Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy Is The Problem at White Hart Lane
Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy Is The Problem at White Hart Lane

Not long ago I wrote a piece concerning the lack of spending at Tottenham by chairman Daniel Levy and owner Joe Lewis regarding the signing of new players. My conviction is stronger than ever that the problem with Tottenham Hotspur is with the current chairman Daniel Levy. I would like […]

Harry Redknapp vs the Europa League
Harry Redknapp vs the Europa League

September 15 was the kick-off for the group stage of the Europa League. The Europa League isn’t the most popular competition for some in the Premier League. Harry Redknapp isn’t thrilled to be in the Europa League. I think it’s very fair to say he doesn’t like it since he […]

Tottenham Hotspur’s Issue of Money
Tottenham Hotspur’s Issue of Money

Professional sports are a business and at the end of the day it’s all about one thing and that’s money. At times I believe some people don’t see a professional athletic club in the same light as a Microsoft or a Google. But of course they need money to survive. […]

The Resurrection of Jonathan Woodgate
The Resurrection of Jonathan Woodgate

Jonathan Woodgate was released from Tottenham Hotspur in June 2011 and found himself looking at an end to his athletic career. Upon his departure from White Hart Lane he had only played in four games in about two years. His downfall was an injury he sustained in Tottenham’s thrashing of […]

Why It’s Time For Tottenham Hotspur to Sell Luka Modric
Why It’s Time For Tottenham Hotspur to Sell Luka Modric

Despite Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp saying that Luka Modric is not for sale and picking him for Sunday’s squad against Manchester City, I still think Spurs should sell him. All summer we have endured the Luka Modric transfer saga. Modric has made it very clear that he wishes to leave […]

Tottenham Hotspur On Verge Of Signing Adebayor On Loan
Tottenham Hotspur On Verge Of Signing Adebayor On Loan

Daniel Levy and Harry Redknapp are on the verge of finally completing a new signing (omitting the free transfer of Brad Friedel) for Tottenham. Granted it’s only a loan signing but at least it represents some movement by the club to bring in new talent. During the summer all the […]

Why I’m Optimistic About Stoke City’s Chances This Season
Why I’m Optimistic About Stoke City’s Chances This Season

Now that the English Premier League season has begun, I have became interested in the movement around Stoke City, the club who often seem to be facing tough odds against top teams in the Premier League. I am not a Stoke City supporter but reading all the transfer deals that […]

Why It’s Time for ESPN to Say Goodbye to John Harkes
Why It’s Time for ESPN to Say Goodbye to John Harkes

Sporting events and commentary go in hand in hand with each other. How odd would it be to watch a soccer, football, and baseball or hockey game without someone offering analysis and play by play action of the game? As a fan of several sports I have been subjected to […]

Is the UEFA Europa League the Poor Cousin of the Champions League?
Is the UEFA Europa League the Poor Cousin of the Champions League?

Very shortly football leagues across Europe will begin the start of their regular season. Along with the return of regular football will be UEFA Champions and Europa League games. The excitement of the Champions League is greatly anticipated with the best clubs in Europe playing each other for the glory […]

Why Tottenham Needs to Sign Newcastle’s Joey Barton
Why Tottenham Needs to Sign Newcastle’s Joey Barton

Joey Barton, because of his Twitter comments and all the friction that has developed between Barton and the leadership of Newcastle United, has found himself on the transfer list and a free transfer as well. Despite stating his desire to stay at Newcastle at the end of the season and […]

Why MLS Needs a New Logo and More Creative Shirt Designs
Why MLS Needs a New Logo and More Creative Shirt Designs

I have been a soccer fan for many years. Since half of my family is English and lives in England, I have always been an England supporter and a supporter of Tottenham Hotspur (somewhat local team) and Reading (local team). A couple of years ago a friend suggested I should […]

Fernando Torres Saga at Chelsea Strikes Resemblance to Chris Sutton
Fernando Torres Saga at Chelsea Strikes Resemblance to Chris Sutton

During last January’s transfer window a great deal of focus was on big name players and the one that caught most of the attention of the media was Fernando Torres of Liverpool. Chelsea come along and broke the bank with an English transfer fee record of £50 million. However, at […]

English Premier League to the Rescue of American Soccer
English Premier League to the Rescue of American Soccer

Since the founding of Major League Soccer in 1993, American soccer has faced an uphill battle against a public that really does not embrace the sport. Facing the already established and popular sports: NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA, and car racing (mainly NASCAR), it’s been a tough sell. It was […]

Tottenham Hotspur’s Summer Transfer Conundrum
Tottenham Hotspur’s Summer Transfer Conundrum

With about two months left in the transfer market, Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp will need to show some life in making additional changes to the squad. So far there has not been much movement in the acquiring of new players. The lone player to arrive at White Hart Lane is […]