tottenham hotspur

So on November 6, it's a little matter of what rival fans call each other, the Spuds vs the Gooners or Woolwich Wanderers
On September 14 at Wembley Stadium, England's Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and its hungry-for-success supporters will engage France's Monaco in both teams' opening game of the group stage of the Champions League, European soccer's elite club competition.
The summer has been full of transfer speculation already and we still have over a month until the transfer window closes and all these moves beg the same question -- who will win the title?
It would be like leaving Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady off your Super Bowl gameday squad. And, oh boy, was I bummed. I was at our home in Newport, South Wales, sitting with my family, wearing my World Cup Willie mascot badge.
It's been the best top division finish in most of our Los Angeles Spurs supporters' lives, finishing above four of the traditional big-5 teams -- City, United, Liverpool and Chelsea for the first time in the Premiership's history.
Leicester City must wait at least one more day for their first-ever Premier League title.
The profile of England's elite football league has never been higher. So it makes sense that "Spurs" are making huge moves in growing that base.
United earned four points in two matches, maintaining their 3rd place position in the league table. Louis Van Gaal will be anxious about yet another misfire in an away match, United have only won two matches on the road so far this campaign.
The new English Premier League season only just started and already pitch invaders have interrupted a match. Just as Tottenham
The past two months have been a whirlwind for DeAndre Yedlin, with the World Cup catapulting his name into a new stratosphere
A draw for the USA gets them into the knockout Round of 16. A win gets them the second placed team in Group H, thus probably avoiding dark horses Belgium.
No club wants to have a goalkeeper stand out as its best player. Tottenham's Hugo Lloris said as much late in the season. "If the goalkeeper is man of the match, then it means the team didn't do the job properly."
Spurs are on target to tie their all-time best point total, established last season with 72, yet sit sixth in the standings and eliminated from Champions League qualification with two matches remaining.
Successive derby disasters against Chelsea and Arsenal, a stirring comeback against Southampton, and another soul-crushing loss to Liverpool have confirmed how manager Tim Sherwood will be remembered for (what will surely be) his brief tenure at the helm.
Tottenham Hotspur head coach Tim Sherwood has a weakness for Nabil Bentaleb, and it's had Spurs supporters scratching their heads.
Let's take a moment to sing of Jermaine Defoe, who's off to Toronto FC of the MLS in a month and a half but remaining with Spurs in the interim.
As this Premier League season is one match past the midpoint and takes a break this weekend for FA Cup play -- for which Spurs have drawn an away match against rival Arsenal -- it's a natural point to stop and take stock of where the club is.
Spurs sit in 7th place with a -6 goal differential and are ripe for passing by Manchester United. But who would have done better with this Spurs squad?
A week has done wonders for the outlook of Tottenham Hotspur supporters. After the 6-0 disaster at the Etihad, Spurs responded by taking seven out of a possible nine points.