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15th December 2014

Spurs and football used to be fun

Vass Koni has been watching Spurs a long time and there is very little he hasn't seen but how do the modern Spurs brand compare to the club he grew up watching? Has the fun been sucked from the game?

11th December 2014

La 25 Export: It doesn’t have to be glory or guns

In recent weeks we have seen many comments about how people no longer feel part of Spurs and how estranged the club has become from its community, but what happens if you make a stand and try and unite a broken area with football? Across the other side of the world in a poor part of Colombia, two men gave up their day jobs to do just that. Football isn't more important than life, but it can, in its simplest form give a life to a family, individual and community.

7th October 2014

Spurs are flagging

Over the last few days a lot has been spoken and tweeted about regarding the LGBT flag on display at White Hart Lane. Oly makes his debut on The Fighting Cock front page and gives his views on the situation.

3rd October 2014

My Soldado sorrow

When he signed we couldn't contain our joy. Soldado was a top European striker, who had come from sunny Spain to play at White Hart Lane. Surely glory was just around the corner? Today though watching him toil away in our shirt is a sorry sight. He should have been great.

30th September 2014

An ode to Arsenal away

Elliot Rogers makes his debut on The Figthing Cock by talking us through Tottenham's trip to the Emirates via The Dolphin.

15th August 2014

The Fighting Cock predicts

The Fighting Cock is world renowned for it's tactical insight and understanding the nuances of football. So what do the team and guests predict for Mauricio Pochettino's first season at the helm? Glory? Disaster? Who have we tipped for an almighty season and who would be the ultimate guest on this season's pod?

25th July 2014

The madness of the transfer window

Will Colwell makes his d├ębut on The Fighting Cock by examining the madness that sweeps over the media and the majority of football fans every summer.