Winter break: Links and recent articles

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I’m taking a break from this blog in order to focus on some other writing.

There’s no timetable on when I’ll resume: I find it hard to resist writing about Spurs, but resist I must for the time being.

While I’m gone, here are links to some of my recent pieces. There’s plenty of good stuff on a variety of topics. Dig in.

If you’ve not read it yet, I’d strongly recommend my long read on Mauricio Pochettino and his work at Spurs. It’s well worth 10 minutes of your time.

I’ll still be talking nonsense on Twitter regularly, so do join me over there if you don’t already do so.

Deep Dives

The balancing act: Can Spurs find a way to remain competitive through the stadium construction phase?

The Pochettino Revolution: How Tottenham were transformed from also-rans to title contenders

General Spurs stuff

Half-full, or half-empty? Nine games gone and Tottenham’s performance is however you want to see it

Is Mauricio Pochettino’s reputation for ‘giving the kids a chance’ deserved? A Q&A with @thfcacademy

The power of incentives and why Spurs are finally in a position to achieve success

Godspeed, Ryan Mason — One of our own

Curtain raiser: The case for Spurs in 2016/17

Media stuff

Big but not ‘big, big’: The football media struggles to come to terms with Tottenham’s narrative-busting success

What is behind the great Premier League switch-off?

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)

Stadium stuff

New stadium update: ‘More or less’ on time and budget, 500 White Hart Lane, the NFL gamble explained, and more

Naming rights and wrongs: Tottenham begin the search for stadium sponsorship deals
Spurs stadium update: New information on capacity, design and other details, plus analysis of timeline and finances

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

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

Money Stuff

Tottenham’s most expensive signing, relative to revenue

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

Thanks for reading. Please follow me on Twitter for more Spurs chat.

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