Post 78 Spurs 2 Watford 0 West Brom 1 Spurs 0 Spurs 1 Newcastle 0 Spurs 5 Leicester 4 And so, in the end, Spurs finished in 3rd place, with a CL spot, and some momentum to take into the 2018-2019 Season. The mood meter swung from ugly to positive within a matter of days. […]Read more "Limp Spurs finish with a flourish"
Post 75 Spurs 1 Man City 3 The last PL match Spurs lost was away at The Etihad in December. We were “out-thought, out-fought and outplayed” that day (Post 51) and I wrote that Guardiola has raised the bar. Yes, he has. But this time I want to call a spade a spade. I love […]Read more "Out-fought, out-thought, outplayed … again"
Post 66 Juventus 2 Spurs 2 If this is a rollercoaster, I love it. Yes, Spurs still have their dips. But the momentum built up over the past 3 years is definitely a case of “9 steps forward, 1 step back”. We have a young manager still evolving. His aides and coaches still learning. A […]Read more "Climb Every Mountain"
Post 48 Leicester 2 Spurs 1 (28/11) Watford 1 Spurs 1 (02/12) Spurs 3 Apoel 0 (CL) (06/12) In his press conference before today’s Stoke game, Pochettino is reported to have insisted that Spurs must learn their lessons from last Summer’s transfer window. “insists” is a cheap journalistic trick that has emerged over the last […]Read more "I insist"
Post 43 Spurs 3 Real Madrid 1 (Alli 2, Eriksen) (Ronaldo) Attendance: 83,782 In a few years’ time, 150,000 Spurs fans will undoubtedly all claim to have been amongst those at Wembley “the night we beat Real Madrid”! Of course, only about half that number were actually there to see it. Sadly, I wasn’t […]Read more "The Power of Three"
Post 40 25th October Tomorrow sees the release of Guillem Balague’s book “Brave New World”, an ‘authorised’ account of Spurs’ 2016-2017 Season interwoven with a biography of Pochettino’s life so far. Intriguingly, it is written by Balague in the first person as if it is autobiographical. Apparently, a lot of revision work went into striking the right […]Read more "The Story so Far #2"
Post 38 Spurs 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 2, Son, Dele), (Salah) Hoodoo? Spurs did for Liverpool yesterday with a comprehensive win despite only having 36% possession. Liverpool are meant to be Spurs’ bogey team. Wembley is meant to be a hoodoo ground for us. Both narratives were chewed and spat out by our players and […]Read more "Hoodoo? We do (words)"