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Thoughts on a disappointing week for Spurs



Spurs’ come back win against Everton now seems a long time ago. It’s been a very frustrating season, with occasional good performances being the exception not the rule.

Possibly Everton were not a good yardstick. Roberto Martinez’s team have Continue reading


Premier League predictions / preview – where will Spurs finish?

Premier League Predictions


The new Premier League season starts this weekend. With lots of new signings and several managerial changes, many teams will be optimistic, but how long will that optimism last?

After correctly predicting this summer’s World Cup final, I thought I’d have a go at forecasting the top positions in this year’s league – including where I think Spurs are likely to end up – as well as previewing the likely contenders.

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Chelsea 4 Spurs 0 – punch drunk and on the canvas

Eto'o scores

Here we are again after yet another debacle. West Ham, Man City, Liverpool, Man City again and now Chelsea. Like a punch drunk fighter, we stagger from one knockout to the next, resigned to the beatings.

The first shock yesterday came with Continue reading

Chelsea Spurs Preview – can Tottenham end 24 year drought?

Hazard for Chelsea against Spurs

Spurs travel to Stamford Bridge this Saturday for the late kick off. Chelsea’s ground hasn’t been kind to Tottenham in the Premier League era, we haven’t recorded a single victory there in that time. In fact our last win came on Continue reading

Should Chelsea be allowed to loan out 28 players?

Lukaku and Vertonghen

Loans are a useful addition to the transfer system. They allow promising young players to gain experience. They help rejuvenate footballers stagnating at the wrong club. They enable cash strapped teams to add extra players without paying exorbitant transfer fees.

Unfortunately this system is being abused.

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