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Hunter Davies is a journalist, broadcaster and profilic author perhaps best known for writing about the Beatles. He is an ardent Tottenham fan and writes a regular column on football for the New Statesman.
As I sit confused by the new remote, graphics and instructions on the screen, I ask myself, am I too old for new tech?
We like our players to have inner steel, perhaps that's why Theo Walcott ended up on Everton's subs bench.
It's time for my collection to go to the auction house, and I can finally experience the thrill of the sell.
Watching England play three times in a week has left me bored out of my wine-sodden mind.
There may be no cheering crowds – but the game is still as reckless, relentless and eccentric as ever.
Peter Crouch, when asked what he would have been if not a footballer, famously answered “a virgin”.
Nigel Pearson noted that players have had to switch from actors performing live on stage to actors recording in an empty studio.
The prime example is Mason Greenwood of Man United, aged only 18, in his debut season. He has astonished us all, and probably himself.
Why on Earth did the Spurs board think Mourinho would do any better than Pochettino?
What a team, what a manager, what an achievement.