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 →
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.
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 →
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.