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18th April 2017

The New Spurs

The Tottenham of old was a team which would always come close to winning a major accolade only to fall down at the last hurdle. This all has changed under Pochettino and now the Spurs are one of the scariest football units in the country and Chelsea should rightly be scared. Comparing this new Tottenham side to the teams managed by Harry Redknapp, Juande Ramos, Andre Villas Boas, Tim Sherwood or Martin Jol is like comparing Bet365 new user bonus codes to their competitors’ laughable bonus offers. In this article we will try to list the changes that have happened... Read more »

17th April 2017

Who Should Definitely Start in the FA Cup Semi-Final?

The FA Cup semi-final is coming closer with each passing day and Spurs’ fans are starting to feel the excitement that an FA Cup London derby brings. Many of them compare the excitement of this occasion to getting access to an amazing casino promotional code. Mauricio Pochettino and his players will no doubt feel the same, and FA Cup matches always have that magic about them even without the added allure of the fierce London rivalry. In addition, Tottenham’s current form further adds to the excitement of the match, as the Spurs seem capable of beating anyone these days. But... Read more »

12th April 2017

Have Chelsea left the door open for Spurs?

For all intensive purposes, the title race was meant to be over before it even begun, with the ever-growing resignation that Chelsea had run away with it producing a sense of déjà vu for us after failing to catch Leicester last season. However, while we may have started to lose faith in tasting Premier League glory for the first time since 1961, Mauricio and his team clearly believe that the title is still up for grabs and are doing everything in their power to bridge the gap at the top. You could understand if any fans believe that the currently... Read more »

30th March 2017

London derbies – an enjoyable affair?

Our London derbies have never been something I’ve looked forward to when the fixtures are announced. Not for the lack of points over the last 25 years but for the feelings that overcome us in the preamble, ninety minutes and often the aftermath. Chelsea can often be a brutal occasion, being outplayed, outwitted and in the past offering nothing more than a self deprecating whimper. Arsenal are well… enough said. On the whole it’s agreed that Pochettino has transformed many aspects of this club. A playing style that translates effortlessly from the senior starting eleven to our youth’s substitute bench.... Read more »

28th March 2017

Tottenham Strength of Schedule

As we enter the business end of the season Tottenham are nine points clear of Arsenal and fans are once again beginning to dream of finally finishing as the campaign as the top dog in north London. It has not happened in 21 years and there have been a number of near misses, but something feels different this time. Arsenal are in disarray, and even without Harry Kane it surely has to be Tottenham’s time to earn bragging rights. Arsenal have lost their last two games in a row to slip out of the top four, while Spurs are second... Read more »

28th March 2017

Glorious Failure?

We have a new stadium to look forward to and most important of all; Spurs are playing some great football. So, what could possibly go wrong?