Andrew Wills takes a look at Tottenham’s transfer policy and manages to see the good points. Yes, there are some. Read it.
Erik Lamela isn’t missing. He is here with us right now. He has been absorbed by us and become part of us. We failed him, he failed us, Spurs failed everyone. One day I hope we all find each other, not just him.
I should have learnt that hope is a dangerous emotion as a teenager when I was brutally blown out in a night club, but the older and “wiser” me continues to hope, especially when it comes to Spurs.
Wilson asks either for space or a handshake. We need decisions and acts of direction not more van Gaal waffle.
The 1882 movement returns to the Lane. This monday, 14 April 2014, block 16 Tottenham U21 v Man Utd U21.
Join my fantasy of “five games to glory.” Imagine the big sweaty writhing mess of winning all five games and spending the summer basking in a top four finish or slaying that stupid Saint something day. Imagine. Fantasise. Join me.
Tom Middleton looks back at the Sunderland game and how despite the 5-1 win, Sherwood still has to go, walk out that door, without turning around, as he isn’t welcome any more.
So Sherwood will officially be on his way this summer. Should we rejoice or should we take stock that yet another manager has been chewed up and spat out by Tottenham
Pitch forks and torches are put to one side as Hayden Smith takes a calm and collected look at the reign of Daniel Levy.
After the latest 1882 game at White Hart Lane, a Tottenham fan wakes up with a hangover and surrounded by Spurs players we all have tried to forget. They want Levy out and their names cleared. The truth is revealed about what is really happening at th…
Will we ever get a new stadium? Wilson looks at the pros and cons of moving from White Hart Lane and what a season at Wembley would feel like.
Wannabe financial analyst Jason Fleischer looks at ENIC’s reign at Spurs and tries to figure out their end game and what they have planned for Spurs.
Chirpy sticks his beak into Spurs and gives us his opinions on what went wrong. When the mascot is telling us things are bad, things must be really bad.
Daniel Levy finally spoke to us, but can we feasibly believe anything he says when everything he says is feasible? Neil Ardiff gets stuck into his words and drops a new analogy.
With the Champions League now seemingly out of Tottenham’s reach, the rumours about Tim Sherwood’s job will intensify. James Highsted looks at why that is all too predictable, why Sherwood should stay and who is really to blame.
Six games left. A chance to earn 18 points and reclaim some pride. Andrew Purdie talks about how Spurs can help make the spring that little bit easier.
Jack Garland dons his wellies and goes wading through everything wrong with Tottenham. Do you agree with him? Are Sherwood and ENIC to blame?
Top four is a glimmer. It’s a glimmer of hope that keeps us on our toes, but does Tom Middleton believe we have a hope? With Liverpool looming we will know more on Sunday night.
Neil Ardiff looks to a long lost TV show to help clarify exactly where Spurs are today. Damon and Debbie? No. I don’t remember it either,