Category: thfc

Highlights? You have got to be joking.

This was a dire match to watch for both sets of fans. The only difference is that Saints got a goal. 

Yet another insipid lifeless away performance from Spurs – a common feature of 2019 now repeats into the new year. Not a good sign. 

Spurs have to buy in January! If not, mid-table mediocrity awaits. A mammoth task for Jose Mourinho cuz our much-vaunted squad looks unmotivated to do even the simple things. Sigh. 

If you look carefully, you can see yours truly in the Spurs crowd. Haha. 


Lucas: “We’ll give everything to bounce back” | Tottenham Hotspur:

Lest we forget – “remembering that we’ve won nine out of our last 12 to sit third in the table.”


Press conferences with Mauricio Pochettino have become farcical since the sacking of Jose Mourinho. Media is only interested in talking about Man Utd links and nothing else. Trying its best to unsettle the club in order to create the news themselves. Disgraceful. 

Been quiet here recently because Spurs have been disappointing since beating Everton comprehensively at Wembley. 

Two away draws and two miserable performances have somewhat panicked the Spurs faithful as they witness once again our rivals splash the cash around for new players. 

And though Pochettino did remark that no new players would be coming in during January window, he has changed his tune just before the deadline closes on Jan 31st. 

It seems Lucas Moura is close to signing from PSG and Spurs might be offloading Fernando Llorente! 

Strangely enough, it appears that Chelsea are still keen on signing the Spanish striker but if we do sell, where is our cover for Harry Kane? 

Is there enough time to bring in cover for Kane if we do sell Llorente? And who are these “quality players” that Pochettino is talking about getting on deadline day. 

It is perhaps infuriating that chairman Daniel Levy continues to play his games of brinkmanship when negotiating with clubs over transfers. Will there be any good news when the deadline closes. Don’t hold your breath. 

To compound matters, Spurs have a massive two weeks ahead of them, beginning with Man Utd (with Alexis Sanchez in tow) at Wembley on deadline day! After that comes big games in succession – Liverpool at Anfield (where Spurs have a poor record) and then Newport County (to preserve our FA Cup hopes) and the Arse at Wembley, before we head to Turin for the first leg of our Champions League Round of 16 match against Juve. 


Will Spurs bring in ‘quality’ in time to get the most of this crucial two weeks, which may make or break our season? We shall see …