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Harry Kane to stay at Tottenham Hotspur

After months of speculation and grandstanding, Kane has publicly re-committed himself to Spurs.

In Nuno Espírito Santo, Tottenham Hotspur found a means to an end

The manager symbolizes a plateau for the club

Hiring Gennaro Gattuso as Tottenham’s manager would be Daniel Levy’s biggest mistake

The club needs someone to bring the fanbase together. Gattuso does the exact opposite.

After the latest farce with Fonseca and Gattuso, it’s official: ENIC Out.

There. I’m saying it.

Paulo Fonseca isn’t the Tottenham manager we wanted, but he might be a hidden gem

It’s a weird appointment, but it might not be a bad one.

Spurs may have dodged a bullet by not hiring Antonio Conte

Tottenham may be better off without the Italian at the helm.

Harry Kane was passed over for Premier League Player of the Season and it’s absurd

I guess scoring the most goals AND tallying the most assists isn’t enough anymore.

Six Thoughts and Observations from Spurs’ Final Matchday

Taking a look at a few storylines that came as a result of Tottenham’s final matchday of the 2020/21 season.

Graham Potter is the anti-Mourinho. Spurs should hire him immediately.

If Spurs wanted to choose a new manager that was completely the opposite of the one they just sacked, Graham Potter is the guy.

Tottenham Hotspur is wounded, but Ryan Mason can start the healing

Over the past two years, Tottenham have been grievously hurt. Let the healing begin.

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An Appeal to My Fellow Football Fans

Football as we know it is about to change. It's up to us as fans to try to push it in the direction we'd like to see.

Jose Mourinho just threw his Spurs team under the bus. Again.

After Spurs’ fifth league loss in six matches, Mourinho doesn’t have time for introspection. It’s the players’ fault.

Marine vs. Tottenham Hotspur was a celebration of what makes football great

Goliath clobbered David, and yet everyone came away happy.

Mourinho’s scapegoating of Dele is unfair and the product of his worst impulses

Want to know why some Spurs fans still don’t like Jose? This is why.

Spurs owe recent form to more and better signings

A revolutionary idea, at least to our club

Can Eric Dier turn over a new leaf?

Dier has never exactly dazzled, but there’s potential—if minor—for a new chapter in his career.

Tottenham Hotspur Women are missing a golden opportunity for sustained WSL success

The high profile NWSL loans to clubs like Manchester City, United, and even West Ham are illuminating the lack of ambition and financial backing of Spurs Women.

Keep, sell, or loan? A guide to the 2020 Summer Transfer Window

I have takes. You may not like a few!

Mourinho’s comments on Tottenham’s bench aren’t as bad as they seem

There are plenty of things to criticize Mourinho about after Friday’s match! This probably isn’t one of them.

With football’s resumption, Tottenham Hotspur has new life and a chance at redemption

Somehow, the season may come down to Friday’s match.

Another modest proposal to resume football and solve the scheduling nightmare

Just merge the current season with the next, and then we could get to see March Madness, UEFA-style!

UEFA suggested a “different format” to finish the season. Here’s one.

Introducing the Premier League Ladder

Ask club owners, not players, to save staff from furloughs

Owners can prevent unnecessary staff conflict as the pandemic brings financial hardship

Tottenham Hotspur are a hot mess, and everyone is to blame

You can’t just point at Daniel Levy, or the manager, or the players. It’s everyone, and it could take a while to recover.

Replacing Tottenham’s Son Heung-Min will be much easier said than done

It turns out losing two strikers isn’t good.

A requiem for Jan Vertonghen

It’s never fun to say goodbye to your heroes.

What Tottenham Hotspur can do while Harry Kane is on the mend

A complicated situation with a few plausible options.

Danny Rose’s latest comments aren’t as controversial as people are making them out to be

Why are you booing him? He’s right.

Mauricio Pochettino’s singular legacy at Spurs wasn’t wins, it was belief

No one else will ever do what Poche did at Spurs.

An open letter to Jose Mourinho

To the new man in charge.

No way José: why Mourinho will have to do a lot to win this Spurs fan over

It’s not impossible to make me a Mou man, but it’s going to be an uphill battle.

Mauricio Pochettino’s firing is a reflection on both his tenure and Daniel Levy’s

When recapping this period in Tottenham history, Pochettino and Levy are inextricably linked.