During the Euro 2008, a resurgent Russian team under Guus Hiddink had an amazing run as they went on to reach the semi-finals. They defeated Greece, Sweden and Netherlands before losing out to the eventual champions Spain. Several players of…
After securing Champions League football for next season, Spurs’ Premier League campaign this year is essentially over. What can they do to improve next season and finally win some silverware?
This weekend’s FA Cup semi-finals delivered on the entertainment front, with each match featuring a handful of goals. On Saturday, Spurs fell to Manchester United 2-1, while Sunday saw Chelsea ease past Southampton by a 2-0 score line.
Manchester City are a sure bet to win the EPL title…soon. But they’ve stalled at the top of the stretch run; can Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham squad add another stumble to City’s current skid this weekend?
Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli put Chelsea to the sword on Sunday to boost Spurs’ top 4 prospects and break the “curse” of Stamford Bridge.
Tottenham are in a quagmire situation with their (arguably) best centre-back, Toby Alderweireld. Reports suggest that the defender is seeking wages that Spurs simply do not want to meet, which could lead to a premature breakup in the summer.
Spurs dispatched Bournemouth with relative ease on Sunday despite losing start attacker Harry Kane to a first-half injury. In his absence, do they have enough in the tank to maintain a top-four spot?
Spurs fired themselves ahead of Chelsea in the top four race this weekend. Can they push on now and leave Conte’s struggling team in the dust?
Is top 4 still in the cards for Spurs? Between their struggles to beat lesser sides and some daunting matches looming this month, I’m not so sure.
Spurs got the new year off to a good start with a victory away to lowly Swansea and dramatic rally to draw at home to West Ham. With even more important matches on the horizon, are they finding their groove at just the right time?