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14th April 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Bargain Hunt — Why Championship Talent Could See Spurs Advance

With the stadium posing restrictions on what we can spend this Summer, could the Championship provide all the quality we need to challenge for the title next season. Josh Bolton writes

2nd April 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Questioning Pochettino

For the first time in years, Pochettino’s position at Spurs can be questioned, because he set the rules on how to judge him 

28th March 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Vincent Janssen’s last shot at redemption

Despite being among our worst ever signings, Vincent Janssen has a chance in to salvage a scrap of credibility in the remaining part of the season. Josh Bolton brilliantly writes.

28th March 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Why I don’t want top four

Vincent Bill is crazy. He doesn't want to qualify for the Champions League through league position, because the alternative is so much more poetic

13th March 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Where have the goals gone?

Is Christian Eriksen to blame for our lack of goals in recent games, and with it our slump in form? Paul Maslin writes.

7th March 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Lucas Moura – The Waiting Game

Like all of the recent successes that have come before him, Lucas Moura's ascendence to becoming a permanent first eleven fixture is a matter of patience, writes Josh Bolton

18th February 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Why Marcus Edwards will come good…

With Marcus Edwards carving out some impressive form in the Netherlands, Ben Fieldhouse has seen enough to suggest that 'little Messi' has a role to play at Tottenham

15th February 2019 | Blog, Never Mind The B*llocks

Tottenham’s form is nothing to do with luck

When Harry Kane and Dele Alli got injured, and Son got on a plane for the Asian Games, everyman and his dog thought Tottenham would slip away. We knew better. Gianni Magliocco writes.