A Spurs summer reading list

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I’m taking a summer break from blogging, and don’t plan to post anything new for the next couple of weeks.

In the meantime, here are a few links to recent pieces for any new visitors, or those wanting to catch up.

The number of readers to this little blog has soared in the last couple of months, which is great to see. Thanks to everyone who has read my articles, shared them and joined in the discussion.

I will no doubt be chirping away on Twitter through the summer, especially with the Euros on, so please do give me a follow and join in. I also post work on Medium.

Summer Spurs stuff:

How Spurs can take it to the next level: A blueprint for the summer of 2016

Good problems: Five questions facing Spurs this summer

Did Spurs leave points on the table? Lessons for 2016/17 from the failure to keep pace with Leicester

The stars align for Pochettino and his swaggering Spurs

Stadium stuff:

Spurs stadium update: New information on capacity, design and other details, plus analysis of timeline and finances

Stadium update: Local tickets, NFL hosting, cheap beer, timeline and Wembley groundshare

As Spurs stadium rises, NFL moves closer to announcing London team

New Spurs stadium the “front-runner for an NFL franchise”: Q&A with Sky Sports presenter Neil Reynolds

The state of the stadium naming rights market, and what it could mean for Spurs: An expert view

Money stuff:

Fun with numbers: How the new stadium will enable Spurs to join the Premier League’s £1 billion club

Waiting for the revolution to happen: Analysis of THFC’s financial results for the 2014/15 season

The business end of the season: How much is a league place worth for Spurs?

Media stuff:

How many people actually watch Spurs on TV? Audience analysis of the 2015/16 season

The Premier League Goes Global — And Leaves UK Fans Behind (The Cauldron)

And if you want a longer read, do check out my Deep Dives:

Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge plans

Spurs stadium funding

Spurs and the NFL

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