Tottenham Hotspur Analysis
Whenever we want to put on our thinking caps and actually say something intelligent and thoughtful about Spurs, it goes here.
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.
A lot has been made about Spurs’ admiration of Richarlison, but he offers a good profile for Antonio Conte to work with.
It is looking like it’ll be very tough for Spurs to move Tanguy on this summer
With Spurs making significant moves elsewhere, getting a striker option like BBD would not be as expensive.
While Ivan Perišić looks to be coming to Spurs, let’s take a look at a few other wingbacks in the event talks break down.
While he may be replaced this summer in the starting XI, Ben Davies’ form has drastically improved and he deserves to stay in Antonio Conte’s side.
With talent in every Premier League squad, Spurs may be in the market to pick the bones of relegation-level squads.
Steven Bergwijn has been red-hot for the Dutch, but has been a failure to launch at Spurs.
Let’s do a deep dive into the remaining fixtures for the clubs chasing UCL.
With Antonio Conte’s squad impact and Fabio Paratici’s transfer strategy, Spurs are finally moving in the right direction.
After joining form Juventus as a bit of an enigma, Spurs have reaped immediate rewards from the Swedish forward.
Re-assessing Spurs’ options at wingback with the season’s final stretch coming up.
From Noni Madueke to Dilan Markanday, Spurs have had some struggles in recent years in their youth academy.
With Steven Bergwijn making his impact felt, there’s a similar route back for Giovani Lo Celso.
The switch to a back three has reaped serious dividends for Spurs’ centerbacks.
Spurs need a little help in the new year. Here are some options.
It just has not gotten going for Steven Bergwijn at Tottenham.
In Antonio Conte’s shape, Spurs’ options at left wingbackS are far superior than at right wingback.
With Hugo Lloris out of contract, Spurs will likely find themselves in the market for a new GK in the summer.