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Auf Wiederschen, Herr Wimmer
And goodbye to the League Cup as well… I’m not sure which of the two are least worthy. But as for our unhappy Austrian, well sir, you had your chance tonight and now Poch has every reason to bur... [Read More]
Is our transfer policy really all good?
As we sit all plump eyed on a Monday, it is hard to look back on the weekend in any real positives. We have dropped out of the top four and rode our luck at times against a team who have a fairly aver... [Read More]
Time for change?
After nine games in the Premier League table looks like this.     GD   Pts 1 Man City   11 20 2 Arsenal   10 20 3 Liverpool   9 20 4 Chelsea   10 19 5 T... [Read More]
What has happened to Eriksen?
Spurs endured a tough away game in Germany on Tuesday, but the one occurring question after the 0-0 against Bournemouth was the continued frustration of Eriksen’s below-par performances. The Dan... [Read More]
Lack of Focus Dooms Attack (Again)
When Harry Kane’s is playing, Spurs attack is a clean, organised machine. It has focus, drive, purpose and a plan.  Everything in attack runs through him and all the other pieces – Alli th... [Read More]
What is the Opposite of Clinical?
I guess title pretender is as good a definition as any. Or at least until “Harry we’ve REALLY missed ye” returns. What was not surprising was Bournemouth’s energy and our early sluggishness. That’s wh... [Read More]
Hurry up Harry!
Worthy though the point gleaned yesterday by Heroic Hugo was, it could have been more. Three times as more… erm, many, in fact. The first half performance was one to be proud of but as on Saturd... [Read More]
Fair Result, Fair Performance
The fatigue was obvious in the second half. As was the undeniable fact that this team defends so much better with Alderweireld than without. We could—make that should—have scored in the first half thr... [Read More]
Can We Go Back to International Break? “Forget it Jake.. It’s Tony Pulis”
Just because it was both frustrating and thrilling doesn’t mean the ache of having seen it all before won’t linger long after the final whistle. By halftime all but the Alderweireld injury—and I worri... [Read More]
Time to Step Up
 “Pep has suffered his first defeat at Manchester City” was the ecstatic final piece of commentary Martin Tyler gave after yet another victory under magic Mauricio. The ever-so boring  int... [Read More]

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