Atlanta Spurs Supporters Club

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1)    How did you become a Spurs fan?

I found out about Spurs through a literature teacher at the school where I also teach. He grew up in North London and was a lifelong Spurs fan. He and I talked soccer from time to time particularly around the 2006 World Cup. At the time, I knew very little about the Premier League and had never watched it before. The only teams from the Premier League I knew anything about were the ones that played in the Champions League because I watched a lot of Champions League games back then and still do. When he told me about Spurs, I had to do an internet search to figure out who they were. I had never heard of the team. Well, one thing led to another and the next thing you know I was following the team and even watching an occasional game. My interest in the team really grew from there. And of course, it got really intense when I found out about this group in September of 2012 and started meeting other fans and watching the games at RiRa.

2)    Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

No. I have never had that opportunity. But, I do look forward to seeing the team play a match in the future in the new stadium. I am planning on making that a goal.

3)    What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

Well, I did not see it live on TV but my favorite moment was Peter Crouch’s goal in May of 2010 against Manchester City. That goal clinched the Champions League spot for Spurs for the next year. It was memorable for me because I had some kind of faculty meeting that day and when it was finally over, I practically ran to my car and started driving home so I could listen to the game on satellite radio. I was about half way home when Crouch headed it into the net. I almost drove off the road I was so excited and happy about that goal.

4)    Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

Without question it is Gareth Bale. He was just becoming a top player for Spurs as I was really getting into the team. It always seemed like he was going to do something exciting with the ball whenever he touched it. Another reason for choosing Gareth Bale is that the first year for the Atlanta Spurs group also happened to be his last year with the team. He was amazing that year which unfortunately that led to the transfer to Real Madrid. I am not a fan of Real Madrid but I will watch them if I know he is playing. I am still disappointed that he transferred from Spurs but I still want him to do well although preferably in another league until he makes his return to Spurs after the new stadium is built. Yes, I know that is a pipe dream but who says my following of this team and its players has to always be rational?

5)    Where are you from originally?

I was born right here in Atlanta. I have lived in Georgia my whole life although not always in Atlanta.

6)    What is your professional background?

I have been a high school history teacher for the past 17 years. I teach A.P. World History and A.P. U.S. History at Lithonia High School where I have been for the past 12 years. I also taught 5 years in Thomasville, Georgia. In addition to teaching, I have also coached the golf team at both high schools for a total of 10 years. The last 3 years, I have been the assistant boys soccer coach and JV boys head coach at Lithonia High School.

7)    Did you play organized football/soccer?

I played soccer when I was a kid but never organized. I played organized football and baseball every year up until high school. I also played a bunch of other sports like golf, tennis and basketball. I never played in a soccer league but I grew up in a neighborhood where we were constantly playing sports or doing stuff outside all the time. Soccer was just one of the many sports I played in the neighborhood and at school. By the time I got to college, I met this guy from Brazil who taught me quite a bit about the game and my interest in following the sport as a fan started from there.

8)    What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

When I was in college, I went to this little college in South Georgia called ABAC. I went there mainly because they had a golf team and I was invited to play on it. Anyway, that did not work out as planned and that is a whole other story. One of the things I did when I was there was attempt to ride a bull in a rodeo. A good friend of mine that actually grew up on a farm around cows, bet me that I wouldn’t do it. So, we both paid our money to enter this rodeo but before the actual event, we went to a nearby town where they had practice bulls to ride. I rode a couple of times on these young bulls and everything went fine. When the actual rodeo happened, I found out that I had drawn one of the meaner and hardest bucking bulls they had in the pen. When the gate opened, the bull jumped a couple of times and I was quickly slammed to the ground. The bull turned and tried to go after me but fortunately the rodeo clowns saved me from even more of a beating. Needless to say, I never did that again.

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

My introduction to the sport came about after I had watched the majority of the 2010 World Cup. International matches were pretty much my only real exposure to football. Then playing FIFA with my buddies in high school helped me learn the rules. Out of chance one day, I flipped the channel to the second half of the 2010/11 Champions League first leg against Inter and saw that famous hat-trick by a certain Welshman. There after, I started following the team fairly casually. And then like many others, I fired up Wikipedia and YouTube and did some research on the club. I knew I wanted to support a club I could grow with, and I somehow just gravitated toward Spurs’ motto “To Dare is to Do”. It just felt like an ethos that superseded sport. For me, I was mesmerized by the flamboyant style of play and quality of the moments the club had rather than the amount of silverware collected. So then the day I signed my life away and became a supporter was when I saw the Assou-Ekotto wonder goal (of all people) against Everton on TV a couple seasons later. And I haven’t looked back since.

(Random aside: sometimes, I like to think about little superstitious ways of how clubs align with a person’s fate of following them. For example, my birthday is only a few hours to the day after which Tottenham Hotspur was founded, with my Chinese zodiac being a cockerel. Coincidence, perhaps?)

