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Morgan Schneiderlin, Jay Rodriguez and Tottenham: Discussion

Morgan Schneiderlin, Jay Rodriguez and Tottenham: Discussion 3

It seems that we’re not quite done with the Southampton departures yet, with the Press Association and now multiple sources claiming that Tottenham are close to deals for both Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez. There are no reports yet on the fee, but given how Southampton have negotiated during this transfer-window you would expect it(…)

Tim Sherwood, Tom Carroll, and an excuse masquerading as a valuable point 6

Tim Sherwood’s been excused of speaking some sense today and a couple of Tottenham fans have been nodding in agreement with his recent comments about Tom Carroll being a missing link within the current squad and how the side would have performed better had the youngster not spent the season on-loan at QPR. “I could(…)

Stoke City vs Tottenham: Individual Player Statistics

Stoke City vs Tottenham: Individual Player Statistics 0

Stoke fall to Tottenham, but Mark Hughes will be pleased with how his side responded to being reduced to ten men. Spurs drift onwards and towards another week of Tim Sherwood referencing his win percentage. There’s something for everyone to look forward to. Here are the statistics: - Geoff Cameron had 79 touches, the most(…)

Sherwood the half-truther has talked his way out of Tottenham 21

“I watched Eriksen at 17 at Wembley for Denmark - I rung Daniel Levy the day after and said that he need to sign this boy.” Christian Eriksen has never played at Wembley, and the match Tim Sherwood was referring to took place in Copenhagen at around the time of the Dane’s nineteenth birthday. An(…)

Daniel Levy and Tottenham’s propensity for self-defeat 9

  As is normal for this time of year, the papers are full of reports claiming that various Tottenham players are plotting their way out of White Hart Lane. Hugo Lloris looks very likely to leave, Jan Vertonghen couldn’t appear more indifferent if he tried, and there’s ever some ambiguous quotations attributed to Christian Eriksen(…)

Why Christian Eriksen’s injury may actually be good news for Tottenham

Why Christian Eriksen’s injury may actually be good news for Tottenham 2

When a new signing gets injured shortly after arriving at his new club, that’s ordinarily seen as a negative - it’s disruptive, it delays his settling-in period, and it takes him away from the first-team. The news that Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen sustained an injury on international duty, and that he will now be missing for(…)