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Jake earns Harry’s praise but can he step up?

As widely predicted, Jake Livermore settled in to Scott Parker’s slot in the centre of midfield last night and coped admirably with the physical presence of Everton’s Tim Cahill and Marouane Fellaini. After filling in at right back against...

Time for the King’s return?

Spurs have some big games coming up in the next few weeks and big games call for big players. If the club is going to push for fourth place then the team as a whole will need to stand...

Second season syndrome for Kane or back to best?

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Kane can go on to become one of the world's greatest strikers, while former England forward, Stan Collymore, sees a season of disappointment for the 22-year-old, with Kane suffering from 'second season syndrome'. The...

Twitter reacts to Eriksen’s winning goal

The headline above is becoming a bit of a mainstay. Christian Eriksen booked Spurs' place in the League Cup final with yet another 88th minute winner. Sheffield United were utterly abject until two quick goals put them back in...

Is This Tottenham’s New Kit For Next Season?

Yesterday I received a comment on the site, with a link to what might possibly be Tottenham's new shirt for next season. According to 'Pete', the following image was found in a US Puma vendor catalog, by his friend who...

Stoke Performance Sets us up for the win

The countdown begins to our final game of the season and with Champions League destiny out of our hands, all we can do is win and hope that the other result goes our way. Coming into this game, Spurs...

Where would you fit in the new arrivals?

The starting XI for Sunday’s game at Reading will be the most fascinating yet as AVB looks to accommodate some of the new faces at the club. Moving away from the Hugo Lloris issue, some of the most interesting...

Twitter reacts to another Harry Kane goal fest

Tottenham recorded the 'Spursiest' of 'Spursy' victories against Leicester City, running out 4-2 winners at White Hart Lane. Spurs repeatedly took two steps forward and one step back, allowing the opponents a way back into the game more than once. An...

World Cup Musings: Spurs Strikers Not The Answer To England’s Problems

There have been times when watching England has been something of a relief for a long-suffering Spurs fan, but those days seem to be long past. Watching this current England side labour to a goalless draw was incredibly frustrating. Against...

Which Former Spurs Skipper Conspired Against Glenn?

The former Spurs midfielder Rohan Ricketts has been writing a series of articles for the excellent Sabotage Times. His latest effort examines what happens when a manager loses the dressing room, with Ricketts using his time at Spurs under...

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Key player to ‘reassess Spurs future’ after crunch Pochettino talks

Kyle Walker has discussed his Tottenham future with Mauricio Pochettino amid interest from Manchester City and Manchester United, according to The London Evening Standard. Walker...

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