A Few Bad Apples or The Whole Barrel?

In his blunt-as-a-rubber-mallet post-match interview on Saturday, Tim Sherwood voiced something that’s been in the back of my mind for a while now – the fact that some of the players in the squad just don’t care. It’s something that many of us don’t really want to face up to, because there’s no easy fix. We can discuss various positions, ... Read More »

Spurs Supporters – A sense of Pride

No not the ones that sing their lungs out from the stands at white hart lane every week… nor the ones that travel all over the country to sit in rain, hail, snow and freezing cold winds to  cheer the lads on in away games… It goes without saying that they are the heartbeat of the club and they deserve ... Read More »

Timbo Limbo

Reports are coming in that the manager virus HRAVB1 from 2011/12/13 has mutated and is infecting Spurs fans around the globe. The new TimboLimbo strain as its being called (HRAVB2) has apparently infected a large percentage of fans and an epidemic code red warning has been released by the WHO. The CDC has apparently traced the outbreak back and found the first ... Read More »

AVB needs to learn to stop worrying and love our team

Eleven games into the season and the optimism that surrounded White Hart Lane this summer has soured. Despite only being five points off the top of the table, it has been a frustrating season for the new-look Spurs. “9 goals in 11 games” is the statistic every fan is sick of hearing, but it only tells part of the story. ... Read More »

Spurs: All In for the Next Season

  Tottenham Hotspur and Their New Additions While the Gareth Bale rumours continue to fill the papers’ headlines, the Spurs are busy finalizing off season transfer moves to boost the strength of the team’s roster. Over the years, the White Hart Lane has been graced with several competent players including Premier League legend Teddy Sheringham – , who is now ... Read More »

Does the Premiership need goal-line technology?

The debate about goal-line technology in football has been rumbling for years now, and the events already in the Euros – specifically the Ukraine’s wrongly disallowed goal against England – have ensured that it is set to remain high on the agenda. Already notorious FIFA President Sepp Blatter has stated on Twitter that such technology is now “a necessity.” However ... Read More »

Memories of White Hart Lane – Moments in time Part 3

My dad had a friend who was a sports photographer for the Daily Mail. He attended “A LOT” of Spurs games during the late 70’s and early 80’s, including FA CUP FINALS, CHARITY SHIELDS, FA CUP ROUNDS, and EUROPEAN GAMES. I was given a stack of unused Press Association black and white prints from around 1978 through to the mid ... Read More »

Memories of White Hart Lane – Moments in time

30 years ago, I was a Tottenham crazy teenager….. My dad, (was also Tottenham mad), had a friend who was a sports photographer for the Daily Mail. He attended “A LOT” of Spurs games during the late 70’s and early 80’s, including FA CUP FINALS, CHARITY SHIELDS, FA CUP ROUNDS, and EUROPEAN GAMES. As a sports photographer (remember this was ... Read More »

Memories of White Hart Lane – Goodbye old west stand 1980

I remember as the 70’s turned into the 80’s, and development of WHITE HART LANE was beginning. In November 1980, work started to demolish the OLD WEST STAND (to be replaced with the current structure), and as a result of this capacity was reduced, making it extremely difficult to obtain tickets (for all ticket games – as it was pay ... Read More »

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