Daily Archives: April 2, 2012
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Gylfi Sigurdsson’s goal – after a long spell of possession, Allen’s shot is deflected, and laid back into the path of Sigurdsson by Graham. He hits his shot firml…
Kenny Palmer gives THFC1882 his match report on Tottenham Hotspur’s great display yesterday. A headed brace by Emmanuel Adebayor and an excellent side footed opener by Rafael Van Der Vaart helped Spurs back to winning ways with a victory against Brendan Rodgers impressive Swansea. The win takes the Lilywhites onto the same points as Arsenal [...]
Good morning. After all the well earned plaudits for Swanselona and Brendan Rodgers (t/a Christ Is Risen plc) it was fantastic to see us play coherently for the third game in a row and look every inch a team that deserves to play Champions League football next season. Now this next bit won’t surprise some […]
An Emmanuel Adebayor brace was enough for Tottenham Hotspur to pick up their first Premier League win in six games after Gylfi Sigurdsson had cancelled out Rafael Van der Vaart’s opener.
In the summer Modric had his head turned by Chelsea with the promise of increased wages, and Mancini's declaration of admiration has unsettled him once again. Croatia boss Slaven Bilic is the man credited with promoting Modric, Corluka and Eduardo da Silva from the U21 team to the seniors, so Luka has gone to speak […]
Scary huh? There’s no second chances any more. Whatever our opponents do, we have to at the very least win our home games, probably more in all honesty but that’s essential. When Swansea’s equalizer bounced into the corner, the tension slammed down like a 14lb sledgehammer on a melon. Scary. The final scoreline wasn’t the […]
Tottenham Hotspur are looking at another young South American defender. Maybe this team is going all Udinese on us after all? Ecuador Under-17 international left back Cristian Ramirez is joining Spurs for a 10-day trial. The 17-year-old currently players for Independiente Jose Teran in the top flight of Ecuadorian football, and he has started all […]
Not Spurs Related: An MLS piece for the Worldwide Leader I have a piece on Fredy Montero up at ESPN, give it a read.
We’re going to do a simple exercise! Perhaps we’ll spend some more time looking at this in depth later in the week/later in the season, but the premise and content of this post is simple: We’re going to predict the outcome of the rest of Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Chelsea’s games. A look at Tottenham’s […]
Scary huh? There’s no second chances any more. Whatever our opponents do, we have to at the very least win our home games, probably more in all honesty but that’s essential. When Swansea’s equalizer bounced into the corner, the tension slammed down like a 14lb sledgehammer on a melon. Scary. The final scoreline wasn’t the [...]