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11th June 2018

Pochettino turns his back on Real Madrid – for now

Spurs fans can breathe a sigh of relief following recent speculation that Mauricio Pochettino could be moving to take over the vacant managers job at Real Madrid. The position at the Santiago Bernabéu was freed up after the recent shock resignation of Zinedine Zidane. It came just hours after Real Madrid had secured their third successive Champions League success. Mauricio Pochettino was one of the names put forward immediately, as a potential replacement for the Frenchman. However, according to an article in the Mail Online, Pochettino was quick to turn down what the paper described as an offer to all intents and... Read more »

5th June 2018

Chelsea Away: How a Historic Win Made Me Believe

There are a few things you can always count on in the English Premier League. A manager will be sacked before Boxing Day. An underdog team will put a good run together and make people think they could go places, before eventually dropping off. Arsene Wenger will get another extension at Woolwich. And Chelsea will beat Spurs at Stamford Bridge. It’s foolish, really, to think it’ll ever be different. The richest league of the richest sport in the world, much like the English class system itself the Premier League abhors a social climber. Only once a generation–Blackburn Rovers in 1995,... Read more »

4th June 2018

Zlatan Ibrahimovic does exactly what you can’t do in football!

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has always had a flair for the dramatic. He’s a footballer and a person who doesn’t believe in doing anything by halves. Not only will you see the Swedish forward scoring amazing bicycle kicks, he also has the ability to find the back of the net from 30 yards out! The player can be seen consistently referring to himself in third person! What more, he’s even compared himself multiple times to King Kong, Benjamin Button and Jesus Christ! English are a big fan of his game, and so do millions of football fans in many countries. So no... Read more »

29th May 2018

What are the risks Poch is talking about?

In many ways the debate about silverware, whether Spurs need to reach another level, Levy’s wage structure, or even if we are doomed to become another Arsenal, perpetually disappointed at a spanking new ground, just ended. Because Poch said so. His post-game comments after the Leicester game told us, the world, the players, the media, and certainly Daniel Levy and Joe Lewis “This is our moment. If the game is about glory, well glory this. We need to take big risks in order to win trophies”. He laid the proper ambition of the club squarely at the Chairman’s feet and... Read more »

26th May 2018

Tottenham need more from Pochettino

So here we go. A semi-final defeat and now all the, usually tiresome, talk of a lack of winning mentality at Spurs. Over the last four years we, as fans, have embarked on an unexpected, long awaited, transformation into a club that is finally able to compete with the big boys. Now, we all know that this hasn’t just happened over the last four years out of nowhere. We emerged from the dark ages of the nineties and early 2000’s to a team that threatened to get back to where it belonged. We first started to see glimmers with Martin... Read more »

16th May 2018

Spurs come from behind to beat Leicester 5-4, seal third place in Premier League

Tottenham bid goodbye to the Wembley Stadium in style as they came from behind and beat the Leicester City in an exciting final day Premier League match, with a 5-4 score line. Spurs will return to their renovated White Hart Lane Stadium starting next season. Braces from both Eric Lamela and Harry Kane, and an own goal from Christian Fuchs helped them edge past Leicester City and seal third place on the table. A lot of money exchanged hands in the betting market too, as people thronged betting sites to back their favourite team and players. Harry Kane misses Golden... Read more »

13th May 2018

Champions League Football Secure

You could be forgiven for thinking that the nerves had crept in and had the potential to derail Spurs’ Champions League qualification hopes at the final hurdle this season, especially after a run of form which had seen them only win one game out of their last four, with two defeats. Spurs will begin life in their new home next season and securing Champions League football was an integral part of the plan, but everyone can breathe a sign of relief as they are now guaranteed a top four finish. Mauricio Pochettino’s men managed to edge out Newcastle United at... Read more »

7th May 2018

Pochettino says Spurs poor finishing skills to blame for loss to West Brom

As per Mauricio Pochettino, it was the Spurs’ poor finishing skills that need to be blamed for their shock 1-0 defeat to West Brom recently at The Hawthorns. Many people were expecting Tottenham to score an easy victory in this match and had heavily backed Spurs in the betting markets. With World Cup round the corner, a great multitude of punters are getting into the mood for World Cup betting and are availing the best of the World Cup tips on the Internet. The increased betting interest has also had an impact on the EPL betting. Wasted chances While Harry... Read more »