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It’s been 17years and they’re getting worse. 6

Posted on September 17, 2014 by Guest Writer

I don’t like to recall it too often but I can remember the day when Arsenal led in the Champions League final with a matter of minutes remaining and I can remember feeling envious of them. It was a good few years later before we experienced the glory of playing in the competition and as we know we made the country proud and lit up the competition all the way to the quarter finals. Tonight we saw the return of Liverpool to the competition against massive underdogs and by all accounts put in a poor performance and literally snatched a result in the last seconds. I can’t comment any more than that as I haven’t yet seen that game but

Barcelona transfer ban farce. 0

Posted on August 20, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

FIFA imposed a 14 month ban on Barcelona preventing them from buying players in April 2014, the reason for the ban is hardly relevant because the club have still managed to find a way around it by appealing aand for the authorities taking until today to consider the case and upholding the decision, of course in the meantime Barcelona have gone on a spending spree and spent more than any other club bringing in several new additions. The madness of the situation doesn’t simply end there

D-day approaches for Luis”it tastes like chicken”Suarez. 13

Posted on August 07, 2014 by Guest Writer

We should know in a little over 24 hours the result  of the appeal by Luis Suatez to his total ban from football for 4 months for biting yet another opponent. Of course it seems pretty obvious to y now what the result will be, the World Cup is over for another 4 years and FIFA have bigger fish to fry as they have to deal with yet more corruption charges. The entire situation is surreal at the moment, Suarez is a Barcelona player in all but official announcement but that is probably planned for sometime soon. 

Is it time Manchester United set their sights lower? 19

Posted on August 06, 2014 by Guest Writer

Since the confirmed appointment of Louis Van Gaal as the the head coach of Manchester United the club have been linked to just about every star player on the planet but up until now it’s just self confessed fatty Luke Shaw and the Spaniard Ander Herrera, who has yet to even be called up to the Spanish squad, that have been signed at a combined fee of over £60m with each earning a large weekly fortune. As the coach of the Netherland team during the World Cup it was expected that he would add to the Dutch contingent at Old Trafford but so far the likes of Robben, Blind and a few others haven’t seemed to keen on what they see at Manchesters second club.

FA Cup predictions. 0

Posted on February 16, 2014 by Eddie S

Another week and yet another disastrous set of predictions, it doesn’t seem to matter what the competition at the moment, results and performances are incredibly difficult to get right and to be fair I was in the company of most other “experts”. It seemed that only the City v Chelsea tie was in dispute and most pundits probably went with their bias rather than anything else. So it’s on to today’s games and once again there will likely be a surprise.

FA Cup predictions (Saturday) 0

Posted on February 15, 2014 by Eddie S

With a weeks break before we restart Premiership action all over again we are left with the FA Cup to mull over this weekend and there are some tasty fixtures to consider. Provided all the teams participate fully and do not roll over and treat the competition as a distraction then this weekend could throw up some very interesting results and some problems for teams that have bigger fish to fry.

Players that have worn the Spurs shirt leading the singing. (videos) 1

Posted on February 02, 2014 by Scraggs

Over the years manySpurs players and ex-players have appeared on TV singing, many have been involved with the entire team along with Chas and Dave the most famous of all probably being “Ossies Dream”. Others have taken it a step further and released singles like the duo Hoddle and Waddle and then Gazza with “Fog on the Tyne”. One of our current players Sandro is always happy to post his work singing and playing the guitar and we can remember him leading the Brazilian squad on an impromptu sing-a- long during the Olympics a couple of years back.

Ballon d’Or football’s equivalent of the Eurovision song contest. 2

Posted on January 14, 2014 by Guest Writer

Congratulations go to Cristiano Ronaldo who finished ahead of Lionel Messi for the first time in 5 years to win the prestigious Ballon d’Or award, it might be somewhat surprising that he overcame Messi on this occasion considering the records that were broken by the Argentian for Barcelona and because Ronaldo’s team Real Madrid actually achieved nothing and won nothing, beaten to the title by Barcelona and the Copa del Rey by Atletico Madrid. Perhaps the biggest shock was that Franck ribery who actually picked up the domestic title and cup also ensured a clean sweep with victory in the Champions League.

Townsend cements his England place at the expense of Walcott. 16

Posted on October 16, 2013 by Tony

In just two outings in vitally important World cup qualifying fixtures Andros Townsend has almost ended any speculation at to whether he will go to Brazil next summer and for that matter who will take up the position on the right of midfield. Theo Walcott has seemed to be around for an eternity and yet is still only 24 yrs of age, he has somehow managed to rack up thirty-six England caps and has five goals to his name which included a hat-trick of course, he has had to fend off the likes of Aaron Lennon, Adam Johnson and James Milner but had somehow managed to become a regular starter under Roy Hodgson, that has now all changed with the introduction of Townsend and he faces yet another challenge for his position.

England lifted by new generation. 3

Posted on October 16, 2013 by Scraggs

For so long now the English media and retired professionals have led the public to believe that there was little hope for the national side, they have drummed into us all the point that that there are few players out there able to replace the ageing stars of so many other fruitless campaigns in the World Cup and European Championship. We have forever been informed that experience of Champions League football and years of top Premiership football is essential to make it in the England team and then along came Andros Townsend to ram those words down their throats. Townsend played in just twelve Premiership games for QPR last season and six for Tottenham this season so far, over the course of the past few years he has been involved at some point in just eleven Europa League games but because of injuries to Theo Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain and even Aaron Lennon and for no other reason, Roy Hodgson took a chance on including Townsend in his England squad and because of what he produced in training actually chose him for duty in two vital games, how he has been rewarded with the player producing two outstanding performances and more than that, alongside Rooney, Sturridge and Welbeck helping to transform the team ethos into a fearless attacking side.

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