March 27, 2012
There's been an awful lot of doom and gloom lately about Spurs' supposed slump, which has seen that other team from north London claw back a ten point gap and take over third place. Harry Redknapp, however, has been typically sanguine about the run of results which has seen Spurs take two points from a possible fifteen:
March 13, 2012
Defeats in the Premier League, that is. Spurs are now clinging on to third place by a single point, following the last gasp victory against Newcastle by that other team from north London. The last time Spurs lost three on the bounce, Juande Ramos was shown the door and Harry Redknapp took his place.
March 7, 2012
Although it was a much improved performance against Man Utd, Spurs have lost their last two league games, conceding eight goals in the process. This has had the effect of narrowing both the points and goal difference gap over the side in fourth, who themselves will have been buoyed not only by their recent victories in the Premiership but also by nearly pulling off a miracle in the Champions League.