I’ve just seen the Tottenham fixture list.

There’s nothing to complain about.

I suggest you look a little harder Sir.


The fixture list was published earlier today by the Premier League on Thursday 16th. June.

There will be 15 weekends before a break on November 12th for the World Cup. Resuming on Boxing Day and then finishing on May 28th.

Another strange season for breaks and delays and usually the fixture list gives plenty of room for conspiracy theories and speculation.

First Six. Starting August 8th.

Southampton (H): Chelsea (A): Wolves (Home) Nottm Forest (A) West ham (A) Fulham (H)

Last 4 

Crystal Palace (H): Aston Villa (H): Brentford (H) Leeds (A)

All fixtures are subject to revision (Covid, TV, weather,) Season ends on 28th, May 2023.

Nothing there to frighten watered, fed and safely tethered horses but no doubt plenty of details to bicker over or even discuss.

UEFA Champions League schedule

Sept 6/7 MD 1
Sept 13/14 MD 2
Oct 4/5 MD 3
Oct 11/12 MD 4
Oct 25/26 MD 5
Nov 1/2 MD 6

OS has a run-down on key fixtures, London derbies, promoted teams etc.

Full list at the end.

Mauricio Pochettino is to leave Paris St-Germain following talks with the club at the end of last week. Sacked by mutual consent I think they call it (The Athletic).

PSG are still to make a formal announcement but it is understood the former Tottenham manager, 50, will not serve the final year of his contract.

Speculation is rife:

a) who will replace him (Zidane, Mourinho early leaders) b) where he will go (Spain, Eng, Man Utd.) Personally, I’m glad he’s out of that particular madhouse, At least he’s won a trophy.

The OS has a day-by-day log of who is playing whom, where and when and who did what to whom. Just to pick out Sonny’s 100 caps for S. Korea which he celebrated with a goal from a free-kick.

Although his dad says he’s not World Class yet. Cheers dad. With Dad’s like that…

Troy Parrott helped the Republic of Ireland light up the Aviva Stadium in Dublin with a goal and assist in a 3-0 win in the UEFA Nations League against Scotland on Saturday.

There are plenty of suitors for his services on loan next season. At 20 perhaps his best option


It was a night to forget for England and skipper Harry Kane as Hungary ran out 4-0 winners in the UEFA Nations League at Molyneux. England’s worst Home defeat since before even I was born. He hit the bar with a header but no cigar. They were booed off but Harry remains very loyal to Southgate. Forgotten it all already.

Shake-ups in the backroom staff. (Neither confirmed yet – Evening Standard)

Former Bolton Wanderers defender Gretar Steinsson is reportedly set to be named as performance director at Tottenham Hotspur from Everton where he was head of recruitment and development.

We are also said to be close to appointing former Manchester City coach Simon Davies to a senior academy position.  After 9 years at City he joined Vincent Kompany at Anderlecht and was thought to be joining him at Burnley.


Tottenham have agreed to a £25 million (£30m with add-ons) fee with Brighton for Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma, (25).  Medical completed and all paperwork in order on Thursday 16th. Champions’ League was a crucial factor for him (Guardian).

Could be announced today but probably not. Video next time.

Tottenham have completed the signing of Josh Keeley (19) from St Patrick’s Athletic, He arrives in the wake of five goalkeepers being released across various age ranks*. The teenager represents the Republic of Ireland at Under-19 level,

* Information has reached me from a Spurs Youth Watcher that this may not be accurate. Only 2 out. No details yet.

More welcome ‘Promise’. There will be life after Antonio,  trust me.

Gareth Bale. We still maintain an interest along with Newcastle and Aston Villa in the boy who will want plenty of playing time now that Wales have qualified for the World Cup. Long-shot I would say (BBC).

Christian Eriksen.

Says Champions’ League is not important to him amid rumours that Man, Utd have made an offer. Just as well then. Looking more unlikely by the day that he will come to Spurs (Guardian).


No firm news on Lo Celso at Villareal. or on Tanguy Ndombele though the feeling is he may be hard to shift even at a heavy loss. His reputation precedes him.

But hey it’s only the middle of June.

Full Fixture list 2022/2023

06/08/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Southampton
13/08/2022 15:00 Chelsea v Tottenham
20/08/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Wolverhampton
27/08/2022 15:00 Nottingham Forest v Tottenham
30/08/2022 19:45 West Ham v Tottenham
03/09/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Fulham
10/09/2022 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham
17/09/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Leicester
01/10/2022 15:00 Arsenal v Tottenham
08/10/2022 15:00 Brighton v Tottenham
15/10/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Everton
19/10/2022 20:00 Manchester United v Tottenham
22/10/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Newcastle
29/10/2022 15:00 Bournemouth v Tottenham
05/11/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Liverpool
12/11/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Leeds
26/12/2022 15:00 Brentford v Tottenham
31/12/2022 15:00 Tottenham v Aston Villa
02/01/2023 15:00 Crystal Palace v Tottenham
14/01/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Arsenal
21/01/2023 15:00 Fulham v Tottenham
04/02/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Manchester City
11/02/2023 15:00 Leicester v Tottenham
18/02/2023 15:00 Tottenham v West Ham
25/02/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Chelsea
04/03/2023 15:00 Wolverhampton v Tottenham
11/03/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Nottingham Forest
18/03/2023 15:00 Southampton v Tottenham
01/04/2023 15:00 Everton v Tottenham
08/04/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Brighton
15/04/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Bournemouth
22/04/2023 15:00 Newcastle v Tottenham
25/04/2023 19:45 Tottenham v Manchester United
29/04/2023 15:00 Liverpool v Tottenham
06/05/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Crystal Palace
13/05/2023 15:00 Aston Villa v Tottenham
20/05/2023 15:00 Tottenham v Brentford
28/05/2023 16:00 Leeds v Tottenham

Jimmy’s Video Spot

All Spurs goals this season (69)

Premier League Goalscorers; 

Son 23 (shares Golden Boot with Mo Salah)

Kane 17.. Kulusevski 5/ Bergwijn 3

2 Doheryt, Hojbjerg, Moura, Reguilon, Sanchez 

1, Dele, Davies, Ndombele, Romero, Emerson