Category Archive: Tottenham Hotspur

Mar 23

Spurs get permission for Wembley games

Tottenham move closer to playing home games at Wembley next season after Brent Council approves their application.

Mar 23

Stupidity Greenlighted

Tottenham moved one step closer to playing home games at Wembley next season after their application to host 27 matches at the stadium’s full 90,000 capacity was approved. Brent Council’s planning committee voted in favour of the proposal by a majority of five to one following a heated meeting, lasting three hours and 32 minutes […]

Mar 23

Tottenham star’s performance against Germany proves that he should be England’s main man

So, the brave new era of the England national team that is being built under the stewardship of Gareth Southgate did not quite get off to the perfect start – but there were still plenty of positives to take away from Wednesday’s defeat in Dortmund. In truth, it was very much Lukas Podolski’s night. The […]

Mar 23

Tottenham round-up: Lloris future dependent on this factorr; defender pursues lucrative new deal; club wait on Wembley decision

With Tottenham’s new £800million stadium project well underway, and scheduled to be ready in 2018, it has often been stressed by the club that over the top investment on new signings is not to be forthcoming for now and the immediate future. What Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy have done in that time, however, is […]

Mar 23

Win Murphy’s team-sheet

Danny Murphy will be picking his #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club on Friday evening.

Mar 23

Alli, Lallana excite Southgate

Gareth Southgate believes Dele Alli and Adam Lallana’s energy and attacking threat offers England a “very exciting” option for the future.

Mar 23

Money No Object

I spoke with Nilly last night about the ‘situation’ in Westminster. Our man Nilly not only knew both the copper killed by the Muslim nut-job that the police thankfully took down, but he also knew several coppers involved in the attack. The officer killed was from Haringey and that makes him Tottenham.  The Metropolitan Police Federation are raising […]

Mar 23

Why Tottenham Need A Strong End To The Season

It’s been a consistent season from Tottenham and certainly one that has seen them surpass the expectations. Overall it’s not been great though, the disappointment in Europe was particularly poor – but there’s still time for this to be one of the clubs best in their history. Embed from Getty Images We caught up with …

Mar 23

Gaffer: He’s A Flop

We knew it, but now it’s been rubber-stamped. Didier Deschamps has binned Moussa Sissoko from the French national team.  The useless, overpaid waste of flesh that is Sissoko failed to make the list of 24 players called up to face Luxembourg and Spain. Deschamps said: “He plays too little” “He is part of players who have very […]

Mar 23

Euro papers: Utd bid for Mbappe?

As we reach the business end of the 2016-17 season, rumours of big-money summer deals are beginning to circulate across Europe.

Mar 23

WATCH: Nev & Carra’s referee trial

Do Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher have what it takes to be professional referees?

Mar 23

A Fascinating Quote To Put It Mildly

“My future is linked to Mauricio’s, that is a certainty,” Lloris, who is on international duty with France, told Le Figaro. “He matters a lot to me and our relationship goes beyond football – it is a partnership. “His presence and our relationship are the most important elements for me. One day he will be the […]

Mar 23

What is the role of Mousa Dembele for Tottenham moving forward?

Despite having a key role in the successful Tottenham Hotspur side over the last couple of seasons, Mousa Dembele is – by a distance – one of Spurs’ oldest senior players, and while his experience has proven invaluable in helping to mentor youngsters such as Harry Winks, one cannot help but feel that the Belgian’s […]

Mar 23

Spurs to learn Wembley fate

Tottenham will discover on Thursday if their proposal to host 27 matches at Wembley next season has been approved.

Mar 22

‘Players can help highlight HBT abuse’

The impact players have in raising awareness of key issues would significantly help in the fight against homophobia in football, says Kick It Out’s Paul Mortimer.

Mar 22

Sex Change, Scientology Or Spaghetti?

The disappearance of Erik Lamela from public life was mildly puzzling, but since no less than two attempts by Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to pass off photos of him taken last year as recent snaps, this has officially turned his absence into a mystery. Here are my 3 theories surrounding his unexplained disappearance. SCIENTOLOGYReligions attract vulnerable […]

Mar 22

Lloris: My future linked to Poch

Hugo Lloris says his future will be linked with that of Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Mar 22

Who will win the Premier League Golden Boot? feat. Arsenal and Tottenham stars

With only ten games to go until the end of the 2016/17 Premier League campaign, it’s about that time of the year where the race to win the Golden Boot really begins to heat up. Embed from Getty Images Chelsea are currently sitting pretty at the top of the table, ten points clear of their […]

Mar 22

Spurs Struggling To Arrange Loan Deal

  Peterborough have done a fair bit of loan business with Spurs. Luke McGee, Shaq Coulthirst, Nathan Oduwa, Kenneth McEvoy and Alex Pritchard have played for The Posh on their path to obscurity. However it appears that the League One boss has had his fill of these ‘opportunities of a lifetime’. Think we shall finally be giving young prem […]

Mar 22

WATCH & PLAY: Offside or on?

If you were handed the offside flag, how do you think you’d get on? As part of Support The Ref week, we’re testing your decision-making…

Mar 22

Everton midfielder linked with Tottenham move – but is he even needed?

Tottenham are leading the race to sign Everton’s in-demand midfielder Ross Barkley during the summer, according to the Daily Mail. Mauricio Pochettino is a long-time admirer of the England international and could be ready to make a move after the midfielder’s recent upturn in form. Everton want to extend his contract as his current deal […]

Mar 22

Dier: My England journey

Writing for The Players’ Tribune, Eric Dier reflects on his journey from a sobbing England fan at Euro 2004 to scoring at Euro 2016, his experiences of growing up and playing in Portugal, and when he “felt completely lost”…

Mar 22

VOTE: Rule changes in football

Which rule changes would you like to see in football? As part of Support The Ref week, you can have your say…

Mar 21

A new look for disabled toilet signs

It started with supermarkets, now Tottenham Hotspur have become the first football club to feature the slogan “not all disabilities are visible” on their disabled toilets.

Mar 21

FA clarifies ticket policy

The Football Association says cup semi-final tickets on offer to Emirates customers do not affect supporter allocations.

Mar 21

Tottenham round-up: Spurs lead chase for Everton star; players praise team resilience

As speculation over Mauricio Pochettino’s summer transfer plans gathers pace, the latest reports emerging from White Hart Lane will be of great interest to the club’s followers, as the North Londoners have reportedly become front-runners in the race to acquire the signature of Everton play-maker, Ross Barkley. Much like Kane for Spurs, England youngster Barkley […]

Mar 21

Who has the most internationals?

Which Premier League club will be bidding farewell to the most players during the international break? We’ve taken an in-depth look at the squad around the globe…

Mar 21

PL Daily: ‘Schweini a bad fit’

He arrived as a World Cup winner, a Champions League winner and with eight Bundesliga winners’ medals in his collection.

Mar 21

Time Bomb

Dele Alli said: “Everyone makes mistakes and it’s important that you bounce back. I felt horrible straight after it but it’s important I put it behind me and make sure I learn from it and keep improving. “I have calmed down a bit but it’s important, I’m never going to take that out of my game. […]

Mar 21

Who will finish in top four?

With just nine points separating second from seventh in the Premier League, the race for the top four looks set to go down to the wire.

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