Tag Archives: BPL

He’s finally gone – Spurs say their goodbyes to Tim Sherwood

Sherwood in his Gilet

 

This week finally, inevitably, the axe fell on Tim Sherwood. Strangely, when he was eventually sacked I felt a pang of sadness for him. He probably wasn’t treated that well by Daniel Levy but then which manager has been?

Despite this, the overwhelming feeling was one of relief. Sherwood was ridiculously  Continue reading

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Spurs 3 Aston Villa 0 – Europa League here we come

Spurs Villa Report

Phew, that’s finally over.

There was a general sigh of relief on Sunday, the final act of a disappointing season for Spurs. Looking on the bright side at least Continue reading

Stoke Spurs Preview – Tottenham reunited with Charlie Adam

Stoke Spurs Preview - Charlie Adam Fouls

Spurs travel to the Britannia Stadium this Saturday for a Premier League meeting with Stoke City. Tim Sherwood will be looking to build on last weeks win at Fulham, a decent result but an unconvincing performance. With persistent rumours Continue reading

Spurs Fulham Preview – There are only two Mousa Dembeles

Spurs Fulham

 

This Saturday, Spurs entertain Fulham in the lunchtime kick-off. Fulham sit 18th, with their Premier League survival in serious danger, so will be desperate to pick up points. Last season Tottenham lost this fixture due to a solitary goal from Dimitar Berbatov. Luckily for us, the erstwhile Spurs front man is now plying his trade in sunnier climes.

The west London side’s fans probably thought Continue reading

6 Talking points from West Brom Spurs

Thoughts on West Brom Spurs

 

  • 1. Slow starts are becoming a bad habit

Starting slowly has become a feature of Sherwood’s reign at White Hart Lane. Tottenham have conceded the first goal in our last 8 games. Our aggregate score for the first 15 minutes in Premier League matches this season is a staggering Continue reading

Spurs 5 Sunderland 1 – Tottenham turn on the style at home

Kane Scores in Spurs win over Sunderland

 

5-1! Before this win, Spurs hadn’t even managed four goals at home in the league, let alone five. A great victory, although it must be noted that Sunderland are bottom of the table; on this showing they deserve to be there.

The day and the game, both started badly for our much maligned manager. First came reports that Sherwood would be picking up his P45 come the summer; hardly earth shattering news. The scoop was broken by Sky Sports – later Gary Neville would call it Continue reading

Spurs Sunderland Preview – From the sublime to the ridiculous

Spurs Sunderland Preview

 

Last week Spurs were at table toppers Liverpool, this Monday sees us host bottom of the division Sunderland. This begins a run-in of six very winnable games. If Tottenham could have stayed within striking distance of fourth place, we would have given ourselves a great chance. As it is, we’re left wondering what Continue reading