Redknapp and Levy’s transfer poser & Tottenham stung by ruling – Best of THFC

Tottenham made up ground at the top of the Premier League table courtesy of Luka Modric and a brace from Gareth Bale. Harry Redknapp suggested that the North Londoners were far from out of the race, following defeat at City, and a vintage Tottenham performance will give them confidence ahead of Monday night in a game that will be a huge test for Spurs and their title aspirations. Three points would provide a real statement of intent and show they are capable of landing their first title since 1961.

This week at FFC we have seen a mixed bag of Tottenham blogs that include Harry’s judgment questioned; ten deals to baffle supporters, while Levy should blow the roof off at White Hart Lane.


Best of FFC

Can Tottenham’s transfer judgment be questioned?

Just what are Tottenham playing at?

The reason for the inactive January transfer window?

Did Premier League clubs write him off too soon?

Will his Return to the Premier League Be Welcomed?

Tottenham aren’t the first and won’t be the last stung by this ruling

The Top TEN ‘transfers’ that continue to baffle Tottenham fans

Should Tottenham blow the roof off?

Best of WEB

Spurs 3 Wigan 1 Transfer Window 0 – Dear Mr Levy

‘You can’t always get what you want’ – Spurs Musings From Jimmy G2

Home Fans Suck, In Fact I’d Hand Out On The Spot Bans – Harry Hotspur

Harry Becomes One Of Us – Tottenham On My Mind

Sandro tears up Tottenham changing room – Metro


Quote of the Week


“I like to score goals and I see many opportunities with the midfielders, the wingers, and the way the team plays here, so I just can’t wait to get started.

“It’s a very attacking side and they always look for movement of the striker. There is quality everywhere on the pitch, from the goalkeeper to the top.

“There is so much quality and confidence about the team’s play, it’s amazing.” Saha looking forward to the challenge at White Hart Lane (Daily Mail)


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