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  1. No holiday from Spurs' problems as Sherwood appointment gets wors...

    Dan Fitch

    Everyone needs a break from work and an opportunity to recharge the batteries every now and then. This is especially true if your work involves analysing the goings on at Tottenham Hotspur. - Jolly: Sherwood not shirking responsibility - Adebayor...

    Blog | April 01, 2014
  2. Thrilling Spurs win proves they have the quality but no guidance

    Dan Fitch

    At a stage of the season when there is very little to play for at some clubs, you have to take your points of interest where you can get them. On Sunday, for Tottenham's 3-2 win against Southampton, the focus was on the tactical battle between Spu...

    Blog | March 23, 2014
  3. Spurs and Norwich have history to live up to

    Dan Fitch

    As a lifelong supporter of Tottenham Hotspur you might expect that the first game I attended would have been at White Hart Lane. In actuality my obsession with live football began at Carrow Road. It was 1986 and with my dormant interest in the bea...

    Blog | February 22, 2014
  4. Chaotic Spurs slump to first leg defeat in Ukraine

    Dan Fitch

    Let's look on the bright side. After many dismally boring Europa League games this season, Dnipro's 1-0 win leaves this tie finely poised. Next week's return tie at White Hart Lane promises to be a cracker. Tonight's game was also much more entert...

    Blog | February 20, 2014
  5. Mata deal could be bad news for Tottenham's top-four hopes

    Dan Fitch

    At the start of the season, Spurs may have had aspirations of mounting a title challenge, but as they approach the last 16 games of the Premier League season, they will have to console themselves with their now-annual battle for fourth place. It p...

    Blog | January 23, 2014
  6. Four Four Tim's Spurs fail to click into gear

    Dan Fitch

    For a man who, as a player, operated as a fairly defensively-minded midfielder, Tim Sherwood doesn't seem very inclined to play with one. Sherwood's first team selection since officially becoming Tottenham Hotspur manager saw him pick Lewis Holtby...

    Blog | December 26, 2013
  7. Just like AVB, Levy keeps making the same mistakes

    Dan Fitch

    Only last week I questioned why Andre Villas-Boas still seemed to be under extreme pressure, despite bouncing back from the Manchester City defeat to record good results against Manchester United, Fulham and Sunderland. I came to the conclusion th...

    Blog | December 16, 2013
  8. Why do AVB rumours persist even when Spurs are winning?

    Dan Fitch

    Following Arsenal's draw with Everton, Tottenham Hotspur are just eight points behind their rivals. That's a decent-sized gap, but not that big when you consider that Arsenal are playing as well as they have for years, while Spurs have been strugglin...

    Blog | December 09, 2013
  9. Spurs take step forward but still under pressure

    Dan Fitch

    Sunday's game against Manchester United was a big test for this Tottenham team. Spurs displayed real mental weakness against Manchester City last weekend. Could they bounce back from that disappointment with a positive result? Spurs passed the tes...

    Blog | December 01, 2013
  10. Defoe would light up MLS but will it cost him his international c...

    Dan Fitch

    Rare is the football story that truly surprises me, but Jermain Defoe's rumoured transfer to the MLS has done just that. It's not the fact that Toronto have the financial resources to buy Defoe that was the shock. After all, it's only a few months...

    Blog | November 27, 2013
  11. West Ham win their cup final against lamentable Spurs

    Dan Fitch

    LONDON -- West Ham effectively just won the Champions League, World Cup and the Super Bowl. This is a team that haven't won a trophy since 1980 and are unlikely to finish in the top half of the Premier League. Beating Spurs away, and 3-0 to boot, ...

    Blog | October 06, 2013
  12. Defoe strong, but Spurs' win at Anzhi a slog

    Dan Fitch

    The Europa League is truly a competition that you have to endure rather than enjoy. There can surely not be a single Tottenham Hotspur fan who took pleasure in watching Thursday's 2-0 victory at Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia. We watch and stay watc...

    Blog | October 03, 2013
  13. Defence is the new attack at Spurs

    Dan Fitch

    As a young Tottenham Hotspur supporter, one of the first things you're taught is that you don't relax when the team takes a 2-0 lead. That's for the Spurs players to do. Even 3-0 hasn't always been enough to stop the heart palpitations when the op...

    Blog | September 15, 2013
  14. Spurs ready to embark on a wonderful journey

    Dan Fitch

    Two games. Two 1-0 wins. Both decided by a Roberto Soldado penalty. Imagine if every game in Tottenham's Premier League season continues in this vein. Played 38, won 38, drawn 0, lost 0. For 38. Against 0. It doesn't sound much like Spurs, does...

    Blog | August 27, 2013
  15. It's been a good season, but only luck will make it great

    Dan Fitch

    We should not forget that it says a lot for Tottenham Hotspur's progress that Wednesday's 2-2 draw at Chelsea will leave most Spurs fans feeling somewhat deflated. - Lythell: Chelsea hit panic button in Spurs draw - Carr: Spurs have work to do ...

    Blog | May 08, 2013
  16. Bale's latest match-winner recruits another disciple

    Dan Fitch

    My friend, who sits in the seat next to me at White Hart Lane, couldn't make Tottenham's 1-0 win against Southampton on Saturday, thanks to a badly planned stag weekend that he was duty bound to attend. In his place I brought along my nephew for h...

    Blog | May 04, 2013