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On a road to nowhere? Why Spurs are at a crossroads

Walker, Capoue, Holtby looking devastated

After the sacking of André Villas-Boas it is hard to deny Spurs are in a deep crisis. But haven’t we been here time and time again? Spurs were battered twice in the space of three weeks. Getting hit for six

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André Villas-Boas sacked

Andre Villas-Boas

This morning Spurs have sacked head coach André Villas-Boas. His dismissal followed Tottenham’s 5-0 home defeat to Liverpool on Sunday.

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Reflections on Spurs/Hull

It wasn’t a performance to remember. We didn’t really deserve to win, but we did anyways. Following a surprisingly early start this morning, I decided to head to midtown to watch the game at O’Casey’s, home of the NY Spurs

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AVB and the missing spark

Nearly three months into the season, despite some turgid results – most notably our recent loss at home to Wigan – I still haven’t lost faith in AVB.

As with recent occurrences after a poor performance Twitter is awash with the usual “AVB hasn’t a clue, AVB out, we are worse than with Harry”. I wanted to take the moment to try offer an alternative view to that is shared by the more considered Spurs fans as opposed to the nonsense spouted on Twitter and championed on “Harry friendly” TalkSport by Adrian Durham, the chief piper to the clueless brigade.

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