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Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool to Face Tottenham Hotspur In Baltimore This July On US Tour

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will play against each other in a friendly this summer in Baltimore, it was announced this morning. The two classic Premier League clubs will play on July 28, 2012 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Kick-off … Continue reading

Find Out Who’s In the Premier League Team of the Season 2011-12

Posted on by Alex Muller

Out friends over at The Football Daily have thought long and hard this week about which 11 players deserve to be in the Premier League team of the season for 2011-12. The results from their number crunching and debates have … Continue reading

An Early Look at the Contenders for the Premier League Manager of the Season Award

Posted on by Scott Fulton

The Premier League Manager of the Season award is always a contentious one. Whilst usually dominated by the manager of the league champions, there are often several contenders. Overachievers competing for Europe? The newly promoted side comfortable in mid table? … Continue reading

Chelsea vs Tottenham: Blues Must Win, Spurs Mustn’t Lose

Posted on by Guest Author

The race for Champions League qualification is set for a number of twists and turns before third, fourth and fifth places are decided in the Premier League, with the fixture between Chelsea and Tottenham this weekend at Stamford Bridge massively … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Confirm Dates for 2012 US Summer Tour

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Tottenham Hotspur today officially announced their plans for the club’s summer 2012 tour of the United States. As we reported in January, Tottenham Hotspur will play New York Red Bulls on July 31, 2012 at the Red Bull Arena in … Continue reading

Greatest Premier League XI Of All Time: From 1992 to 2012

Posted on by Saikat Mandal

Since its inception in 1992/93, the English Premier League has gone from strength to strength, establishing it as one of the best leagues in the world. Many top players from all around the world have graced the league over the … Continue reading

Who Will Win the PFA Player of the Year Award?

Posted on by David Eykelestam

It is that time of year again. The ballot papers are being sent throughout the footballing hinterland for each of the innumerate PFA members to put an X next to the name of the standout player of 2011-12. The fact … Continue reading

What I Learned About Your Premier League Club This Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the 20 years that I’ve followed the Premier League, this season has been the most unique for me. In previous years, I watched the league with an unbiased lens, able to dish out criticism and laud players and teams … Continue reading

Pay Attention Liverpool and Spurs, It’s All Down to How You Finish

Posted on by Jack Tomczuk

Arsenal and Manchester United emerged as the big victors from the weekend not because of their superior attacking play, but because their forwards were clinical in front of goal. While Liverpool and Tottenham can claim to be unlucky, they only … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Supporters, Beware The Ides Of March

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

At this point of the season, Tottenham Hotspur sit firmly entrenched in the third spot of the Premier League.  They boast one of the best attacking squads led by Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Aaron Lennon while their defense has … Continue reading

Random Thoughts From Premier League Gameweek 26

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

1. Arsenal fans can exhale and begin chanting, “All is well”. Yes, the Gunners played much better Sunday, but this is still the same club that was routed at the San Siro recently so it is difficult to get a firm … Continue reading

Redknapp is Right for England, But is England Right for Redknapp?

Posted on by Martin Lindsay
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It’s been almost two weeks since the Football Association accepted the resignation of Fabio Capello as England manager. Yet they seem no further forward in their attempts to appoint his successor. Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp is still the unanimous … Continue reading

Mourinho and Guardiola Heading to England Would Take EPL to Next Level

Posted on by Roy Skillen

Two to three years, that’s the time that both Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger seem to have given themselves before they end their respective managerial careers. Although we have heard the “I am quitting” spiel from Sir Fergie a million … Continue reading

Spurs v Newcastle Preview: Premier League’s Top Two English Managers Meet At White Hart Lane

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

In a week where Alan Pardew has been linked with managing England, the Newcastle boss takes his side to Tottenham Hotspur as they aim to continue their odds-defying season. Following Fabio Capello’s resignation from the national set-up on Wednesday evening, … Continue reading

How to Solve the Issue of Too Many London Teams in the Premier League

Posted on by Noel S. Williams

I’ve spent too much of my 25 years in the States trying to convince Americans that there’s more to England than the great city of London. However, it’s quite likely there’ll be 6 London-based teams in the EPL next season. … Continue reading

Fabio Capello Resigns As England Manager

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fabio Capello has resigned as England manager. The fallout from The FA’s decision to remove John Terry’s England captaincy must certainly have been a key issue in the decision by the Italian to resign. The decision by Capello to resign … Continue reading

UPDATED: Tottenham Hotspur Planning 2012 U.S. Summer Tour, Says Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur is planning a three-city US tour this summer, says a report in Sports Business Journal. UPDATE: Tottenham is scheduled to play New York Red Bulls on July 31 or August 1, 2012 at Red Bull Arena, according to … Continue reading

4 Things Learned from Man City vs Spurs and Arsenal vs Man United

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

Two nil down to City, most teams would have bitten the dust and collapse, but Spurs showed an undying belief to fight back. This isn’t the Spurs team of years ago; this is Redknapp’s team, full of hard running and … Continue reading