Spurs

Out of our hands – yet again
There is a lot in this article, but, I feel, all relevant. Same old, same old. I have mentioned many times that we generally ‘blow it’ year in, year out, and as usual it’s the same... [Read More]
 
Some post-match thoughts on Chelsea 2-2 Spurs
Anyone wanting an eyewitness account should look elsewhere, I had to rely on the radio and Talkshite for commentary on this one. Sam Mattaface is ok but Collymore barking about his tweets and trying t... [Read More]
 
Player Ratings: Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham
A draw was just about a fair result at Stamford Bridge to see Spurs continue their hopes of finishing in the top 4. A win was ideally needed; but a resilient comeback against an in-form and creative C... [Read More]
 
AVB: It’s not over
It’s always a decent result when any side takes a point away from Stamford Bridge but with chances to bury the game after Gylfi’s late equaliser, fans will be despondent this morning after Spurs faile... [Read More]
 
AVB praises Adebayor’s performance
Emmanuel Adebayor was praised by his manager Andre Villas-Boas after his goalscoring display against Chelsea. The forward caused somewhat of a stir among Spurs fans when he was selected ahead of Jerma... [Read More]
 
AVB: We wanted to win
Andre Villas-Boas remains hopeful that Tottenham can still snatch a place in the Champions League despite our 2-2 draw at Chelsea. We all were looking to come away from Stamford Bridge with all three ... [Read More]
 
Chelsea v Spurs: Choose your Man of the Match
Throughout the 2012/13 season we’re giving you the chance to choose your Spurs Man of the Match. Spurs were in Premier League action against Chelsea on Wednesday evening and we’re asking our fellow Sp... [Read More]
 
Dawson: It’s out of our hands
Michael Dawson admits that the race for Champions League football is now out of our hands following our 2-2 draw at Chelsea, but insists the team will keep battling on. With two games remaining we are... [Read More]
 
Still in the mix
So it’s not the result we were looking for but it’s not a major disaster either, Spurs battled hard in the second half to rescue a point and might have even stolen a win in the end if Gare... [Read More]
 
THE TEAMS: Chelsea vs Spurs
Chelsea: Cech; Azpilicueta, Ivanovic, Cahill, Cole; Luiz, Ramires; Oscar, Mata, Hazard; Torres Subs: Tottenham: Lloris, Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto; Lennon, Huddlestone, Parker, Holtby; A... [Read More]
 

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