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Defensive work the key as Walker eyes forward strides

You ain’t seen nothing yet!

That’s the verdict of Tottenham talent Kyle Walker as he gears up for his competitive England debut. Continue reading

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Another new era looming at the Lane

Walking out of the ground with growing resignation of the misery to come, following the abject Spurs display against Norwich.

Enduring the Wembley way sheep herding after a humiliating thrashing at the hands of Chelsea.

Watching on as our North London rivals ease past us into third spot while Roberto di Matteo’s side storm into the Champions League final, to add to their FA Cup charge.

It’s been a bitter, depressing time. Continue reading

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Spurs: Half-term reports

So, 19 games played and we sit third in the table with our best points tally, at this stage, since the legendary 60-61 season.

Not too shabby and a position not too many fans would have predicted after two games.

So how have the players fared that have got us into this position?

Well here’s my half-term report, for those that have featured enough to merit a mark: Continue reading

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Window watch: Surely Harry’s bluffing

It’s going to be a quiet January for Spurs?

So Harry says… unless the ‘special player’ he keeps talking about is someway, somehow whisked to North London.

As for the identity of said ‘special player’ – Kaka, Leandro, Tevez – nobody bar Harry can be quite sure who fits the bill. Continue reading

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4-2-3-1

HARRY REDKNAPP last night launched the exciting 4-2-3-1 formation many Spurs fans have been mapping out all season.

Luka Modric was back in his favoured central role, pulling the strings, getting on the ball and tasked with minimal defensive responsibility.

Behind him was the axis of steel, in Brazilian powerhouse Sandro and skipper Scott Parker. Thou shalt not pass. Continue reading

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