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Ryan Ratty is a technology professional by day and watches too many sports at night. He is a die-hard fan of Tottenham Hotspur, the New York Yankees, the Dallas Cowboys and all things Syracuse Orange. You can connect with him on Twitter @RyanSRatty

Arnaut Danjuma has to start for Spurs vs. Newcastle

One of the only bright spots at Spurs at the moment, Danjuma needs to be included in the starting XI on Sunday.

Son Heung-min can prove crucial to Spurs’ success down the stretch

Playing a bit more on the shoulder, Sonny has been getting into good positions to provide more goal threat.

It’s time for Spurs to sack Antonio Conte

With the season appearing lost, it’s time for Spurs to give a runway to another manager.

Emerson Royal & Ben Davies: Spurs’ unlikely wingback duo is working

In recent matches, Spurs’ wingback duo of Emerson and Ben Davies has provided for some nice balance across the pitch.

Three takeaways from Spurs’ derby win against West Ham

Spurs moved into a UCL spot from Sunday’s win against West Ham. Let’s talk some takeaways from the game.

Pedro Porro’s presence in Tottenham’s lineup only improves Dejan Kulusevski’s potential

Pedro Porro’s improved technical skillset compared to Emerson Royal should be huge for Dejan Kulusevski’s performance.

Arnaut Danjuma brings versatility and firepower off the bench for Spurs in a low-risk loan

With Arnaut Danjuma’s loan now in the bag, let’s discuss what the Dutchman brings to north London in his return to England.

Spurs are in a weird place with Son Heung-min

Amid the South Korean’s poor form and new potential transfer links, one has to wonder how much patience Spurs will have with Sonny.

Tottenham’s win at Palace was a flukey, and crucially important, result

It had been a rough stretch for Spurs before their 0-4 away win at Palace. Could this be the performance needed to kickstart the club forward?

Tottenham January transfer window primer: right wingbacks

Spurs know they need to make improvements over Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty at right wingback.