Stephen Puddicombe examines the former squad player now free scoring attacking dolphin sensation Nacer Chadli. What has changed this season?
So we walked away from The Emirates with a result and had we been a little luckier it could have been three points. In the end though, a point at their place remains a good result and there were many positives to take from the game. Perhaps finally Poc…
After a disappointing defeat to West Brom, LIam Keyes examines whether our midweek fixture had a part to play in our loss and if a Europa League “hangover” actually exists.
Alex Lamper looks back at a poor display both on the pitch and in the stands. Who do we blame? The players? The manager or us?
Has the time come for new owners who will push us to the next level? lovethshirt from the forum discusses the possibility and looks at ENIC’s time in charge.
With Spurs making a huge song and dance about who will be our captain for the season, Liam Keyes returns to The Fighting Cock front page and throws his weight behind Hugo Lloris.
1882 will be in block 35 in the Park Lane for the League Cup tie v Nottingham Forest on Wednesday 24th September at White Hart […]
Gareth Bale, he was born to play for….Atour Toma makes his debut on The Fighting Cock and asks the question: Is Bale a Spurs legend? Agree, disagree? Read before commenting, It helps.
It has become quite clear that Paulinho isn’t the player we thought he was, but there is still a role for him at Spurs. He offers us something no one else in our squad does, the ability to cause chaos and run forward. It’s time to unleash the Paulinho …
The international break is over and USA based Dennis Creegan is very excited about the rest of the season. Are we right to share in his enthusiasm?
We all want Spurs playing against the big teams, but at what cost? Nikhil Saglani takes the contentious stance that more exposure, more sponsorship and a nice big stadium is what we need to break back in to the top four and be “successful.”
Liam Keyes waves adieu to two Spurs favourites and discusses; were we right to cut loose the Beast and Lewis Holtby? Could they have added something to Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs?
Liverpool’s 3-0 victory at White Hart Lane last week was the third time they have beaten us in a row without conceding. Where exactly do we keep going wrong? And will we get better in time? A debut article by Liam Keyes
1882 have been given block 16 of the West lower for the U21 Premier League game between Tottenham and Southampton for Friday, 12 September 2014 […]
It’s a simple idea. Just but a striker. He will score goals, he will bring us joy, success, harmony and a taste of lilywhite ambrosia. But is it really that simple? Lee Hunt makes his debut and discusses.
Wilson returns to talk us through a rather quiet transfer window and examine what it means for us this season.
The international break is always an unwelcome guest. Generally it arrives just as Spurs have suffered a defeat, or announced some bad news. This year we lost to Liverpool at home and had to endure a deadline day rather quieter than usual, but was it r…
Yesterday Michael Dawson made his anticipated £6m move to Hull City. He leaves a legacy spanning over nine-and-a-half years making 324 appearances for Spurs, first as vice captain and then club captain since Ledley King’s retirement in 2012. He casts a long shadow at Tottenham and his commitment over the years will live long in the memory.