NBA Dunk of the Week: Danny Green Destroys the Warriors, Has No Soul
When Corbin Smith first saw this week’s dunk, an atrocity exhibition, he was troubled and shaken to his core. He takes very little pleasure in sharing it with you.
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Trying To Get Our Heads Around Mark Bosnich’s Nazi Salute At White Hart Lane
While most people remember Bosnich as the cherubic goalkeeper with the stonking cocaine habit, his most controversial moment in football is often overlooked or ignored.
the league cup: not actually a complete waste of time
Exploring Jose Mourinho’s Special Relationship With The League Cup
While other managers tend to neglect England’s third most prestigious domestic competition, the Special One respects its prosaic power. What’s more, it usually serves him well in return.
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Gary Lineker at Barcelona: When Leicester’s Favourite Son Went Overseas
Having made his name with Leicester and Everton, the mid eighties saw Gary Lineker snapped up by ‘El Tel’ at Barca. Together, they would stir a slumbering Catalan giant, and restore glory to the club once more.
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Second Servings at The Bridge: Previewing Chelsea vs. Tottenham
In the second Premier League Preview of the week, we fondly recall that time last season where Chelsea and Spurs kicked the absolute shite out of each other.
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Please, Sir, Can I Have Some More: Reviewing Tottenham vs. West Ham
In the final serving of this week’s Premier League Review, we discuss the Dickensian naming rituals of the Tottenham academy and West Ham’s chronically ill season.
olivier giroud is shit scared of alf
ALF Is Going To Get You Tonight: Reviewing Arsenal vs. Tottenham
In the second instalment of this week’s Premier League Review, we assess the potential repercussions of the North London derby, and Olivier Giroud’s crippling fear of ALF.
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Remembering the Greatest North London Derbies of Recent Times
With Arsenal about to meet Spurs for what promises to be one of the fiercest games of the season, we look back at their greatest clashes of recent times. Note: ‘great’ depends on perspective.
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Tottenham Hotspur At The Crossroads: Previewing Arsenal vs. Spurs
In the second of this week’s Premier League Previews, we look forward to the North London derby, and ask the crucial question: just how Spursy will it turn out to be?
Manu Ginobili Is Still Here, For However Much Longer
A generation of NBA stars are retiring or announcing their plans to. But the Spurs shooting guard presses on.
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The Malevolent God of Banter: Previewing Spurs vs. Leicester
While Leicester have taken the 38-game-open-top-bus-tour approach to this season, Spurs are fighting at the top once more. But after a brace of draws, they badly need a win against the champions this weekend.
The Cult: Teddy Sheringham
In the nineties and early noughties, Teddy Sheringham was one of the most effective strikers in the Premier League. Despite all those goals, however, he remains somehow unloved.