What marks this season out, is the lack of lack of consistency. One moment Spurs are beating the league leaders, the next they’re struggling against some of the lesser lights. I suppose this is what comes from transition.
Set on it’s own this defeat wasn’t so bad. We dominated possession and looked in control until Continue reading →
Spurs travel to London rivals Crystal Palace this Saturday. Palace have had a turbulent season so far after the relative calm of last year’s 11th place finish. First manager Tony Pulis left just days before the start of the campaign. Then Continue reading →
One step forward, two steps back. The exhilarating 4-0 demolition of QPR, the humbling by Liverpool. The hard fought victory against Southampton, another debacle at Manchester City. Five goals in the Europa League, this frustrating loss at home to Newcastle.
Just when you think Pochettino’s Spurs side are getting somewhere they Continue reading →