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.

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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…

Can we do it?

Yes we can! Spurs moved up into second place in the Premier League after overcoming a tricky test in Watford who defended resolutely for most of the game. Spurs haven’t finished in the top two of the Premier League ever and haven’t accomplished the feat in England’s top tier since 1963 and this win over…

Crystal Palace 1-3 Tottenham

Dele Alli’s wonder goal has snatched the headlines of newspapers globally but it was the whole team’s performance that Pochettino wanted to praise after the final whistle. Palace took a surprise lead through Jan Vertonghen’s unfortunate own-goal, it was the London club’s first goal in 500 or so minutes. Nacer Chadli’s cross to Kane gave…

Political Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino has, yet again, reassured us that he is a world-class manager by the methods in which he has managed the club’s politics to get the best out of his team, ensure they collaborate and play with pride, passion and desire. Spurs are no longer seen as ‘soft-bellied’ underneath but a hardworking, tireless unit,…