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22nd November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

Peerless Kane Too Good For City

Goals from Heung-min Son and Giovani Lo Celso propelled Spurs to the Premier League's summit.

9th November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

Danger Sex

Spurs about to have it off with the fit married woman next door whilst her husband is outside washing the car and your missus is on her way home from a Tesco shop.

8th November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

Late Kane Winner Sends Spurs Top (for a bit)

The reaction that greeted the full-time whistle from the Spurs players and bench demonstrated that this was a game the North Londoners felt they had to win.

6th November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

Double Centurion Kane

Spurs were swarming all over the home side as the first half drew to a close. Bale, buoyed by his winner at the weekend, was enjoying his best outing since his return to the club.

2nd November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

Old Sergeant’s Syndrome

Mourinho is famous for his ‘guided discovery’ attacking approach, where players must work out problems for themselves. It means his teams can lack structure going forward, but it also allows for a great degree of freedom.

2nd November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

The Bale, the bad and the ugly

The game was not a spectacle I wish to experience again any time soon and yet I feel like we might have to. As long as the end result remains the same, I will accept and once again move onto the next.

2nd November 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

2723 Days Later – Bale Beauty Beats Brighton

Jose Mourinho's increasingly agitated presence on the sideline served to illustrate just how far the momentum had shifted in the Seagulls favour.

30th October 2020 | Never Mind The B*llocks

A Tale of Two Tottenhams

Occasionally, when the team is not ‘on it’ and when the free-flowing arrogance isn’t there to dismantle the opposition, you have to find another level, in the mid-range, to inspire opportunities to steal the points. It’s a mental thing, a state of mind.