Spurs travel to Old Trafford on Sunday in a game that could be pivotal for both teams top four ambitions. United currently sit fourth, just two places and three points above Mauricio Pochettino’s side. With Arsenal winning yesterday and Liverpool in a rich vein of form, both Continue reading →
Spain’s 5-1 humiliation at the hands of Holland last night was a big shock but there have been warning signs for the world champions, including last years Confederations cup loss to Brazil. This game reminded me of Continue reading →
It looks like Tim Sherwood will be replaced in the summer as Daniel Levy looks to find the manager to take Spurs into the top four and challenge for trophies, but which manager should he choose and would they come to Tottenham?
In my opinion, the main criteria that Levy should use to judge potential candidates are: Continue reading →