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11th February 2017

Make Lamela great again

With rumours of injuries, family emergencies and dog grief delaying our Argentinian's comeback, Karl Harrington looks at Erik Lamela's time with the club and what he can potentially bring to the team on his return.

31st January 2017

Are Tottenham still a stepping stone?

Over the last few years at White Hart Lane we've been burnt by the individuals who stood head and shoulders above their teammates, today however, thanks to Pochettino and co, there is a real sense of unity and a common goal for the whole squad, is our time as a stepping stone at an end? Vass discusses.

31st January 2017

Heung-Min Son: Impactful and influential

After an average start to his Spurs career, Heung-Min Son is finally starting to make a role for himslef in Pochettino's plans, but what does the future hold for him? Nathan Weaver discusses our South Korean dynamo.

30th January 2017

Bloody Tourists

After moving to Australia, Paul Fellowes discovered a whole new way of supporting the team we love. With an impending return trip to the Lane, he asks the question... Am I a "tourist"?

24th January 2017

Wimmer, Wimmer, Chicken Dinner

With Vertonghen injured, Fraser Bernstein reviews the City game and wonders if Kevin Wimmer has what it takes to fill the gap.

17th January 2017

Glory at White Hart Lane?

John Payne wants it all. No half measures, no resting, no shuffling. Seize each moment, seize each opportunity. To dare is to do.

17th January 2017

Ryan Mason: Friends Reunited

Ritch Groves had fallen out of love with Spurs, the off-field antics and sacking of Martin Jol had finally broken him, then one day in a League Cup match, a local lad stepped up. Ryan Mason, the serial loanee reminded Ritch what it was to love Spurs. From that moment on, he had his Tottenham back.

5th January 2017

At full-strength, nothing can stop us

The Chelsea game was the final big test in an extremely satisfying festive period. Fraser Bernstein wonders how far we can go with a full-strength team.