YE1 Spurs
Episode 23: London‘s most wanted?

Episode 23: London‘s most wanted?

September 9, 2021

It's three wins out of three in the Premier League for Nuno Espirito Santo - quite the perfect start for our new gaffer - but what challenges will a trilogy of London derbies this month bring? And do Spurs have it harder than anyone else in the context of capital clashes?

Three really is the number, as father and son pairings Ian & Casper Wallis, Simeon & Peter Wright, and Lol & Arthur Hammond discuss those fixtures against Crystal Palace, Chelsea and Arsenal, plus we ask can the Conference League in fact be embraced? And what did everybody make of the transfer window just gone?

All that and more on September 2021's YE1 Spurs!

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Episode 22: Best First Match in Memory?

Episode 22: Best First Match in Memory?

August 21, 2021

Simple question to begin with! After Nuno Espirito Santo's reign as Tottenham boss got off to the perfect start with last Sunday's win over our transfer window tormentors Manchester City, YE1 asks whether Heung-Min Son's goal completed the best opening day in Spurs-supporting memory.

Elsewhere, Ian and the team assess which younger lads might have a breakthrough season, and attempt to forecast how the Harry Kane transfer saga might be resolved.

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Santo Clause: What Will He Bring?

Santo Clause: What Will He Bring?

July 21, 2021

Wolverhampton Wanderers fans Lee Price and his son Billy Price join Ian Wallis and the team for their insight into supporting a Nuno Espirito Santo team, as the Portuguese manager embarks on a first campaign in the Tottenham hot seat.

Also recently put into post at Spurs is technical director Fabio Paratici; we ask how he may or may not be different from previous incumbents to similar roles at the club, and there's also a look back at some projections made for the future in the first ever YE1 Spurs podcast, which was recorded two years ago this month.

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Episode 21: Life of Ryan [Mason]

Episode 21: Life of Ryan [Mason]

May 31, 2021

DJ Lol Hammond makes his YE1 Spurs debut as he joins regulars Ian, Simeon, Casper, and Peter following the close of an extremely underwhelming 2020/21 season.

In this edition, the podcast gets into the mixed feelings in witnessing UEFA Europa Conference League qualification, as well as an assessment of Ryan Mason's seven-match tenure as head coach, winners and losers of the season, and where we go regards the next Tottenham manager.

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***Spurs Over 34 Years (2020-1986) PART 2***

***Spurs Over 34 Years (2020-1986) PART 2***

May 9, 2021

YE1 Spurs presents the second instalment of Spurs Over 34 Years, as we continue to round up almost three months-worth of Tottenham Hotspurs season review podcasts, each recorded during the first Coronavirus-induced UK-wide lockdown, and the suspension of English professional football between 13th May and 17th June 2020. 

Part two is just as far-reaching as part one, but delves into much more detail regards the three ownerships the club has seen between 1986 and 2020; Irving Scholar, Lord Alan Sugar, and Daniel Levy/ENIC are all the subject of discussion and fact-recollection during this hour-long episode.

While on the field of play, things aren't too inspiring at times, but some major success is recalled, including Paul Gascoigne's legendary free-kick against Arsenal in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final, and an honourable inclusion - though out of the 34-year time remit - for Micky Hazard's man of the match displays to bring the UEFA Cup to White Hart Lane in 1984, with audio from the great man himself!

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Episode 20: $uper Naive

Episode 20: $uper Naive

April 23, 2021

Recorded immediately after Wednesday's narrow 2-1 home win over Southampton, which saw the Ryan Mason interim era begin positively, Ian, Sim and Peter spend the bulk of this edition of YE1 Spurs chewing over Tottenham Hotspur's attachment to the almost instantaneously defunct European Super League.

Episode 19: Still Fighting on Two Fronts

Episode 19: Still Fighting on Two Fronts

March 25, 2021

After losing leads against Arsenal and Dinamo Zagreb in successive matches, though we can't forget resurrecting some form at Villa Park on Sunday, YE1 Spurs anchorman Ian Wallis swore that this podcast must focus on positivity - Mainly, the battles left to fight in the Premier League's top four race and next month's Carabao Cup final against Manchester City.

Ian, Simeon, Casper, Peter, and returning guest Chris Smith of the BBC take a look at our chances heading into the season's final 10 fixtures - However, today's YE1 crew sadly could not resist a brief chat midway through about Gareth Bale's troublesome comments while on Wales duty.

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20 years of Levy: How has he done?

20 years of Levy: How has he done?

February 21, 2021

20 years ago this month, February 2001, Daniel Levy took his position as chairman of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, and has overseen five Champions League campaigns, including a final in 2019, and a historic move from White Hart Lane to the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Though there is margin for criticism, with more decades spent at the helm than major trophies lifted by the team.

Ian, Sim, Peter, and Fletch assess 20 years of Levy and ENIC, plus a special contribution by The Price of Football podcast co-host Kieran Maguire.

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Episode 18: “Keep This Maverick Talent!”

Episode 18: “Keep This Maverick Talent!”

January 24, 2021

YE1 Spurs (formerly The Year Ends In 1) enters 2021 with its original values well and truly intact - That being a broad age range, spanning from 12 to 63 years old.

Episode 18 assesses how much to make of our seven-match unbeaten run, which dates back to Leicester City's comfortable win at the Lane on 20th December 2020, what to do with Dele [?], plus five reasons why players commonly leave Spurs, and whether or not we're lagging behind our Premier League rivals in regard to youngsters breaking into the first team and impressing.

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***Spurs Over 34 Years (2020-1986) PART 1***

***Spurs Over 34 Years (2020-1986) PART 1***

January 18, 2021

After football had paused in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ian Wallis, Simeon Wright, and Peter Wright took on a challenge to review as many Tottenham Hotspur seasons as they could, until our beloved team were back playing.

YE1 Spurs began its descent on 23rd March 2020 with a summary of the, at the time, incomplete 2019/20 season, then did the same right the way back to 1986/87, published on 16th June - three days before the side returned to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium pitch to face Manchester United at the beginning of the Premier League's Project Restart.

Listen here to the first of two instalments we've worked extremely hard on, clipping up the best bits of our summer lockdown project to tell the story of Spurs Over 34 Years - Featuring a variety of Spurs-supporting guests, from journalists & broadcasters to ex-players and a current youth team coach at the club.

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