Losing to them always hurts. That will never change. But something felt different for Tim Fray after Saturday's game.
I wonder how many of us are glad that the international break is finally over. I sure am and I can’t stress how great it is to be able to watch Spurs squad go head to head against Dortmund in the Champions League tomorrow.
Back from living abroad, Hanik Kotecha is now a season ticket holder.at Wembley. Does he feel like more of a fan now?
Before tonight's big game vs Real Madrid, Vass takes a look at Spurs and just how far we've come under Mauricio Pochettino.
Is there any loyalty left in football? Is it realistic to expect players to stay? Sam Boroudjou asks these questions of our current crop.
Real Madrid. This is a European away day on another level. Paul Johnson recounts the journey as we fronted up to the Champions League holders.
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.
After another disappointing result in our temporary home, David Patten sees similar traits in the current squad as teams in the past.