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Are Benny’s days numbered?

As Danny Rose continued to get a prolonged run out in the side during last week’s Barclay’s Asia Trophy matches, regular left back Benoit Assou-Ekotto waited patiently on the sidelines as his deputy took the opportunity to stake a...

Happy?

It’s the Monday morning after the nightmare weekend before and not only are we facing up to the reality of no Champions League football, there is the gloating of West Ham supporters whose team climbed the mighty summit of...

We Haven’t Bought A Striker, But We Must Pretend We Did

If you had asked any Spurs fan what type of player we needed to sign this summer, the majority would have said that we could do with a striker. Instead we bought a reserve goalkeeper, an ex-Gooner defender, a defensive...

Could Keane’s Replacement Be Not Too Far Away?

I've stuck up a lot for Robbie Keane on this blog, but I've an increasingly nagging feeling that he's just never going to produce the goods in his second spell at White Hart Lane. He looked really off the pace...

Twitter reacts to Harry Kane’s 30th goal of the season

Harry Kane scored his 30th goal of the season as Tottenham beat Newcastle United 3-1 at St James' Park. It was the striker's 20th league goal of the campaign, sealing the points late on for Spurs after goals from Nacer...

How Redknapp’s ambition could derail Spurs

Quite recently, over one or seven pints, a very salient point was made by my father who is also a Tottenham fan and it's one that a large proportion of Spurs supporters have been doing a good job of...

Who Was Tottenham’s Greatest Player Of The Noughties?

It's now 2010 and in ten years time we'll be looking back at the upcoming decade with 2020 hindsight. Hopefully we'll all be left feeling slightly embarrassed by Tottenham's domination of domestic and European football. The decade just gone has...

Defoe: Club Legend or ‘Flat-Track Bully’?

By Martin Cloake One of football’s great clichés is that a player’s record speaks for itself. For many fans, the example of Jermain Defoe undermines that assertion. He’s a great goalscorer whose goalscoring prowess is still questioned, the European goalscoring...

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...

The Difference That Lennon Makes To Spurs: The Statistics

While David Bentley has done pretty well in recent games, I don't think that there's many Spurs supporters who wouldn't want Aaron Lennon back in the team, as soon as he's fit. This could be as soon as our...

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Tottenham interested in Netherlands international – report

Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Dutch winger Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld, according to reports in the Netherlands. The Club Brugge star made just 12 appearances...

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