The mental shift Spurs must make
As a sports coach the question you have to constantly ask yourself is, how can I improve myself, what more can I do to improve my coaching?That approach is the same approach the coaches at Tottenham s... [Read More]
Premier League - No problem with Sandro - Sherwood
Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood played down talk of any bad blood between him and Sandro after the midfielder was dropped for Saturday's 3-1 Barclays Premier [Read More]
Tottenham weigh up Danny Welbeck transfer
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AC Milan striker linked with Spurs switch
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THE FOOTBALL GRAPEVINE: Man United line up £50m Edinson Cavani as Robin van Persie's replacement
ROB SHEPHERD: Manchester United are ready to flex their muscles in the transfer market by taking on both Manchester City and Chelsea for PSG’s Edinson Cavani. [Read More]
Spurs need to go mental
Spurs must change their mental approach next season if we are to succeed in our annual quest for Champions League football. It won't happen with a manager waving a magic wand.This is an introductory a... [Read More]
Time for Tottenham to forget Sherwood era and start again
Daniel Levy must wield his managerial axe as soon as the Premier League season ends, writes Ben Snowball. [Read More]
Danny Rose has unsavoury spat with Spurs coach Tony Parks after Fulham win
Tottenham defender Danny Rose was involved in a heated argument with coach Tony Parkes after their 3-1 win over Fulham. [Read More]
Some post-match thoughts on Spurs 3-1 Fulham
Fulham had it all to play for today as the relegation battle reaches its final stages, on thirty points and in the drop zone the pressure was well and truly on. Tottenham on the other hand to an exten... [Read More]
You have to love Sherwood's honesty
“Good morning guys, just to let you know that I’m not injured! Hope that we can win the game today.” That was Sandro's tweet which was basically a frustrated player trying to pin the blame for him not... [Read More]

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