualification being wrapped up, Spurs sat second in Group J. Meaning they neededContinue reading “Tottenham 2-0 Royal Antwerp – Top of another table”