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Adebayor Proving His Worth Under Sherwood

Ben McAleer | Posted 06.03.2014 | UK Sport
Ben McAleer

Perhaps André Villas-Boas' biggest mistake as Tottenham head coach was to not utilise Emmanuel Adebayor. The Togolese has previously been recognised as a disruptive dressing room influence, yet, under the stewardship of Tim Sherwood, has shown why he deserves a starting spot at White Hart Lane.

Duggan Vigil Will Not Stop Spurs Match

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Sport

Tottenham have confirmed that their game against Crystal Palace will go ahead on Saturday despite a clash with a planned vigil for Mark Duggan. Dug...

Spurs Striker Confirms Move To MLS

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Sport

Tottenham have confirmed that striker Jermain Defoe is leaving the club to join Major League Soccer side Toronto FC. Rumours surrounding a possible...

Police To Probe Anti-Semitic Tweets After Arsenal-Spurs clash

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Sport

Police are investigating alleged anti-semitic twitter exchanges following the FA Cup third round tie between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. Scotlan...

Andre Villas-Boas: Manager of the People

Tristan Cross | Posted 05.03.2014 | UK Sport
Tristan Cross

I like Andre Villas-Boas because he's just some guy, like me. He isn't your usual model of seasoned ex-pro, having already enjoyed a playing career unobtainable to us footballing incompetent hoi-polloi, then becoming doubly enviable with their next career move upstairs. He is just some guy who managed to become a football manager.

Were Spurs and West Brom Right to Sack AVB and Steve Clarke?

Ashley Khossousi | Posted 16.02.2014 | UK Sport
Ashley Khossousi

This past weekend cost two notable Premier League managers their jobs, with Andre Villas Boas's sacking from Spurs being the most high-profile. The Portuguese manager got the axe on Monday morning after his Tottenham side slumped to a thumping 5-0 mauling at the hands of Liverpool in front of their own White Hart Lane faithful on Sunday afternoon.

A Jewish Perspective on the Y-Word Debate

Ally Livingston | Posted 25.11.2013 | UK Sport
Ally Livingston

The Y-word debate is once more encompassing the footballing community. To opponents of its usage, it is an abhorrent term that never should have found its way into match-day vocabulary. Contrastingly, advocates of the term contend that language is understood in context, not just one word. As such, chanting 'yid army' does not equate to condoning anti-Semitism.

Time to Choose a Football Team

Aaron Safir | Posted 22.11.2013 | UK Sport
Aaron Safir

At primary school, boys in my class would come to verbal and physical blows over it. It left me perplexed, that level of identification. "We" didn't thrash you at the weekend, Arsenal did. You had nothing to do with it as far as I can tell. You aren't Arsenal, or Man City, or whoever. Now that I'm older I can recognize the thought process behind identifying yourself with a larger group. And so it makes sense to me that fans should feel such a way, even if I don't feel it... yet.

All Quiet on the Deadline Day Front for Spurs

Steve Towells | Posted 14.11.2013 | UK Sport
Steve Towells

The final day bedlam wasn't just reserved for the stewardship of Harold James Redknapp, either, wheeler-dealer extraordinaire. André Villas-Boas was a bold and progressive appointment for Spurs but he, too, was kept sweating in his first window with the club.

Tottenham Hotspur Must Keep Gareth Bale

Duncan Tucker | Posted 28.09.2013 | UK Sport
Duncan Tucker

The likelihood is that Bale will be just as sought after next summer; he will be a more developed player ready to step up to the very highest level; and he will still have many years ahead of him to claim the kind of silverware that teams like Madrid can offer him.

Spurs: Ultimately, What IS the Point of Them?

Rob Atkinson | Posted 26.07.2013 | UK Sport
Rob Atkinson

Spurs have two major problems: the first is that they haven't been Champions since 1961 - a major flaw for a club with any pretensions to size and a place in the forefront of the game. The second problem may be succinctly summed-up as 'Arsenal FC'.

Why I Am Excited About Arsenal's 2013/14 Season

Abhinav Kini | Posted 15.05.2013 | UK Sport
Abhinav Kini

Arsenal can only improve now. With rumoured targets in Stevan Jovetic, Ashley Williams and more, we are finally improving rather than replacing - something Wenger has sought to do for a long time now. This season is yet to be concluded, but boy, am I ready for next season.

