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PATHETIC - EARLY GOALS

PATHETIC - EARLY GOALS

I do not need to highlight the recent run of games where we have had disastrous and as the title states ' pathetic' starts to matches.

Without delving too deep (will leave that to the Stato's amongst you) but our last SIX games have seen us fall behind early. Last weekend saw us two goals down against struggling WBA, and as we know it got worse as we conceded a third in the first half.

Thankfully they stopped playing once they had the lead. We saw Sunderland take the lead at WHL, we saw a 1st minute Liverpool goal quickly followed by more, Southampton scored two early goals at WHL prior to that. When we needed a quick start away to Benfica, we conceded early and yes, the week before we conceded another 1st minute goal at WHL to the Goons.

I think my point is, we are not learning from our mistakes. We are not going onto the pitch with the right mentality and the right message. We need to be more aggressive from the first minute and stop making every match difficult and having to chase the games.

The good teams (as we have seen) will not let us back into games and the others - well, we all know that we have players to cause teams problems. Surely Tim, the coaching staff & the players must learn, but after six games in a row it seems not.

I`m taking my boy to the match on Saturday and may close my eyes for the first few minutes. Tim & the players - six games in a row is a major embarrassment. Please sort your attitude out from minute one & please get things right BEFORE Kick Off. COYS

Written by Windlespur



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Writer:windlespur
Date:Wednesday April 16 2014
Time: 10:18AM

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It seems we need to go a goal or two down before we wake up. Why?
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 10:23:00
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True Windlespur. Of course selling our best players every year does not help. Liverpool kept suarez and the rest is history, i don't care for the argument that Bale wanted to go or Liverpool never got a big bid for suarez, the fact is we can't keep hold of our world class players, and we have a chairman who endorses buying young and selling at a profit, while that model is in place, we will always have inconsistencies on the pitch.
spurfect one
16/04/2014 10:25:00
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Wasn't that always the way it used to be with Spurs, Man On, go goal behind and suddenly we wake up.
Ossie
16/04/2014 10:25:00
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Nice one Windlespur. I'd suggest arriving ten minutes late and hope for the best. or maybe your son will be a lucky omen.

prayers, laces, socks and chats need to be done long before kickoff, and some pumping up done in the tunnel after a rousing motivational address from the gaffer and captain! Its basic stuff, we all did it as kids. I don't know what has gone on before kick off's to allow the messy starts we have had, but surely its about focus and motivation! It looks more like the players have been dragged away from the X boxes in the dressing room, and that aint right!
Dublin Hotspur
16/04/2014 10:26:00
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Ossie. True.
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 10:27:00
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spurfect one-sadly it dont work that way.its called the football facory
ghulamville
16/04/2014 10:28:00
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The images of our players waiting in the tunnel at Anfield spoke a thousand words!
spurfect one
16/04/2014 10:28:00
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Ghulam?? i don't get you
spurfect one
16/04/2014 10:29:00
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The players are obviously confused by Tim's complex tactics and team talk.
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 10:29:00
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Spurfect one. its a good point. look at Southampton, if they do seek their young talent for the kind of fees being floated around, they will be headed only one way. we are not as bad in that respect, but we do need to hold onto what we've got and move on.
I don't think this has anything to do with pre match routines though. something is very wrong in the camp.

Ossie, wouldn't it be great to go 2 up early on and get some big scores going. get the confidence up, rather than chasing all the time. it would also give a good opportunity to give the young lads a run out late on in games, and not put so much pressure on the first teamers fitness.?
Dublin Hotspur
16/04/2014 10:30:00
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i dont get it myself
ghulamville
16/04/2014 10:33:00
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Dublin, Yeah i agree mate, even if we have no world class players it does not excuse the terrible starts. I was just watching the Hillsborough tributes and to be honest i am rather jealous of Liverpool's position and the way they have played this season, a big part of me thought that could have been us in that position with the right choices made.
spurfect one
16/04/2014 10:35:00
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Of course Dublin, but thats just not the Spurs way.....
Ossie
16/04/2014 10:35:00
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It's like there's a complete lack of motivation at kick-off, but when we concede, then some kind of pride kicks in...
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 10:36:00
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the upset from us is if one of le scum,chavs,manure,arsenal had to fall out of top 4,we should have been the ones to capitalise given our 4545 finishes.but footy is ever evolving and dont work out that way
ghulamville
16/04/2014 10:40:00
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for 2 to fall out and we still cant get in is inexplicable
ghulamville
16/04/2014 10:44:00
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We have to look forward with a new manager and accept that the biggest investment in the squad must be at the back. Tim has no clue how to set a defence up and the players are all over the place. Think about it logically and you will see that the only players worth keeping are Lloris, Walker, Chiriches, Vertonghen and perhaps Kaboul or Fryers. A squad needs 3 keepers and 8 or 9 defenders and we have 4, maybe 5 of those. I don't want to depress everyone but that will mean it will take at least 2 transfer windows for a new manager to sort it out. We literally have to shift Friedel, Gomes, Naughton, Dawson, Khumalo, Hall, Rose, Ekotto and perhaps Kaboul and Fryers. That's 10 players of which at least a few have run their contract down and will walk. Of the rest, the chairman has to accept any offers and the manager has to accept he might need to work with a Rose, Naughton or Dawson for a while longer. Hopefully that will only be as backups.

