Guest Posts

13th February 2018

Football’s Rich Will Continue to Get Richer

Paris Saint-Germain smashed the world transfer record to sign Neymar from Barcelona in the summer of 2017. The French outfit also spent heavily to secure the signature of Kylian Mbappe from Monaco, although the transfer will not be made permanent until the end of the campaign. The moves have allowed Unai Emery’s men to regain their stranglehold of Ligue 1 after losing out on the crown last season to Monaco. PSG also eased through to the first knockout round of the Champions League. Their efforts were matched in England by Manchester City and Manchester United, while Chelsea and Liverpool also... Read more »

7th February 2018

Tottenham Face Crucial Period in History Regarding Kane Future

Harry Kane notched his 100th Premier League goal when he scored from the penalty spot to rescue a point against Liverpool at the death. The 24-year-old had missed from 12 yards just minutes before after he was felled in the box by Loris Karius. However, the second time around, he held his composure to reach the landmark in just 141 appearances for the club. It capped a good week for Tottenham following their 2-0 win over Manchester United at Wembley. Had Kane scored the first penalty, it may have been even better for Mauricio Pochettino’s men with victories over both United... Read more »

25th January 2018

Progress not perfection

Farewell Walker! And Rose too if he wants to go! I’ve followed the story of our fullbacks all summer like everyone else but I see it as a positive move. Cashing in on a great right back who rarely puts a decent ball in the box, when we have a great crosser to replace him seems like great business to me. Yes! I’m a believer in the ‘If they don’t want to play for us then we shouldn’t want them to play for us’ attitude. I’d take an 80% talent with 100% attitude over a 100% talent with an 80%... Read more »

24th January 2018

How many kits is too many kits?

We at Tottenham have come a long way; it really has been a mad journey since Martin Jol took us to fifth place in the 05/06 season. Players, multiple managers have come and gone but us fans have stayed the same. Battle-hardened Spurs fans have always bought the kits; whether they’re made by Kappa, Under Armour, Puma or Nike. I am now asking the question, how many kits is too many kits? I personally believe that Tottenham’s constant cycle of three new kits every year is getting beyond ridiculous. This comes after the announcement of our new purple camo third... Read more »

9th January 2018

A new aspiration to rule in Europe

I still remember the quarter finals in 2011. At that time, Tottenham went to Madrid with a team full of young talent. Among those, Modric and Bale were, without doubt, the stars of the Lilywhites. Unfortunately for them, the early goal scored by Adebayor and the red card showed to Peter Crouch were too many obstacles against a team managed by Mourinho. Even though Bale was close to scoring the equaliser, Real were clinical in front of Gomes, they ended the tie at the Bernabeu. Since then, Tottenham have never done anything worthwhile in a European competition. On the other... Read more »

3rd January 2018

Half Way Point, What Are We Going For This Football Season?

This is a question that Spurs fans inevitably ask themselves at this time of year as we mathematically ponder our chances of winning the league, yes, I know, there are some of us out there that still believe we can. But with the form of Man City not seeming to die down anytime soon, with injuries to their key players only just beginning to happen (Jesus and De Bruyne), it might be a case of too late for Spurs and any other Top Four side trying to catch up with them. We are therefore left with The UEFA Champions League... Read more »

3rd January 2018

Likely departures for the Premier League transfer window

The transfer window is just a few days away but clubs in the Premier League have already started to do some business. According to NetBet Sport, Liverpool announced late evening yesterday the arrival of Virgil Van Dijk. With rumours doing circles focusing more of who is likely to make the move to our temporary ‘White Hart Lane’, Wembley Stadium in January, we have compiled a list of who may be on the move away this winter. Toby Alderweireld One player, every Spurs fan wouldn’t want to leave is the giant Belgian international, Toby Alderweireld. Since his switch from the Vicente... Read more »