The good, the bad and the ugly

Perhaps unexpectedly considering the poor performance in Monaco, Spurs began the Chelsea game positively, with energy and looked bright when Christian Eriksen’s opener gave them a deserved lead. What was widely agreed to be the best half of football played by Tottenham this season ultimately culminated in a Chelsea equaliser against the run of play…

Will Winks start the derby?

Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that he is considering starting 20-year-old midfielder Harry Winks in what would be his first Premier League start against Arsenal, one of the fiercest games on the footballing calendar. Pochettino has limited options in midfield heading into the fixture due to injury complications and Moussa Sissoko’s suspension and young holding midfielder…

Back into Reality

Following a tedious international break which left most if not all football fans yearning for the return of the Premier League, Spurs stumbled to a 1-1 draw with bogey team West Brom. Despite failing to win against the Midlands outfit last season, Spurs would have been confident heading into the fixture after the dominant 2-0…

3 talking points from Middlesbrough win

Spurs’ consolidation of their top four position in the Premier League was accomplished through South Korean attacker Son Heung-min who shone with two superbly taken goals against a Middlesbrough outfit lacking confidence in the aftermath of two straight defeats to Crystal Palace and Everton. Spurs were ebullient in the first period, full of energy, and…

The 5 Best Games of 15-16

Big victories, stunning goals, an end of season collapse; this season had it all from the perspective of a Spurs fan. Ignoring the last month of the season, which is hard to do considering it was Arsenal who moved above us, this season has been excellent and the best campaign Spurs fans have seen since…

Why this season was special (until May)

A frustrating end to the campaign dampened the mood and the celebration of what has been really a superb season for Spurs. A title race, high-scoring wins, the introduction of youth, English talent, the top goal scorer, a fantastic manager and further negotiations ensuring that the stadium is edging ever closer surely equals the best campaign Spurs have had since the days of Harry Redknapp.

Spurs v Arsenal for league?

Spurs are perhaps the bookies favourites to clinch the Premier League crown this season and, with Manchester City faltering, it looks to be a straight battle between the two North London clubs for league supremacy, although we mustn’t discount Leicester considering their league form and consistency this season.   Will the North London Derby determine…

Shall we dream?

Spurs stated a real sign of intent that they aren’t going to settle for the top four but charge for the title with a determined, aggressive and hard-fought victory over title rivals Manchester City at the Etihad where luck hasn’t always followed them. A spectacular season bursting with thrills and spills witnessed another on Sunday evening as Spurs maintained…