Tag Archives: Tottenham Hotspurs

How the sporting director is taking root in English football

  The foundations for a summer of change at White Hart Lane were laid a decade ago. After Glenn Hoddle was sacked in 2003, Daniel Levy, the Tottenham Hotspur chairman, decided to take the club in a new direction. Dismayed at the prospect of overhauling the first-team squad yet again, Levy travelled across Europe with John […]

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Arsenal ride out stormy season but old flaws remain

Arsène Wenger will be glad to see the back of a season that has proved the most testing since he was handed the Arsenal reins 17 years ago. As he embraced Mikel Arteta at the final whistle at St James’ Park there was a huge sense of relief but also vindication after defying his critics […]

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How good is Gareth Bale?

Andre Villas-Boas feels that Gareth Bale is one of the best player in the world. TKTG takes a look at the expert opinions and analysis on just how good Bale really is? Gareth Bale is comparable to Cristiano Ronaldo, says André Villas-Boas André Villas-Boas hailed Gareth Bale as “incredible” after a stunning performance for Tottenham against Lyon in which two […]

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Time for the chasing pack to step up

The next 12 days are an anti-holiday for Chelsea, Spurs and Arsenal as London’s big three attempt to head-off another year of Mancunian domination. Last May, Manchester looked a lot like the Premier League’s capital and Chelsea and Spurs now trail second-placed City by seven points, with United a further six points up the table. […]

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Redknapp has a point to prove at QPR

It’s difficult to tell who will be the most relieved party after QPR moved to replace Mark Hughes with Harry Redknapp in the most predictable managerial change of the season. …Redknapp knows that at 65, the opportunity to take over at QPR may be the last top-flight role in his career. He will also feel […]

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Preview: Man United vs Tottenham

The last time Spurs won as visitors, it was in December 1989 with Gary Lineker as the scorer.  Tottenham have lost 22 of the next 26 games since then at Old Trafford, including the last 9 in a row. The statistics look bleak but they also hide some of the electrifying results of these fixtures […]

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