Tag Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

Poll: Which EPL Team Do You Least Look Forward To Watching On TV?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Okay, admit it. Even though you thoroughly enjoy watching the Premier League, especially your favorite team each week, there are often times when you’re not too bothered about missing a match on television featuring teams that either don’t excite you … Continue reading

Panic Over Cudicini Motorbike Crash

Posted on by Paul Bestall

It seems that the Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper, Carlo Cudicini, has been involved in a serious crash this morning after hitting a car whilst riding his BMW motorbike. It’s been confirmed that Cudicini has fractured both wrists and sustained serious pelvic … Continue reading

Harry Redknapp Blazes A New Trail With Reserve League Rejection

Posted on by Adam Serrano

Recently, an article by ESPNSoccernet was brought to my attention by one of our faithful readers about the Reserve league in England. The Premier Reserve League is a valuable resource for clubs in the Premiership.  Each club in the Premier … 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

What A Difference A Year Makes At White Hart Lane

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With the season starting slightly earlier this year due to the World Cup, most teams in the Premiership have played 8 league games already. Last season, the 8th round of matches was played two weeks later, on the weekend of … Continue reading

EPL Talk Meets Patrick Barclay

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Patrick Barclay is one of Britain’s best known and respected football journalists. With a career of over 30 years working for a variety of publications and numerous appearances on television talking about the game, Patrick is always worthy of attention.Currently … Continue reading

Can Ledley King Keep Going?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The sight of Ledley King pulling up when Didier Drogba was running towards the Tottenham goal in Sunday’s London derby left me with a resigned feeling of deja vu. Even on one leg, a training regime of swimming twice a … Continue reading

Defoe Continues To Shine For Club And Country

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Jermain Defoe has had a fantastic start to the new season, with goals for England and Spurs; including his 50th for the club in the 2-1 win at West Ham. His hat trick and all round performance against Hull City … Continue reading

Premiership Promotion Preview No.3 Burnley

Posted on by Paul Bestall

OK, so if you’re expecting sarcasm and a general belittling of Burnley, then I suggest you look for another article somewhere else on the internet. There will be no mention of pets, the diet of Burnley’s population, nor its voting … Continue reading

Darren Bent’s Rant Goes A-Twitter

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

When I first heard of Twitter, I thought it was a dirty verb, like: “Get Twittered!” or “Go Twitter yourself!” (And maybe there’s still potential for that.) Turns out it’s a social networking website. And it has undeniably become the Next Big Net Thing. In … Continue reading

Why Does No-One Love Peter Crouch?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

How is it that an international striker with 16 goals in 34 games for his country and a Premiership strike rate of one goal in under every 3 games simply keeps being moved on? Now I could understand it if … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Face New Kit Backlash

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The build up had been going on for weeks, with the first teasers of the new kit advertised on the hoardings surrounding the pitch during Spurs’ final home League game against Manchester City. “Glory Comes In Three Colours” read the … Continue reading

The Most Promising Pre-Season Friendlies

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Oh, the Premier League off-season. So brief yet so cruel. One struggles to find ways to survive the addict’s withdrawal that comes with having no league matches every week. The FIFA Federations Cup and World Cup qualifiers have done their … Continue reading

Gareth Barry Proves He’s A Hypocrite

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When we had to put up with the on/off Gareth Barry transfer saga all last season, one of the key facts throughout the drama was that Barry wanted to play Champions League football. It was a purely football based decision … Continue reading

How Harry Redknapp Saved Tottenham Hotspur

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Remember how awful Tottenham were at the beginning of the season? Their fixtures and results page looked like a game of Duck, Duck, Goose only the ducks were losses and the goose was a draw. One squinted at the players … Continue reading

Time For The Other Big Four To Step Up Next Season

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With another season drawing to a close and the usual suspects in their normal places in the top four, isn’t it about time that the second level of teams finally pushed up to join them? With Everton once again in … Continue reading

Ledley King & Wilson Palacios: Two Very Different Footballers

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Too often, players will often blame off field problems for a lack of discipline, form or fitness, it becoming something of a Teflon shield to protect them from criticism off fans and players. It’s a catch all term to cover … Continue reading

New Stadium Fever?

Posted on by Christopher Walker

I was having a good look at Tottenham’s proposal for a new stadium overlapping their current plot at White Hart Lane last night and my brain started to tick. However difficult these proposals appear to be (and indeed I hope they go through) … Continue reading