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Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Redknapp vs the Europa League

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

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 … Continue reading

Giving Respect to the History of All 20 Premier League Clubs

Posted on by Double Pivot

The focus for a long time was on the “big four” of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Tottenham and Manchester City made enough inroads to turn that into the “Sky Six” temporarily. To be honest, most of the noise … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur’s Issue of Money

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

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 … Continue reading

The Resurrection of Jonathan Woodgate

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

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 … Continue reading

The Problem At White Hart Lane

Posted on by Double Pivot

There has been a lot made about the lack of transfer activity during the past three windows for Tottenham.  During two of them, they had the draw of the Champions League to lure in players, yet still didn’t pull the … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

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 … Continue reading

Emmanuel Adebayor Will Lead Tottenham Back to Champions League Football

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

Fact: The Spurs signing of Emmanuel Adebayor will lead Tottenham back to Champions League football. Adebayor provides a goal scoring presence in the middle that the Spurs have lacked the past two seasons. Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon will have … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Dealt Big Hand in New Stadium Pursuit

Posted on by Nelson Arblaster

Tottenham Hotspur won legal clearance on Wednesday to challenge a decision to hand the 2012 Olympic stadium to rivals West Ham United after the Games. The Premier League club had sought a judicial review after the Olympic Park Legacy Company … Continue reading

Adebayor Joins Tottenham Hotspur On Loan

Posted on by Alex Muller

Tottenham Hotspur have signed Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City on a season-long loan. In a brief statement from Tottenham, they confirmed that the former Manchester City, Arsenal and Real Madrid striker has joined the White Hart Lane side. There’s no … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur On Verge Of Signing Adebayor On Loan

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

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 … Continue reading

Tottenham Drives the First Stake into Hearts’ Europa Future with Brilliant Performance

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

Spurs traveled north into Scotland and paid Hearts a visit at Tynecastle in the qualifying round of the Europa League last week. Harry Redknapp has made no secret of his dislike of the Europa League mainly because of the scheduling … Continue reading

Luka Modric Goes On Strike

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

Papers are reporting that Tottenham Hotspur midfielder (and wandering soul) Luka Modric has “gone on strike” and told club manager Harry Redknapp that he has no intention of playing for the club again. He will not travel to Old Trafford … Continue reading

Paying Tribute to Robbie Keane’s Successful Career at Tottenham Hotspur

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

Former Aston Villa striker Juan Pablo Angel was traded yesterday from LA Galaxy to Chivas-USA in Major League Soccer to make way for the Galaxy’s new star signing Robbie Keane. As a result, the Tottenham striker has now joined LA … Continue reading

London’s Burning

Posted on by Alex Muller

Talk about bad timing. Zippo, the American lighter brand, chose this week to unveil their lighters that feature the crests of four of the Premier League’s biggest clubs. The irony is that in the same week that Zippo releases these, … Continue reading

Tottenham Against Everton Match Postponed Due to Safety Concerns

Posted on by Christopher Harris

UPDATE: The Premier League has announced that all matches this weekend are expected to go ahead except for Tottenham against Everton. Of course, this is subject to change based on what happens in England in the next 48 hours. “Acting … Continue reading

Why Tottenham Needs to Sign Newcastle’s Joey Barton

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

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 … Continue reading

Friedel, Gomes or Cudicini: Who Should Be Tottenham Hotspur’s Starting Goalkeeper

Posted on by Matthew Barnette

With the upcoming season just around the corner, Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp will have to decide who will be the starting goalkeeper for the Lilywhites. The current starting keeper Heurelho Gomes continues to have difficulty in goal, which has … Continue reading

Premier League Footballers Need to Take More Responsibility

Posted on by Jack Tomczuk

As we analyze the migration patterns of footballers this summer, we see a lack of responsibility.  Players are feeling the need to quit their current clubs and move on to where they can win trophies.  These same players refuse to … Continue reading