TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR play host to Arsenal on January 16, a clash of two teams still trying to find their most comfortable place in the third decade of the 21st century. Both made hard work of their FA Cup third round … Continue reading North London clash is still the capital’s biggest derby
ANOTHER week, another Covid battering for one of Europe’s big football institutions. This time, it’s Tottenham Hotspur, who announced a pre-tax loss of £ 80.2 million for 2020-21 and an increase in their net debts of over £ 100 million. … Continue reading The losses and debts increase for Tottenham
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR may just have made their most important managerial hiring since Bill Nicholson took the job in October 1958. Certainly, Antonio Conte is the most sought-after coach they have hired in a long time, and you can count José … Continue reading Spurs hire big, but Conte’s stay won’t be the start of a dynasty
NUNO Espirito Santo has been shown the door by Tottenham Hotspur after just 10 Premier League games and a 50% win rate. Admittedly, they were woeful against Manchester United in their last game, a 3-0 defeat at their gleaming new … Continue reading Did Tottenham know their man and do they know who they really want next?
THEY used to say that when there was a 1 at the end of a year, Tottenham Hotspur would always win a trophy. Well, we’ve had 2011 and 2021 and the Spurs haven’t won anything since 2008. But way back in time, … Continue reading Tottenham Hotspur’s best teams?
OUR HEROES are being taken away from us with alarming speed. Those icons of the bubble gum card era are disappearing one-by-one. The 1966 World Cup winning squad has been decimated in recent years, Jimmy Greaves, the finalist that never … Continue reading Farewell, Jimmy Greaves – the greatest goal man