Saturday’s win at Swansea stopped a run of two straight defeats in the league and hopefully it will start the club off on another unbeaten set of results as we look to close out the season. Scott Parker was at the heart of Spurs’ midfield once again and the England man hopes that the club can move on positively from the win.

“Swansea put us under pressure the longer the game went on. They are a very good team and we had to show a different side to our character at the end,” Parker said.

“We did that to grind out the result and it’s a massive result for us. Before the game started, winning was always going to be the most important thing and we managed to come away with the three points.

“That was crucial after a couple of defeats in the league, we’ve stopped the rot, picked up a big win and now we move on again.”

Hopefully the Swansea win will be seen as a turning point and after our twelve game unbeaten run had been ended, twelve games from now, another unbeaten spell will surely see us hold on to that top four slot and could also end with another Glory Night in Europe.



  1. A turning point from what? Why are football fans often such drama queens? We were unlucky to lose against Liverpool having been the better team, and we lost to Fulham after a tactical balls up in Europe from AVB saw us completely knackered for the league game at the weekend. Now? Normal service is resumed. We will probably lose between now and the end of the season, and so will those around us. I still fancy us for third.

  2. I guess us Spurs fans are just more jittery than most at this point of the season. We have seen our beloved Spurs blow excellent positions way to many times before. So it helps that the players are keeping a cool head with the tough schedule ahead. C O Y S

  3. Fingers crossed but I am a bit nervy of our run-in viz chelski and l’arse, then again chelski are getting quite a fixture backlog and that might help us. Wish we had a bigger squad though – loaning out townsend and rose was NOT a good idea. Levy should have added one more decent signing too in January, could have made all the difference, even Remy would have helped!!
    Gonna be another white knuckle ride methinks……

    • When we play Man City we will have had ten days rest, they will be playing their third game in eight days. Chelsea are handicapped by their manager wanting silverware rather than fourth place, and Arsenal’s best player is out for the season. They are very excited about having comfortably beaten the team rooted to the bottom of the table but they will not win all their games any more than we will.


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