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The Tottenham Way
55 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
The Crisis Tapes #4; Season Review
Dan and Tom record a quick season review to cover Amazon, COVID, Jan, Dele, and transfers. Enjoy the summer
66 minutes | May 3, 2020
The Crisis Tapes #3
Tom and Dan are joined by Adam Nathan, Historian of Tottenham Hotspur Injustices 1999-present. We take a ride through over 20 years of nonsense, from terrible refereeing decisions in major games, goalkeeper mistakes, dodgy lasagna and fixture scheduling, and decide whether the universe is against our beloved Tottenham Hotspur, especially at times when glory feels so very within reach. Warning: some clips included will wrench your gut. Strap in, this one's going to be a fan favourite.
57 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
The Crisis Tapes #2
Dan and Tom return, with very special guest Greg Jenner, public historian and author, Spurs fan, and more famous - we determine - than Eastenders' Sid Owen. We discuss the culture of celebrity and how footballers in the current climate have had the light shone on them perhaps brighter than ever before. The history of sporting celebrity, sponsorship, salaries and public perception are covered in this fascinating discussion. We also cover training in the park, Son's military service, footballer's wages and much more. BUY GREG'S BOOK! Dead Famous: An Unexpected History of Celebrity From Bronze Age to Silver Screen https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dead-Famous-Celebrity-Greg-Jenner/dp/0297869809
32 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
The Crisis Tapes #1
The world is on fire. We will see Tottenham play football again. Tom and Dan return.
77 minutes | Dec 23, 2019
The Tottenham Way Christmas (VAR) Quiz 2019!
So here it is, VARry Christmas... Another year, another Tottenham Way Christmas Quiz! Expect all the same trivia, competitiveness and pathetic arguing of the following children: Cath (curlycaff) Billie T Jim (@stylishriot) Oly Lister Seann Walsh and Dan Kilpatrick Hosted by Tom Foins and produced by Jim Donaldson. Merry Christmas.
94 minutes | Dec 28, 2018
The Christmas Quiz 2018!
Yes, your eyes do not deceive you, we are back for one night only to bring you the Tottenham Way Christmas Quiz 2018. Tom and Dan welcome back some podcast stalwarts to battle it out for the title of Quiz winners of the year; Dan KillyP with Sean Walsh, Oly Lister and BillieT, and Caff (@curlycaff) and Jack (tehTrunk). We have have 5 round to get through, with some bonus material in the middle where we catch up on all things Spurs, whilst getting steadily more and more drunk throughout. The last 30 minutes contains some truly world class slurring, swearing and shouting over each other. Did you expect any less? It's good to be back. And as ever, COYS.
65 minutes | May 16, 2018
S3 E31 - The Last One
To bring The Tottenham Way podcast to a close, Tom and Dan are joined by pod stalwarts Jim and Oly to review the season and generally disagree with each other over just about everything. We start with Pochettino's comments post-Leicester, and what it could mean for his future at Spurs. Do we expect a big summer? What, indeed, does a big summer look like to us? We talk leaving Wembley (hopefully...) and Kane normalising greatness. We rake over our pre-season predictions to see who was the most wrong, and discuss our favourite moments from the season as a whole. Finally, we want to say an enormous thank you to everyone who has guested, supported, promoted and engaged with The Tottenham Way Podcast over the last 3 years. We'll still be around for the odd special episode here and there, but for now, for the final time: COYS x
53 minutes | May 1, 2018
S3 E30 - Entertaining Rubbish
So, Watford was a struggle wasn't it? Here to discuss a game that Dan - incredibly - found 'entertaining', is Sky Sports and The I journalist Oliver Young-Myles. Important to reverse the slide and get Kane back among the goals, but in a wider context another 5 point buffer over Chelsea in the race for top 4. What was the key to winning the game? Simply Kieran Trippier? Some Dembele and Dier chat, Lloris, Poch and West Brom to finish it all off. Getting closer. COYS
58 minutes | Apr 23, 2018
S3 E29 - Pain, Kane, and Going Again
This week, this horrible, heartbreaking week, it's an El Classico, with just Tom and Dan left to pick themselves up and go over Tottenham's eighth FA Cup semi-final loss in a row. We went ahead, but it still wasn't enough. Why? And when will this ridiculous run end? Pochettino's alarming post-match comments, plus his team selection, get analysed, before we go on to talk about the remarkable treatment of Harry Kane from an authority who should be protecting him. Some Watford talk. Some soul-searching. Some realism. Some dreaming. Some day. COYS.
