Last year as the final whistle sounded on a disappointing season it felt good to get some space and hypothetically suggest not coming back, but here we are ready for more. Paul Johnson looks deep into his soul and tells us why Spurs matter to him and why he can't wait to get back to simply supporting the club he loves, top four or not.
The atmosphere at White Hart Lane has been a hot topic since AVB’s post Hull City comments. Since that Sunday evening, WHL has played host to two 1882 events and brought the movement and its ethos into the spotlight. However, mystery still surrounds the movement with some new to the premise confused and unaware of what it stands for. We are all Spurs fans, and therefore regardless of whether a person is affiliated with 1882 or not they deserve a voice. This week we received an email from a season ticket holder who has highlighted some fans primary concerns and a request... Read more »
Taking the long cold walk back across Bruce Park at the unusual & baffling early hour on a Sunday afternoon in my customary (but thankfully infrequent) post loss silence, I began to wonder what would I do differently if I wasn’t a non-playing, middle aged, opinionated know nothing football fan? Quite a lot it appeared I was brought up to believe that “football’s a very simple game” – I think it still is. The creeping doubt is that we have a manager determined to prove it isn’t. We have seen the tough and demanding task to not only trade in... Read more »
This is not an apology piece for the disappointing lack of courage, activity or balls demonstrated by Tottenham yesterday (or in the preceding 30 days) I am as frustrated, perplexed & baffled by the repeated lack of desire to speculate, to add that one extra player, the special ingredient that hopefully makes achieving our aim of CL qualification more likely But what do I really know about the restrictions, limitations or business pressures & opportunities at the Club? Just as much as the next bloke actually – “Sweet Fanny Adams” as my mother would have said. We shouldn’t forget the... Read more »