Harry Kane is more than just player, he is someone who represents us and binds the club to us. In an era where players are removed from the average fan, it is glorious to have one of our own leading the line.
Read why Stephen Puddicombe thinks the inverted winger is the future and why traditional wide men are on the way out.
Vass Koni has been watching Spurs a long time and there is very little he hasn’t seen but how do the modern Spurs brand compare to the club he grew up watching? Has the fun been sucked from the game?
In recent weeks we have seen many comments about how people no longer feel part of Spurs and how estranged the club has become from its community, but what happens if you make a stand and try and unite a broken area with football? Across the other side of the world in a poor part of Colombia, two men gave up their day jobs to do just that. Football isn’t more important than life, but it can, in its simplest […]
Mark Sheehan, a Spurs fan and regular at White Hart Lane for over three decades, has fallen out of love with Spurs. Find out what broke him.
Simon Frazer believes we are starting to see our managers philosophy on the pitch thanks to the players who are willing to adapt to his system.
Football has changed a lot since Sky got involved but Robbie Canale believes supporters still have a part to play in helping the performance of our team.
It has been a year since that glorious summer where we signed everyone, but today, three managers and a year later how are they getting on? Dan Rattigan investigates.
The captain issue has been a contentious one at Spurs for quite some time, James Highsted makes his debut on The Fighting Cock by looking back at our great captains, and picking the man he thinks could lead us to glory in the future.
Ben Norland looks at the effect the possible appointment of Paul Mitchell could have on the club at all levels.
It doesn’t matter where in the world you live, Spurs can still mean a lot to you. Front page first timer Ej Lilie talks about the importance of Spurs to him and how we should focus on being positive and providing them with a happy place in which to perform.
Running a football club is difficult. ENIC got it right once and will get it right again. Tim Sowula explains why we should keep the faith in the regime
Paul Johnson returns to The Fighting Cock to offer his thoughts and on the feelings clouding the Tottenham support right now
Tanner Long dives head first into the crowd debate. Having sat in the Paxton and Park Lane this season he shares his views on what he has seen so far.
A lot of people have pointed the finger at the support, the manager, ENIC and Daniel Levy, Erlend Nordmo however, says the players need to step up and raise their game.
Spurs away regular Colin Dutton talks about following the team around the country and how the away match-day experience is completely different to a game at the Lane.
US based Adam Miller believes positivity in the ground will help Spurs play more positively.