The boys are back and boy did we pick a great day to do it on. After three pretty good results we screwed up big time against Fulham. Greg, Bryan, and Ben break down what happened and then begin to vent their frustrations about Spurs' repeated problems. Then we start wondering if Mourinho's days are numbered. It's that kind of a week.
Spurs didn't play Fulham but we're still here to podcast. Greg, Bryan, and Ben are here to break down a less than thrilling draw against Wolves. Then we look back at what about Spurs make us happy before we finally take some listeners' questions.
We're jumping in right after the Stoke match for the kind of rapid reaction the League Cup demands. We take stock of our victory and look at the future of Dele, Lamela, and more. Then we take stock of the team before we enter the christmas period. We look at what we've accomplished in the last year and take stock of what's changed and consider ourselves lucky we're not Arsenal. Join us for some holiday cheer?
Spurs beat the brakes off of Arsenal and life is grand. Greg, Bryan, and Ben are back to laugh heartily at Spurs taking advantage of Arsenal's clownery. We talk about Spurs' devastating counter attack before we proceed to laugh at Arsenal's many, many misfortunes. Join us for the fun.
Tottenham had an exciting? 0-0 draw against Chelsea and we're still top of the table. Greg, Bryan, and Ben break down the thrilling? action. Then we look ahead to the Arsenal match and contemplate our problematic relationship with Christian Eriksen.
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Tottenham Hotspur beat City 2-0 and holy crap we're top of the league! Greg, Ben, and Bryan break down a comprehensive victory from Spurs and marvel at such a comprehensive performance. Then we definitely don't jinx anything by talking about our title chances. Finally, we look ahead to our match against Chelsea.
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Tottenham are in second place after a comfortable victory against West Brom. Greg, Ben, and Bryan are here to take stock of Spurs heading into the international break. What's working? What's not working? And why don't people love Harry Kane as much as we do?
This election week we're waiting for a big win for democracy but at least we got two fairly comfortable wins for Spurs. Greg and Ben take a look at our win over Brighton and discuss why we're not as comfortable with a lead as we could be. Then we dig into what makes Harry Kane great before we turn our attention to the Europa League and Christian Eriksen maybe returning to Spurs.