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Crossing The Thames: An Arsenal & Spurs Podcast

By TJ Fittis, a Gooner from Northern Ireland & Dan Ericson, an American Tottenham fan

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Chances are, no matter what team you support, you’ve been in a heated debate with a fan of your fiercest rival. TJ and Dan have had a long friendship separated by the chasm of English football team allegiances. The rivalry between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur stems back 1913 when Arsenal moved from their stadium at Plumstead to a new location at Highbury. This new location was only 4 miles away from White Heart Lane, Tottenham’s former stadium. Ever since that move, a fierce rivalry developed. The Crossing the Thames podcast pits TJ, a staunch Gooner, against Dan, a hardcore Spurs supporter. While they will agree from time to time, there’s no doubt where their loyalties lie. TJ vs. Dan. Arsenal vs. Tottenham. Gunners vs. Spurs. Where do you stand?

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This is the best soccer podcast!

Their banter against each other’s team is fantastic! They all have their favorites on each other’s team, but they also throw some players of their respective teams under the bus. Give it a listen and see what you think!

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