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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.

Time for Townsend entrance, stage left. 1

Posted on February 06, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

Andros Townsend will be most remembered for his performances last year for QPR, Tottenham and England operating on the right hand side of midfield, he was given his Tottenham opportunity at the beginning of the season because of an early injury to Aaron Lennon and followed that up with an England call up as a result of the usual injuries to Theo Walcott. It is fair to say that Townsend took his chances with both hands and cemented his place in both teams and though his form in the Tottenham team was electric he failed to turn his ascendancy over almost every fullback into goals and assists, though few doubted his worth to the team it became obvious that he still needed to be more productive.

Tottenham close in on Benteke. 11

Posted on November 20, 2013 by Eddie S

No it’s not true but it is as laughable as the endless reports that Dembele is close to switching to Aston Villa or Newcastle this January. We are talking about the Tottenham edition of Moussa Dembele  and not the 17 yr old at Fulham player here, a player that Tottenham purchased on the cheap at a cost of £15m a little ove fourteen months ago, a player who has been a mainstay in the team ever since and who has featured in all but two of Tottenham’s fixtures this season and started in the vast majority.

Do Tottenham really miss these players? 6

Posted on September 16, 2013 by Scraggs

There are some that won’t let the Modric and Bale transfer dealings go away even though the team coped admirably without Modric last season and seem to be doing quite nicely without Bale so far this. Last season Tottenham managed to record their highest points total in the clubs Premier League history leading to a stellar season from Bale and ultimately his exit as a result of his form. Even now, or at least up until the Christian Eriksen show on Saturday, many reports written had fixated on the lack of a creative spark that a player like Luka Modric brought to the team and others the missing goals following Bales exit. spursThis particular picture has been doing the rounds of late, no doubt to wind up Tottenham supporters, whilst every fan of the club would rather both players had stayed at the time it wasn’t to be and we are left asking the question, should Levy have dug his heels in?

With Two South Americans in midfield again the trophies will flow once more. 2

Posted on July 05, 2013 by Tony

I can remember the last time Tottenham lined up with a pair of South American midfielders, on that occasion they were newly crowned World Champions and hailed from Argentina, no football supporter will need reminding of the excitement the signing of Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa brought to Tottenham. I was there for their first league game, an away fixture at Nottingham Forest and shall never forget the amount of travelling support on the day, truly impressive. A couple of  back to back FA Cups followed as well as a UEFA cup win but even though the team threatened on a couple of occasions to even win the title or more silverware, three triumphs and three trophies was still impressive and left the supporters ecstatic. I was at Wembley for the ’81 replay and the dramatic UEFA Cup triumph and can still remember every special moment.

Paulinho set for Tottenham as cloud of doubt clears. 0

Posted on June 24, 2013 by Scraggs

‘I feel I am ready to experience football at the highest level in Europe and the opportunity to play in England is a dream,’ said the midfielder, who is set to become one of the Premier League’s brightest stars.

‘It’s a great pleasure to be linked to such a great club like Tottenham. ‘They have a reputation as one of the great clubs in England who play exciting, attacking football which suits my style.

‘I couldn’t turn them down once they made me an offer. It would be a great pleasure to play for Tottenham.’

At last, Dembele says what we want to hear, it will be a title challenge next season. 0

Posted on May 22, 2013 by Tony

Why skirt around the issue when you can say it like it really is, Moussa Dembele has confirmed that once the squad settled and became used to the requirements and tactics of AVB the team were every bit as good as the teams that finished ahead of them, even taking four points from the champions, United.

Moussa admits that there is the need to add a bit more quality to the squad and expects it to happen, he is also quite blunt and truthful in declaring that the team may have taken some of the fixtures against so called lesser opposition a little to much for granted, clearly it will not happen again and the squad has grown to appreciate what is required each and every time they step on the pitch.

Should Tottenham risk Dembele today? 0

Posted on May 04, 2013 by Tony

By all accounts Mousa Dembele  trained yesterday and is apparently ready to resume duties in central midfield. Obviously today’s fixture is a must win if Tottenham wish to put pressure on the two other London clubs blocking their route into the Champions League, but with the game in hand due to be played against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge come Wednesday any sort of doubt surrounding his fitness should result in him remaining on the bench against Southampton.

Dembele remains key player for Tottenham. 0

Posted on March 04, 2013 by Tony

Moussa Dembele celebrated his first game in a Tottenham shirt as a second half substitute against Norwich, his impact was instant as he scored an excellent goal from the edge of the box, last week he scored his second goal in the 90th minute against Lyon to secure progression to the next round of the Europa Cup and again it was a stunning effort from outside the box.

Dembele could be better for Tottenham than Modric. 0

Posted on September 17, 2012 by Scraggs

Luka Modric has gone now and as much as we all enjoyed his time at Tottenham and the quality of his performances it is time to move on.After the sale of Modric Tottenham were quick to buy Moussa Dembele from Fulham for less than half the amount made from his sale to Madrid, not as a like for like replacement but as a central midfielder nonetheless.

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