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Tag Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

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

West Ham Fans To Get A Surprise

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When the final whistle went and those West Ham fans who’d spent most of Saturdays game against Chelsea abusing former old boys, Frank Lampard and John Terry, had disappeared to the pubs around and about, I bet they never thought … Continue reading

Will The Real Dimitar Berbatov Please Stand Up?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So the dust seems to be finally settling on the criticism about Berbatov’s mishit penalty on Sunday in the semi-final defeat against Everton. There’s no doubting it was a badly hit penalty, but it seems to have unpicked a scab … Continue reading

Bolton Wanderers Push For Two Tier Premiership

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well interesting news has appeared this morning as Bolton chairman, Phil Gartside’s has put forward a proposal to increase the Premiership to two leagues of 18 teams with 14 clubs from the Championship and Rangers and Celtic. The proposal is to be put before … Continue reading

Aaron Lennon: Potential Starting To Pay Dividends

Posted on by Michael Timbury

Since the turn of the year, Aaron Lennon has been in outstanding form. His club exploits have been rewarded with not just an international call up, but a place in the starting eleven in England’s last two matches, the latter … Continue reading

Whelan Warns Of Looming Financial Disaster

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Dave Whelan, the owner and chairman of Wigan Athletic has today been discussing his feelings that a Premiership club going bankrupt is only a matter of time due to the level of debts certain clubs are carrying. Whilst I think … Continue reading

Spurs End Hiddink Magic

Posted on by Jason Davis

Guus Hiddink and Chelsea saw the magic come to a deflating end against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, as a Luka Modric’s  strike in the 50th minute put a serious dent in the West London club’s title chances.  After the improvement … Continue reading

Can Manchester City Win The UEFA CUP?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Could Manchester City finally put their 33 year major trophy drought to bed this season by winning the UEFA Cup this season? Why not, what  with Ajax crashing out last night at the hands of Marseille and Zenit St Petersburg … Continue reading

Time For Aaron Lennon To Show Consistency

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Anyone who’s caught Tottenham in action recently will not fail to have been impressed by Aaron Lennon’s recent form on the right hand side of Spurs’ midfield. For me, it’ll be a major surprise if he’s not in Fabio Capello’s … Continue reading

Stewart Downing: The Enigma

Posted on by Michael Timbury

I’ve wondered for a long time what it is that managers see in Stewart Downing, particularly England managers. Since his first call up in February 2005, Downing has been pretty much been a regular in the England squad, but why? … Continue reading

Player to Watch: Savio Nsereko & Other Thoughts

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It seemed like a whirlwind footballing weekend. We got confirmation that Arsenal and Liverpool are in a freefall, while Chelsea still has a long way to go if they have any hopes of closing the gap with Man United. And … Continue reading

Poll: Who Will Win The 2009 Carling Cup?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It feels too early to be having a cup final, but this Sunday Manchester United will take on Tottenham Hotspur in the Carling Cup Final at Wembley. There’s good news and bad news for United. Bad news, Rafael da Silva … Continue reading

The UEFA Cup: What Is The Point?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

The question I am posing is looking purely at what the UEFA Cup means to clubs from the English Premier League. Judging by recent participants and how they have fared, it appears to feature very low on most Premiership clubs’ … 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

Hull City To Go Down?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

Can anyone remember the last time Hull City won a Premier League game? December 6th at home to Middlesbrough was the last time. Since then, they have been very much in freefall.  When Hull first arrived in the Premiership, they … Continue reading

Carling Offer Fans More Personal Cup Final

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So the countdown to this years Carling Cup Final enters the final week of tension as Tottenham fans nervously await Sundays final, whilst Manchester United’s supporters will be as calm as anything. This year though, Carling have decided to give up 32 … Continue reading

Questions For Harry Harris, Author of New Spurs Book

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the most famous English football tabloid journalists, Harry Harris, will be the next guest on the EPL Talk Podcast, the only Premier League interview show on the Internet. Harris is the author of a brand new Tottenham Hotspur … Continue reading