Ashley compared to Levy. Interesting read
The true cost of falling out of the Premier League and never spending on infrastructure
And a reminder that while we’ll feel the pinch with the stadium temporarily, we’ve been making huge strides
Altho: of our 215m profit from last decade, 188m...
Nice read on supporting Spurs in the late 50s and 60s today on F365, extract from Martin Cloake's book:
My dad's era. Oh the the stories
So Harry's column today begrudgingly admits that this Spurs side is better than his - but not before this belter.
Good to know Rochdale are so well trained. And that its just about "having athletes" - which is presumably why he signed Ryan Nelson.
Turn the page and Arnesen throws shit in his...
Nice if standard-at-the-mo piece on F365. Lots of mentions of wage gaps you'll be pleased to know: http://www.football365.com/news/tottenham-the-title-races-other-fairytale-club
"Pochettino has achieved 3 years' work in 12 months"
Just caught this in a piece on Utd's academy plans that it's suggested they're going to nick McDermott
Hope we can fend them off
"He has great qualities and he will make a great career. But once a player is at Spurs you don't even consider him any more."
A subtle attempt to put people off signing for us or just honest to goodness tribalism?
Andrew Gaffney (@GaffneyVLC)
Tottenham starlet Marcus Edwards removes "Tottenham Hotspur" from his Twitter bio. Cue the rumours..
Anyone got an info on his status? Scored a corker for the England U17s but appears to have removed Spurs from his biography on Twitter...
And 11th fastest in the league. Really?! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/competitions/premier-league/11525027/The-top-20-fastest-players-in-the-Premier-League-revealed.html
If so, says a lot about how much our team lacks pace. Although I think this must be on acceleration as surely...
Interesting reading: http://m.tottenhamhotspur.com/news/financial-results-270315/
Revenues up 22%, £54m debt in 2013 been turned into £3m funds in 2014. Net assets £120m more than year before. That's some serious financial sliverware right there
Anyone got a Times sub to add detail to this intro? Sounds intriguing
"Tottenham Hotspur have drawn up secret plans to build the biggest club stadium in London after obtaining a crucial piece of land that is the subject of an intense legal challenge, The Times can reveal.
In what will be seen...
And that's why there will only be one.
Piece by Patrick Collins in the Mail (hence no link) in support of Hull chairman trying to change the club's name. Excerpt:
"Arsenal and Aston Villa, Leyton Orient and Accrington Stanley, West Bromwich Albion and Crewe Alexandra: the names flutter past...
Not something I ever thought I'd write
Wonder if his insurance covers this :sneaky: