Chances are Levy will appoint a new manager at Spurs but they would be better off backing Tim Sherwood
Bad news for Spurs, Man United & Everton as Arsenal v Man City in the FA Cup mean only 6th place give EL entry
The following post is written on the assumption Man City will beat Wigan. The draw for the FA Cup semifinals had far reaching consequences for Tottenham, Manchester United and Everton. The semifinal draw brought together Arsenal and Manchester City in one match, and Hull versus Sheffield United in the other
Bad news for Spurs, Man United & Everton: Arsenal v Man City in the FA Cup means only 6th gives EL entry
The following post is written on the assumption Man City will beat Wigan. The draw for the FA Cup semifinals had far reaching consequences for Tottenham, Manchester United and Everton. The semifinal draw brought together Arsenal and Manchester City in one match, and Hull versus Sheffield United in the other.
‘That should stay in the dressing room’ – Former Tottenham boss Glenn Hoddle criticises Tim Sherwood for shaming players
Samuel Eto’o only started Chelsea’s clash against Tottenham at Stamford Bridge because Fernando Torres suffered an injury during the warm up but the Cameroonian made the most of the opportunity and proved to be a thorn in the visitors’ side…not bad for an old man. The striker was brought down by Hugo Lloris in the
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood is eyeing up a summer move for Manchester City bit-part midfielder James Milner, as reported by The Sun. The England international has 14 months remaining on his contract at the Etihad and City are yet to start negotiations on an extension, leaving the former Aston Villa man unsure on his future. […]
Intriguing news has filtered out of north London over the past 24 hours – suggesting Tottenham chairman has trumped Arsenal in enticing highly-rated scout Ian Broomfield back to Spurs from under the noses of Arsenal. Reports at the beginning of the month suggested Broomfield had handed in his notice at QPR, where he has been
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that Manchester City remain the favourites to win the Premier League, as reported by ITV Sport. The West London club smashed Tottenham at Stamford Bridge yesterday to move seven points cleat at the top of the table and nine clear of City who have three games in hand due […]
Bids from Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United were first launched for the Olympic Stadium in November 2010 in partnerships with Anschutz Entertainment Group and Newham Council respectively. By February 2011, West Ham had been selected as the “preferred bidder” for the arena by the London Legacy Development Board.
Every game is crucial now to Liverpool as they embark on what could be a very exciting final 10 games of the season. Oliver Smith picks apart the challenge in front of Brendan Rodgers’ men. It’s been a long time since Liverpool were in with a shot of winning the title at the business end of the season- five years, to be precise.
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has been praised widely for his comments after Tottenham’s 4-0 defeat at Chelsea on Saturday. For more, see: Tim Sherwood slams Spurs after 4-0 humiliation by Chelsea.
Chelsea 4 Tottenham Hotspur 0: Manager Tim Sherwood calls on Spurs to show guts following heavy defeat
Chelsea went seven points clear with a huge performance at Stamford Bridge against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. Jose Mourinho’s men put up a fantastic 4-0 performance to begin opening a gap between themselves and the competition. Though Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester City all have games in hand, the Blues have set the standard and demanded the best from the pack that follows closely behind them
Match SummaryTottenham only had themselves to blame as Chelsea recorded a resounding 4-0 victory against their London rivals.A series of defensive howlers settled the game in Chelsea’s favour, with Eto’o, Hazard and Ba the beneficiaries.It means the Blues are now seven points ahead in the table, albeit having played one game less than Liverpool and three less than Manchester City.Regardless, Chelsea can only do what is put in front of them and though not a vintage performance, Tottenham sure handed Chelsea gifts.It was a match that could have ended so differently. Two early chances for Chelsea — first Eto’o within the first minute and Hazard was round the goalkeeper in the fourth minute — went begging, and then for the next 50 minutes, Chelsea had more than met their match defensively, but Tottenham’s high-line held resolutely.Until Minute 55. Vertonghen’s slip was costly, and the Belgian tried to atone by sticking out a leg to stop Schurrle running on to it, only for it to help Chelsea in the form of Samuel Eto’o
Tim Sherwood rightly tore a strip off his Tottenham Hotspur players following the embarrasing 4-0 defeat at Chelsea. In a frank and honest post-match interview, Sherwood cited the fact that his squad lacks ‘characters’ and cannot continue to come short against the top teams if we have any hope of playing in the Champions League.
Tottenham’s Younes Kaboul & his dodgy shoelaces contributed to gifting Samuel Eto’o Chelsea’s opener [Vine]
Hugo Lloris6 Kyle Naughton7 Younes Kaboul7 Michael Dawson6 Jan Vertonghen5 Kyle Walker5 Aaron Lennon6 Gylfi Sigurdsson5 Sandro7 Nabil Bentaleb6 Emmanuel Adebayor5 Paulinho6 Zeki Fryers5THE GOODThe first half defensive display from the whole team, keeping their shape well and stifling Chelsea’s attacking threat.Kyle Naughton’s control of Hazard in the first 45 minutes, completely nullifying his impact […]The post Player Ratings: Michael Oliver 4-0 Tottenham appeared first on SpursWeb – Tottenham Hotspur News.
Another trip to Stamford Bridge ended in tears as we found ourselves on the end of a 4-0 thrashing. A decent first-half gave us hope but a typically suicidal defensive display left us with little to cheer at the final whistle. That Starting XI There’s a meltdown online on a weekly basis about an hour or so before kick-off and this week was no different