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Premier League: Title Race Twists & Turns

Posted on 26 Dec, 2018, by in Soccer

Here we are, at the Premier League’s 2018-2019 season halfway mark, with a surprising situation at the top: Liverpool holding a lead of 6 points at the top over… Tottenham, … More

NBA Rumors – Warriors, Celtics, Heat, Thunder, Spurs & Clippers Closest to Signing Kevin Durant

Posted on 27 Jun, 2016, by in NBA

The biggest prize of this free agency, Kevin Durant, has his six meetings set up. Everyone wants to have a shot at signing him, but only the Oklahoma City Thunder, Boston Celtics, Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Clippers have a shot at signing him. More

Hoping Theo Walcott Isn’t the Last Player to Make Fun of Fans

Posted on 5 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

There was nothing abusive or malicious about Theo Walcott having a bit of fun with Spurs fans, pointing out what the result was while being taken off the pitch. No ‘giving them the finger’, no verbal abuse (not from his direction). Just an Arsenal player enjoying a win over their biggest rival. Unlike Jack Wilshere, we hope to see more of this from players in the sport. More

Match Highlights – Arsenal vs Tottenham

Posted on 4 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

The superiority of Arsenal over their biggest rivals, Tottenham, continues, beating Spurs 2-0 with a solid performance, enjoying an opening goal from Santi Cazorla and a second half clincher from Tomas Rosicky. More

Match Highlights – Manchester United vs Tottenham

Posted on 1 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

All the talk about Manchester United getting back into the title race seems premature as they lose for a second consecutive time to Tottenham at the Old Trafford, suddenly becoming their most difficult fixture. Emmanuel Adebayor and Christian Eriksen did an excellent job in finishing counter attacks before a quick Danny Welbeck goal and immense pressure from the home side created late drama, but nothing more. More

Tottenham Manager Shortlist – Roberto Di Matteo, Murat Yakin & Roberto Mancini

Posted on 22 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

The problems aren’t over for Tottenham, finding it quite difficult not just to get out of their poor form, but also find a manager to replace Andre Villas-Boas. Franco Baldini has offered his resignation which was rejected by Daniel Levy, while Roberto Di Matteo, Roberto Mancini and Murat Yakin remain as the leading men to take over the managerial position. More

Spurs Mess – Andre Villas-Boas Didn’t Want New Signings

Posted on 19 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

On Andre Villas-Boas getting blindsided by Daniel Levy and Franco Baldini, while Frank de Boer might become his replacement soon enough at Tottenham. More

Tottenham Didn’t Learn From Liverpool’s Mistakes

Posted on 17 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Selling your biggest star and expecting to spend the exact same money on other players doesn’t always work out. Tottenham could have asked Liverpool who went through the same ordeal two years earlier, but Daniel Levy, Franco Baldini and Andre Villas-Boas, even if his mistakes were on the pitch and not in the transfer room, refused to look in the right direction. More

Arsenal FC Transfer Rumors – Trying to Sign Alvaro Morata on Loan

Posted on 3 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

It seems like Alvaro Morata missed out on his chance to become a starting player for Real Madrid this season, and is trying to find some playing time by being loaned out in the next transfer window. There’s been plenty of interest coming from the Premier League, and especially from Arsenal, who seem to be edging out Swansea and Spurs for his services. More

On Andre Villas-Boas Letting it Rip On Neil Ashton of the Daily Mail

Posted on 2 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

It’s hard to say Andre Villas-Boas is safe after the 2-2 draw between Tottenham and Manchester United. However, not losing is always a source of relief when you’re under immense pressure, and scoring two goals is certainly a change for the better. Instead of somewhat taking it easy after the draw, the Portuguese manager decided to vent some pressure in the press conference after the match, directing his angel at Neil Ashton of the Daily Mail. More