Tottenham Hotspur Analysis
Whenever we want to put on our thinking caps and actually say something intelligent and thoughtful about Spurs, it goes here.
With rotation expected, these 3 players could turn some heads with a good showing on Tuesday.
The key to Richy’s success isn’t as much attempts, as it is efficiency.
Spurs are working on completing a deal for one of their top summer targets.
One of the only bright spots at Spurs at the moment, Danjuma needs to be included in the starting XI on Sunday.
Playing a bit more on the shoulder, Sonny has been getting into good positions to provide more goal threat.
In recent matches, Spurs’ wingback duo of Emerson and Ben Davies has provided for some nice balance across the pitch.
With a day to sit on it, let’s deconstruct exactly what the heck happened in the first half of Sunday’s match.
Spurs moved into a UCL spot from Sunday’s win against West Ham. Let’s talk some takeaways from the game.
To Dare is to Do (some player sales)
With Arnaut Danjuma’s loan now in the bag, let’s discuss what the Dutchman brings to north London in his return to England.
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?
Spurs know they need to make improvements over Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty at right wingback.
From conceding early to a frantic come-from-behind victory, this match should feel familiar to Spurs fans.
A good, important, dramatic win. But questions remain.
Bentancur has been a clear difference-maker for Spurs this year and his recent run of form has been extremely impressive.
Spurs aren’t especially good. Neither is VAR. But maybe Bryan Gil could be?
While the South Korean has been poor to start the season, he is first choice and should be allowed to retain his spot.
After the 4-1 victory on Saturday, Spurs are showing once again just how their physicality and intensive nature is leads to goals.
Despite what some may think, this transfer window is still a positive one for Spurs.
After moving early in their transfer business, Spurs are now in a position where they can capitalize on other clubs’ financial weaknesses.
Spence has a lot of potential to succeed, but fans may need to be patient as he adjusts.
Antonio Conte would originally not commit to a long-term contract, but there is more and more evidence that he could be here longer than expected.
Conte sure seems to want us to think so!
Despite how good he was last season, Dejan Kulusevski is still 22 years old and adjusting to life in England and in the Premier League. He can get even better.