63 minutes | Apr 18, 2018
S3 E28 - Hats
This week, Dan and Tom are joined by Pete Starr, Head of Content at MatchPint.co.uk and Man United fan ahead pf the massive semi final at Wembley on Saturday. We discuss the uncomfortable Manchester City title win after their worryingly simple victory over Spurs at the weekend, and wonder what both clubs need to do to come close to them next season. As for the game itself, well, we gloss over some stuff. Brighton and the PFA Team of the Season are mulled over, before we get down the semi final chat. Plenty to go over here, including lineups, Vorm, Lloris, Son, Lamela, Martial, Rashford, Pogba and Sanchez, and not to mention Pochettino vs Mourinho. Season defining. COYS.
54 minutes | Apr 9, 2018
S3 E27 - Kane's Firstborn
This week, Tom and Dan discuss Harry Kane's insatiable search for goals, epitomised by his claim for our second goal against Stoke this weekend. We talk about our whipping boys from the Potteries, plus some Dembele metaphors and Toby talk. Little bit of City, and our decent record against them, and some overview of our season at Wembley as it draws ever closer to an end. Top 4, Trippier, Pep, Sane, and some Kyle Walker. COYS.
60 minutes | Apr 3, 2018
S3 E26 - Finally
To discuss the mere 28 years, 1 month and 23 days since our last victory at Stamford Bridge, Tom and Dan are joined by Liam Twomey, ESPN's Chelsea correspondent, graciously willing to go over the event we all thought we'd maybe never see again. It's finally happened, and we have Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen to thank for the most part, but how has it taken so long, and what does it mean to have finally got this significantly sizable monkey off our backs? We talk about what it means for the top 4, what it means for both clubs in the short and long term, and Spurs' best players shining on the biggest stage. We also have a chat about Lamela being a b*stard, Lloris and his flapping hands, Levy's salary, Toby's contract, and Stoke away. It's finally happened. COYS.
52 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
S3 E25 - Ellen Dangeneres
El Classico this week, Tom and Dan picking over the FA Cup quarter final win over Swansea which paved the way for our semi-final meeting with Man United. Do we consider Wembley as an advantage, having spent what feels like an eternity getting over the 'Wembley Curse'? And what can we expect from Mourinho? Swansea is reviewed, with attention paid to Vorm, Eriksen and Lamela, with a little touch of Sissoko, who apparently Firmino loves. Don't ask. Some chat on season tickets again, plus Shaw vs Rose. COYS.
50 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
S3 E24 - Glorious Hindsight
El Classico this week, just Tom and Dan to talk through the gutting Juventus loss and what it means for this developing team. We start with Kane's injury though, and what changes will need to be made to accommodate his absence from the side. Juventus is covered, including the little tricks that Spurs will have to learn along the way if we are to ever compete at the same level. Kane's injury left room for Son to shine once again, and we wonder why he's exploded this season, and our prospects with him deputising for Kane. Also Rose, Aurier and Lamela. Tickets prices for the New White Hart Lane, Swansea in the cup, and Mini Eggs. COYS
56 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
S3 E23 - Divey Alli?
Tom and Dan are joined by Greg Lea, writer for The Set Pieces and Crystal Palace fan to discuss the scrappy, late and important win at Selhurst Park this weekend. Kane's numbers grow, Aurier can't take a throw (three times) and Dier fills in perfectly, but it's Alli who we study at length, in light of Lineker and Shearer taking digs at his supposed diving. Is it a fair criticism? Will it affect him at all to have the label the rest of his career? Some Rochdale, before some important updates from THST after their meeting with the board last week. We keep rolling on. COYS.
