Post 73 Chelsea 1 v Spurs 3 I watched Spurs win at the Bridge on a big projector screen at my brother-in-law’s with his Chelsea supporting children. I prefer to be at my home for Spurs’ games on TV but it was Easter Sunday so we made an exception. And what a good decision that […]Read more "Momentum"
Post 61 Southampton 1 Spurs 1 A poor, uninspired performance by Spurs left 2 points on the table. We should have picked up all 3 and in failing to do so lost the chance to move level with Liverpool in 4th, albeit Liverpool’s loss to Swansea the following night left the gap at 2 points. […]Read more "Spurs rise up the table"
Post 60 18th January 2018 I started this Blog nine months ago. Spurs had just crushed Bournemouth 4-0 in the Spring sunshine. Since then I’ve sometimes asked myself why. I’m a private person. I’m not that interested in whether people find it, or read it, or not. I’m no good at technology or graphics. I […]Read more "The Story so Far #3"
Post 59 It’s Contract Time ! Rumblings out of THFC suggest that a raft of new contracts are in the offing, including Toby’s long-stalled renewal, plus extensions and raises for Kane, Dele, Eriksen and Son, with others possible too. Toby’s a special case with his existing complex contract (involving an extension option that triggers a release […]Read more "Contract Time"
Post 56 Spurs 3 AFC Wimbledon 0 The world’s 3rd Most Valuable Player notched 2 more goals as Spurs dispatched a spirited Wimbledon in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup. We have now been drawn to play away at Newport County in the 4th Round. It’s a shame for Newport’s club (financially) and their […]Read more "MVC"
Post 46 The international break came at a very fortunate time. Not just for Spurs, who had several injured players able to rest up for a week, but for me too. A busy schedule at work has prevented me from thinking about football much, let alone blogging about it. I missed England’s 0-0 stalemate with […]Read more "Money Talks"
Post 26 18th August 2017 What does our club stand for? At this crucial time for Spurs, it is important that the club stands for something more than financial prudence. On the pitch, Spurs have long been known for playing a certain type of football – entertaining, with a flourish – even if at times […]Read more "Standing for Something"