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Thoughts from The Boleyn

It’s very easy to get carried away with a first result away from home in the opening game of the season against an old rival like West Ham, and to be fair it was a great feeling when Eric Diers composed finish ended up in the back of the net continuing a fine tradition of winning at The Boleyn in extra time, but there was a lot more to this game than an away win. There was a lot of interest in how Spurs would line up and set themselves out in Pochettinos first competitive outing as our manager and…

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The Story So Far

To be fair there is not much of a story so far. Since Mauriccio Pochettino has arrived at White Hart Lane we have seen five pre-season games, 4 signings and the usual ITK and rumour (Some of which seems more likely than most). In those five games a number of players that we probably won’t see a lot of have had some time on the pitch (indeed Falque has departed for Genoa for example) and some of our bigger names haven’t featured at all. We’ve seen the same old defensive slip ups at times, the same glaring sitters missed, 16…

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New Manager – New start – New Signings?

This is a new start for Tottenham Hotspur (We’ve been here before, all too often) with a new manager (Been here a few times recently) and maybe some new signings (been here as well) and hopefully the horrors of last season will be consigned to the dustbin of forgotten history The high line that Pochettino may be similar in some respects to the style AVB tried to adopt but hopefully we will move the ball forwards quicker once we have possession. Something that seemed to serve many of the sides in the world cup quite well. The questions has to…

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