Good morning, people of Earth. First and foremost, just splendid to hear that young Fabrice Muamba’s condition has improved significantly over the last 48 hours. As Owen Coyle quite rightly insisted, it’s still very much early days for the 23-year old midfielder, but hugely encouraging nonetheless. The bright green shoots of recovery: “It is… Read more »
Daily Archives: Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Spurs FA Cup 6th Round match against Bolton Wanderers has been re-arranged for Tuesday, 27th March, 2012 with a kick-off time of 7.30pm. The game is to be televised live on ESPN. It has been confirmed that the FA Cup 6th Round tie between Tottenham and Bolton Wanderers will be played at White Hart Lane… Read more »
I’m going to be honest, guys. This game doesn’t feel real. It doesn’t feel like there’s a game today. But there is a game today, and it’s a big one. It’s a real competitive fixture in the Premier League against a decent team. They’re not good away at home, but they’re good at our weakness… Read more »
Tottenham’s FA Cup tie against Bolton still on; date for replay set According to a release from the Spurs website, which I’m going to count as a verifiable source since news tends to make it up there once every single person and their grandma knows of it.
Stoke, under the lights. I’m sure once I get to N17, walk down the Seven Sisters, have a beer or two and take my standing place in the Park Lane Lower I’ll find myself edging back towards the necessity of us acquiring all three points. I remain fairly detached still from the pressures of finishing… Read more »
Someone is going to say it every single day until Fabrice Muamba can participate in training with a football team, but football is not as important as Fabrice Muamba’s health. However, we now know that Muamba is getting closer to being healthy every day and that, even if he can’t play professional football again (and… Read more »
There are some matches we all dread. Tops of that list is when Tottenham Hotspur play Stoke City. We spend an entire season doing our best to avoid watching them play because we don’t hate ourselves, but twice a year we have to play them. Our eyes hate us, but what can we do? We… Read more »
Happy Spursday, Suprsland! Of all the “Rainy Night in Stoke” references that have been made around this, and just about every other footballing blog, I feel that we have missed out on an opportunity to examine this from another point of view? Isn’t there a distinct possibility that Stoke fans fear and loath the thought… Read more »
Hey! Look who’s back! It’s me, Bryan! You guys remember me right? Guys? Guys? Anyways, I bring to you another excellent episode of Wheeler Dealer Radio. Kevin, Ed, and I sat down to record today and we talked about the Bolton Wanderers match, Fabrice Muamba, Stoke City, and why theroosevelts would make an excellent manager… Read more »
Good evening. I’ve been weighing up the pros and cons of being more direct on this whole Muamba business for a day or two but the player’s recovery seems a near platinum clad juncture to actively lose even more readers. Come on, you can’t have it both ways. A self confessed hit whore [hello fans… Read more »
Tottenham Hotspur host Stoke City on Wednesday night in a bid to return to winning ways after a poor run of form that has seen them lose the last three Premier League games.