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Is this the year that Spurs finally finish above Arsenal?

November 7, 2012

Year after year, Spurs fans waltz into a new season brimming with confidence that this year will finally be the one in which they finish above bitter rivals Arsenal. The annual day which Spurs can no longer finish above Arsenal is named ‘St Totteringham’s’ Day by Gooner fans. But is this the season in which […] […]

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Luka Modric Wants Manchester United Switch

February 21, 2012

Tottenham Hotspur’s efforts of hanging on to midfield star Luka Modric may all end in vain this summer, as the Croatian is reportedly glad at snubbing the chance to go to Chelsea, and in turn wants a move to Manchester United. Chelsea have been long term admirers of the midfield maestro, and the Blues lodged […] […]

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Adebayor will propel Tottenham above Arsenal for good

August 26, 2011

This summer, Tottenham Hotspur have shown Arsenal how it’s done when it comes to holding onto your best players. Spurs can look forward to enjoying Luka Modric’s services this season as well as Emmanuel Adebayor – clearly one of the best strikers in the Premier League. Where Wenger has remained defiant in the face of […] […]

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Spurs need a rethink

July 8, 2011

There appears to be a lingering feeling of calm before a transfer window storm at White Hart Lane at present. Whilst internet rumour, paper talk and the occasional inside information from so-called ‘sources’ on certain sports news channels appears to be the source of this tension amongst supporters, it would be naïve to think that […] […]

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Is Luka Modric happy with Europa football? Would you be?

June 19, 2011

It’s become the new ‘should he stay or should he go’, but with a few more toys thrown out of the pram this time round. With the threat of a points deduction after Chelseas illegal approach, will the talented Croatian stay at Spurs and see out his contract or will he move across the river? […] […]

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Frantic final day saw Premier League the real winner

May 27, 2011

Dramatic. Unpredictable. Captivating. The season concluded in exhilarating fashion at the weekend, epitomizing everything that is great about the English game. The day dubbed ‘Survival Sunday’ certified the Premier League as the world’s best, undeniably most competitive. An unprecedented five teams – separated by a single point, […]

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Spurs prove England should be awarded five Champions League places

March 10, 2011

Some leagues are given more Champions League places than others so that the competition can be made up of the best teams in the continent, some of which hail from the same country. That Tottenham, in fifth place in the Premier League, can deservedly beat the team that has led Serie A for much of […] […]

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Spurs and Stratford a perfect mix or recipie for disaster?

January 17, 2011

Tottenham’s proposed move to the Olympic Stadium in 2012 has been met with much controversy this week in the national media, with the majority of fans voicing their displeasure of any move to the Stratford based site. So ferocious was the reaction, that an estimated 500 fans organised a protest before Sunday’s Premiership showdown with […]

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North London Rivalry…

January 10, 2011

By Tony Alvarez & Laurie Fitzgerald Fair Play, Theo By Laurie Fitzgerald I know this probably isn’t normal for a Tottenham fan to start off something like this, but I thought I would start this piece by saying well done to an Arsenal player – and actually mean it! Theo Walcott’s admittance to diving to […] […]

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How Spurs closed the North London gap

November 22, 2010

Following Saturdays victory for Spurs in the North-London derby, I decided to look at how both parties have made there way to this potential nuance of oppression for Harry Redknapp’s men. Many would point to Redknapp’s loyalty to domestic origins, boasting nine Englishmen (excluding the injury-prone Jonathan Woodgate) in his 25-man squa […]

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Crocked Spurs defence in need of a revamp?

November 10, 2010

So it feels like three league defeats on the trot for Harry’s troops after a frustrating draw against a determined and gutsy Sunderland side, in a game that most Spurs fans would expect nothing but 3 points on the board for the Champions League debutants. So who or what is to blame for the recent […] […]

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One-dimensional Bale must improve…

November 8, 2010

…to be considered as a true great. If last week’s highly entertaining round of Champions League matches has taught us that Gareth Bale can now be considered as one of the most exciting players on the planet, it has also reminded us that pace comes and goes, and that the very finest players are those […] […]

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