Two wins in four days and Spurs’ top four hopes are back on track. Now just four points off third place it’s a real possibility, even if the form of Liverpool and Arsenal make those two favourites.
Mirroring the midweek victory against Continue reading
After an excellent win against Newcastle in midweek, it will be interesting to see how Pochettino sets up his team up for the visit of Burnley.
The league cup victory saw us move the ball quicker, put more pressure on the opposition and play more incisive passes. Will Spurs be able to build on this, or Continue reading
At last a positive performance from Spurs at White Hart Lane, and an atmosphere to match. The ground was buzzing as Pochettino’s side came from a goal down, to win against one of the better teams in the division.
Before the game, the big question was Continue reading
Everton are the visitors to White Hart Lane this Sunday in what could be a key match for Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs. Despite some ups and downs, Tottenham have managed to win two games in a week and cement our place in the Europa League knock-out rounds. The Merseyside club are Continue reading
A fortunate win after a dreadful first half and a cheap sending off that turned the game – this was a carbon copy of the trip to Villa. Except here, in the second half there was more promise, after Pochettino finally gave the team some width with the introduction of Aaron Lennon and, surprisingly, Vlad Chiriches.
Spurs started the game with Continue reading
Spurs travel up to Hull this weekend to try to kick-start their season. The 2-1 loss against Stoke before the international break was the low point so far. Slow and ponderous going forward, vulnerable at the back, there didn’t seem to be a plan. Some changes are needed but what?
In the last international break I looked at the TSR (total shots ratio) and schedule strength of the 20 teams in the Premier League. TSR is a good indicator of a team’s actual performance after a small number of games. It has some obvious Continue reading