Sam Davies takes a critical look at our side and picks where are leaders are and where the future ones will come from.
Hello comrade, welcome to our podcast, we drive home the benefits of teamwork in our analysis of the wonderful late win against Swansea, a night in Tuscany. Windy kicks the truth, for the Spurs youth, Friday night football and TV money. A brief Newcastle preview, squad rotation and passing the Spurs torch to our offspring. Comrades: Rob White, Flav, Bardi & T. Love The Shirt
Harry Kane is more than just player, he is someone who represents us and binds the club to us. In an era where players are removed from the average fan, it is glorious to have one of our own leading the line.
Read why Stephen Puddicombe thinks the inverted winger is the future and why traditional wide men are on the way out.
Vass Koni has been watching Spurs a long time and there is very little he hasn’t seen but how do the modern Spurs brand compare to the club he grew up watching? Has the fun been sucked from the game?
In recent weeks we have seen many comments about how people no longer feel part of Spurs and how estranged the club has become from its community, but what happens if you make a stand and try and unite a broken area with football? Across the other side of the world in a poor part of Colombia, two men gave up their day jobs to do just that. Football isn’t more important than life, but it can, in its simplest form give a life to a family, individual and community.
Mark Sheehan, a Spurs fan and regular at White Hart Lane for over three decades, has fallen out of love with Spurs. Find out what broke him.