Guest Posts

24th May 2017

Plenty in reserve

I want to go back to a point in the season when we managed three wins in a week…. with no Kane, no Dembele, no Dier and no Rose. A few years ago how confident would we have been that a trip to Middlesbrough without King, Keane, Modric and Bale would not have ended in anything other than defeat. Mauricio Pochettino started his Spurs career by improving the first eleven, it was apparent until last year he did not truly know who his first eleven was and from game to game we would wait at the Lane for the Twitter... Read more »

22nd May 2017

Five Players Tottenham Need to Sign to Finally Earn their Premier League Spurs

Perception is a funny old business. According to the inarticulate masses, Tottenham somehow ‘bottled’ their assault at the Premier League title for a second season in a row. The 0-1 defeat at West Ham was endemic of their lack of intestinal fortitude, apparently, and symptomatic of a team who will never fulfil their potential due to a lack of character. What hokum. Never mind that Chelsea’s final points tally of 93 would be good enough to win the Premier League crown for the past six seasons in a row, or that Spurs’ haul of 86 is the highest recorded by... Read more »

19th May 2017

Could Bitcoin Be Used In The New White Hart Lane?

Tottenham Hotspur are packing up their bags and boots over the last few games of the season and the fans are saying thank you and goodbye, in order to prepare themselves for a move to Wembley while their stadium undergoes a full extension and renovation. White Hart Lane may be no more as of the end of the season, but the new White Hart Lane could provide a whole new football experience for Spurs fans around the world. There’s nothing more exciting than a brand new stadium development and with the money Spurs are putting into the stadium, it’ll be... Read more »

12th May 2017

How Pochettino’s Tactical Prowess Has Transformed Spurs

At the age of just 45, Mauricio Pochettino is already one of world football’s most sought-after managers. He has taken Tottenham Hotspur to the next level since arriving in 2014 – their form between 2015 and 2017 is unrivalled in the Premier League and, despite not having a trophy to show for it, his reign in North London up to now has been an undoubted success. His first managerial role, at his beloved Espanyol, saw the Argentine save the Spanish outfit from relegation in his inaugural season, and he would go on to have two similarly successful years thereafter. Despite... Read more »

9th May 2017

Five Reasons Why Pochettino Has Been Such a Success at Tottenham

Whilst it’s now looking unlikely that they will win the title, Tottenham Hotspur have unquestionably enjoyed their most successful Premier League campaign ever in 2016/17. Their points tally of 77 is already a club record in the Premier League era, with three games still to play, and represents the third successive season of definitive progress made under manager Mauricio Pochettino. Why then, has the Argentinian been such a success at White Hart Lane? He’s Got Spurs Fighting Fit Ask any football pundit the secrets of Pochettino’s success at Spurs and one of the first things that they are bound to... Read more »

4th May 2017

Biggest obstacle for Spurs 2017-18 Title Challenge

Whatever happens between now and the end of this campaign, it seems reasonable to suggest that Mauricio Pochettino has assembled a side worthy of challenging for the Premier League title for seasons to come. Delle Alli and Harry Kane have continued to flourish and gain most of the media plaudits but Spurs fans can look at every position and see strong, quick and committed players playing at an intensity rarely matched elsewhere. The manager has shown great faith in his young players and they have rewarded him with consistently stunning performances which have led many neutrals to consider Spurs as... Read more »

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 »