The club got paid, but the emotional cost is certainly high.
Spurs are changing, and James Maddison best exemplifies that change.
These pieces are never fun to write, but I’m fired up so let’s go in two-footed with the studs up.
Some thoughts on Spurs’ academy and Ryan Mason’s comments on it; any similarity between this article and a certain Third Eye Blind song are unintentional.
Sanchez played a poor match of football. He didn’t deserve to be booed by his own fans at home.
Two recent articles paint a detailed picture of Conte’s tenure at Spurs. It’s not a pleasant one.
Naaaaaaah man he’s gotta go
Spurs’ spat with the Supporters’ Trust only raises more questions about the Club’s long-term strategy.
Spurs’ ascendency under Levy is undeniable, but if the club want to take the next step it should be under new leadership.
This is the bargain with signing Conte: a proven winner, but an annoying wind-up merchant who moves the goalposts when it suits him.
Hugo could’ve stayed quiet on the matter. He didn’t and is getting dragged for it.
UK libel laws make it difficult to talk about it. Spurs must find a way, or step back from this signing.
It’s not a trophy, but for this Spurs squad, it means just as much as one.
He’s here, he’s clear-eyed, and he’s committed. Not everything is a crisis.
The situation surrounding Tanguy Ndombele has officially come to a head and I think we as fans need to take a moment to understand what got us here and what we can do to be more understanding of it.
The journey to becoming a "big club" remains a difficult one to navigate for Spurs
With Harry Kane staying at Spurs, could the decision to hold the star striker end up backfiring?
The manager symbolizes a plateau for the club
The club needs someone to bring the fanbase together. Gattuso does the exact opposite.
There. I’m saying it.
It’s a weird appointment, but it might not be a bad one.
Tottenham may be better off without the Italian at the helm.
I guess scoring the most goals AND tallying the most assists isn’t enough anymore.
Taking a look at a few storylines that came as a result of Tottenham’s final matchday of the 2020/21 season.
If Spurs wanted to choose a new manager that was completely the opposite of the one they just sacked, Graham Potter is the guy.