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Rule The Roost - A Tottenham Hotspur Podcast

Chucking Our Muck In Each Other's Brains

Season 7, Ep. 79

Jack and Phil pick over the bones of the weekend's footballing action, starting with Aston Villa strengthening their grip on fourth place...and despite what this means for Tottenham's Champions League hopes, it takes Arsenal further away from winning the league, and, so, the lads can't help but celebrate.

Speaking of celebrations, Tottenham's Women's team is also in the FA Cup final for the first time in their history, so Wembley awaits.

Finally, the pair to move onto the men's debacle at St James Park, in what is annoyingly now becoming our annual battering in Newcastle. Is Ange right to write-off the top four, is this having an impact on the players?

What is going wrong for Spurs at the moment with their indifferent form? James Maddison, Destiny Udogie, Yves Bissouma, all have put in questionable performances of late. Timo Werner, who once represented great value for money, is now also looking like he could be an awful move for the club.

Plenty to discuss, enjoy!

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