Since I last blogged, after the unhappy reverse against Newcastle, Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs side have been on an excellent run of three victories. It seems like that loss has been the catalyst for an upturn in form. The unbeaten run was impressive but there were far too many draws. Now we’ve finally managed to start turning those draws into wins. Continue reading
Everything had been going so well.
In a topsy-turvy season where Chelsea hover one point from relegation and Leicester sit top of the Premier League, a result like this shouldn’t really be a surprise. But then this was supposed to be a team that had shrugged off the Spurs image of old. Continue reading
This season it feels like Mauricio Pochettino has finally got his Tottenham side playing the way he wants them to. There’s been a definite progression from last year. But do Spurs’ underlying numbers support this assertion?
In last season’s Premier League, three strikers stood head and shoulders above the rest.
The established star – Sergio Aguero. The new arrival – Diego Costa. And the young upstart – Harry Kane. Continue reading
I don’t think it would be going too far to say this was the most impressive Spurs performance at Arsenal in recent times. 75 minutes of high intensity Pochettino football. It almost looked like the hosts had mistakenly taken the field against Bayern again, granted minus the clinical finishing. Continue reading
I’ve just been watching Bournemouth versus Newcastle and, not for the first time, I’ve found myself getting more and more irritated by Robbie Savage’s commentary. Continue reading
Spurs travel to the Emirates this Sunday for their biggest game of the season so far.
Both teams come into the match on a strong run of form in the league, sitting first and second in the form table. However, their mid-week experiences could not have been more different. A fantastic last minute winner for Spurs to lift their spirits. A dispiriting drubbing for Arsenal. Continue reading