Bringing you debate on all Spurs games each and every week. Featuring a range of guests as we have the 'Last Word On Spurs'. #COYS #THFC
'2021/22 Fixtures Revealed'
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern and Chris Cowlin on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs.Tottenham Hotspur's fixtures for the 2021/22 Premier League season have been confirmed. Spurs, who finished seventh last campaign, will take on champions Man City at home on the opening day, before travelling to Wolves a week later. The Lilywhites really do have a tough start to the season with Chelsea at home and Arsenal away to come in September.At home to Crystal Palace on Boxing Day and Watford away on New Year's Day, the second north London derby of the season comes in January as the Gunners make the short trip to N17. Spurs then bring the 2021/22 campaign to a close on the final day with an away trip to Norwich City.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jamie Brown from Daily Hotspur and Jason McGovern on this Last Word On Spurs to discuss all the very latest news regarding Tottenham Hotspur.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS
'A PR Disaster'
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Antony Costa, Richard Cracknell and Jason McGovern on this Last Word On Spurs as we discussed the PR disaster of a week from Tottenham Hotspur.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #LWOS
'Season Review 20/21'
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Lee McQueen and Jason McGovern the panel review Tottenham Hotspur 20/21 season.It was a false start against Everton on opening day, but Mourinho-ball soon began to pay off for Spurs. They kicked things into overdrive with a famous 6-1 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford, and by December, they were staring in the face of a legitimate title challenge.Mourinho was quick to play things down, however, and his claim that Tottenham were "a pony in a horse race" was soon proven right. They lost to Liverpool and Chelsea in December as their form tailed off, and by April, he was out of a job.The temporary appointment of Ryan Mason hasn't been the disaster many predicted, but two defeats in their last five league matches buried any residual hopes they had of making the Champions League.Their win over Leicester on the final day was a real source of optimism - though there are some Spurs fans who would have rather finished 8th, such is the roaring excitement about their involvement in the Conference League.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS
'Huge Summer Ahead'
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Richard Cracknell, Lee McQueen, Antony Costa and Ricky J Norwood on this Last Word On Spurs.Leicester missed out on the Champions League for a second successive season after a 4-2 defeat to Tottenham on the final day saw them finish in fifth, while Spurs secured their European place.The Foxes needed results to go their way elsewhere, but had to secure their own victory first to ensure the best possible chance of finishing in the top four.It began well for them too as Leicester were awarded a penalty inside 15 minutes. Toby Alderweireld caught Jamie Vardy around the ankles, and the striker fired home from the spot (18). But just before half-time, Harry Kane (41) finished superbly to secure his third Premier League Golden Boot - the joint-highest number of wins in history with Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer - in possibly his last game for Tottenham.The second half followed a similar pattern. Leicester were awarded a second penalty shortly after the break, won by Vardy again after a tangle with Davinson Sanchez. The striker scored in an almost identical fashion too, slotting home another confident penalty (52).With Chelsea trailing Aston Villa and Leicester ahead, they were in pole position to finish in the Champions League places, but a late flurry from Tottenham condemned the Foxes to the Europa League. The second equaliser was a bizarre moment as a Heung-Min Son corner defected off Kasper Schmeichel's hand (76) and into the back of the net.A Gareth Bale double (87, 90+6) then fired Tottenham into seventh, securing their own place in the Europa Conference League next season. They have also finished a point and place above Arsenal.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS
'Lack Of Direction'
Host Richard Cracknell was joined by John from Lilywhite Rose and Jason McGovern on this Last Word On Spurs.Tottenham were booed off by their returning fans as Aston Villa fought back from a goal down to win 2-1 and dent Spurs' European hopes.Spurs did briefly give their 10,000 fans something to cheer about after eight minutes as Steven Bergwijn fired home powerfully from just inside the box, but Sergio Reguilon's shocking own goal from a sliced clearance brought Villa level (20).Spurs were woeful for much of the first half as Ollie Watkins capitalised on another Reguilon error for his 14th league goal of the season (39) as the hosts were booed off at half-time following several missed Villa chances.Emi Martinez kept Villa ahead with several saves as Spurs upped the ante in the second half, and though Villa were put under pressure in spurts by the hosts, they had fine chances of their own and were good value for the three points, hitting the post through substitute Carney Chukwuemeka in stoppage time.The defeat summed up the mood around manager-less Spurs, with Harry Kane looking to leave the club, and the hope of any European football next season now under threat. They sit seventh, which would earn them a place in the new Europa Conference League next season. They must beat Leicester on the final day and hope West Ham lose at home to Southampton to move into sixth place and a Europa League spot. Villa stay 11th.#THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS
You need LWOS in your life
Let’s face it: Being a Spurs fan isn’t easy, but we need to hear it like it is. The LWOS crew provides honesty, wit, and yes optimism that’s justified. It’s impossible not to be in a better mood after insight from these folks, even after tough losses. A bit of cockney charm to cheer you while getting to the meat of the matter with more nuance than other Spurs pods.
Best Spurs pod
I sampled a few different Spurs related podcasts before settling with this one. It is easily the best of them all with a good mix of characters and knowledgeable opinion.
It is well produced and broken down into segments of discussion usually followed by upcoming match previews from an opponent team podcaster.
The majority of the shows are recorded straight after the game and reflect the emotions of the moment but are also very balanced and measured. There’s the odd swear word here and there but nothing gratuitous making it easy to have on if the kids or grandma are around.
Highly recommend this pod to all Spurs fans. #coys
Best Spurs podcast ⚽️
Last Word on Spurs is a really good podcast dedicated to Tottenham Hotspurs. They literally talk about every aspect of the club.
The format is very lively and entertaining.
It’s my primary Spurs podcast🙂🍺🇺🇸