Dazza Anderton, a tribute

For someone who left an Anderton-shaped impression on the physio room beds at Tottenham it’s surprising to learn that Darren Anderton made 599 senior appearances before hanging up his boots this weekend. Whichever wag came up with the nickname “Sicknote” many moons ago, it was well earned by the former England midfielder.  As a Spurs […]

Out with the old

Sell sell sell If you had have told me that Tottenham would spend the summer off-loading deadwood, I would have told you that lucid dreaming is as good as life will get for Spurs fans. But it’s true. Glenn Hoddle and ENIC have finally done what should have been done twelve months ago – sent […]

Deal with it

Negotiate this! White Hart Lane is awash with transfer speculation once again, sadly much of it revolving around our out-of-contract stars, Sol Campbell, Darren Anderton and Les Ferdinand. Obviously when it comes to Solman, it’s a no-brainer. Give him the contract he wants, show him you have ambition and sign some good players to play […]

Romanian Rhapsody

Mixed emotions First off the bat let me just remind y’all (for those who haven’t checked my background) that I am 100% Irish (well, with a small amount of Italian heritage but that’s kinda irrelevant). So this isn’t written from an English fans point of view. Like many Irish people, I had a considerable interest […]

Who’s a pretty boy then?

My Mixed Bag Two weeks into the World Cup and needless to say my tips of a fortnight ago resulted in mixed success. On the negative side there are the laboured attempts of both Norway and Spain to get out of their respective groups. Norway really blew it against a poor Morroccon team and then […]