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 By John Crace
1 day ago

Player Ratings: Unlikely heroes Chiriches and Lennon save Spurs

Christian Eriksen scored late on as Tottenham came from behind to beat 10-man Hull City 2-1 on Sunday.

Fortunately for Tottenham and for the second away match in a row, they needed the home side to go down to 10 men before fighting back from 1-0 down to win 2-1. With Hull City in control of the game following Jake Livermore's opener, Gaston Ramirez kicked out at Jan Vertonghen and was shown a straight red card just like Christian Benteke was during Spurs' recent 2-1 win at Aston Villa.

The joy was unconfined as first Harry Kane and then Christian Eriksen turned the match around. This time the win...

1 day ago

Three Points: Christian Eriksen's winner helps Tottenham edge Hull

Christian Eriksen struck late to steal all three points from Hull City.

KINGSTON UPON HULL, England -- Three observations from Tottenham's 2-1 win over Hull City at the KC Stadium.

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1. Win may hide Spurs' struggles

If nothing else, Tottenham are quite good at playing against 10 men. It is only when they face 11 that they struggle. Had opponents kept a full complement of players on the pitch, Spurs would probably have lost their last five league games.

Instead, Mauricio Pochettino's side beat Aston Villa after Christian Benteke was dismissed and defeated Hull, scoring...

 By John Crace
2 days ago

Tottenham had better shape up or face a relegation battle

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has had a difficult start to his time in charge at White Hart Lane, but he says the job has been no harder than he expected.

Common sense suggests there must soon come a time when this Tottenham side play like a team rather than a bunch of shy strangers. A time when their tempo rises above walking pace and when five consecutive passes can be completed successfully. The gene pool of talent is just too deep for it not to happen at some point.

Spurs have to find a way into form. If they don't, they could find themselves in an unexpected fight against relegation come the latter half of the season.

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But it is difficult to...

 By Dan Fitch
4 days ago

Tottenham out of touch with their fans

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley questions Damien Comolli's data, including his claims that statistical findings led to Gareth Bale's success as a winger.

People who work at football clubs -- whether it's as a chairman, manager, or a player -- are generally hopelessly out of touch with the opinions of the fans who line their pockets.

Never is this more true than at Tottenham Hotspur. The club's owners have been discussing whether Spurs should play their home matches at the home of the MK Dons in Milton Keynes while their new stadium is being built. These formal talks would suggest that they're pretty set on the idea, despite the fact that the proposed...

7 days ago

Former Spurs' star Gary Stevens: I'm loving my new life in Thailand

Gary Stevens took over at Army United FC in July and recommends that more UK coaches step out of their comfort zone to take up overseas assignments.

When people ask me how I've come to be working in Thailand, my initial response is always: "I'm a lucky man".

I've often been quoted that I would prefer to be lucky than good and I stick by that. Of course, you need to know your trade, too.

Having coached at various levels and in a growing collection of different countries, I'm delighted to find myself as head coach of Army United FC in the Thai Premier League. I've been here since July.

Of course, it is very different to North London where I spent...

 By Dan Fitch
Nov 13, 2014

Tottenham's Franco Baldini may pay the penalty for club's failures

Daniel Levy may choose to remove others instead of the manager.

Oppressive regimes keep dissenters quiet by controlling all forms of media and coming down hard on anyone that tries to express their rebellious opinions by alternative means.

There was more than a whiff of such authoritarianism in the way that the management of Tottenham Hotspur dealt with the grumbling proletariat inside White Hart Lane for the 2-1 defeat to Stoke on Sunday.

Banners criticising Tottenham owner Daniel Levy's ENIC [English National Investment Company] were removed from fans...