After moving to Australia, Paul Fellowes discovered a whole new way of supporting the team we love. With an impending return trip to the Lane, he asks the question... Am I a "tourist"?
With Vertonghen injured, Fraser Bernstein reviews the City game and wonders if Kevin Wimmer has what it takes to fill the gap.
John Payne wants it all. No half measures, no resting, no shuffling. Seize each moment, seize each opportunity. To dare is to do.
Ritch Groves had fallen out of love with Spurs, the off-field antics and sacking of Martin Jol had finally broken him, then one day in a League Cup match, a local lad stepped up. Ryan Mason, the serial loanee reminded Ritch what it was to love Spurs. From that moment on, he had his Tottenham back.
The Chelsea game was the final big test in an extremely satisfying festive period. Fraser Bernstein wonders how far we can go with a full-strength team.
As we end the year on the brink of the top 4, Nathan from Talking Tottenham Tactics thinks we should be looking a little higher.
Norwegian Spur eanN17 returns to look at the post Man United fallout and discuss what happens next.
Adam Powley reviews A People's History of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. A book of significant importance to understanding why we are who we are.