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Support the team chosen and that includes Adebayor. 2

Posted on January 18, 2015 by Guest Writer

I have to say that I felt more than a little embarrassed by some of our own supporters reaction to the introduction of Emmanuel Adebayor at about the hour mark of yesterdays game, to boo and react as they did to one of our own players irrespective of what has gone on before is to my mind disgraceful. We all know the stories written about Adebayor most of which are probably miles from the truth, unfortunately we have seen with our own eyes that on occasions he can be infuriating and appear dis-interested.

Which Tottenham captain will lead the team tomorrow? 0

Posted on September 17, 2014 by Scraggs

With Younes Kaboul newly established as club captain and with two able deputies in Hugo Lloris and Emanuel Adebayor also appointed it must surely be expected that at least one of them will be handed the armband for tomorrows opening fixture in Europe. With such a huge and powerful squad to call upon Mauricio Pochettino will undoubtedly take the opportunity to rotate his squad, some players need to be saved for upcoming fixtures while others need minutes to reach match fitness.

Another terrible transfer window beckons for Tottenham. 7

Posted on July 14, 2014 by Guest Writer

If you take any news about Tottenham seriously then other than the new contract signed by Hugo Lloris keeping at the club until the next transfer window is just about as good as it gets. Pick up any newspaper or read any Tottenham associated article and there always seems to be a problem, even the governmental decision that should allow the club to proceed with the new stadium com with a “but”, but the decision made is still subject to appeal. Everyday the situation relating to Tottenham seems to be manipulated

Sherwood backs Soldado to kick on but will drop him for next game! 0

Posted on March 03, 2014 by Scraggs

Yesterday Roberto Soldado scored a superb strikers goal to take all three points in the fixture against Cardiff, the relief when he scored was incredibly obvious as he held his head in his hands thankful that his personal hell was finally over. It had been his first goal in nine frustrating games but he took his chance superbly and showed just what he is capable of. to be fair to the tottenham support they have rarely wavered in their support of the spanish striker and they were just as pleased as him and all the players who all rallied around him to enjoy his moment, adebayor being the leader of the moment calling the players around, a nice touch from a player considered to be extremely self centered.

Tottenham show up-eventually. 0

Posted on February 27, 2014 by Scraggs

Through to the next round in true Tottenham fashion, make the task impossible before going for it. Tim Sherwood chose an adventurous set up  and yet for more than fifty minutes though there was almost total control there was as usual very little cutting edge. Christian eriksen was our most dangerous attacker for the majority of the first half though Soldado and Adebayor worked extremely hard.

Dembele looked at home in the centre of the pitch with his old partner Sandro, “The Beast ” returned sporting a colourful beard but put in his usual solid performance, in a 4 4 2 formation surely that partnership has proven itself to be extremely formidable. Special mentions for Zeki Fryers and Naughton who both put in strong performances.

Sherwood finds better balance as Spurs turn on style. 3

Posted on February 13, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

Tim Sherwood made three changes to the team that faced Everton although two were apparently enforced by injury to Danny Rose and Christian Eriksen, nevertheless the changes made all seemed to work well,  the extra pace of Younes Kaboul alongside Jan Vertonghen, switching Aaron Lennon to the left to give extra support to Kyle Naughton who was brought into the side in place of  Rose, most encouraging of all was the introduction of Etienne Capoue who really made a point with an exceptional contribution.

Spurs post match review. 0

Posted on February 10, 2014 by Guest Writer

Tottenham’s performance on Sunday could hardly be described as exciting, flowing, confident or convincing but most importantly it was a winning performance and the challenge for a Champions League place goes on. Most would agree that the three of Chelsea, Arsenal and City are safe in the race for a top four position, though Harry Redknapp’s suggestion that Arsenal might yet falter might not be so far fetched judging from their performance this weekend, if accurate then the final spot would seem to be between ourselves, Liverpool, Everton and United.

Adebayor’s team for Sunday. 2

Posted on February 08, 2014 by Guest Writer

As in the day of Harry Redknapp so Adebayor is similarly happy with current coach Tim Sherwood with the common denominator being that he is chosen for the team no matter what. Now there are times when his usefulness to the team is obvious and evident but with news of the details of the row he himself perpetrated with AVB, which he has now decided to reveal, comes concern.

Spurs v Hull review and why Bentaleb needs protecting 4

Posted on February 01, 2014 by Guest Writer

What should have been a golden opportunity to take another three points and keep the pressure on the teams, particularly Liverpool, ahead of them. Sherwood saw it as a point gained but as was the case at the beginning of the season a game filled with possession and little penetration, three shots on target despite dominating the majority of the game and especially large chunks of the second half. Yesterday’s was an extremely disjointed performance with disjointed performances all over the pitch.

Tottenham go level with Champions elect Liverpool. 11

Posted on January 19, 2014 by Scraggs

Tottenham went to Swansea today and after a slow start eventually gained control, turned the screw and won the game quite comfortably. Having now drawn level with one of the teams that many have been tipping to pinch the title, Liverpool, Tottenham have now managed to win five of the six games since AVB was sacked following that home mauling from them, the goal difference has at last been turned into a positive and still some of their best players have to return from injury.

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