The season’s almost over, we’ve had the PFA player of the year, so now it’s time for the “Anything But Penalties” Spurs end of season awards. Who’s won the coveted prize of Tottenham player of the year? You’ll have to wait until the end of the article to find out.
They say a manager makes a team is his own image. This was never truer than in the case of Mark Hughes and Stoke. Objectively he has done a fantastic job. Taking over from a popular, successful, long serving coach is never easy – just ask David Moyes. The Welshman has kept the aerial power and physicality that made Pulis’ team so tough to play against, but has added some nice football through the likes of Odemwingie and Arnautovic.
Like Hughes in his prime, Stoke marry quality with toughness, but this outer makeover hides Continue reading
- 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
- 1. Sigurdsson reminds everyone he’s still at Spurs
This season at Tottenham, there’s been something missing. In the summer, we put our faith in athleticism, at the expense of guile and creativity. Since we loaned out Holtby, Eriksen has been our sole creative force in midfield. The team has been lacking in ideas, falling back to basic tactics – endless crosses and long balls.