London’s ‘Super’ Clubs Shamelessly Monetise the MIND Series

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Charity begins at home, but not for London’s ‘Super’ clubs. Last week Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur announced a series of pre-season friendlies, raising money for mental health as part of the MIND series. It should have been cause for celebration, recognising their fantastic work and welcoming back full stadiums, but the reality varies greatly […] READ MORE


Tottenham Hotspur Fans Can be Excited by Nuno Espírito Santo

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Last week, Tottenham Hotspur eventually ended their long search for a replacement to José Mourinho with Nuno Espírito Santo. The reaction was met for the most part with a disinterested shrug by fans still engrossed with the European Championships. Spurs supporters, wearied by such a long and roundabout search, are somewhat reluctant to become excited […] READ MORE


Tottenham Manager Search: Options From the Euro 2020 Bosses

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International tournaments are often billed as a shop window for previously lesser-known players. The eyes of the world are on teams and players that wouldn’t usually be given the time of day. Names like James Rodriguez, Xherdan Shaqiri and Joshua Kimmich have all used World Cups and European Championships to announce themselves. With the managerial […] READ MORE


An Expansion of the European Championship Can be Good for Football

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Modern football is driven by the ever-growing demands for more money by those at the top. It is plausible that UEFA may decide to grow the European Championship further still to 32 sides. With further growth inevitable in order to fulfil  financial appetite’s, it could be good for football. Why an Expansion of the European […] READ MORE



Harry Kane’s Departure is a Failure by Tottenham Hotspur

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The one-club man has become something of a mythologised legend, all the more cherished for its contemporary scarcity. Sticking with one club demonstrates loyalty above money, and a prophetic purity. Harry Kane’s departure (if or when it comes to fruition), and ‘failure’ to live up to such lofty ideals, should not taint his image in […] READ MORE


It is Time for Daniel Levy to Listen to the Fans

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Typical Tottenham. They can’t even protest against the owners without making a hash of things. The demonstrations sparked by the inexcusable Super League debacle, but symptomatic of the rising dissent against Daniel Levy, were poorly attended. Hundreds rather than thousands of fans protested outside the ground, and that was not helped by a date mix […] READ MORE