Embarrassing and predictable, England bow out of the Euros

As the dust settles on yet another lacklustre and timid display from the choking Three Lions, England have bowed out of Europe for the second time in a week. It’s rightly cost Roy Hodgson his job and questions are now being raised regarding the position of captain Wayne Rooney. I hereby throw my name forward for England head coach – I can’t do a much worse job than what we’ve seen for the last 4 years, and I’ll do it for a fraction of the £3.5 million a year that Hodgson rakes in. Continue reading

Is Pochettino finally bucking the trend of the monotonous Tottenham merry-go-round?

For many Spurs fans, the term ‘déjà vu’ is one that most appropriately describes the team’s seasons, as we appear to consistently follow the same blueprint, year in year out.

Linked with many Champions League quality players throughout the summer before a new campaign, and Chairman Daniel Levy’s shrewd business stance being called into question countless times before a ball’s even been kicked, pre-season usually presents Tottenham as a selling club punching above its weight in the transfer market.

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