Worth the Wait: Spurs topple Brighton to advance to the FA cup 5th round

It had been thirteen days since Spurs’ first team played a competitive match. Thirteen days since a disappointing result at Stamford Bridge. Thirteen days since we saw the likes of Hugo Lloris, Harry Kane, and Davinson Sanchez on the field, but as the old saying goes, “absence makes the heart grow fonder”… Looking at theContinue reading “Worth the Wait: Spurs topple Brighton to advance to the FA cup 5th round”

The Shove Seen ‘Round the World

Steven Bergwijn jumped to his feet after going down in the 18-yard box, and shoved Leicester’s Cağlar Söyüncü to the ground. Spurs fans around the world groaned as referee Jon Moss reached into his pocket and pulled out a yellow card to book the Dutchman. The careless 94th minute foul would waste precious seconds inContinue reading “The Shove Seen ‘Round the World”

Marine v Spurs – One Year On

161… One hundred sixty-one spaces… That is what separated Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and the Magpies of Marine AFC in the English football pyramid. There had never been a larger gap between two teams in the history of the FA Cup. Marine had already made it through seven rounds of the most arduous and prestigiousContinue reading “Marine v Spurs – One Year On”

Unlocking Potential

Looking back to August 2020 when Tottenham Hotspur completed the signing of Southampton skipper and Denmark international Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Spurs supporters assumed we were getting that midfield rock, and shield for the often underwhelming back four. During his first season at Spurs, that is what we saw, to an extent. Hojbjerg would often lead theContinue reading “Unlocking Potential”

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