Often in the Premier League the fans look to the players for inspiration, whilst they in turn wait for us to support. But what happens when both the players and the fans arrive with the determination to inspire each other? Last night at White Hart Lane…
With the City result slowly fading from our memory, Liam Keyes decides it’s time to have another look at the game. Watch. Review. Repeat. Report. What’s that definition of insanity?
Winning isn’t something that just happens, it’s about preparation, focus and most of all supreme self-belief and determination. Paul Krarup looks at what Spurs need to start winning when it matters.
Mike Horowitz discusses tactics and looks at a new formation that may give Spurs the edge when going toe-to-toe with the oil XI.
Perhaps in the aftermath of losing at the Ethidad for the fourth successive time, it’s time to take stock and think about what it is each of us looks for in our team. Pete makes his début and discusses what is glorious about Spurs for him.
Benjamin Forman makes his début on the Front Page and talks us through the rigours of watching Spurs in a different time zone.
The inevitability of the situation will not lessen the pain of moving to Milton Keynes. We knew it was coming, but still it hurts no matter how slow the news has been spoon fed to us. What can we do? Where can we go? What are our alternatives and do th…
Samuel Bray uses the international break to have a look at the new boys in the changing room. Who has impressed? Who needs game time? Who has disappointed?
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The left back berth has been a problem for Spurs for quite some time. Jasher takes a look at those that have failed in that role and the development of Danny Rose into a consistent and strong performer.
Charles Hutton makes his debut on The Fighting Cock and tackles the Roberto Soldado issue. Will the Spaniard ever come good at Spurs? What has gone wrong? What needs to change?
The 1882 movement returns for European football at the Lane against Asteras Tripoli. To celebrate this we asked @pixelchap to create some artwork for us. And that he did.
The international break is the ideal time to take stock of Pochettino’s start to his Spurs career. Ross Hunter makes his debut on The Fighting Cock and discusses what has changed at Spurs since the Argentine arrived at White Hart Lane.
Over the last few days a lot has been spoken and tweeted about regarding the LGBT flag on display at White Hart Lane. Oly makes his debut on The Fighting Cock front page and gives his views on the situation.
He plays with confidence but his mistake cost us dearly at the end of the Besiktas game. Liam Keyes ponders what we can do with Vlad Chiriches.
1882 will be in block 35 in the Park Lane for the Europa League Cup tie v Asteras on October 23rd at White Hart Lane. […]
When he signed we couldn’t contain our joy. Soldado was a top European striker, who had come from sunny Spain to play at White Hart Lane. Surely glory was just around the corner? Today though watching him toil away in our shirt is a sorry sight. He sho…
1882 will be in block 34 in the Park Lane for the League Cup tie v Brighton on October 29th September at White Hart Lane. […]
With the dust having settled from last Saturday’s game, Dan Rattigan takes a look at the tactics deployed by Pochettino and discusses whether this is the way forward for Spurs, especially away to the Sky four.