Interesting to see that whilst the football world was looking at 19 year old Luke Shaw, Everton snuck in and signed John Stones from Barnsley for £3m. That's the sort of signing we need. He's already being talked about for England. Saying that, we had Caulker and let him leave whilst giving Dawson another 25 games in our shirt. You couldn't make this stuff up.
muttley
16/04/2014 10:45:00
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ghulamville, so are you saying you will settle for being on the peripheral because football evolves? How about we evolve too lol
spurfect one
16/04/2014 10:46:00
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hmm play a high line with two cb's that have been out injured and have Pauli and Chadli as CM's with eriksen playing left, let our 'LB' go foraging like a left winger and wonder why we concede?...yep it's a mystery....
shedboy2
16/04/2014 10:47:00
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ghulamville- you're name keeps reminding me of the LB at Napoli (ghoulam)...perhaps it's sign....;)
shedboy2
16/04/2014 10:49:00
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spurfect-our model does not allow us to hit the top.i for one wouldnt welcome the chavs/city sugar daddy models
ghulamville
16/04/2014 10:52:00
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Ghulam, its worse than you point out. Utd and possibly Arse fall out of top 4, replaced by pool (deservedly) and Toffees (deservedly) was it 2 seasons ago we finished ahead of Chelsea, we have been ahead of everton and pool for years. we have regressed further rather than slot in above the two teams we have finished ahead of for many seasons. In fact, it shouldn't matter what the others do, because we should be eating at the top table now. natural progression.
mis management on our part has been the catalyst for us, and good management the catalyst for the two teams from merseyside who have taken advantage of the situation.
Dublin Hotspur
16/04/2014 10:54:00
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and back to the article, motivated players, strong starts and early goals as opposed to letting them in, we would be up there!

early goals and lack of motivation have cost us so many points, and capitulations this season its unreal. what was our GD last season? better than zero I am sure! herein lies the problem. how many points have we lost, how many goals, because of the way we start games!!
Dublin Hotspur
16/04/2014 10:56:00
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Ghulamville, exactly, our model does not allow us because we SELL our best players. We have not exactly been paupers in spending, i think the 4th biggest spenders in the premier since its introduction. Ok we do not have the financial might of them clubs you mentioned but with the money we have spent and if the right choices were made we could be flying high, liverpool prime example. Also do you think chelsea fans were complaining about having a sugar daddy when they were winning the CL? or were city fans complaining when they won the league? If it was spurs fans we would be reveling in the glory!
spurfect one
16/04/2014 11:01:00
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The other telling stat is that this season Sandro has appeared 17 times and Capoue 18 times in all competitions. We've had so many games when neither has been on the field. Others like Paulinho, Dembele and Bentaleb just don't have protecting the back four as their primary thought and it shows. I'm at a loss to know what it would take to get 40 games out of someone like Sandro. He's spent most of his 4 years injured or carrying niggles.
muttley
16/04/2014 11:03:00
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Muttley- yes we need work at the back but it's not as bad as it could be...Gomes, Brad, BAE are all gone in the summer no need to worry about them....Daws (whilst not the best) we'll keep for continuity around the club and back up CB, Hall I'm not sure what his contract is but I think he'd be salable as would Khumalo (last year of contract) or another loan, these guys don't come into the thinking for the 1st team(they won't get a squad place and their pay is peanuts). Kaboul is last year of contract so yes we need to shift (or re-sign) along with Rose who is just not good enough but I think both not too difficult to shift......a LB (like rodriguez) and a player like Indi who could play LCB and LB for us would be good along with a back up GK (paul robinson?)....leaving Rodriguez, Indi, Verts, daws, Vlad, Naughton, Walker, Lloris, Robinson and archer...so we need 3 players but will lose 3 players without trying at the end of the season...our defense was pretty good when we played DM's so I think the sentence 'Tim has no clue how to set a defence up and the players are all over the place.' is pretty accurate and that is the first thing we need to sort!
shedboy2
16/04/2014 11:07:00
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Last season we scored 66 goals and conceded 46, we have already let in 48 goals this season but that is still good compared to last season considering we have let in around 27 goals against the top 4 teams. We keep going behind and then trying to play, not sure what it is but the set up is a major factor and what they do on the training ground.
Kong
16/04/2014 11:08:00
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Firstly, get rid of the huddle at the start, every player get into position early so they have plenty of time to compose themselves and concentrate. Secondly, recognise it as a habit that needs breaking and start the game set up far more defensively with full backs solely focused on their primary role for the first 10 minutes. Thirdly, find a remote island somewhere in the pacific and dump Danny Rose there.
flipper
16/04/2014 11:10:00
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Windlespur - well written article but if the team can solve it - they'd be answering a lot of prayers!!!

