Tag Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

When Frankenshirt Met Frankendress & Other Tales from London

24 Sep

One of the fun things to do every year is see what outrageous fashion appears at The Best awards. I mean, Dani Alves is always worth a look – remember when he went apeshit with a bedazzler? And Messi never disappoints in his sartorial faux pas. Ah, but our Sese in a class by himself as is his missus. The happy couple hit the plane attired in their signature idiosyncractic style. Special shoutout to Pilar’s tangerine studded leather jacket because that is truly something and Sergio is just bein’ Sergio. Note the Frankenshirt. I swear to fuck, this man cannot purchase something that hasn’t been pieced together from seven different other garments. I bet his fave Dolly Parton song is “Coat of Many Colors” Anyhow, at first glance, it’s Frankenlicious, but tame for Sergio. But you really need to see the full thing… Continue reading


The Daily Drool – Champions League Group B – Tottenham Hotspur: Kieran Trippier

18 Sep

Right back/right wing back Kieran joined Tottenham in 2015.  He has represented England at the U18, U19, U20, U21 and senior levels.

Ready For Tottenham, Leg 2

1 Nov

It’s hard to talk about football right now. My heart is heavy. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Champions League – Group H – Tottenham Hotspur: Harry Winks

31 Oct

Midfielder Harry came up through Tottenham’s youth system and was promoted to the senior team in 2014. He has represented England at the U17, U18, U19, U20, U21 and senior levels.

Ready For Tottenham: Leg 1

16 Oct

Tomorrow, the Champions League resumes and this time, we welcome Spurs. Continue reading

Preparing For Tottenham

15 Oct

Benz and Cris saved the day yesterday, the latter getting his first La Liga goal of the season. The team returned to training today in preparation of Tuesday’s Champions League match vs. Tottenham. Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Hugo Lloris

10 Mar

hugo-llorisHugo has been Tottenham’s goalkeeper since 2012. He has represented France at the U18, U19, U20, U21 and senior levels.