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.”

Back where he belongs; what next for Bale?

Across his career, Jose Mourinho has worked with some of the finest players in world football. Michael Essien, Andriy Shevchenko and Hernán Crespo are among those that will feel privileged to have been part of a Mourinho side. Now that list of names grows just an inch longer as Gareth Bale has gained that opportunityContinue reading “Back where he belongs; what next for Bale?”

One year on, The Special One (Part 2)

As the side journeyed into the 2020/21 season, a 1-0 loss to Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton on the first day, along with the few slightly unconvincing displays in the Europa League, startled Tottenham fans. However, it did not overshadow their games where Jose Mourinho’s players took complete control, the Southampton and United games coming to mind.Continue reading “One year on, The Special One (Part 2)”

Tottenham’s Best Midfield: A Danger to Every Team in The League, Including Us.

Ever since the signing of Pierre-Emile Højbjerg from Southampton, many Spurs fans have been begging and pleading for Jose Mourinho to start Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg in a midfield three. Unfortunately, they have still not seen the three together on the pitch at the same time, whether it be because ofContinue reading “Tottenham’s Best Midfield: A Danger to Every Team in The League, Including Us.”

The Special One – One Year on (Part 1)

November 18th of 2019 marked Mauricio Pochettino’s last official day in charge of Tottenham Hotspur, following a string of poor results in the Premier league and Champions league.  An embarrassing 7-2 defeat by Bayern Munich and a 3-0 away loss to Brighton the previous month ultimately contributed to Levy’s decision; it seemed Pochettino had lostContinue reading “The Special One – One Year on (Part 1)”

Are Tottenham serious title contenders?

This year has been upside-down, topsy-turvy and just plain messed up. So much so, the reality of Tottenham challenging for the Premier League title is becoming less and less of a dream with their recent performances. Surely they can’t, right? Well, here’s three reasons why they might just be able to. Crumbling Competition  This yearContinue reading “Are Tottenham serious title contenders?”

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – The key to Tottenham’s midfield?

Ever since the wonderful Mousa Dembélé left, there has always been something missing in the midfield of Tottenham Hotspur.  In a bid to remedy this, Tottenham brought in flamboyant midfielders Tanguy Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso. Signing Ndombele for a club-record £55 million pounds, and initially loaning Lo Celso in August of 2019, then signingContinue reading “Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – The key to Tottenham’s midfield?”

Sergio Reguilón: The left-back solution

Since Tottenham’s last realistic title endeavour in the 2016-17 season, the squad have seemed lethargic and unreliable defensively. In the record-breaking season, the team conceded just 26 goals in 38 matches and scored 86. Mauricio Pochettino, in just his second season at the club, managed a third place finish in 15/16, an impressive feat forContinue reading “Sergio Reguilón: The left-back solution”

The November international break and what it means for Tottenham:

Harry Kane’s 88th minute winner against West Brom last Sunday made it three wins on the bounce for Jose Mourinho’s side, but now the squad prepares for the international break, with many players set to be involved. With such a talented group at the disposal of Jose Mourinho it is no surprise that Spurs’ squadContinue reading “The November international break and what it means for Tottenham:”

Tottenham’s best 11 and formation

For the first time in years, Tottenham have squad depth at least two quality players in every position of the pitch. However, this gives Mourinho a headache when it comes to the team selection. This article will analyse the options Jose has for each position and who I personally think should start. Formation I thinkContinue reading “Tottenham’s best 11 and formation”