Some of the best Spurs writers pen their thoughts on all things Lilywhite.
The twitter spat recently had some reactions thinking that this campaign would change the whole outlook of the club
The recent #BackPoch hashtag has only made it worse, entrenching both camps even deeper in their views
Kane’s prolific goal-scoring rate and interminable capacity to pick out the bottom corner of the goal has rarely been in question, even by his harshest of critics
What is clear is that Pochettino and Spurs need a trademark style in the way Pep Guardiola’s City - quick-passing ‘tiki-taka’ - and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool - lightning play, particularly on the wings - do.
Harking back to the days when reading about Spurs was something to be savoured.
Highlights of Issue #5
- Anthony Lombardi on the what makes a Tottenham goalkeeper great
- Aaron Wolfe finds that the individuals are not as important as the team
- Zino Citium relives Ossie’s trip to Wembley
- Spooky finds an unlikely saviour in Michael Carrick
- Will Colwell asks why only some players become greats of the Lane
- Textured rough touch "natural feel" on thick paper
- Full colour throughout (unless it was our choice not to)
- Positive and thought-provoking no matter how we're playing
- Evergreen – content is written in a way that means it stays relevant