Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

Watch World Soccer Radio Tonight, Live at 9pm ET: Tonight’s Topic: AVB Aftermath at Spurs [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Tonight, Nick Geber and Danny Page chat about the sacking of Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas, and where Spurs go from here. Plus, the duo tackle the situation at West Bromwich Albion, and whether the board of directors made the … Continue reading

Liverpool Revels Under Brendan Rodgers’ Blueprint; Sacked Andre Villas-Boas Should Take Note

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Identity is such an important concept in soccer. It’s formed by a variety of facets; from the badge, stadium, name, kit color and history. In the modern game, a key part of a team’s identity is the brand of soccer … Continue reading

Why Andre Villas-Boas Deserved More Time and Support As Tottenham Manager

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Perhaps it was the relationship between the tabloids and his predecessor Harry Redknapp. Maybe it was the fact he never played soccer at a professional level. Or maybe it was his attitude, but for whatever reason the knives were out … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Sack Manager Andre Villas-Boas

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Tottenham Hotspur have sacked manager Andre Villas-Boas with immediate effect. The club reports that: “The Club can announce that agreement has been reached with Head Coach, Andre Villas-Boas, for the termination of his services. The decision was by mutual consent … Continue reading

Napoli Prepare January Bids for Erik Lamela And Aleksandar Kolarov: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The clock is ticking down to the silly season, which is typically the summer transfer window. But in this case, it’s ticking down to the January transfer window where clubs are looking to make desperate moves (or to help cover … Continue reading

A Review of ‘Always Managing, the Harry Redknapp Autobiography’: An Enigma Who’s Always Puzzled

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Autobiographies always tell a story.  Just like the newest John Grisham lawyer drama, an autobiography is an attempt to weave a story out of common human experience and present the reader with a linear series of events meant to entertain … Continue reading

Tottenham Escape Penalty Decision While Baggies Robbed of Goal: Premier League Referee Decisions, Gameweek 15

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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There were significantly more controversial decisions this weekend, compared to last week, so here are my opinions on some of the key decisions. In Tottenham‘s 2-1 victory at the Stadium of Light, Spurs midfielder Sandro looked to have handled the ball … Continue reading

Tottenham Manager Andre Villas-Boas Lashes Out at Reporter During Press Conference [VIDEO]

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Andre Villas Boas went crazy lashed out during today’s press conference after Spurs 2-2 draw with Manchester United. Watch as he singles out a reporter (Neil Ashton of the Daily Mail, as well as Martin Samuel of the same paper) … Continue reading

Super Sunday Preview: Tottenham Versus Manchester United

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Only a single point separates Tottenham and Manchester United heading into their clash at White Hart Lane on Sunday. Both clubs are in the mix of Top Four competitors along with seven other teams. Spurs are currently in ninth place in … Continue reading

Can Emmanuel Adebayor and a Formation Change Reignite Spurs Attack?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Spurs have scored only six open play goals in twelve Premier League matches and while the side has feasted on European opposition in the Europa League something is badly wrong domestically. Andre Villas-Boas spoke after Sunday’s humiliating defeat against Manchester … Continue reading

Tottenham Given Boost By News That Christian Eriksen Injury Is Not As Bad As First Thought: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Tottenham Hotspur received a boost this morning when a MRI scan of Christian Eriksen’s ankles revealed that he has suffered a sprain of the lateral ankle ligament. Prior to the scan, there were concerns that Tottenham’s attacking midfielder could be … Continue reading

Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen ‘Out For Four to Six Weeks’: Nightly Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Tottenham Hotspur attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen was carried off the field during Denmark’s friendly today against Norway, and may be out of action for four to six weeks. According to Denmark national team manager Morten Olsen: “Let’s wait and see. … Continue reading

What Club Has Scored the Most Number of Goals in the Premier League In 2013? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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What club has scored the most number of goals in the Premier League during 2013 thus far? The answer may surprise you. Or, if you’re a Tottenham Hotspur supporter, the above graphic may be distressing despite the club’s lofty position … Continue reading

Watch the Gareth Bale Documentary, “Welsh Galactico”; Full-Length From ITV [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Last week, British TV network ITV premiered a brand-new documentary about Gareth Bale, entitled “Welsh Galactico.” The 45-minute documentary tells the story of how Gareth Bale, a boy from the Cardiff suburbs, became the world’s most expensive player. Narrated by … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur vs Sheriff Tiraspol, UEFA Europa League Gameweek 4 Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Tottenham Hotspur qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League tonight after a home victory versus FC Sheriff Tiraspol. If you missed the highlights, or you want to see the goals again, watch the video highlights before. Note, that … Continue reading

Tottenham Have A Fine Framework In Place To Build Towards A Promising Future

Posted on by Matt Jones
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There’s been a fair bit of criticism for Tottenham following their 0-0 draw with Everton. Second place was there for the taking for either side, but the two teams canceled each other out and a draw was ultimately a fair … Continue reading

In the Case of Hugo Lloris, Temporary Substitutes Can Prevent Playing Through Head Injuries

Posted on by Lee Bosch
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Controversy over concussions has taken flight recently over the collision between Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and Everton’s Romelu Lukaku on Sunday. Lloris, who suffered the injury in the 78th minute, continued through the nine added minutes for injury time and … Continue reading

The Experience Of Going to a Home Match at Everton’s Goodison Park: The Heart of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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I still get those butterflies when I wake up on a match day. I remember going to my first ever game about twenty years ago and being gripped with anticipation and excitement. That feeling has never changed as I’ve grown … Continue reading