Ramos, Poyet and Comolli all sacked on eve of huge match

Levy somehow manages to make things worse for Spurs…again!

Exactly a year to the day after Martin Jol was sacked as Tottenham manager, the club have announced the departures of manager Juande Ramos, assistant Gus Poyet, sporting director Damien Comolli and coach Marcos Alvarez.

The Jol sacking was abysmally timed, with almost everyone who attended [...]

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Spot The Scapegoat

Everybody desperate to be blamed for Tottenham’s crisis

No one guilty of passing the buck at White Hart Lane

Jonathan Woodgate wants the blame

Yesterday, Juande Ramos showed his willingness to take full responsibility for Tottenham’s current rubbishness, claiming the attitude of his players is still very good, and he is working hard to [...]

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Daily Democracy

Vote: Will Juande Ramos make it to Christmas?

At Spurs, that is. He’s not dying or anything.

Juande Ramos conducting an orchestra

As Tottenham finished another performance where absolutely everything went wrong yesterday, chairman Daniel Levy was caught by the cameras chatting into his mobile. It’s possible that he was ordering a Dominos so [...]

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Nightmare in N17

Are you a Spurs fan wondering who to blame? Try Juande Ramos (part 1)

Spanish coach doing his absolute best to ensure Spurs win the Championship next season

Juande Ramos The Spoiler has come into information that suggests Spurs fans are badly in denial when it comes to correctly apportioning responsibility for their unhappy start to the season. (The Spoiler has [...]

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Money Matter$

Tottenham could be sold “by the end of the week”

Two buyers lined up for top flight’s worst performing club

No one needs to remind Spurs that their season-opening form is their worst in over half a century (although it’s quite funny to do so), but their strength on the pitch is far exceeded by their strength in the financial market: the club are said [...]

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Crisis at the Lane

It’s all Berbatov’s fault, says Terry Venables

Stroppy Bulgarian responsible for Spurs’ current peril

Blame Berbs

According to everyone’s favourite crook former England manager Terry Venables, the lacklustre start to Spurs’ season isn’t down to Juande Ramos’ questionable selections, poor use of transfer funds or general incompetence on the field, but it’s all because of that [...]

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daily Democracy

Vote: Are Spurs better off without Robbie Keane?

Loss of tiny little striker may be blessing in disguise

Robbie Keane

With the payment of what Daniel Levy describes as a £20.3m ‘compensation fee’ (note how the same term wasn’t applied when John Bostock was whisked away from Palace), Robbie Keane finally bid adieu to White Hart [...]

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