Everything had been going so well.
In a topsy-turvy season where Chelsea hover one point from relegation and Leicester sit top of the Premier League, a result like this shouldn’t really be a surprise. But then this was supposed to be a team that had shrugged off the Spurs image of old. Continue reading →
One step forward, two steps back. The exhilarating 4-0 demolition of QPR, the humbling by Liverpool. The hard fought victory against Southampton, another debacle at Manchester City. Five goals in the Europa League, this frustrating loss at home to Newcastle.
Just when you think Pochettino’s Spurs side are getting somewhere they Continue reading →
After a moral boosting 5-1 win in midweek in Europe, Spurs must turn their attention back to the Premier League this weekend. Newcastle United are the visitors as Tottenham attempt to Continue reading →
Finally a thrashing we were on the right end of. A moment of catharsis after a frustrating season. Four goals and a win away to blow away the gloom. Something all of us Spurs fans can enjoy. We needed that.
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There’s more midweek football on Wednesday night as Spurs travel to the north east to face Newcastle. St. James’ Park hasn’t been kind to us recently, we haven’t won there since September 2008 in the League Cup when we triumphed 2-1 with goals Continue reading →