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.
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– Those last two minutes in the game against Swansea were vital. After exiting the Europa League and losing the League Cup final, all in the space of four days, a win was Continue reading
This was everything Spurs’ fans had hoped for from our new manager, an awesome display of football the Pochettino way.
Last week the new Tottenham boss set about putting right last season’s wrongs, gaining some revenge for our three defeats to West Ham. Here he laid to rest another White Hart Lane ghost, as his side destroyed former Spurs manager, Harry Redknapp’s QPR.
Sunday sees the first Spurs home game of the new season, with Queens Park Rangers the visitors. It also marks the return to White Hart Lane of several “old friends”, former manager Harry Redknapp chief amongst them.
Can Spurs build on last weeks satisfying victory over West Ham?