Højbjerg, Skipp & Ndombele. Tottenham’s new midfield three?

Nuno Espírito Santo has his feet now firmly under the table at Tottenham Hotspur, beginning pre-season with some members of the senior squad and the U21’s on the 7th of July. Tottenham Hotspur will now tackle a set of friendly games against Chelsea, Arsenal and more in order to prepare for the coming Premier LeagueContinue reading “Højbjerg, Skipp & Ndombele. Tottenham’s new midfield three?”

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)”

A week in the life of Tottenham Hotspur: 7th – 14th March

Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 Crystal Palace – 7th March (Alfie) Sunday night saw Spurs pick up their third win in a week, leaving the most impressive display till last. Following wins earlier in the week, Spurs completed a second-half rout against the South London side to take their aggregate scoreline of 13-1 for the week. PushingContinue reading “A week in the life of Tottenham Hotspur: 7th – 14th March”

A week in the life of Tottenham Hotspur: 28th February – 6th March

Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Burnley – 28th February It was vintage Gareth Bale at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, with a return to winning ways in the Premier League. Sky Sports brought some pre-match entertainment, with Roy Keane effectively calling Bale “average.” Which he took personally. It took just two minutes for Bale to beContinue reading “A week in the life of Tottenham Hotspur: 28th February – 6th March”