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Tottenham European exit reviewed. 4

Posted on March 21, 2014 by Eddie S

Let’s firstly clear one thing up, when Harry Kane burst into the box with the score at 2-1 in favour of Tottenham it was a penalty and not one of three officials close to the event had the guts or the conviction to reward Tottenham with the opportunity to at least to take the game into extra time. What had for most Tottenham supporters had been an excercise in damage limitation actually turned into a very acceptable performance from the entire team and though it is difficult and unfair to pick out individuals special credit must go to Sandro (the recipient of the award for worst Brazilian to appear in the Premiership from the esteemed journalist Adrian Durham) and Zeki Fryers who allowed very few opportunities to the opposition lauded last week as a class apart, Nabil Bentaleb, a player much maligned by us at JTN but responsible for driving the team forward, a couple of errors of judgement forgiven due to his inexperience and age. Then there was Nacer Chadli who helped himself to a couple of goals but contributed so much more over the entire game as an attacking and creative threat.

The case for the defensive midfielder proven. 1

Posted on February 13, 2014 by Scraggs

Less than a couple of weeks back Les Ferdinand was quite open in declaring that the defensive midfielder was likely to be a thing of the past and a dinosaur in the current Premiership era, especially while the current coaching partnership was in place, apparently himself, Sherwood and Chris Ramsey had all agreed that the position was not for Tottenham and an unnecessary evil. Many Tottenham supporters were a little concerned to hear such thoughts being openly admitted as one of their firm favourites is “The Beast” Sandro Raniere.

Perhaps Sherwood and Ferdinand saw the benefit of defensive midfielders tonight? 7

Posted on February 03, 2014 by Scraggs

Only last week Les Ferdinand, one of the Tottenham coaches went on record to voice his dislike of defensive midfielders, he was quite honest when he told the media that at Tottenham it is not just him though, the three first team coaches responsible for setting the team up and picking the side on match days all apparently have a total disregard for that type of player. The defensive midfielder were once referred to as the water carriers but in some teams absolutely have always been absolutely vital.

Players that have worn the Spurs shirt leading the singing. (videos) 1

Posted on February 02, 2014 by Scraggs

Over the years manySpurs players and ex-players have appeared on TV singing, many have been involved with the entire team along with Chas and Dave the most famous of all probably being “Ossies Dream”. Others have taken it a step further and released singles like the duo Hoddle and Waddle and then Gazza with “Fog on the Tyne”. One of our current players Sandro is always happy to post his work singing and playing the guitar and we can remember him leading the Brazilian squad on an impromptu sing-a- long during the Olympics a couple of years back.

Tottenham v Palace Review 12

Posted on January 12, 2014 by Tony

Tim Sherwood maintains his unbeaten run in the Premiership and with thirteen points from a possible fifteen some might think he he finds it all rather easy. The truth is that I doubt any of us really know just yet how successful or able he is or will become, the luck was with him yesterday as Palace tormented his team in the first half, missed a penalty and could quite easily have scored a couple more, the fact that he turned things around in the second half is hopefully testament to his ability to motivate the team and we move on to the next game.

Sandro and Kaboul to join Tottenham exodus to Italy. 3

Posted on November 18, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

As well as Moussa Dembele’s apparent rant about missing ¬†just two and a half games all season resulting in his desire to leave Tottenham at all costs in January, as well as the European giants of Aston Villa and Newcastle turning his head news has now reached us that Cardiff have made their position known and so the chances of Dembele remaining in the title challenge with Tottenham seem slim. How can Tottenham compete with the salary on offer at any of those three clubs who will dwarf his current salary of somewhere in the region of ¬£50k pw. Napoli are another looking to whisk him off to Italy and surely represent a more realistic option rather than the three Premier League clubs in question.

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.

Is it time to release the Beast? (video) 4

Posted on September 25, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Last season when Sandro went down in obvious agony during the away fixture at QPR not only did Tottenham lose two points with a goalless draw, which you could argue eventually cost 4th place, but they lost a leader and a player who had become synonymous with graft and a never say die attitude, he was warrior of a player who didn’t know the meaning of defeat and is clearly an important member of the group.

Do City and Spurs have the edge in midfield? 3

Posted on September 24, 2013 by Scraggs

Having watched a lot of football this season including all of Tottenham’s eight fixtures and a couple of Manchester City games, it seems to me that both clubs now have within their ranks the type of players that can overpower and bully the opposition almost to the point of submission.

Tottenham midfield is up to the challenge. 0

Posted on September 20, 2013 by Guest Writer

Southern softies, no fight, soft underbelly, how many times has the Tottenham team and in particular their midfield been referred to in such a way? Well no longer, AVB has not just one midfielder prepared to fight and battle but a squad full of players prepared to give their all for the cause.

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