In appreciation of colorful apparel.
Moose is supposed to be signing with a Chinese club, but it may not actually be Beijing Guoan.
There were some unsavory scenes in the stands at Wembley on Sunday.
A study of language and sarcasm.
Winksy has been bad this season, but he’s been perking up lately.
SO ARE WE.
The hosts had plenty of shots, but not a single one ended up in the back of the net.
Spurs welcome the Baby Faced Assassin to Wembley.
Sure, you can ask. You just have to ask Levy.
Yes. Yes, that sounds good, do that.
It’s football, without the stuff that makes it good, like Tottenham.
The Red Devils visit Wembley on Sunday.
"The moment that [the stadium] is ready to play, we need to move and start to create our home there."
Looks like DESK may stand for the last time in at least a month.
Childhood food aspirations.
Maybe bringing in another Dane will get our current one to stay?
Tottenham are still Spursy; I am still an optimistic fool
Grillitsch would give Spurs’ midfield a solid-tackling, defensive shielding presence.
The lads talk Cups and Dembeles.
An old tale of visitors without invites.
If Spurs progress to the next round, they could still yet host a home match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
It was a serious allegation, and all parties involved are taking it extremely seriously.
Things are progressing, but the next few matches, including the Champions League tie against Dortmund, will remain at Wembley.
Good actors. Bad movies.
Tottenham win the first battle, but there is still a crucial 90 minutes to come at Stamford Bridge.
Spurs host the Blues in the first of a two-legged Carabao Cup semifinal.
Spurs’ Basque Beauty may be returning home in this window.
After turning down the Chinese Super League this summer and an injury-blighted season, it looks like Moose is on the move.
Eating at the movies.
It’s not Gillingham or Barnet, but it’s better than away to Arsenal!