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29th December 2011

Spurs moment of 2011

By Triple Sea (Triple_sea) So Christmas is done. All in all a good few days relaxing, much great food and the joy of witnessing scenes of a sexual nature from Spurs at Norwich. As I rolled into the office (too many mince pies) yesterday I wondered what would get me through these two irritating days at work. Could it be that the office MILF is in too and finally willing to act out the thoughts in my head, could the IT security settings have taken a Christmas break leaving me to surf the internet freely or could I simply get... Read more »

28th December 2011

Special Player

By Sibs (SibsTHFC) January is almost here and we find ourselves sitting pretty at 3rd in the table. I’m sure that we all would have taken this position back in August when we found ourselves 5-1 down to Manchester City at White Hart Lane. The run since those first two games has been phenomenal and it has certainly put the cat amongst the pigeons at the top of the table. If it stays this way two of Arsenal, Chelsea or Liverpool (again) could miss out on Champions League football. The BIG Four looks like a piece of history. If we’re... Read more »

22nd December 2011

Why I hate Chelsea

By Wobbly_Desk In just a few hours’ time I’ll be out of work and on my way to the Lane. I can’t wait. Some of my best memories of watching Spurs at the Lane come from this fixture, probably because it stirs up the sort of hatred in me that can only be replicated when Le Scum visit our Mecca of football. I wasn’t at last year’s fixture, instead watching the game in a pub in Camden with Thelonious Filth, behind a couple of Chelsea fans who perfectly summed up the way I see the majority of their fans –... Read more »

22nd December 2011

Why we must play with 2 strikers

By drwinston001 (drwinston001) When you get half way through this and believe it’s anti-vdV propaganda keep reading because it’s not at all. In November last year I wrote about a theory that Rafael van der Vaart’s inclusion in our team was actually detrimental to it. Strange as that may sound because of his form, particularly in front of goal, and his all round performances that’s what I believed at the time. Don’t get me wrong, I loved watching the guy play. From the first time I saw him run his heart out on his debut at the Hawthorns, clearly lacking... Read more »

19th December 2011

Look up not down

By thedutchman (@jimboholland) I’m going to start this with a confession. I wanted Arsenal to score at the end of the game against City. In fact, I wouldn’t have minded had they won. Why? Because, simply put this is the best Spurs team I’ve ever seen (supporter since that wonderful April day in ’91) and I don’t think we’ll ever have a better chance of winning this league. I know we might get stronger as a team over the coming years if we nail Champions League football consistently but more to the point is that our rivals in the top... Read more »

19th December 2011

There is a Light that Never Goes Out

By Mike Stevenson (mikeinparma) I think I am finally able to express into words what has been whirring around in my head for a while now regarding our Tottenham Hotspur. You know that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you meet a fit girl and you can’t help but smile all day? That’s the generally how I’ve felt for Spurs this season. It’s been on a completely different level to my loving admiration of the last few seasons. A real source of pride over what I’ve watched us build through thick and thin has consumed me.... Read more »

13th December 2011

The Fighting Cock Opus – The Past, Present, and Future

By TrickyCOYS (TrickyChurchill) Throughout the Premier League era, Tottenham Hotspur has been a club renowned for disappointing (and it is important to remember that football began in 1992 when Sky Sports began). In results, player purchases, and league positions, it was only in the past few years that their fortunes began to change, admittedly with the notable blip of ‘2 points in 8 games’ under Juandé Ramos. Being the first team with promise to break the Sky monopoly, sorry, the ‘Big Four’, ensured that Spurs were rocketed into the national spotlight. Their sole appearance in the Champions League was ground... Read more »

12th December 2011

Don’t Panic!

By Sibs (SibsTHFC) Played: 14 Won: 10 Drawn: 1 Lost: 3 Today was not a good day at the office. Poor start in the first half, followed by dominance, failing to put away a couple of clear chances and some highly suspect refereeing decisions, including two clear penalties and a goal ruled out for offside when it wasn’t. It is a shame that the run had to come to an end at Stoke… Stoke of all places, but these things will happen. Despite Flav’s optimism, this wont be the last time we lose this season. However, there is still loads... Read more »