Daily Archives: March 27, 2012
After a disappointing draw at home to Stoke, It was important that Tottenham did not lose at Stamford Bridge Saturday lunchtime. Chelsea were in need of a win if they were to close the gap on Tottenham in the battle [...]Written by Matt SwanModric Vs M…
Tottenham Hotspur welcome Bolton Wanderers for the re-arranged FA Cup quarter final encounter at White Hart Lane with a semi-final place against Chelsea at stake.
Follow me on Twitter – @WindyCOYS. You can also hear me on The Fighting Cock podcast. In my first ever blog article, around this time three years ago, I wrote about how many players Redknapp had managed to trim from our squad. When he first arrived at the club, he was famously quoted as saying […]
The last time that Tottenham Hotspur and Bolton Wanderers gave the FA Cup quarterfinal thing a go they were derailed by one of the saddest and scariest moments anyone has ever seen on a football pitch. Fabrice Muamba collapsed to the field at White Hart Lane just before halftime and was rushed to the hospital […]
Happy Spursday, Spursland! I struggle to think of what to say about today’s game. All I can really come to is that with the recent news that Fabrice Muamba is improving as rapidly, much more rapidly that anyone who witnessed the last attempt to play this game would hope, is that we can finally move […]
Follow me on Twitter – @WindyCOYS.
You can also hear me on The Fighting Cock podcast.
In my first ever blog article, around this time three years ago, I wrote about how many players Redknapp had managed to trim from our squad. When he first arrived…
Joey Barton has been one of the most talked about players in the Premier League since he made his Man City debut against Middlesbrough in August 2002. He is well-known for his no-nonsense tough tackling nature on the pitch as well [...]Written by Jame…
What do we want from our players in Tuesday nights FA Cup replay? I’d say something comparable to the tempo of the first game against Bolton (before it all ended in the 41st minute) without the defensive lapses and surrendering of too much possession with additional confidence collected from the 0-0 at Stamford Bridge. Harry […]
Just a quick one ahead of the Spurs v Bolton quarter final rematch. With the news that Muamba is now up and about, Owen Coyle and the Bolton fans are talking about some sort of show of appreciation for the Spurs fans and medics at the start of the game. Perhaps a quick minutes applause […]
Tottenham Hotspur Loan Watch Sebastien Bassong, Kyle Naughton, Steven Pienaar and Steven Caulker all started in the Premier League. John Bostock was handed a Swindon debut. Harry Kane and Andros Townsend played in the Championship while Tom Carroll was, disappointingly, an unused sub.
I’ve said this several times, but I feel a need to reiterate this: Tottenham Hotspur do not need to spend money on bringing in Emmanuel Adebayor and trying to figure out a way to accomodate his wages. Adebayor has been good for Spurs this season. He has scored 12 goals (in all competitions) and added […]
Fabrice Muamba is still in intensive care at the London Chest Hospital, but he’s showing serious signs of improvement. Over the weekend, he was able to get out of his bed. “He continues to make encouraging progress in his recovery. Over the weekend he has been able to sit out of bed for a short […]
Happy Monday, Spursland! It has been said here and elsewhere by members of the editorial staff, “sports are better than everything, always”. However, sometimes we cannot help but feel that this is not true. Saturday was a day when I felt the opposite, in fact, was true. After the major English Premier League fixture between […]
It was mostly doom and gloom from Spurs fans heading into Saturday’s lunchtime fixture – hardly surprising, given that our last win at Stamford Bridge came in 1990, and Spurs’ current league form about as inspired . Whilst a draw with Chelsea isn’t the perfect tonic that perhaps a win might have been, it regardless […]