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How are the squads shaping up? 1

Posted on July 30, 2016 by Scraggs

Well we at JTN have enjoyed a nice long break and tried to avoid the farcical transfer merry-go-round as much as possible without getting too involved. As we all know the press and general media whip up a storm with often ridiculous rumour as clubs go about re-shaping their squads for the coming season and now we shall attempt to put our spin on the situation in relation to the probable top clubs which now, rightly, includes Leicester with Tottenham now firmly established in that group.

The Premier League contenders 2016/17. 0

Posted on May 30, 2016 by Scraggs

The 2015/16 season was absolutely nothing like many expected and whilst some argue that it was sub standard in quality it is mainly only those obsessed by huge transfer fees and wages, the opinion of the majority was that it was probably one of the best Premier League seasons ever with the hope and belief that the monopoly that has existed for far too long might just have been broken up for ever.

The top 7 after the window closes. 5

Posted on September 02, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

The transfer window has now closed and there will be mixed reaction from supporters up and down the country as to their clubs success or failure, here at JTN we have been making our own observations as to how the top 7 from last season have been faring along the process, now it’s over here is our assessment:-

Manchester United– Wow what can you say about their transfer business in this window but speaking as a Spurs supporter

Spurs news, Arsenal honour and Southampton demise. 0

Posted on July 28, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

After a successful tour Tottenham return home and will welcome their teammates back from World Cup wind down, the good news, as predicted by JTN a couple of weeks ago, is that Jan Vertonghen seems set to sign a new longterm contract and will probably vie with Hugo Lloris for the captains vacancy if as expected Michael Dawson departs. News of Tottenham transfer targets are diminishing rather than increasing though Pochettino seemed to imply that the club are seeking a couple of players to improve the squad. News about the injury to Chiriches and illnesses of Adebayor and Sandro have not been mentioned of late  but hopefully we shall know something this week.

There has been some interesting news of another honour bestowed upon our illustrious neighbours Arsenal

The 3 new premiership teams Arsenal, Liverpool and United. 0

Posted on July 02, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

We all know that the three teams promoted from the Championship last season were Leicester, Burnley and QPR and we all look forward to seeing how they fare and who they bring in to give them their best chance of survival. We know from yesterdays report that QPR have dispensed with about 15 players from last seasons squad though a great number of them were loans.They will all be active in the market and will hope to add the numbers and quality to enable them to compete in what is the most competitive league in football.
Last summer Tottenham received a massive windfall with a record sum being paid to them for Gareth Bale and they took the opportunity to fill their boots and buy seven new recruits, as we all now know it didn’t quite work out as planned and the severe upheaval had a detrimental effect on the club and performances to some extent, they had the players to take on and beat all but the top clubs and even Arsene Wenger put much of this down to the enormous number of new players and a lack of teamwork as a result.

Wenger talks up Sherwood credentials, I wonder why? 8

Posted on March 15, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

Over the past couple of seasons Tottenham have been too close for comfort to Arsenal in the chase for Champions League qualification, in fact each of the last two should have seen the trend change and Tottenham qualify at their expense. Because of this concerted challenge Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal board have come under increasing pressure though Tottenham’s recent demise has taken the pressure off as their fans seem to simply be happy to see Tottenham’s struggles.

Make or break month for Tim Sherwood 3

Posted on March 07, 2014 by Scraggs

Though I believe the decision has probably already been made to bring in a new high profile coach for the upcoming season and that Van Gaal is the preferred option, there must always remain the incentive for the current coaching team to win through, obviously the initial incentive was money with an eighteen month contract handed to Sherwood for a job likely to last just six months BUT the fact remains that if he can lead the club into the Champions League against all the odds then he deserves to lead the squad into the new season.

It’s time for Tottenham to step up. 0

Posted on March 04, 2014 by Guest Writer

Irrespective of the loss of Gareth Bale To Real Madrid all at Tottenham had high hopes for this season because of the investment made in quality players, though in hindsight there were probably too many acquisitions, nevertheless we should remember that we were only pipped for fourth spot by a single point last summer and with ten games still remaining we are just a solitary point worse off despite all the moans groans and apparent disasters that have befallen us.

Whatever happened to honesty and sportsmanship? 1

Posted on February 20, 2014 by Guest Writer

On Tuesday Manchester City took on one of the heavyweights of European football Barcelona hoping to show that they had finally arrived themselves as a European force to be reckoned with, though they put up a terrific show they failed to stamp their authority on the game even changing their gameplan to accommodate the opposition, no surprise there had it been the away fixture perhaps. Early in the second half City made a couple of fatal errors, firstly Navas their flying little winger having lost possession of the ball went to ground attempting to gain an advantage by winning a free kick, as their players hesitated Barcelona struck and though the initial contact with Messi might have been fractionally outside the penalty box it was a clear foul, a clear goalscoring opportunity and the referee had no option but show a red card irrespective of whether it was in or out of the box.

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.

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