Gareth Bale Diving: Is The Tottenham Midfielder Turning Into The Next Tom Daley? (PICTURES)

Posted 08.03.2013 | UK Sport

Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale could potentially grow to be one of the best players on the planet, but there's other parts of his game he needs to w...

Spurs Beat Arsenal To Go 7 Points Clear Of North London Rivals (PICTURES)

Elliot Wagland | Posted 04.05.2013 | UK Sport

Tottenham beat Arsenal yesterday in a three goal thriller at White Hart Lane. Spurs came out on top in the North London derby as they replicated last ...

Andre Villas-Boas Is A Hot Contender For Manager of the Season

Jack Howes | Posted 03.05.2013 | UK Sport
Jack Howes

The virtually unanimous praise of Villas-Boas from Spurs players and even Monday's mass celebration on the touchline show a team that's united, happy and fully behind their manager. Either that or the Spurs squad are more deserving than Daniel Day-Lewis of an Academy Award for good acting at hiding their dislike so well.

Far-Right Hooligans Making Nazi Salutes Attack Spurs Supporters In France

Posted 21.02.2013 | UK

Tottenham Hotspur fans were set upon by about 50 masked thugs making Nazi salutes ahead of a football match in France. The club confirmed three fan...

Is a Champions League Spot Beyond Swansea?

Steve Towells | Posted 16.04.2013 | UK Sport
Steve Towells

Of course, a League Cup triumph and a top ten finish would represent another extraordinary season for the Liberty Stadium residents, but with no team side looking entirely convincing at the League's jazzy end, should they be aiming a little higher than mid-table security

Scott Parker Vs the World - Tottenham Star Upgraded to MVP

Steve Towells | Posted 03.04.2013 | UK Sport
Steve Towells

There's something reassuringly old-fashioned about Scott Parker as a footballer; the unflappable side-parting, the perma-grass-stained knees, the affection for bone-shuddering challenges.

The Hoopla About Hooper

Ally Livingston | Posted 29.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Ally Livingston

The stats are impressive but much of the transfer hype is based around a striker who is able to do a lot more than just score goals. He is excellent at holding the ball up, linking with other players and positioning himself during counter-attacks.

Why Spurs Can't Afford Another Quiet January Transfer Window

Steve Towells | Posted 26.03.2013 | UK Sport
Steve Towells

Alex Ferguson routinely pours scorn over the idea of recruitment at this time of year, but he should know more than most that for every Jean-Alain Boumsong or Ricardo Rocha there's a Nemanja Vidić or a Patrice Evra out there waiting to be snaffled up.

Sweetly Misguided - Y Word Campaign of Peter Herbert and David Baddiel, Part 2

Andrew Gold | Posted 27.01.2013 | UK Sport
Andrew Gold

I'm a Jewish Spurs supporter and have had a season-ticket for two decades. The Tottenham faithful have incessantly chanted Yid Army throughout that time. And while I have witnessed the occasional flurry of anti-Semitic chanting, it has been decidedly rare.

Tottenham's Ranks Are Brimming With Young Potential

Duncan Tucker | Posted 15.01.2013 | UK Sport
Duncan Tucker

While winning the Under-21 Premier League or the NextGen series may do little to excite the White Hart Lane faithful, the importance of such achievements should not be underestimated.

Why Spurs Fans Must Never Stop Singing The Y-Word

Andrew Gold | Posted 15.01.2013 | UK Sport
Andrew Gold

For Spurs fans, Yid is not synonymous with Jew. It incorporates all minorities and makes Tottenham unique as the outstanding multicultural, accepting club in Europe.

Andre Villas-Boas' Tottenham: Flattering to Deceive?

Scott Thompson | Posted 24.12.2012 | UK Sport
Scott Thompson

Signs of improvement are evident at White Hart Lane and the promise of an Andre Villas-Boas revolution is still alluring but there are just a couple of infuriatingly obvious errors of judgement which need to be ironed out.

Arsenal: Get You Excited, But Fail to Finish You Off!

Natasha Lytton | Posted 04.12.2012 | UK Sport
Natasha Lytton

You know that feeling when you've gone for a really good meal, but leave still feeling a bit hungry? That's the overwhelming feeling I've got from watching Arsenal so far this season. Don't get me wrong, it's not been a bad start...not exactly awe-inspiring, but still decent enough and with shinning beacons of promise (and don't we just love the words 'promise' and 'potential' at Arsenal!)