James Harris returns to The Fighting Cock to talk about Lamela and his progress from running joke to game changer.
After a week of mixed emotions we are joined by stand up comedian and Edinburgh Fringe veteran Carl Donnely. We discuss Baldini the genius behind Lamela, losing to them, smashing the City and how Eric Dier isn’t a fluke. Windy takes a break from rubbing shoulders with the Manchester City hierarchy to drop knowledge, Alex loses something, inserting ourselves in random objects for glory, roller-blades, stools and office toilet politics. Squatters: Alex, Bardi, Carl and Flav
Will Colwell takes a look at everyone’s favourite Portuguese Englishman.
So much hope, so much expectancy then that team gets selected. Jakob Peck takes a look back at a frustrating game.
On the eve of Spurs v Arsenal in the Capital One Cup, Vass looks back at Tottenham’s memorable and not so memorable games against the scum.
Eric “defensive midfield anchor man” Dier was supposed to be a stopgap, but one month on he has become the standout force in Tottenham’s new look midfield, but what does the future hold for him?
Oscar Stephens-WIllis recounts breaking his 1882 cherry at White Hart Lane watching Spurs dispatch Qarabag,