The big game. Spurs’ chance to stake their claim to a Champions League place. Mauricio Pochettino’s opportunity to prove he has usurped Louis van Gaal, the new generation of tacticians replacing the old guard. It turns out van Gaal still Continue reading
Two wins in four days and Spurs’ top four hopes are back on track. Now just four points off third place it’s a real possibility, even if the form of Liverpool and Arsenal make those two favourites.
Mirroring the midweek victory against Continue reading
– Those last two minutes in the game against Swansea were vital. After exiting the Europa League and losing the League Cup final, all in the space of four days, a win was Continue reading
The defeat didn’t hurt quite as much as I’d anticipated. Maybe I was half expecting it. Maybe it had been such a good day out, the result couldn’t spoil it. The frustrating thing was we started well, hitting the woodwork from Eriksen’s freekick. If that had gone in everything could have been so different.
Sunday had began full of Continue reading
“It’s happening again” sang the West Ham fans as their team went 2-0 up at White Hart Lane, a ground where they were victorious twice last season. In a way they were right, as for the second time this campaign, Tottenham scored an injury time goal to break Hammers’ hearts.
As I took my seat, the teams were being announced and there was one big surprise. Continue reading
After the physical and emotional stress of Saturday’s derby demolition of Arsenal, this was always going to be a tough ask. Some belated thoughts on Continue reading