For the past few decades, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club jave seemed caught in a cyclical pattern. Bring along a promising player, developing them into a highly prized commodity. Fail to convince them the club can match their needs/ambition/desires/etc. Receive repeated and increasing bids for their services from those in greener pastures, eventually culminating in Spurs […]

WSOTP Pod: Season 1 Episode 8 In case you didn’t already know, WSOTP Pod‘s Jeremy Lance (@JeremyLance) is a Chelsea fan while D.J. Switzer (a.k.a. me and @wrongsideofpond) is a Spurs fan. So this past weekend’s matchup between the two London rivals was also means that this was the first ever WSOTP Pod Derby. And […]

I don’t know if anyone else is feeling this way, but my cup runneth over with football at the moment. I already felt like my cup was full with the increased availability of Premier League coverage this season, but that’s feeling even more full given that the Capital One Cup and European midweek fixtures regularly […]

When Daniel Levy decided back in June that Harry Redknapp era needed to come to an early end and that he should replace him with André Villas-Boas, he was making a calculated decision. Unseating a manager with a proven track record only to replace him with one who’s relatively unproven was always going to have […]