Tottenham Hotspur: Tactical Analysis
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After a good year on loan in Germany, Sess is back and ready to stake a claim for his place in Spurs’ crowded left back field.
The Japanese international is a solid talent playing in a weird defensive role at Bologna.
I studied up on Paulo Fonseca and thought these 5 Spurs would have benefitted most from the appointment.
I talked myself into Paulo Fonseca and so can you.
Spurs have had a long-standing interest in Andersen. But is he a good fit for Spurs’ revamped back line?
Mason has won 100% of his League matches... can Spurs keep him past May?
Manchester United broke down a timid Tottenham in the second half. Here’s how.
Young players make mistakes. That’s how they get better.
Gio’s return to Spurs’ team is timely. Tottenham need him.
Jose Mourinho and Spurs have a choice against Arsenal: absorb pressure or go for the jugular.
In this tactics video, Andres Ramirez looks at Lucas Moura’s performance against Crystal Palace and how his role has changed for Spurs since a central shift.
Skippy has become an integral part of Daniel Farke’s Championship-leading Norwich squad. What does that mean for his future at Spurs?
Ilkay Gundogan’s first goal against Tottenham on Saturday is a microcosm of what’s been wrong with Spurs this season.
Spurs were bad, but they weren’t helped by how Mourinho set up the team.
North London is White!
Harry Kane has added a new arrow to his quiver under Jose Mourinho: deep-lying playmaker.
Tottenham need a right back. This is an evaluation of possible options available this summer.
On the last day of the season, Tottenham will be fighting for a place in the Europa League at Selhurst Park.
Sheffield United have shocked the Premier League with their strong performances in the first half of the season, but they’ve struggled since the restart, presenting Tottenham with a unique opportunity to continue the climb into Top 4.
Southampton’s Danish #23 (!!) has been heavily linked to plug the massive defensive gap in the midfield.
A tactical, retrospective look at one of André Villas Boas’ first games in charge of Tottenham