The current Premier League season is an interesting one, to say the least. There’s been plenty of surprises thus far, especially regarding the top four. In seasons past, the top four has been mostly been occupied by the same teams…
The January transfer window can transform a team’s season. This has been evident in previous January windows. Liverpool managed to sign world-class defender Virgil Van Dijk for a record transfer fee, and he has arguably radically transformed the Liverpool side…
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?
Spurs recovered from a rocky start to sneak two precious away goals at Juventus in the Champions League Round of 16. Could Juve’s blown lead cost them down the road? Juve have to come to Wembley and attack now, and we are deadly on the counter.
Spurs beat a hapless United 2-0 Wednesday evening at Wembley, banking valuable points in the race for top 4. Could the confidence they’ve gained prove pivotal with Liverpool up next at the weekend?
Harry Kane was at his lethal best on Boxing Day, helping Spurs obliterate Southampton at Wembley. If Spurs can keep this up, Champions League football is well within reach.
Poor home performances and City’s utter dominance have all but ended dreams of a league title for Tottenham this year. So, what can Spurs still win?
Spurs have been steadily rising since the turn of the decade. Instead of merely hoping to compete with the top 6 teams, we’ve reached a level where we should expect to beat them. Unfortunately, the team’s mentality doesn’t appear to have caught up just yet.