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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

Where do the top 7 still need to strengthen before window closes. 12

Posted on August 28, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

With just a little over four days of this transfer window still remaining what do the top seven clubs still need to do to improve their squads? All of last seasons top seven will be hoping to improve and will be looking for players that they believe give them the best chance of  doing so. We at JTN did comment before the season got underway and you can see what we had to say then by following this link.  Having again read those comments though only a few games into the season in terms of league fixtures and cup competition it does look remarkably accurate so far.

It’s turned into a United and Liverpool lovefest. 6

Posted on July 30, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

The 2013/14 season was hugely significant for both Liverpool and Manchester United, the previous seasons champions lost their influential manager Alex Ferguson and his handpicked successor David Moyes was sacked before the season was over with the club out of the Champions League for the first time in the Premiership era. At the same time Liverpool managed to find themselves replacing United and at the same time making a decent fist of a tilt at the title. Things had to change at United who managed to find themselves languishing in seventh place

Tottenham steer clear of transfer window madness. 0

Posted on July 10, 2014 by Guest Writer

With the official transfer window well underway it seems that just about everybody is going crazy as transfer fees and wages spiral out of control still further. With the Premierleague having an abundance of extra cash following the approximate £50m additional windfall for each and every club arising from the new TV deal just about everybody is keen to spend the money and not always particularly wisely.

Liverpools hopes of top 4 heading south to Barcelona. 2

Posted on July 06, 2014 by Guest Writer

Though the media won’t yet admit it Liverpool only managed to jump so many places into 2nd off the back of one player and not only will he be unavailable for them until November but the deal to take him to Barcelona is all but done, of course once the deal has been confirmed FIFA will reduce his ban by a couple of months that will mean he will be available to play for his new club soon after the season starts, in fact it would not surprise me if the ban was limited to international matches only, but we digress.

As we watched half a dozen of the Liverpool first team struggle terribly in Brazil their two new buys even failed to displace their current players in the England team, another Southampton player that they seem intent on buying Lovren also struggled with Croatia and also left the tournament at the group stage.

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.

Reality check needed as AVB attracts more adverse reaction. 9

Posted on November 11, 2013 by Tony

Yesterdays defeat at home against Newcastle was not the result expected or needed as it offered Tottenham another opportunity to close the gap to the top and climb the table. The reaction in the media and from many so called Tottenham supporters does though seem particularly unfair, yesterdays performance was not one of the best but nor was it as dire as reporting and comment seems to suggest, a few players did not perform to their potential but can we really blame AVB or the players themselves as surely much credit should go to a good collective performance from every Newcastle player.

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 and City the big winners as United and Arsenal fans panic. 2

Posted on August 15, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

With less than three weeks left of the transfer window and a matter of a couple of days until the big kick off only Tottenham and Manchester City have significantly improved their squads of the top five of last season, Chelsea have made a couple of big signings but arguably neither will really displace existing players just yet.

City have spent the best part of £90m so far buying players to improve their midfield and offensive options and do not seem likely to stop just yet, defence is an area that their new coach has identified as needing improvement and they have the money to make it happen. Their squad has become deeper with more top quality additions ensuring they will be contenders for the title, the only negative might be the loss of Tevez.

Soldado set to challenge RVP for the Golden Boot. 12

Posted on August 11, 2013 by Guest Writer

Last season Robin Van Persie won the Golden Boot for the second consecutive season but was pushed every step of the way by Luis Suarez, who missed  some of the season due to suspension as he will do again having six games still remaining of his ban, a little further behind was Gareth Bale with a remarkable twenty one goals for a player used as only the second striker.

This summer Manchester City, Swansea and Tottenham have each gone out and purchased a new centre forward at great expense, Negredo has gone to City, Bony to Swansea and Soldado to Tottenham, all have quickly found their form and the net for their respective clubs and each of them looks set for a good season.

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