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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.

Premier league predictions (Sunday) 2

Posted on February 09, 2014 by Eddie S

First up it’s Tottenham against Everton in the 1-30pm kick off, not quite a six pointer just yet but both clubs will want some sort of result. Tottenham with home advantage will be hoping to finally improve their form at White Hart Lane, on their travels their record stands up to scrutiny with the best but they have lost far too many points at the Lane.  Everton visit off the back of a hard fought victory against Villa following a beating by Liverpool, only their third defeat in the league all season. Martinez will set them up to be hard to beat  hoping to pinch a goal and all three points and they are very capable of doing so.

I don’t envy AVB his team selections. 9

Posted on October 24, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Andre Villas-Boas has at his disposal a squad of approximately twenty-six players this season, they have been assembled by Tottenham at great expense and come with a combined market value of way over a quarter of a billion pounds and are paid between them somewhere in the region of ninety million pounds in wages every year and increasing. AVB himself picks up a decent wage but with that huge income comes immense pressure as he has to manage the ambitions of the club, the players, himself, his staff and every single Tottenham supporter worldwide.

Tottenham and Liverpool to shake up top four. 0

Posted on September 02, 2013 by Eddie S

There does seem to be an element of panic setting in with many of last seasons top four and Champions League qualifiers beginning to consider their positions might not be so secure with both Tottenham and Liverpool really pushing the boat out and investing in a challenge.

Liverpool have maintained their hundred percent record with another 1-0 victory, this time over Manchester United and are still investing in the team and the squad with two defenders having already signed in the past 24hours at a combined fee of £25m, considering that they are yet to concede a goal, this is real statement of intent together with their stand on Luis Suarez, who looks likely to stay unless Madrid come along with another £50m. Victor Moses is rumoured to be on his way on loan from Chelsea which is a little strange as surely after their start they should be considered their rivals.

Tottenham on the brink, which way will they go? 3

Posted on July 28, 2013 by Tony

Daniel Levy joined Tottenham in 2001 following it’s purchase by ENIC and Joe Lewis, since then he has been trying to manipulate the club back to it’s former glory. It has been a long and painful progression at times all the while fighting the odds  and the exceptional buying power of United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool. At times Tottenham were close to overcoming those odds with hard work, luck and great scouting but whenever they came close teams came along and relieved them of their best players, Sol Campbell, Michael Carrick, Dimitar Berbatov, Luka Modric and Robbie Keane amongst them. On each and every occasion it meant a small step back and the need to start over.

Will Tottenham take advantage of managerial merry go round. 0

Posted on June 06, 2013 by Guest Writer

With four of the top six clubs in England changing manager/coach this summer, a couple enforced and a couple because of dissatisfaction, it is hoped that Tottenham might take some sort of advantage from their own relative calmness leading up to the start of the season ( Gareth Bale/ Real Madrid fiasco apart ). Only ourselves and fourth placed Arsenal have managed to ensure a bit of stability which could be beneficial in the early stages at least.

Beware Tottenham,Arsenal strike first and break the bank on prolific striker. 3

Posted on May 21, 2013 by Scraggs

Well all you Arsenal supporters expected some big name signings to enable you to try and remain that 1 point ahead of Tottenham and it seems that you have managed to beat a number of Italian, German and French second division teams to the signing of Yaya Sanogo for a fee expected to be in the region of £150,000. That leaves another £69,850,000 of your war chest to go and at this rate you will have a squad of about 300 players to choose from next season, still tiredness will not be a problem but rotation might present Wenger with a few tricky moments.

Arsenal supporters set to cheer on Tottenham. 0

Posted on March 04, 2013 by Tony

As things stand Arsenal staff, players and supporters are distraught following yesterdays result, try as they might to convince themselves otherwise they will in due course realise that they were in fact a well beaten side.

Once they have collected themselves they will see that all is not yet lost, as things stand Chelsea are their nearest target to secure Champions League football being just 5 points ahead of them. Chelsea are hardly sweeping all before them as they are as inconsistent as Arsenal, and with Benitez at the helm and the general turmoil that exists at the club things could change quickly.

What do Tottenham, United, Swansea and Everton have in common? 0

Posted on February 14, 2013 by Guest Writer

Of the twenty teams currently in the Premier League I would suggest that only these four clubs sets of supporters are truly happy with their coaches. AVB after a slow start, which really was to be expected, has gone on to oversee some fantastic results for Tottenham, he is doing so by handling his squad admirably, by the use of rotation he has managed to forge a strong bond within the entire squad but more than that is finding better performance levels from so many of the players, and that includes Lennon, Defoe and Bale. Tottenham supporters were pretty much split over the decision to appoint AVB and sack Redknapp, so far it is proving to be an inspired decision.

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