This week, Steff, Gareth, Milo and Ricky look back at the FA Cup 3rd round game against Morecambe and the League Cup Semi Final 1st Leg against Chelsea. We also give an honest evaluation as to who furthered or hindered their cause with Conte. No rants, but honest conversation about some obvious candidates and former fan favourites. 3-2-1 download!
In this first pod of 2022, Steff, Milo, Ram and Jay look to vary things up as they review the various matches which took place over the festive season, drawing the line at repetition and allowing no prevarication when looking back at Watford, Southampton, Crystal Palace and West Ham. Milo was vary happy to play Stockley Park, his accuracy proving variable, albeit he was dealing with minute details…just tune in. It will make sense.
As we near the half-way point of the season, Steff, Milo and Gareth chat about how it’s gone so far and pick their best game, goal, young player, most improved player and our player of the season so far. We also look forward to January and say who we would have heading for the door and what positions we would prioritise to improve.
This week, Milo, Steff and Gareth discuss the return to standards and expectations at Spurs in the wake of the Liverpool match, plus we try to figure out whether football should stay or go during the Covid spike. We also pay light homage to the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body, at the same time covering our tragic exit from the Europa Conference League.
This week, Milo, Gareth and Steff investigate the legend that is Eric Dier – centre-half, midfielder, horticulturalist and occasional desert nomad, as we explore why FIVE successive Tottenham managers have found him indispensable. We will also take a look at the current Covid issues both at Spurs and in the game, and you’ll soon understand which filmmakers got it wrong by not making their classics into musicals.
This week, Ram, Gareth, Milo and Steff look back at the week which saw Spurs score 5 goals without reply against Brentford and Norwich, saw Antonio Conte’s vision settling fast and saw Spurs on the cusp of our rightful slot back in the CL places. We also look back at Rivaldo’s penmanship, whether Redknapp called Eden Mickey AND get jittery about Liverpool even though there are two more games before it. Oh, and we crown Eric Dier the unofficial Balon D’or winner. It’s a little nutty this week so strap in…
Match postponed? Snow trouble for this pod as Steff, Milo, Ricky and Awesome go for Mura discussion on disappointing Euro nights, takes a look at our newly released annual accounts and settle into me some pretty impressive gift guiding.
Stadium Prints by Matthew J Wood
The Numbers Game: Why Everything You Know About Football is Wrong – by Chris Anderson and David Sally
All Played Out: The Full Story of Italia ’90 Paperback by Pete Davies
Savile Rogue Navy And White King Cashmere Football Scarf
The Spurs Shirt: The Official History of the Tottenham Hotspur by Simon Shakeshaft
Brave New World: Inside Pochettino’s Spurs by Guillem Balague
Among The Thugs – by Bill Buford
A Spur Forever – Steve Perryman
The Mixer: The Story of Premier League Tactics, from Route One to False Nines by Michael Cox
Christmas Gifts Tottenham Hotspur FC Personalized Face And Name Cheer Football Team Socks
The Glory Game – by Hunter Davies
Subbuteo VAR Set
Monopoly Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Edition
Tottenham Greatest Modern Moments Coaster Set
This week, Steff, Simon, Milo and Awesome play ketchup with the Conte regime and the spicey 2-1 win against Leeds at White Hot Lane. We also delve into the concept of project building versus instant-grat with football teams today. Will Tottenham ever build ‘a project’ again, or are we on the supercharged highway seeking instant success? All this and a message for the boo-boys.
This week Steff, Milo and Gareth jump in the Game Is About Glory time machine to go back to the 1990s. What was it like being a Spurs fan in the 90s? Was Alan Sugar really that bad? Which players typified 90s Spurs? Our best and worst games of the decade? All this and Steff regales us with tales of his encounters with Nick Hornby and Sir Alex Ferguson.