Articles

28th September 2017

Tottenham overcome Wembley “Voodoo” to see off Dortmund

Tottenham overcame their so called Wembley “Voodoo” as they brushed off Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund to record their first home win of the season. The Spurs now remain in 2nd spot for the last 16. Odds on this are 11/4 , if you’re into dissecting the season alongside the bookies this review might help. As you can see, even after having been dealt a tough draw, the team is faring really well. Harry Kane continued his typical September goal scoring antics with a goal in each half, a huge contribution to the promising start to their Champions League campaign . Tottenham opened up the... Read more »

25th September 2017

It’s all about choices

As Dele Alli contemplates his next move off the pitch, Fred Kavanagh believes its his talking on it that will take him to the next true level.

18th September 2017

Making a habit of coming up short

After another disappointing result in our temporary home, David Patten sees similar traits in the current squad as teams in the past.

14th September 2017

To be the best…

Is it possible for a player to be 'world class' at Spurs? Tom Mitchell argues against the notion that this title is only reserved for those at the elite clubs.

11th September 2017

The importance of being Spurs

Raphael Harris takes a look at what made a boy from Brazil fall for Tottenham.

29th August 2017

The Drum

Sam Marlow believes the drum sound that was played through the Wembley speakers is part of a wider issue regarding stadium atmosphere at teams up and down the country.

24th August 2017

Sustainable Spurs

Fred Kavanagh looks at Tottenham's spending and the financial decisions made by Pochettino and the board. Is it sensible, or is our sustainable spending unsustainable in the long run?

18th August 2017

Home is where the heart is

Sunday feels like a huge game for Waz David for a number of reasons. It's time to dream big in the next stage of our evolution.