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Shankly’s Village

‘As somebody who cherished the friendship of my great fellow Ayrshireman Bill Shankly, I am delighted that the story of the remarkable mining village that produced him is being vividly told. Physically, Glenbuck has been expunged but its name will … Continue reading

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BUENA SUERTE (or ‘ISN’T GOOGLE TRANSLATE WONDERFUL’

SO hello, Mauricio, welcome to White Hart Lane, the world famous home of the Spurs. Or is it infamous? The old place has been something of a temple of managerial doom in the last decade or so. It’s like that … Continue reading

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Oh Ledley, Ledley

FOOTBALL in May shouldn’t be like this. Drenching rain, a cold wind, and hundreds waiting on a platform for a train that never seems to arrive. A departing crowd making their way home after a fixture with nothing at stake. … Continue reading

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Darren Alexander

A brief word on Darren Alexander, joint-chair of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporter’s Trust, whose funeral is today. Darren was one of those larger-than-life types who didn’t just know so many people, but made such an impression on them all. Reaction … Continue reading

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Enic out!? No – just do their job. The state of Spurs we’re in

ANOTHER weekend, another Spurs-in-crisis post-mortem on the following Monday. Look at the papers this morning and you’d be forgiven for thinking this is some member of the serially successful European elite that’s being probed and dissected, instead of a well-supported … Continue reading

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