Why Footballers Wearing A Poppy Is Not A Hollow Gesture

Tottenham and Sunderland will play each other tomorrow with a poppy emblazoned on their shirts. In fact, 18 of the Premier League's clubs have declared that their shirts will feature a poppy in this weekend's matches, with just Manchester...

5 Reasons To Keep Things In Perspective

We're all still a little down after the Arsenal defeat, but there's reason to be cheerful. In fact, there's five of them. 5. It's Been A Decent Start 19 points after 11 games is still our best start to the...

Headphonesgate: Which Spurs Striker Caused Air Rage?

The Times broke the story yesterday, in which airline staff spilled the beans about what it was like to deal with the stars of the Premier League at several thousand feet. Manchester United were singled out for particular praise, being...

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...

Why Can’t Spurs Beat Arsenal?

The last time Tottenham beat Arsenal in a league game was back in 1999 and the last time they won away from home was in 1993. Even that victory came on the last day of the season, just days...

The Reason Behind My Dislike Of The X-Factor’s Danyl Johnson

There has just been something that I didn't like about the X-Factor's Danyl Johnson that I couldn't quite put my finger on. Then during Saturday's match it dawned on me...

Match Review And Highlights: Arsenal 3 Tottenham Hotspur 0

I know the nights are drawing in, but it's not Christmas already Tottenham. Our side handed Arsenal three gift wrapped goals yesterday, but in truth we got exactly what we deserved from the game. We contained and frustrated them...

Carling Cup Draw

Blackburn v Chelsea Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Portsmouth v Aston Villa Manchester City v Arsenal Bollocks.

Match Preview: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

The moment that every Spurs fan looks forward to and dreads in equal measure, is here again. A chance to get one over on those loudmouthed Gooners that lurk on every corner, but conversely, also a gilt-edged opportunity for...

Rio Ferdinand To Spurs: Lazy Journalism Award Goes To The Daily Mail

The Daily Mail have taken a break from moaning about the BBC to print a story which claims that Rio Ferdinand will join Spurs in the summer. It must be an easy job to come up with this stuff. Rio...