Interview With Spurs Superfan Morris Keston!

The world is awash with the autobiographies of players and managers, but Superfan is the first biography that I can think of, which is based on the life of a fan. That fan is Morris Keston, a larger than life...

Daily Spurs Guide: Will We Cash In On Lucre Modric?

Today In Spurs History: 29th April 1967 - On this day in 1967 Tottenham took on Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup semi-final. Jimmy Greaves and Frank Saul scored the goals to give us a 2-0 lead and though Forest...

Message To Levy: Get Writing That Letter Of Complaint

So Manchester City have been allowed to sign Sunderland's Marton Fulop on an emergency loan until the end of the season, due to their goalkeeper crisis. Why? How is the position that they have got themselves in, any different to...

Daily Spurs Guide: RIP Sir Alf

Today In Spurs History: 28th April 1951 - Spurs clinched their first league championship on this day in 1951, after a 1-0 home win against Sheffield Wednesday. A goal from Len Duquemin sealed the win and the title, just a...

The Spurs Lookalike XI

Last week I published a list of professional lookalikes who eke a living from impersonating Spurs players. Most of you completely missed the point and started naming celebrities that look like Tottenham players. Well don't ever say that I...

Daily Spurs Guide: City Set Sights On Shilton, Yashin Or Buffon

Today In Spurs History: 27th April 1901 - On this day in 1901, Spurs won their first FA Cup final, triumphing 3-1 in a replay against Sheffield United. Cameron, Smith and Brown were on target for Tottenham, as we became...

Manchester United 3 Spurs 1: My Matchday Experience

It was an earlier than normal start for this game and it was still pitch black when my carer walks Kelly into my bedroom with my morning medication and a cup of tea. It is 4:15 AM, but despite this,...

England Shirt Competition Winners

Last week we launched a competition in tandem with SoccerPro, giving two TottenhamBlog readers the chance to win an England shirt. We had a great response, including a surprising amount of entrants from the USA and Scandinavia. Who knew...

Manchester United 3 Spurs 1: Not A Disaster

In many ways this was a depressingly familiar conclusion. We performed pretty well and with ten minutes to go, a draw looked like a result that we deserved. Then United hit us with a couple of late sucker punches...

Daily Spurs Guide: Hansen Shows Us Some Love

Today In Spurs History: 26th April 1946 - Ralph Coates was born on this day in 1946. Signed from Burnley, Coates played 248 times for Tottenham, scoring 23 goals. Amongst these strikes was the winner in the 1973 League Cup...