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Personal Terms Agreed & A Twist In The Tale

Personal Terms Agreed & A Twist In The Tale

It’s my considered opinion that we’re not the right sort of club to loan players. We’re not small enough to bring players on for other Premier League clubs, and we’re too big to help make a player useful and then simply hand him back, improved and worth more. Word is that personal terms have been agreed. With us. And Arsenal. ... Read More »

First One Out The Door?

First One Out The Door?

Bad news for Ron. It looks as if Lewis Holtby is back off on his travels again. This time, a loan to Bundesliga lurkers, Hamburg. Young Fritz cost Tottingham Hotspur £1.5 million from Schalke 04 in January 2013 and whilst he won over many of our fans with his derring do, he seriously couldn’t manage to command a starting spot ... Read More »

They’re Off!

They’re Off!

If the ITKers and the press are anything to go by, this could be a rare return to form for Levy & Co., with business being done right up until the close of play at 11 o’clock tonight. There’s lots of sprculation flying around, but I’m inclined to believe that what we’re looking at here is a potential domino effect ... Read More »

A Positive Spin!

A Positive Spin!

He’s back! Another guest blog from Graham Dunn, he hardest working Admin for YA4L, the best Spurs Facebook page on planet Earth. Poor result – but we expected some bumps on the road. Just as we shouldn’t have been carried away with our great performance against QPR, we shouldn’t get carried away with a poor one against the scousers. We ... Read More »

A Truly Abject Display

A Truly Abject Display

This was Brendan Rodgers’ 100th Premier League game as Liverpool manager and Mauricio Pochettino’s 3rd as Tottenham the manager, which may not excuse all of the rubbish we witnessed this afternoon, but it is nevertheless a point worth making. The obvious issue was that in the main, we were completely and utterly pressed off the ball. We appeared incapable of ... Read More »

Graham Dunn On Why Spurs Will Beat Liverpool

Graham Dunn On Why Spurs Will Beat Liverpool

It’s a fair bet to assume most of the players rested on Thursday were being saved for this match and after the way we played against QPR it seems a fair bet that this is the preferred lineup for the game. I think it may be too soon to see the likes of Fazio making his debut and risk disrupting ... Read More »

Spurs’ Squad vs Grief Junkies

Spurs’ Squad vs Grief Junkies

Friedel, Lloris, Vorm, Assou-Ekotto, Chiriches, Davies, Dier, Fazio, Fryers, Kaboul, Naughton, Rose, Vertonghen, Walker, Bentaleb, Capoue, Chadli, Dembele, Eriksen, Lamela, Lennon, Holtby, Paulinho, Sandro, Townsend, Adebayor, Kane, Soldado. After falling to defeat at the hands of Manchester City, Liverpool will be looking to bounce back at White Hart Lane this Sunday. Tottenham have got off to a good start under ... Read More »

Gormless

Gormless

Hurrah we won. And that, friends is what the Europa League is all about. 19 games takes you to a final of a tournament for which you will be forever forgotten as even participating it, should you fail to win it. This isn’t a competition, that even in its concuding match gives a damn how you played. And so you ... Read More »

Prattle

Prattle

Limassol indoors it is and after having a shufty at some of the suggested lineups online, you’d wonder hwo many actually watched the first leg. Yes, we’re two away goals to the good, and yes we are facing the Bindippers at the weekend, but this lot aren’t some pub team we can fob off with second string picks. If anything, ... Read More »

Awesome Dawson?

Awesome Dawson?

Michael Dawson has eventually signed for Hull City on a 3 year deal, for a fee that is undosclosed, but thought to be worth inexcess of £3million, perhaps as much as £6million. Dawson was for Tottenham that now increasingly rare commidity in the modern game. A player who appeared genuinely happy to ply his trade for one club for a ... Read More »

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