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More media mischief making for Spurs. 0

Posted on January 10, 2016 by Guest Writer

Even before the season began the media began their misguided attempts to destabilise Tottenham with their captain and arguably the best keeper in the league supposedly certain to head off to Old Trafford. As we all know that failed to come to fruition and not just because United and Madrid acted like two bob outfits in failing to complete a last minute deal for De Gea.

Tottenham are starting to worry the “big 5” 6

Posted on November 07, 2015 by Scraggs

Not since the opening day of the season have Tottenham suffered a league defeat and even then all but the most biased Manchester United supporter would agree that a point or perhaps all three would not have flattered the youthful Tottenham team. Since then Mauricio Pochettino has overseen his team to five wins and five draws and performances that perhaps should have garnered even more points and a far higher league position.

Paul Merson, who we know is one of the most biased pundits, has very recently lauded the true North London club and only a couple of weeks back admitted that their performances deserved a higher position in the league.

And now your gonna believe us. 2

Posted on February 07, 2015 by Scraggs

No matter what happens during the remainder of this season there can surely no longer be any remaining doubts that Mauricio Pochettino and his staff were inspired appointments after the reign of Tim Sherwood. In less than six months he has turned form on it’s head and has transformed this group of Tottenham players into a mean, lean battling machine with the pace and stamina to upset any team, of course it’s no good without players of great technical ability, quality and class, luckily he has plenty of them in the squad.

What is Pochettino doing to our club? 3

Posted on January 15, 2015 by Scraggs

It’s already the middle of January and a time when the players and the fans  of Tottenham can begin to look forward to a break in proceedings, a time when they can all recharge their batteries ready for that final push in the hope that they might salvage something from the season, usually it is the hoped for top four spot, perhaps to finish above Arsenal for the first time in a long time, occasionally it might be some involvement in one cup that they have managed to survive in this far.

Pochettino, more than just a coach. The Starmaker. 0

Posted on January 02, 2015 by Random Spurs Supporter

I find it hard to believe that any Tottenham supporters had such serious doubts about the man Daniel Levy appointed as coach in the summer, almost from the moment he got his feet under the table at Southampton he began to transform a group of players that were at the time of his appointment on the south coast, struggling near the foot of the table. Southampton had some good players but were struggling at the wrong end of the table and had 19 points from 22 fixtures, he led a slight improvement with 19 points from the remaining 16 fixtures before leading the club to an impressive 8th the following season.

Pochettino should not be swayed by supporters demands. 0

Posted on November 02, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

There is a groundswell of opinion that Harry Kane should be starting for Tottenham on a more regular basis, the fans and the media have been banging on about it for some time off the back of a decent run of goals scored this season. It is fair to say that Kane is progressing well and is beginning to score all types of goals, powerful efforts off both feet, tap-ins and headers have all featured in recent weeks, we want and need goals to achieve our aims  this season but it is unfair to heap so much pressure on a 21 year old and a new coach to pick him.

Look at the goals and the teams that Kane has scored against and you will realise that they have, without exception, come against teams that would all struggle to live in the premiership and because of that Pochettino has to continue to carefully manage Kane and the games he is asked to feature in.

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.

Sentimentality holding Tottenham back! 0

Posted on September 05, 2014 by Eddie S

It is probably fair to say that a huge number of Tottenham supporters were disappointed with the clubs dealings in the recently ended transfer market, strange when you consider that they were soon moaning about too many signings during the summer of 2013. Even the fact that the six signings that were made were all sensible and to areas of the team where it was most needed once the window closed the knives came out for Levy and Baldini rather than Pochettino.

Performance-good, Result-good, whats not to like? 2

Posted on August 29, 2014 by Eddie S

With nine changes to the team that routed QPR it was only to be expected that it would take a while for the team to gel but eventually it did. The second half performance was completely dominating and impressive despite the game having effectively been over with Harry Kane effort in the first half. What was so impressive was the pressing and chasing down of the opposition, it was like a white swarm at times, if the opposition got on the front foot the speed with which they were closed down and Tottenham players got goal side was amazing and they kept it up until the final whistle.

90 minutes of Football Heaven at Tottenham 3

Posted on August 25, 2014 by Scraggs

We travelled to White Hart Lane yesterday knowing that a win by four clear goals would take us to the top of the league but we didn’t really believe it was possible. What followed was a performance from this Tottenham team that we didn’t dare dream was possible. We have seen some decent performances, thirty minutes or a half of fantastic football, while Tim Sherwood was in charge too many occasions when fight backs brought about good results and far, far too many occasions when we have spoken of a game of two halves.

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