Monthly Archive: February 2012

Players looking to bounce back 5

Players looking to bounce back

This might have been a good week to play Stevenage in the cup but as it is, Spurs have to try and bounce back from Sunday’s defeat with a positive result against Manchester United...

Samuel or Walcott? Really? 4

Samuel or Walcott? Really?

The transfer rumours started off quite sensibly this week with Spurs linked to long term target Jan Vertonghen but they seem to have hit a high level of absurdity with the suggestion that Harry...

Has Harry gifted the England job to Pearce? 7

Has Harry gifted the England job to Pearce?

After Tottenham’s dour performance against Stevenage in the FA Cup, Harry Redknapp joked that the club’s showing may not have helped his chances in the race to become England manager. One more televised game...

Vertonghen or Caulker? 46

Vertonghen or Caulker?

Reports over the weekend linked Tottenham to their long term target Jan Vertonghen and he had some complimentary things to say about the club which sparked off another set of media rumours commenting on...

Walker worry could let in Smith 2

Walker worry could let in Smith

Spurs have recalled Adam Smith from his loan spell at Leeds, ostensibly to provide cover for Kyle Walker who has withdrawn from Stuart Pearce’s England squad because of an ankle injury. As I write...

VDV confident of third as injury strikes again 2

VDV confident of third as injury strikes again

Tottenham’s Dutch international Rafael van der Vaart has hit the headlines for two reasons today in the wake of Spurs’ 5-2 defeat at the Emirates on Sunday. Firstly, Rafa ruled his club out of...

A ‘bad day’ to lose a six pointer 28

A ‘bad day’ to lose a six pointer

Spurs manager Harry Redknapp blamed it on a ‘bad day’ as the club surrendered a two goal lead at The Emirates. Harry also admitted that he was a little puzzled by the defeat and...

Are Spurs now a bigger club than Arsenal? 135

Are Spurs now a bigger club than Arsenal?

For Spurs fans the last thirty years or so have seen them sit uncomfortably in the shadow of their holier than thou north London rivals. Particularly galling for the Lilywhites must have been the...