In the meantime, join the rest of us in crossing everything and keep repeating to yourself "please don't concede and keep the ball away from #3" until 15 mins is up or we concede - whichever comes first.

Highgatespur
16/04/2014 11:16:00
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I'm beginning to hate the term "Spurs Way" - since when have we conceded early goals with such regularity? ... I think never - we are bound to break a record or two in that aspect.
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 11:16:00
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We also haven't scored in the first 15 minutes of any Premier League game this season so there is clearly a problem with mentality/attitude. We obviously need a manager who the players are going to listen to.
DoncasterHotspur
16/04/2014 11:18:00
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We have failed to score a goal in the opening 15 minutes of a Premier League game this season, the only team not to. We have managed to concede early goals, inside 15 minutes in 7 games and the two scored by West Brom brought the total conceded to 8.
Kong
16/04/2014 11:22:00
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Beat me to it DoncasterHotspur :).
Kong
16/04/2014 11:24:00
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A couple of players (inc capt) should be assigned the job of yelling in the tunnel...getting the team focused on winning and beating the other lot, keep handshakes and smiles with friends on the other side to a min...any player seen doing his shoelace up/ankle strap etc within 5 mins of the start should be fined! ..and the set up needs sorting if FB's are bombing on then DM's are a must...don't play a suicidal high line against pace etc etc
shedboy2
16/04/2014 11:28:00
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Have we been done for match fixing yet, the odds before kick-off are much lower always odds-on, but betting in play when we go 1 down they increase to odds against 2 down and your on a right result, 3-1 down at WBA @ HT backing both the draw and us to win, was good punting. I think the fat bloke who makes notes for Dim in the stands, has a direct link to skybet.
spu 4 life
16/04/2014 11:39:00
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I don't think it's the players fault we concede so early or for that matter Dim, it has to be the medical staff and it takes 5 to 10 mins for the sleeping tablets in the energy drinks to wear off.
spu 4 life
16/04/2014 11:48:00
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I don’t think early goals are pathetic. I love it when we score an early goal! As far as the opposition goes, I think there could be any number of reasons for us conceding early. 1) TS has not noticed (it’s sometimes hard to see the pitch from high up in the stands). 2) It’s part of TS revolutionary new tactics. 3) It’s designed to lull the opposition into a false sense of security (this saved us a point at WBA). 4) It’s attention seeking (lots of people, like us, talk about it). 5) Conceding early during every game guarantees consistency (and we all know from the team selections that TS is big on consistency). 6) It makes the strikers feel better for not scoring many goals if the defence is conceding goals (very useful for team bonding). 7) Levy has demanded more goals during our games (and as we’re unable to score them ,,,!). It’s very complicated.

