Tag Archives: Andre Villas Boas

Tottenham – ADB’s Midfield Problems

With injuries piling up, Spurs’ 1-0 loss against the Latics has highlighted the midfield deficiencies in the Portuguese manager’s squad and the need for January reinforcements. Although Tottenham recruited the likes of Sigurdsson, Dempsey & Dembele in the summer, they were not able to fill the role of a pass-master after shipping out Luka Modric and […]

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Match Report: Tottenham 2 – 4 Chelsea

TKTG takes a look at the best articles and analysis covering the Tottenham vs Chelsea game that ended with a 2-4 away victory for Chelsea.  The Blues remain at the top of the league while Spurs end up in 5th place. Match Report:  Goal.com There was no revenge for Andre Villas-Boas as Chelsea continued their unbeaten […]

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Torres: I did not care if Chelsea won or lost

    Fernando Torres has admitted he became exactly the kind of player he had always despised when he reached a point where he did not care if Chelsea won or lost. The Spain striker says he has refound himself since the dark days of last season and has learned to become a different player […]

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The Story So Far – An EPL Review

With 7 weeks gone is it too early to make a judgment on players and teams? Well, it may be too soon but that’s not stopping us at TKTG from using this international break to take stock of what we’ve seen in the EPL thus far. The next few months are going to be quite […]

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Spurs and Dempsey could be set for success

It took Clint Dempsey just five games to stitch his name in to the tapestry that tells the story of Tottenham Hotspur. His first goal for the club, Tottenham’s third on Saturday and what was in the end the difference between them and Manchester United, broke a hoodoo that had lasted almost a quarter of […]

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Analysis – Man United vs Spurs

Tottenham put in a solid performance to defeat Manchester United 2-3 at Old Trafford, scoring their first goal within 90 seconds and ending the first half 0-2 up.  The hosts depleted defense were in shambles and even with a resilent effort in the second half, United were unable to pull off one of their famous […]

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Fantasy Football – Week 5

The first rounds of the Champions League and Europa League group stages are behind us and we now look forward to this weekend’s Premier League action. At TKTG we have studied the squads and match-ups to bring you our Fantasy Football picks for the week. Remember to join our league at the official game using […]

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Transfer Window – Are you happy?

The Guardian takes a look at the transfer signings of each Premiership club. Are the supporters happy? The managers?Did your club get who they wanted? ” Arsenal got their retaliation in first. Fearful that they would lose Robin van Persie, they signed Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud, which ensured there would be no repeat of […]

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10 things to look out for this weekend

After the closing of the transfer window – The Guardian takes a look at the top 10 things to look out this weekend. 1. Fulham without Dembele and Dempsey. 2. No Rooney for United – will it help RVP and Kagawa flourish? 3. Two clean sheets for Arsenal so far. 4. Stephan Ireland – will […]

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What now for Spurs?

Finally, this summer’s most protracted transfer saga has come to an end. Spurs have announced that they had reached an agreement with Real Madrid over the transfer of Luka Modric. The fee has been quoted to be around £33 million, which ensures that Tottenham and AVB in particular have a significant amount of money to […]

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