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 →
Spurs won this game but White Hart Lane is not a happy place to be right now. This was a disappointing performance and there was yet more controversy.
Tim Sherwood named the same team that began the second half at West Brom, Fryers and Kaboul forming the centre back pairing. Apparently, the thinking from last weeks dreadful first half defensive display, is that Continue reading →
Starting slowly has become a feature of Sherwood’s reign at White Hart Lane. Tottenham have conceded the first goal in our last 8 games. Our aggregate score for the first 15 minutes in Premier League matches this season is a staggering Continue reading →
This weeks sacking of Chris Hughton, brings the number of Premier League clubs who have changed manager this season to eight. That’s 40% of teams in the division.
The number of managerial departures is even higher, at nine, due to Fulham sacking Martin Jol, then bizarrely firing his replacement Rene Meulensteen after just 17 games in charge. With rumours of Tim Sherwood’s imminent Continue reading →
5-1! Before this win, Spurs hadn’t even managed four goals at home in the league, let alone five. A great victory, although it must be noted that Sunderland are bottom of the table; on this showing they deserve to be there.