Now I’d better read the article!
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 11:50:00
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My prediction for the Fulham match... They score in the first 5 minutes and we fail to in the first 15. They take a 2-0 lead on the stroke of half time. Second half, we come out all guns a blazing and score in the first 5 mins. Fulham give us a few scares but Lloris keeps us in it. We score two in the last 7 mins to complete the fantastic comeback, (Eriksen with the winner). Tim takes all the credit and we don't give him any... Or, we beat them 6-1!
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 11:53:00
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Geofspurs you have it nailed on geof, your summary is correct, this way T.D.S after match interview comes across with more punch ''the lads showed great desire and character after going 5-0 so early to pull it around to win 6-5''
spu 4 life
16/04/2014 11:56:00
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Kong .... Stats are interesting. I like your goal difference stats. Actually I’m not sure why people think it’s been such a bad season; the Double team managed 66 points in a season and we have 60 points with 4 games to go!
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 11:57:00
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How dare you mention the double winning team in the same sentence as this seasons shower!?
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 11:59:00
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we only have 4 more games to go, so why worry at this stage of the season, the players are looking forward to the world cup for those involved and the rest are already on the beach, our home strip vs fulham will be flip-flops made by jurgen klopp, bermuda shorts care of joe lewis, hawaii multi coloured shirts care of ebay, donation made by Mr D Levy.
spu 4 life
16/04/2014 12:04:00
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Geof, you fail to mention that the double team only got 2 points for a win, just goes to show how good they were.
spurfect one
16/04/2014 12:06:00
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spu .... I forgot one! If they score first we don't have to worry about them equalising. :-)
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 12:06:00
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spu 4 life... I'd pay to witness that.
MAN ON!
16/04/2014 12:07:00
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geof but they only got 2pts for a win, 42 games played won 31 drew 4 lost 7 scored 115 goals against 55 1960-61
spu 4 life
16/04/2014 12:12:00
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I bet some players are thinking of clubs they want to play for next season. COYS!
James1
16/04/2014 12:15:00
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spu/spurfect ... I know! lol Stats are great! Please tell me you did not think I was serious?
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 12:17:00
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We are the only PL team not yet to have scored in the first 15 minutes of a PL game this season. We concede plenty early on but don't score any early goals at all. So much for getting the boys fired up and raring to go in the dressing room then! Whose job is it to do that?
SpuriousLife
16/04/2014 12:19:00
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I know that geof, makes interesting reading amazing team and some even more amazing results during the season, winning the double, first game was august 20th, our first loss came on Nov 12th away to Sheff Wed, 16 games unbeaten winning 15 of them and one draw.
spu 4 life
16/04/2014 12:23:00
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Muttley,, we should keep Naughton as RB.. release Walker (too many mistakes, goals resulting from them, and 15m into THFC..) Fryers is a good CB & LB back . The rest can go as you said.
Block D Spurs
16/04/2014 12:25:00
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I said stats were 'interesting' ... not accurate or meaningful!
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 12:26:00
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We can win the rest of our games and finish on 72 points in 7th place and some wag will still think the points total is good! 7th place! When people will learn that points are only used to determine league position I don't know...James1- and what division do we have to go to find the ones thinking of Spurs?...sad really
shedboy2
16/04/2014 12:31:00
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spu ... I was there and it's all ingrained in my memory! We actually started the season 45 minutes late ... because the team did not click until the second half (it was 0-0 at half time at home to Everton). But, after 45 minutes the magic began!
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 12:37:00
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Good article Windlespur.... it should have been shorter... Leave off the "early goals" and most of the piece. lol..... PATHETIC and FIRST HALF and EVERY GAME. Think that just sums it up to a T !!!!!!!! Oh well there's always next season. COYS GATS.
longtimespur
16/04/2014 12:42:00
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longtime ... that's picked the guts out of it pretty well.
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 12:45:00
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Lets take a step back here, we have a jekyll and hyde team on our hands at the moment. Whether thats between the first half and the second half of games or the first half of the season and the second half. Our problem in the first half of the seaosn was not conceding early goals it was scoring. Infact we had one of the meanest defensives for the first third of the season. Now we can't stop conceding so is it too much of a stretch to suggest its not a playing staff problem we have? Likewise we are finding gaols alot easier to come by in the second half of the season. Maybe we have gone from aiming to not loose games to balls out attacking and feck the defensive work but that still does not explain the regular lackluster first halves.

The root of all our problems, in my mind is the "high defensive line" that AVB introduced and Tim seems to have embraced it drags our Full backs too far forward especially when they have very poor positional sense to begin with. It leaves our goalkeeper overly exposed and removes time and space from our cbs who find themselves chased down all too easily with no safety valve of a back pass to bail them out. We need to pull our back line back toward our own goal and only release one of our full backs to go forward with an attack and never into the final third if at all possible. Lets have a little bit of faith in the five or so attacking players we deploy every week and not try to make Danny Rose or Kyle Walker our main point of attack.

This is a managerial problem and one that should be easily resolved as it seems to me the high defensive lines suits none of the defenders at our club!!! With a bit more time and space our CB could clear the ball safely or pass it off to a team mate, our Goalkeeper wouldn't be playing as a sweeper and the silly early goals should dry up. It would also afford more space on the pitch for our more technically gifted players to operate in.

