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Tag Archives: spurs

With Adam Lallana Possibly On His Way, What Will A Pochettino Tottenham Team Look Like?

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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Now that Mauricio Pochettino has officially become Tottenham manager, the work to mold a team begins. Much has been made of the swashbuckling style of Southampton’s play under the Argentine coach. And Spurs fans will be expecting to see a … Continue reading

5 Things Mauricio Pochettino Needs To Do At Tottenham

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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And so the Tottenham managerial merry go round picks up another passenger. This time the man taken for a spin will be Mauricio Pochettino, the highly rated manager of last season’s surprise package Southampton, who has agreed to a five-year … Continue reading

Whitecaps Looking Up for 2012

Posted on by Robert Hay

The Vancouver Whitecaps’ first season in MLS ended as so many other “expansion” teams’ season have ended in U.S. leagues throughout the years: basement and struggling to build for the future.*  After the near immediate success of recent MLS additions … Continue reading

EPL Fantasy League Tips – Gameweek 15

Posted on by Stuart Webb

Well this season is just getting harder and harder to predict. Having just absorbed last week’s action Game Week 15 is here and no doubt will throw up plenty more surprises. The Premier League weekend kicks off Saturday lunchtime at … Continue reading

Arsenal 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur: Spotlight Match Review

Posted on by Earl Reed

The latest renewal of the North London Derby was held at Emirates Stadium between bitter rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. A 17 year drought for Spurs at Arsenal set the stage for an intriguing comeback that saw the race for … Continue reading

Fantasy League Tips Gameweek 11

Posted on by Stuart Webb

Phew!! Well what can I say? If it hadn’t been for the antics of Nani and the reliable consistency of Charlie Adam, last week’s effort would have been disastrous. This could end up being a cryptic tips column where doing … Continue reading

United at Old Trafford: Lucky, Good, or Something Else?

Posted on by Phillip Badger
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Full disclosure: I’m a Spurs fan.  Have been for round about six years, which just so happens to be just before the last time Mark Clattenburg took charge of a Manchester United v Spurs fixture at Old Trafford.  For any … Continue reading

Transfer Deadline Day Still Gives Us No Clues

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Here in the U.K, Sky Sports News have been trailing Transfer Deadline day for two weeks. For many viewers, the strained excitement of the presenters trying to display uncontrollable excitement over minor transfer dealings is something of a running joke. … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Premier League Kits 2010-11: Photos

Posted on by Phillip Badger

Here is a preview photo of the new Tottenham Hotspur kits which will be worn in the Premier League this upcoming season.  The sponsor here, Autonomy, is an enterprise software company based in the UK.  However, in a departure for … Continue reading

Tottenham Star Admits to Being Premier League Mercenary

Posted on by Jake Islas

In a recent interview with The Guardian, Tottenham Hotspur star Benoit Assou-Ekotto has proven himself to be a very honest man. If you read the interview, Assou-Ekotto talks about how football is a job for him, not a passion. That … Continue reading

Man United v Spurs: Why Change a Winning Side?

Posted on by Phillip Badger

That’s the question I was asking as soon as the team news came out and we saw Harry Redknapp had moved Benoit Assou-Ekotto from left back to right back; Gareth Bale from left midfield to left back, and Luka Modric … Continue reading

Top 4 Anti-Bias

Posted on by Phillip Badger

When I first started watching English football as a Yank six years ago, I was drawn to the best clubs and star players, like anyone would be.  But then I quickly realized that being a fan of one of the … Continue reading

Cesc Fabregas Claims the Armband

Posted on by Richard Zervakos

Every summer sees rampant speculation that Barcelona will finally pull Cesc Fabregas away from Arsenal.  In the lead up to Saturday’s North London Derby, even former Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor once again fueled rumors by saying that if Arsenal fail to … Continue reading

Man United: The Empire Strikes Back

Posted on by Arjun Talwar

Liverpool winning 3-1 away at the KC stadium. Surely, no-one expected anything less if not anything more. The reigning champions level again for the umpteenth time, their leaky defence ensuring that the goal difference keeps them behind Liverpool in second … Continue reading

Gazzas Good

Posted on by Ross Gallacher

This Sunday, Paul Gascoigne appeared on Match of the Day 2 as a pundit/guest. This was part of a triumvirate of televisual appearances. One in which perhaps we have seen a refreshing look a man we have all been seriously … Continue reading

Man United and Spurs Fans Prepare For A Face Off

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Here are some of my favorite football stories from the day that you may have missed: “Your Chants To Help Charity” (Man United Official Website). In addition to Carling allowing fans to create their own banners for the pitch-side advertising … Continue reading

Tottenham Keeper Gomes Denies Man United

Posted on by James Harris

Heurelho Gomes has grabbed his share of the headlines this season mostly for reasons that I am sure he and Spurs fans alike would rather not relive.  In the first 3 months of the season it seemed a match week did not go … Continue reading