When were Spurs first? Never. Tottenham Hotspur went on a 9 game win streak in the league from the 4-0 demolition of Stoke City on the 26th of February, to the 1-0 upset by West Ham on the 5th of May, undoubtedly a run of results worthy of a league winner, yet still Chelsea maintained
Both Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher included Tottenham Hotspur centre-back Toby Alderweireld in their teams of the season recently. It’s not hard to see why – and they certainly won’t be the only ones to do so. Alongside Alderweireld in most similar line-ups sits Chelsea-equivalent David Luiz. In the PFA Premier League Team of the
23 year old Harry Kane has stomped the branding of ‘one season wonder’ completely into the ground after overtaking Everton’s Romelu Lukaku as the Premier League’s highest goal scorer. The Hotspur hero has slammed home a whopping 26 goals this season, despite being restricted to only 29 appearances after ligament damage to his ankle. The
In 2015, Tottenham signed a little-known 18 year-old central midfielder from League 1 side MK Dons. But two Premier League young player of the year awards later, Dele Alli is one of the most sought-after players in English football; having become Spurs’ star man. His form has linked him with some of the biggest clubs
Spurs played their final home game at White Hart Lane on Sunday, after 118 years at the ground. It was an emotional occasion with a ‘farewell’ event after the game. The Lane is synonymous with passion and atmosphere. The pitch lies within touching distance of the fans who fill the stadium with ceremonial songs and
Tottenham said goodbye to the historic White Hart Lane after playing 2,533 games, and it was a day of celebration as Spurs beat Manchester United 2-1. Goals from Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane sent the Spurs fans in ecstasy as the Red Devils looked like a 89 year old walking a dog—old, sluggish, and lost.
In summer 2013, Tottenham fans will remember the club narrowly missed out on a UEFA Champions League place at the hands of rivals Arsenal. Their star man Gareth Bale soon followed and was sold to Real Madrid for a world-record £86 million. When they went to reinvest, instead of going for a similar replacement for
It’s an old saying – but patience really is a virtue. In modern football, patience is arguably more important than ever for squad players. Take Cesc Fabregas at Chelsea, Daniel Sturridge at Liverpool or even Lucas Perez at Arsenal. All three will no doubt be frustrated at a lack of game time this season. And
After 22 years, it finally happened. Banners saying “St. Totteringham’s Day: CANCELLED” and “Arsene Wenger we want you to stay” filled everything but the away section at White Hart Lane. The North London Derby finished 2-0 to the hosts as Arsenal’s hopes for Champion’s League football crumbled and the fight for the Premier League crown
Tottenham are eyeing up Bournemouth hot-shot Joshua King, according to The Mirror. The Norwegian striker has been in scintillating form since the turn of the year, netting 17 goals in 2017 – his goals have contributed to another year of survival for Eddie Howe’s team. His tally in 2017 has been beaten only by Harry
Friday night’s Premier League offering is a London derby that could have huge ramifications for the title race with Tottenham Hotspur making their first trip to West Ham’s London Stadium. The Hammers are all but safe now and have little to play for in their remaining games, whilst Pochettino’s Spurs are looking to build on
As a Chelsea fan, I only recognize one London club. I must admit however that this was a truly big game in north London. Spurs were 7 points behind after an impressive win at Everton, where we won 0-3. While on the other hand, Arsenal continue to seek a place in next season Champions League.
It has long been known that under Mauricio Pochettino’s stewardship, Tottenham Hotspur have moved above Arsenal in terms of quality. This was illustrated perfectly in Sunday’s North London derby as the hosts cruised to a 2-0 victory which mathematically secured a finish above the Gunners for the first time in Arsene Wenger’s tenure. The
Kyle Walker faces an uncertain future at Tottenham Hotspur, reports The Telegraph. The England right-back will decide his future after talks with Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino at the end of the season. The speedy full-back has impressed this season and has garnered many admirers, in the Premier League and across Europe. Serious interest There
Tottenham made quick work of Bournemouth as they breezed past their opponents with a 4-0 victory at White Hart Lane to register their seventh successive Premier League victory of the campaign: a fate last matched by the 1967 side. The early Saturday kick off narrowed Chelsea’s lead at the helm to just four points, which