Daniel Levy, I'm am available with only four weeks notice for my current employer and I don't have any coaching badges either!
Slurms McKenzie
16/04/2014 12:48:00
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Slurms ... we played with a miserly defence in the early games despite the high line tactic. It seemed to work until we hit the top teams who attack at pace with good players. Maybe it would have made more sense to mix it up a bit ... choose the right games to play high line. Playing high line is never going to work against the likes of Pool and City with the players we have. Both AVB and TS have proved naive in this regard and, seemingly, unable to change their tactics. imo
Geofspurs
16/04/2014 13:00:00
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Spurious, in answering your question,
"So much for getting the boys fired up and raring to go in the dressing room then! Whose job is it to do that?"
I can hear a chorus "not mine, guv!" lead by the coaching team!!!
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 13:03:00
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The article made me curious to see the attitude we have towards investment in the back line, based on the last 10 years we've spent around £88 million on defenders, compared to our midfield which has had around £189 million. That doesnt include Van der Vaart, Bale or Dos Santos.
coys1717
16/04/2014 13:03:00
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Block D - I'm still of the opinion that all Kyle Walker needs is a good coach to help him develop. It scares me to think what Moyes, Mourinho, Rodgers, Martinez would do if they got his hands on him. I'm also hoping that Walker learns a lot from sitting on his backside as Johnson remains England's RB in the summer. He should have to his game together by now and the turmoil at the club isn't helping him. I think a new coach would love to have him. Not sure I can say the same about Naughton though.
muttley
16/04/2014 13:06:00
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Geof agreed and you've also pointed out the biggest failings in both of our managers this season and they will only change their approach with experience, something we can't afford to give them.
Slurms McKenzie
16/04/2014 13:06:00
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Geof does the three v WBrom, two vs Soton, three v Whamboys, count in that analysis
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 13:07:00
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Shed I'm hoping a well respected manager will change the mindset of the players wishing or thinking of leaving this great club. COYS!
James1
16/04/2014 13:08:00
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Have to be passionate about what your doing on a football pitch for the duration of the match. Everything else will fall along the wayside if you have no passion from the outset. Far too many playing the blame game, watching other's in the hope they will make a difference as opposed to picking up the baton themselves.

Like many things in life, if you want it enough, sheer hard work and determination will go a long way to achieving the success desired, fail at this point, how can you expect to reach your goals.
Cider spurs
16/04/2014 13:08:00
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muttley look at what Moyes and martinez did with Baines and later with Coleman (who started out as a winger)
Slurms McKenzie
16/04/2014 13:09:00
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Hard work and the right coaching can turn an average player into a very capable type. Henderson being a prime example of this, Curtis Davis at Hull another.
Cider spurs
16/04/2014 13:11:00
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When the same mistake is made every match of letting in early goals you have to wonder if manager and players have learning difficulties.Preparation is one of the criteria Sherwood will be judged on come end of season judgement day. The players do not carry the can sadly even when they deserve to
cynicspur
16/04/2014 13:11:00
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Geoff and spu4life - you may be closer to the truth than you think... often the source of conversation during half times...
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 13:15:00
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As for Coleman. I saw something in him when we played Everton a few seasons back. He is exactly what I'm talking about, he has learned, took on board his weaknesses and worked on them, improved season on season as a player. At Spurs many stagnate or their ability subsides. Lennon a fine example.
Cider spurs
16/04/2014 13:15:00
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the stats show that the main fault lies with dim sums lack and bad coaching and zero knowledge of any tactics his substitutes use is woeful his team selection is incomprehenceble (PLAYING OUR BEST PLAYER OUT OF POSITION ERIKSEN) is a perfect example, his public lambasting the players proves his motavational skills are non existant (excuse spelling guys) and playing his love children chadli and bentalheb every game when we all can see that chadli was a waste of 7m and benty is not ready for the top tier yet , so i pray that he is going is true as he has taken our beloved club into freefall, get shot of friedal gomez rose daws chadli kumali livermore kane naughton fryers siggy keep kabs as back up , soldado will come good pauli will be fine once dim sum goes capoue will also be a good asset as will the yet to see gifted lamella chiri is doing ok but will improve next season and then of course our eriksen is a soon to be a legend add a striker lb 2cbs and watch us fly under a lvg or fdb as manager who knows what their doing COYS
tottspur
16/04/2014 13:19:00
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Wouldn't you James?
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 13:20:00
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Cider and best of all he cst 50,000 euro from Sligo Rovers, - what a deal (for the Toffess not the Bit O' Red). Would 8-10 million even tempt Everton to sell now??
Slurms McKenzie
16/04/2014 13:20:00
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Slurms - that last bit about badges should be the decider - "well done and congratulations - so, what are those papers ? Plans... what are they ?"
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 13:26:00
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Muttley, agree with you on Walker - spot on!
Highgatespur
16/04/2014 13:28:00
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