From Thailand to Morocco and a few places in-between, Karl Harrington has called a few countries home. The love for football and the mighty Spurs have helped him form many friendships along the way.
The morning after the night before. Where does the blame start and end? Because in football, someone is always at fault.
Danny Rose caused quite a stir after his interview with a certain newspaper at the start of the season. Fred Kavanagh believes a subsequent interview shed a little more light on him and those in similar situations.
In response to an article we published after Saturday's game, 'Henry Hotspur' has a more pessimistic view. Let's hope he's wrong...
Losing to them always hurts. That will never change. But something felt different for Tim Fray after Saturday's game.
Back from living abroad, Hanik Kotecha is now a season ticket holder.at Wembley. Does he feel like more of a fan now?
Before tonight's big game vs Real Madrid, Vass takes a look at Spurs and just how far we've come under Mauricio Pochettino.
Is there any loyalty left in football? Is it realistic to expect players to stay? Sam Boroudjou asks these questions of our current crop.