Crisis of Character

The final seconds tick and the referee blows his final whistle. As one side hangs heads in defeat, the other feels the jubilee of a comeback completed with the help of a timely European hat-trick hero to move on to the next round. Two short years ago this scene was one of joy for TottenhamContinue reading “Crisis of Character”

A Look to the NLD

Tottenham square off against Arsenal in another pivotal North London Derby on Sunday, March 14th at the Emirates. THE. NORTH. LONDON. DERBY.  (taleoftwohalves.uk) Tottenham will undoubtedly be the favorite to take the three points, both on form and talent in-and-around the first eleven.  However, as we all know, “favorites” or “odds” mean absolutely nothing in these typesContinue reading “A Look to the NLD”

Tottenham\’s Need For Central Defense

By Andrew Stetka (@AStetka) Before departing White Hart Lane in November of 2019, former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino spoke often about a \”painful\” rebuild that was needed with the club. Every Spurs fan will remember this, especially since it came on the back of a berth in the Champions League final. Pochettino had taken Spurs toContinue reading “Tottenham\’s Need For Central Defense”

So, Now What?

 So, Now What?      As Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow in his Pennsylvania town, alerting us of the six more weeks of incoming winter, Spurs fans are having a Groundhog Day of their own – another transfer window slamming shut with no new signings. This follows two windows that saw players make their wayContinue reading “So, Now What?”

A Look to Wycombe

Tottenham square off against relatively familiar opponent, Wycombe, in an FA Cup clash that sees Spurs presented with an opportunity to advance in the competition that has seen holders Arsenal, and numerous other namesakes, removed from the competition.  The North London outfit, desperate for silverware, will undoubtedly know that they have a good chance toContinue reading “A Look to Wycombe”

The Surge of Aurier

      Yesterday, Tottenham Hotspur lost its first match since match week 1 against Everton. It did so away from home at Anfield and against the reigning Premier League champion, Liverpool. This result saw them leapfrog Spurs to claim the top spot after thirteen games into the season. This game was a frustrating oneContinue reading “The Surge of Aurier”

Protecting the Protector – The Role of Moussa Sissoko

                                      Protecting the Protector – The Role of Moussa Sissoko     Ask anyone who supports the one, true North London outfit, and they’ll tell you that Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has been the signing of the season.  They may even sayContinue reading “Protecting the Protector – The Role of Moussa Sissoko”

500 Words on a Back Up Keeper (AKA Handsome GK\’s R\’ Us)

 A Winning Team Can Never Have Too Much Hart, Spurs Sign Former England No.1    Make no mistake, Joe Hart’s career has been in a state of flux recently. No longer the once dominant force that steered Manchester City to Premier League Title glory on two occasions, Hart was looking for a fresh opportunity to apply his craft, after four tumultuous seasons since leaving theContinue reading “500 Words on a Back Up Keeper (AKA Handsome GK\’s R\’ Us)”

The Cement

Højbjerg Inks a 5-Year Deal With Tottenham    By now you’ve heard that Pierre Emile Højbjerg (PEH) will stand guard in front of the Tottenham back line for the next 5 seasons. Clad in a sleeve of traditional Danish tattoos, and an eerily familiar No. 5 (We miss you Jan!) – Højbjerg represents not only, that the painful rebuild Spurs fans were warned about is in full swing, but also a that the mentality ofContinue reading “The Cement”