Someone needs to take hold of our club and give it a good old shake. We have stumbled from one project to another, now is the time for a plan we stick to. Dave Walters does the pleading.
Results matter, but being Spurs matters more. Keep your head up, wear the crest with pride and never let your love for the club slip. 55thVin preaches.
These days it seems as if the only constant at Spurs is being constantly in a state of upheaval. What can we do in these dark times? Oliver Zamek discusses
As a Spurs fan Edward has learnt to deal with quite a lot of things. Failure, disappointment, losing and ridicule, but on Saturday he broke. It wasn’t Mourinho or Lampard who broke him but “Super Jan” and his face.
If the people being hired keep on getting it wrong, Adam Powley believes questions need asked of who is doing the hiring.
Predicting the future of Premier League football NFL fan, American, and Tottenham Hotspur supporter Erling Oster, summarises some of our fears of modern football.
We know the man, we know the name, but what does Louis van Gaal the manager believe in? Is he a “get out there and run around” or is he dossier dude? Jai B delves into his mind and footballing philosophy.
Right then. 1882 have been given blocks 15 and 16 of the West lower for the U21 Premier League game between Tottenham and Arsenal on […]
Our international striker finally showed his class from open play at White Hart Lane, and with a tense run-in on the cards, it’s the perfect time for him to find his goal scoring touch. Soldado’s form and goalscoring will be a deciding factor on how ou…
Peter Garnett a Spurs fan since birth in 1957 explains why watching Dnipro in the Europa League with 1882 was like being cast back in time to one of the ‘glory glory’ nights of yore.
gothamizm looks back on a great European night under the lights at White Hart Lane.
It was a night to remember those who have passed on, why we love Spurs and how the bitter makes it sweeter. 1882 bringing the love, the nerves and the drama.
In moments of turbulence and stress it is sometimes easy to forget what you have. Nikhil Saglani discusses.
he pitch, the stands, the Cockerel looming above the sea of Lilywhite. The lights, the flags, the cups and the glory. Football, the sport that […]
After the Norwich game, the Champions League seems far, far away. Jack Howes thinks he knows a man who could force us back into contention.
It was a glorious summer headlined by the arrival of Roberto Soldado, now though after yet another blank, this time in the Europa League, the time has come to take a look at Bobby. What went wrong? Who is at fault? Will he ever score again?
Supporting Spurs is something we all take for granted. Many have it passed on to them by parents or older siblings, whilst others fell in love with Gazza, Waddle or Hoddle, but across the pond it’s a bit different. Ken Saxton explains why he could onl…
Jack Howes thinks Spurs have reached the end of an era, unless, we finish in the top four. Will we ever see the 2008 to 2014 vintage again?
This Valentines Day give some love to Emmanuel Adebayor, the man who has turned his form around and increased our chances of a top four finish. Karl Harrington serenades us and the Togolese forward.
For close to two years we have been waiting for a Younes and Jan centre-back pairing, finally against Newcastle we saw the two of them in tandem. This is the future, if Kaboul can stay fit. Chad Smith discusses.