About Hotspur America

Dallas Spurs

Tottenham Vs Manchester United and Liverpool

We have a huge few weeks coming up starting with a key match against Manchester United on Wednesday at 2pm. Despite our recent narrow defeat to them at Old Trafford earlier in the season, we have had a good record against them in recent years, not to mention beating them 2-1 under a rainbow at our last match at White Hart Lane. We need to build on two lacklustre performances against Southampton and Newport county with a convincing showing against second place Manchester United. They will likely have ex-Gooner Sanchez starting against us in his first league start. We may have wrapped up our reported signing of Lucas Moura from PSG by then, who may be watching us from the stands once kick off rolls around.

Following this match, we will take on Liverpool in a must win match as we take on our direct competitors for fourth spot in the league. We overcame them easily in a 4-1 display at Wembley, but doing the same at Anfield is a different prospect, a ground that we have not had much success on, last time being a 2-0 victory in May 2011. They have also had recent patchy form, losing against Swansea in the league. So be sure to join us at 10.30 a.m. for this one.

Both matches will be at the Irishman in Plano, so be sure to join us for two key matches in a crucial two week period, which will likely define our season.