Winners and Losers of 2004

Tottenham Hotspur – the winners and losers of 2004 What a year for Tottenham. I suppose what I mean by that is that it was the usual, mid-table, boring, predictable year for Tottenham. Just like every year there were some good and bad points, some heroes and villains – some winners and losers. The Winners […]

A Jacques Resignation

Crisis? Jacques Santini‚Äôs surprise resignation from Spurs on Friday 5th November was a reminder to all us fans that our club is one great big, living, breathing crisis. But how much of a crisis is it? Santini Santini arrived just before Euro 2004, appointed by Sporting Director, Frank Arnesen. Former RKC Waalwijk manager, Martin Jol, […]

The French Revolution

Last chance Well if this doesn’t work, nothing will. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has finally got his man. Whether that man was his first choice or not is something of a moot point. The day after Levy had apparently sounded out Claudio “my heart belongs to Valencia” Ranieri about the vacant managers job at White […]

Managerial Shenanegans at the Lane (again)

In the frame After the well-thought out (sarcasm), yet utterly deserved sacking of Glenn Hoddle, Spurs are once again on the hunt for a new manager. David Pleat filled the gap rather dismally for eight months and after the appointment of Frank Arnesen as sporting director, and the shipping out of Pleat, Spurs fans are […]