56 minutes | Feb 19, 2018
S3 E22 - What Have We Won?
Tom and Dan and are joined this week by Sean Walsh, our trusty Tottenham Way apprentice (and leading Tweeter) discuss Spurs going from a sublime 2-2 in Turin to a ridiculous 2-2 draw in Greater Manchester. We start with a discussion over which Spurs players, past or present, would most likely steal a taxi in Barcelona, before moving on to the stunning draw at Juventus, including what it means to be 'new Spurs'. Pochettino's love for the Champions League, Italy's press gunning for Davies and Aurier, and Dembele running the show for the third week running. Rochdale needs looking at, and why we can't get ourselves motivated for these games. A full 11 changes to the team from Turin, did this slow us down? Why aren't the players fighting to get out of that reserve side? Finish on a couple of listener questions, including what we have personally ever won. Between us, it's not a lot. COYS.
57 minutes | Feb 12, 2018
S3 E21 - Derby Domination
This week, Dan is in Turin ahead of our Champions League Round of 16 first leg tie against Juventus so Tom is joined by pod regulars Oly and Rosa, here for their first ever joint podcast. We have to start with the Derby and the dominant display that should have yielded more than the 1-0 win we came away with. Dembele ran the show, and we wonder if he's ever had a better 10 days in a Spurs shirt. Kane and his legendary status, Davies and his huge improvement, and Lamela taking Wilshere for a walk. We have a brief update from Dan from Italy immediately after the Pochettino press conference, before discussing the tie in more detail. Should we be confident? Are we knackered? Does Poch really believe we can win it? Derby Day Delights. COYS.
62 minutes | Feb 5, 2018
S3 E20 - Salty Towers
This week, Tom and Dan have invited back George Baggaley, the salty Liverpool fan we brought on earlier in the season, and Conor Mummery, Mirror Football Social Media Editor, to discuss the pulsating and controversial draw at Anfield. We discuss penalties, Salah, Dier and the weird diamond, and Poch in the big games. Wanyama's piledriver. Kane's balls. We briefly touch on Newport before moving onto the North London Derby, with a new-look Arsenal rolling into Wembley. A big week is about to get bigger. COYS
56 minutes | Feb 2, 2018
S3 E19 - The Two Ronnies
This week, Dan begins with the absurd revelation that he watched The Two Ronnies for the first time ever, much to Tom's disbelief. We move onto Lucas Moura, our new signing who Poch has said we shouldn't expect much from straight away. How true do we believe this to be? We do actually talk about football, and the outstanding win against Man United at Wembley. Kane, Trippier, Son, Eriksen and Dembele are all bigged up, and we discuss the kick-off routine that led to our opening goal after 10 seconds. Liverpool at Anfield is previewed with a mix of excitement and trepidation; can we buck the trend of our away results against the top 6? And what approach is best against a dangerous but leaky Liverpool side? We finish by asking what our best formation is, and what team would win the PL if they could only field an XI made up of their one best player. Spoiler: we probably still come 2nd. COYS.
54 minutes | Jan 22, 2018
S3 E18 - Debbie Downers
Dan and Tom pick over the bones of our 1-1 draw with Southampton at St Mary's on Sunday - a trip that started badly when Dan tried to catch an imaginary train. The squad was hit by the flu during the week - leaving Eriksen and Lloris incapacitated and unable to play - and while Pochettino may not be using it as an excuse, should we be? How damaging to our Top 4 hopes was the result? And how far is the Sissoko hate really warranted? Thoughts turn to Newport, and a chance to progress in a competition that may be our best chance of success this season. Will Poch change his approach to the competition? What do we know of Newport? (the answer is next to nothing) Some transfer talk, then some listener questions. Chin up. COYS.
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