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    Jose Mourinho’s Bipolar Express

    So, we have made it to the week Spurs optimists have been praying for—a week that sees us fall in line with our true level of ability, of our manager’s cup-run-ready style of play. I talk, of course, about the Europa League. So, we demolished Austria’s third best team. We release Mr. Bale and his […] More

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    Thin Ice, Jose; Thin Ice

    Where do I begin? It has been a testing few weeks, to put it lightly. Spurs lost away to Brighton, then at home Chelsea, all of which came after the Spursiest of defeats at home to Liverpool. Of all those performances, it is hard to choose the worst, considering just how dire (or Dier) we […] More

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    The Dele Dilemma – or Delemma

    There must be many of you reading this to whom Spurs are a recent life’s addition. Your interest may have been piqued by Pochettino’s rise as Spurs’ greatest coach of this Millenium. Others like me – I hope – have suffered through the many highs and mostly lows of being a Spurs fan, and still […] More

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    The Special One

    A lot has happened in the last few weeks. Spurs, as ever, seem to be the center of attention in the sports press: players skirting lockdown; former legend Mauricio Pochettino finding a new project in Paris Saint Germain (with an inexorable state of worry drifting into the Spurs faithful about Dele or Hugo Llloris joining […] More

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    Jose Mourinho’s Spurs Bus

    Jose Mourinho has probably had more soundbites and quotable moments than most managers; there cannot be another manager better suited to press conferences than him. Whether it is his ‘special one’ revelation to the UK sports press; his ‘little horse’ metaphor when asked whether his Chelsea were in a three-horse race for the title; or […] More

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    How The Pandemic Had A Silver Lining For Tottenham

    In the All or Nothing Amazon documentary, there is a scene in which Jose Mourinho, having already lost nearly all his big stars, is given the news that Son may be out with a fractured arm for the rest of the season. His reaction portrays a desperation, even jesting that Sonny, ” … in this […] More

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    Do Spurs Have The Best Mid-Field In The Premier League?

    When Spurs made it to the Champions League final, the club had not won an away match since the departure of Moussa Dembele in January, and the midfield of Winks, Sissoko, and Eriksen were humbled by Liverpool’s trio of Henderson, Wijnaldum, and Fabinho. After the final, Christian Eriksen’s head was turned by the prospect of […] More

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    Harry Kane: A Legacy. A True Tottenham Hotspur.

    On Thursday night under the watchful eyes of no fans, Spurs’ Harry Kane hit the double century mark of an incredible Tottenham career. In 300 appearances, he has netted 200 club career goals. Now 27, he is in the zenith of his striking powers, having been involved in 22 goals in 13 appearances this season […] More