This is The Fighting Cock. Flav, Spooky, Ricky, Thelonious, Bardi and Alex on the rotation. Windy dropping weekly yoof knowledge bombs. Engineer Al remotely editing and mixing our degenerate dissection of all things THFC. Occasional star guests included. Love the shirt.
Windy returns to fill us in on the young players going to Australia as part of the pre-season tour, as well as the new intake to the Under-18s. He answers your questions and waxes lyrical about Marcus Edwards.
A 25-minute bonus podcast to keep you occupied during these long summer weeks - don't say we never give you anything!
That's COYS for Come On You Spurs.
The Fighting Cock has worked closely with Memory Lane films to produce a documentary that pays homage to the glorious stadium that is White Hart Lane.
As the destruction of the current stadium has begun and the foundations of the new White Hart Lane manifest, Flav, Zoc and Martin Cloake recount some of their fonder memories of our great stadium.
This podcast goes into the hellish task of putting together the Memory Lane documentary, as well as describing what the stadium means to the supporters of Tottenham Hotspur.
See http://goo.gl/8YkabB for details of how you can watch the documentary in full by making a donation to the Exposure charity.
The Fighting Cock caught up with The Guardian, Benefoot and Four Four Two journalist, Priya Ramesh, to find out just how good Vincent Janssen is and what he will bring to Tottenham. Priya is the writer of the superb article about the dutch forward which has been doing the rounds this week.
We speak about how the move was reported in the press in the Netherlands, the reputation of our football club and our players over there. We talk about Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen. Priya also gave us her insight into Pochettino, rating him just below the the very top tier of managers in the world.
The Fighting Cock will return next week for a special about the Memory Lane stadium as demolition begins.
Six man pod this week. We kick off with an important message then devastation and sadness makes way for realism and taking the positives. Windy talks NextGen. We wonder about Bentaleb and Mason then consider expectations for next season, ending with a stunningly competitive Bardi's Brain Busters.
We'd like to thank you all for listening and hope you join us again for the next Tottenham adventure in August.
Bardi, Flav, Ricky, Spooky, Thelonious & Windy
Facebook Awards, Southampton reviewed, blind panic about recent form, Newcastle previewed with the backdrop of finishing above Woolwich. Windy talks loanees and youth. Pochettino's meeting with Alex Ferguson discussed, Bardi's Brain Busters makes a return. Points v League placings. How will we say goodbye to White Hart Lane?
Day Trippers: Alex From Bristol, Bardi, Flav and Thelonious
Windy returns to the fray. Relief and sadness about Dave. The Battle Of Stamford Bridge, Mason, Rivalry, Windy talks loanees, Stu from Ball Street drops in to speak about Dominic Ball and Mark Warburton. AVB v Poch, and tastebuds in bad places.
Ticket Inspectors: Flav, Thelonious and Windy
We are joined this week by the Iggy Pop bassist Ben Ellis, he tells us what's it like to find Spurs, see a massive chopper, tour the world and actually hang out with a legend other than Flav. We look back at the WBA result, talk about the future, punchy Dele Alli and we attempt to talk Alex down. Windy updates, Bardi's Quiz, Sock Council collaboration, Rock and roll football and a general positive vibe. Mostly.
Groupies: Alex from Bristol, Bardi, Ben Ellis and Flav
This week we're joined by FourFourTwo's James Maw & rapper Tony D. The destruction of Stoke detailed, racist orgies, dreaming of the title, WBA skimmed over, Windy talks youth and loanees, Maw shows his rhyming skillz, can we forgive all of Pochettino's misdemeanours? Who is our most improved player, and how are we coping with Spurs being brilliant.
Flav, Thelonious, James Maw & Tony D