With less than two weeks to go until the World Cup, it’s worth taking a look at which Spurs player will be involved.
This week, after what seemed like an age, Daniel Levy finally revealed Mauricio Pochettino as the new Spurs manager. This wasn’t a great surprise, the Argentine coach had been strong favourite to take the post for a week or two prior to the announcement. The news came a fortnight after Tim Sherwood’s sacking but in reality Spurs fans Continue reading
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
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
Well here we are again. This tortuous season just gets worse. A third loss to West Ham, another comprehensive beating from the “tactical genius” that is Sam Allardyce. We’ve pretty much saved his side from relegation. They must wish they could play us every week.
There were some small crumbs of comfort – it Continue reading
West Ham are Spurs’ hosts this Saturday, in the lunchtime kick-off. The equivalent fixture at White Hart Lane is etched into my memory, a shameful 3-0 reverse – for me the worst game of the season, and I was there.
The east London side are still Continue reading