Posts Tagged "Tottenham"

This is the question on the minds of every Spurs fan in the land and abroad after a second consecutive season of highs, lows and, eventually, disappointed.

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“He seldom stands and watches. In fact, he always wants the ball, but he is a bit indisciplined (sic) and often goes where he pleases.”

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The early hours of Monday morning will spell the end of the 2011/12 English Premier League, and with seven teams still having it all to play for, the final round of league action looms as the most exciting finale to a season yet.

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There is nothing more certain than death and taxes… except for Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal challenging for the flag.

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Arsenal staged a magnificent fightback to thrash Tottenham 5-2 in the north London derby on Sunday as Manchester United scrambled a last-gasp 2-1 win over Norwich.

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West Ham is suing a British newspaper and fellow football club Tottenham over allegations of corruption in its bid to take over the Olympic Stadium after London 2012.

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Forget salary caps, concussion rules, lockouts, PEDs and heavy workloads during rep footy season – the single greatest factor influencing your team’s results every weekend is the Tony Soprano paradox.

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Chelsea kept their Premier League title dream alive on Saturday after scrambling a controversial late 2-1 victory over Tottenham at Stamford Bridge.

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Over the past year, Gareth Bale has endeared himself to all football fans over the world for his running ability down the left flank. His performances against Inter Milan will be talking point of this years’ Champions League campaign as he tore Inter apart.

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“He’s tall, he’s lean, he’s a goal-scoring machine… Peter Crouch, Peter Crouch.” And he’s good for European football, too, you know…

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Manchester United piled the pressure on Chelsea with a 2-0 win over nine-man Wigan as the Premier League leaders crashed to a 1-0 defeat at Birmingham.

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It has been seventeen long years and 68 matches since Tottenham Hotspur recorded an away win against one of the Premiership’s traditional “big four”.

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Mark Schwarzer’s mooted move to Arsenal is looking unlikely after manager Arsene Wenger indicated the club was no longer interested in the Socceroos shot stopper.

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Portsmouth reached the FA Cup final by scoring two extra-time goals to beat Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday, a day after the 2008 winners were relegated from the Premier League.

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It may not be the most prestigious trophy in English football, but the Carling Cup provides fans with plenty of entertainment nonetheless.

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Wow! Normally I wouldn’t bother writing a summary of a game but the amazing 9-1 victory by Tottenham was something special. What makes it all the more amazing is it was just 1-0 at half time, Wigan were ordinary for the first half an hour but started to get into the game as the first […]

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Seeing the first Christmas items on sale at my local supermarket this week made me shake my head at the corporate world. But witnessing the insanity brought about by a transfer window is what really infuriates this football fan.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s summer departure to Real Madrid has left a gaping hole on the Premier League Diving Team (PLDT) for which Eduardo auditioned during last night’s second leg tie at home to Celtic.

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No fewer than ten clubs could be scrapping to avoid relegation from the Premier League next season in what promises to be the hardest battle ever fought to stay in the English topflight.

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England striker Darren Bent found himself in hot water after apparently using internet networking site Twitter to blast Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy for failing to rubber-stamp his proposed move to Sunderland.

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