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It's been an uncharacteristically busy January for Spurs, with José Mourinho attempting to clear up some of the mess that was left for him, whilst attempting to do some forward-planning. He's not done all the business that he'll have wanted to do, but, *shrugs*, I guess that's January?
  • WindyCOYS
  • 9 minute read
  • 1st February 2020 at 10:00
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Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham appear to be moving in the right direction, and the introduction of three players over the past month has helped with the upturn, though the general poor-quality finishing is still a hindrance.
  • WindyCOYS
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  • 26th January 2020 at 19:13
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My thesis is that Mauricio Pochettino is more to blame for the state of our current first team squad* than Daniel Levy. Hear me out.
  • WindyCOYS
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  • 24th January 2020 at 10:15
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We are only a few games into the Jose Mourinho era and it's not a time to draw conclusions about his approach or his tactics, particularly as he is new to working with the squad and has not had ample opportunity to work out what he has and has not got yet. What we can do, though, is note some of the early changes that he has put into place and comment on them.
  • WindyCOYS
  • 4 minute read
  • 13th December 2019 at 17:40
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We’re joined by DJ Amy Lauren. We reflect on the epic last minute win against Aston Villa. Then we discuss open mouths, walking through stewards, divas, have a quick game of BBB then finish off with marrying Harry Winks.


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