As fans we long for silverware but is progression just as important? 78Spur from our forum wants a cup like the rest of us but the game has changed.
Does the FA Cup only matter to the fans? Is there any real magic left in a competition that is slave to the TV companies? Do we need it to validate our season? Vass Koni has a look at these questions.
We've come a long way. Time has changed us and time will change us again, so until then enjoy what we have. Paul Maslin makes his debut on the Fighting Cock.
It's the query that loudly follows us around social media after another excellent performance. Tom Hayward wonders if this is the question they should be asking though.
Watching the game with his baby son, K. McGarr watched Spurs provide the perfect introduction in less than 11 seconds but felt a bond that will last a lifetime.
Players often divide opinion but does Sissoko even do that anymore? Apart from our manager, I think most are as confused as Alex Milne are with what he brings to the team.
Missing his regular pre-match journey, Sam Marlow took a detour on the way to Wembley to some familiar stops.
It wasn't all smiles and fancy handshakes at the start of Son's Tottenham career. Alex Milne takes a look at a player currently enjoying his best form at the club.