Tottenham Hotspur v Inter Milan Preview | Key Men, Team News & Stats

Tottenham Hotspur v Inter Milan Preview | Key Men, Team News & Stats

Tottenham Hotspur versus Inter Milan is one of the storied fixtures of the last decade - for it paved the platform for one of the most exciting footballers in Welshman Gareth Bale to put himself in the spotlight. Since then both clubs have had mixed fortunes - while Spurs have, in the last few years been the most consistent side in the Premier League, they have still not been able to crack it in Europe where they have for various …
Spurs Vs Liverpool Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Spurs Vs Liverpool Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

The Premier League returns from the international break this weekend, with one of the title contenders – Liverpool visiting another title contender - Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley. The League is notorious for being a difficult league title to defend. Manchester City this season have already made their task a little bit harder by falling behind with a draw against Wolves. Tottenham have the chance to catch up with their Red rivals if they beat them, while Liverpool can put distance …
Preview - Can Tottenham end their Wembley Hoodoo against Burnley?

Preview - Can Tottenham end their Wembley Hoodoo against Burnley?

So, Tottenham Hotspur will return to their temporary home in Wembley to host Sean Dyche's Burnley on Sunday evening in the third game of the Premier League. Pochettino's side go into this game on the back of a disappointing result against Chelsea and with the pressures of playing in front of a massive crowd meaning an increased allocation for away fans, the task will continue to grow more difficult, should they fail to snap a horrid run (1 win in …
Tottenham Hotspur and the Curious Curse of Wembley Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur and the Curious Curse of Wembley Stadium

Wembley- The Home of English Football. From Alf Ramsey lifting the first (and last) World Cup Trophy for the three lions in 1966 to Diego Maradona dazzling the 1986 World Cup Finale; from Ronald Koeman's cracking European League winner against Sampdoria in 1992 to Rene Higuita's unbelievable scorpion kick in 1995; Wembley has seen it all. Earlier in the season, Tottenham and the FA agreed for the Cockerels to host their European games at Wembley for 2016-17 season. Furthermore, the …
United Warm Up Well for Wembley

United Warm Up Well for Wembley

It was a routine win against an ordinary side for Manchester United at Old Trafford. Yet, it is hard to remember the last time United enjoyed the amount of control on the way to a victory - so much so that David De Gea, usually in the thick of things in every result - good or bad, did not have to make a save that I can recall with admiration. The win took the Red Devils closer to their pursuit …
The Best Ground-Hopping Experiences In The UK

The Best Ground-Hopping Experiences In The UK

The UK is awash with great footballing traditions and is steeped in a rich history of the sport. It’s also the perfect location for those enjoy a spot of “ground-hopping”. The term refers to those who like to attend as many matches as possible at various football grounds and stadiums across the country and the UK has the perfect mix of venues and footballing locations that have a unique style as well as historical significance. So which of the UK’s …
Chelsea In Deep Trouble Without Matic

Chelsea In Deep Trouble Without Matic

Nemanja Matic will miss this weekend's Capital One Cup Final through suspension after seeing red last Saturday during Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Burnley. Chelsea have since lodged an appeal with the Football Association, but success in doing so would only mean that the player's suspension will be reduced and not rescinded, thus truly confirming that the Serb will miss the final at least. In the wake of Saturday's events, Atkinson has been rested for this weekend's upcoming Premier League matches …
Chelsea v Liverpool Preview | Team News, Key Men & Stats

Chelsea v Liverpool Preview | Team News, Key Men & Stats

A week on from the first leg 1-1 draw at Anfield and they are both looking to progress to the first cup final of the season. The difference a week can make  as now Chelsea are looking to bounce back from an astonishing capitulation against Bradford in the FA Cup on Saturday and attempt to avoid a second consecutive home defeat and cup exit. Mourinho said he was ashamed of the result against their League One opposition and that the …
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