Oscar Wilde once said “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars” and this is what being Tottenham is about, even when things aren’t great, even when things are painfully average we look forward, we look to the stars and want more for our club.
If Harry Kane isn't fit enough to start, Jose Mourinho's men tend to lack a little spark in the final third, and fans will be hoping that Daniel Levy sanctions the signing of another forward this summer
In recent times, Spurs have come unstuck on numerous occasions when without Kane, having to rely on underwhelming options
When French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced that all sporting events, including the ones played behind closed doors, would be banned in France until September, it was a mild shock. Home to one of Europe’s ‘Big Five’ leagues, it was the first to hop off the fence and announce an official decision. The date on which this news broke was April 28th, a day on which 328 new Covid-19 deaths were announced in France. It was a month in which thousands of people died from the novel disease so the announcement had a tinge of inevitability about that. Fast forward... Read more »
This lockdown, this year, has been a surreal journey that has punctured our lives in more ways than one. So even if it isn’t quite normality it’s something to bridge us towards the end of summer and the start of a proper season. Whatever ‘proper’ will look like.
Football is back. But at what cost to players and supporters?
His impact was instantaneous to say the least. Despite tasting defeat in his debut away to Bolton, Palacios would steer Spurs to only three loses from their remaining 14 games.
I'm glad Spurs are back. I am. I'm simply not bothered as much as the authorities and TV expect me to be. I need normality elsewhere to return first.