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It’s time we gave Aaron Lennon the appreciation he deserves 32

Posted on October 15, 2014 by Scraggs

Until recently Aaron Lennon was one of the clubs vice captains but with the new coach comes a new broom and he has been overlooked in favour of Kaboul, Lloris and Adebayor, unfortunately it comes at a time when he is struggling to feature on a regular basis  though remains a go to player to call from the bench when work rate and defensive duties are required to hold back any opposition at the end of a game.

Villa v Tottenham Preview. 2

Posted on October 17, 2013 by Tony

At last the second international break of the season is over and for once it was not only a productive period for England but also for Tottenham, all but one of the players called up for international duty returned in the knowledge that their country had either qualified for Brazil or were in the final playoffs later in the year. An added bonus has obviously been Andros Townsend who returns to Tottenham’s ranks as a genuine player of international class and on such a high his performances can only improve, at least in the short term.

Soldado omission from Spain squad could be a blessing for Tottenham. 0

Posted on October 10, 2013 by Guest Writer

Roberto Soldado finally signed for Tottenham late into the transfer window partially because of ongoing negotiations with his club of the time Valencia and also in part due to his involvement in the Confederations Cup with Spain which meant a late return to training. He eventually joined Tottenham on the 5th August and less than two weeks later and after just one pre-season friendly he was to make his league debut scoring the only goal of the game as we all know. Another couple of weeks passed and he was off again with Spain for the next round of International fixtures and more time away from his new club.

How will theTottenham team look for Villa? 10

Posted on October 08, 2013 by Scraggs

After what had been a very satisfactory start to the season things started to to unravel slightly in the second half against Chelsea, Mourinho made the changes at half time that transformed procedings after a superb opening forty-five from Tottenham. The squad then travelled to Russia to take on Anzhi and they came away with what was a comfortable win after making eight changes, it turned out to be a better result than performance as the game was littered with errors and a distinct lack of goalscoring opportunities, to be fair we were happy to put that down to the state of the pitch which obviously contributed massively to a disjointed performance.

Is Andros Townsend the answer to England’s right midfield problem? 0

Posted on October 04, 2013 by Guest Writer

For what seems an eternity England have had a problem on the right side of midfield, coaches have been chopping and changing between Aaron Lennon, Adam Johnson, James Milner and Theo Walcott, why even David Bentley was once heralded as the successor to David Beckham. All have had their moments when they seem sure to cement their position in the team but sadly it rarely lasts.

Is it time to start Lamela? 2

Posted on September 30, 2013 by Tony

Andros Townsend has come into the Tottenham team this season and has produced some fantastic performances, he has had the edge over every fullback he has faced and played a major part in team performances, but there is a problem. Townsend has had more shots this season than any other player but has yet to score a league goal, his accuracy is not in question but it is fair to say that most efforts have been from outside the box. Considering how much possession he has had and with so much advantage over opposing defenders in five appearances and 390 minutes on the pitch he has only created 7 chances, not bad but perhaps more should be expected of him, take Aaron Lennon for example who with just a single appearance created 3 chances and each of them from the byline.

Is Lennon’s position at risk at Tottenham? 2

Posted on September 18, 2013 by Guest Writer

Even though the transfer window is now firmly shut until January it hasn’t stopped rumours flying about regarding a couple of Tottenham players. Lewis Holtby has been the subject of much speculation for more than a few days even though he has openly stated that he is happy to be a part of a big squad with immense quality and will fight for the right to play. Just why articles persist that Inter Milan are hoping to secure his services with a cheeky bid of £1m is beyond ridiculous, this is Tottenham and unless I missed something Daniel Levy still calls the shots and sets the price, £1m just doesn’t come anywhere near to cutting it.

Soldado will comfortably replace Bale goals. 2

Posted on August 26, 2013 by Tony

After just three games for his new club Roberto Soldado already has four goals to his name in a Tottenham shirt all in competitive fixtures, he has only trained with his new teammates for a matter of a couple of weeks and is already four goals ahead of Bale at the same stage of last season. Some will point to the fact that half have come from penalties but Gareth Bale has a record of one taken and one missed and he also had the benefit of taking every free kick even remotely within range last year.

Is AndrosTownsend now ahead of Aaron Lennon? 0

Posted on August 24, 2013 by Tony

Having watched the Espanyol and Crystal Palace fixtures which both featured Aaron Lennon in the starting line up it was noticeable that even though he regularly managed to do what he has always been superb at, going past his full back and reaching the by line, he was still rarely able to deliver the right pass at the crucial time, to be fair to him both games came at a time when some of the new players were not so in tune with their team mates and Lennon not aware of the movements of the new players.

Lennon returns but will he start? 0

Posted on April 24, 2013 by Scraggs

There is no doubt that Tottenham have missed the services of Aaron Lennon over the past few games but the balance of the team that finished the Manchester City game certainly looked very effective. The central three of Huddlestone, Holtby and Dembele combined everything needed for a good midfield, Holtby and Dembele bring pace and power and the ability to support the forward players quickly and Tom Huddlestone, whilst a little cumbersome at times, has immeasurable passing quality and the ability to prompt attacks from just about any position on the field of play.

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