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

I was fortunate enough to have received the last ever tour of the Lane by Mark Falco and Micky Hazard leading up to the finale. I was at The Bricklayers Pub across the street actually when I met a season-ticket holder that snuck me into the last closing minutes of the match. It was an experience I’ll never forget.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

Ah there are so many to choose from! But for whatever reason, I think one of the ones that resonated with me the most was the crowd shushing celebration from Nacer Chadli’s goal vs. the scum at the Emirates back in 2014 (a little nod to Van Der Vaart’s, I always assumed). One of the most worthwhile yellow cards in recent memory, and I’m sure the Dolphin will always be a legend in many Spurs fans’ books for it.

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

On the current squad, I’ll say Christian Eriksen. Apart from his clever technical ability and tendency to pick out an assist, his anticipation on where to position himself off the ball is so understated. All-time though, it’s gotta be Gareth Bale sheerly on the reason that he was the first figure to captivate my attention toward the club. What a player.

5) Where are you from originally?

I usually tell people I’m from Atlampa, Florgia since I was raised in both Atlanta and Tampa, respectively.

6) What is your professional background?

I’m pretty fresh out of college, with degrees in both advertising and sport/event management. I currently work as a digital media estimator at Global Team Blue, an agency that handles the advertising for Ford Motors. One of the cool parts of my job is actually getting to watch parts of the occasional Premier League match (among other programs), to sort out ad placements in our media plans.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

I played four seasons of intramural during my time at Florida State University (Go Noles!), usually as a wide player and goalkeeper. I was also a volunteer coach for the U-12 boys for the Tallahassee Tottenham Hotspur youth academy (surprising that one of the academies was nearby!).

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

My first and only time I’ve visited London a few months ago, I stayed at an Airbnb in the Chelsea area for two weeks. At dinner, I got to talking about how I supported Spurs, which was met with much banter because the host was a proud Blues fan. And then by some irony, she mentioned that she was still good friends with Judas himself, Sol Campbell (even showing me recent photos as evidence). That same night, Chelsea went on to clinch the title. Safe to say, it wasn’t my finest moment.

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

I was doing ancestral research to learn about my great-grandmother’s family so that I could pick a EPL team with whom I could have a legitimate affiliation.  Given that they were Jewish and lived in Spitalfields/Whitechapel and due to my friendship with Jim Hall, Spurs were the only clear choice.

2)Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

Unfortunately, no.  But I am saving up to make another trip to London to see Spurs play in their new stadium.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

While in college, I got a copy of the 1991 FA cup semi-final vs. Arsenal.  I think I watched Gascoigne’s free kick over and over until the tape broke.

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

Ossie Ardiles.  Who else can pull off a wonder goal and a rainbow flick against the Nazis?

5) Where are you from originally?

I grew up in East Cobb but I am originally from Madison, Wisconsin.

6) What is your professional background?

I have been a social studies teacher for 18 years.  I have taught AP and Honors World History and AP Psychology at Walton High School for the past 15.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

I played when I was a kid for a few years.  I also played indoor soccer for the American Family Insurance company team when I worked for them while studying in Madison, WI.

8) What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

I am the “Mr. Edelstein” that is mentioned in the Aziz Ansari skit “F***ing with Harris on Facebook” on his first album, Intimate Moments for a Sensual Evening.  I taught both of his cousins, Darwish and Harris.

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

Started watching Big League Soccer many years ago, and fell in love with the Spurs through the play of Glen Hoddle and Ossie Ardiles in particular

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

No, but it’s definitely a bucket list item!

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

1982 FA Cup Final!

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

Would have to be Ossie Ardiles. There was just something magical about the way he played, and honestly he, Ricky Villa and Maradona are the reasons that I’m a fan of the Argentine national team

5) Where are you from originally?

Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago

6) What is your professional background?

IT Professional

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

All through high school, part of college, and in my 30s until my knees decided they had had enough!

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

That I’m 6’4 and SUCK at basketball? LOL

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

I remember watching England in the 2006 World Cup and being a big fan of Peter Crouch. Fast forward to 2009 I was dating a girl from England who was a Spurs fan and I watched a few matches on TV while visiting and was delighted to see Peter Crouch in the squad. From there, discovering the likes of Defoe, Modric and Bale had me following the Spurs.

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane? I been to London a handful of times but unfortunately haven’t been to White Hart lane yet.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

I would have to say either of Kane’s goals against Arsenal last year. The header that won it was epic, and the one he bent around the keeper in the draw was amazing. Bale’s last minute CL goals against Inter is a close 2nd, and Dempsey’s away winner against MUN is 3rd.

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

I’ll go with Peter Crouch since he got me watching and was clutch in the Champions League run.

5) Where are you from originally?

Originally born in New Jersey, and moved down to GA when I was a kid.

6) What is your professional background?

Musician, currently watching Spurs matches from random locations around the world while working on cruise ships.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

Yes, played from an early age league until 17 with a traveling Fall team. When I’m back in Atlanta I will frequent pick up games when I can. Every once in a while they will have games on the basketball court here on the ship, always  against various red shirt wearers lol.

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

Probably the amount of travel I’ve done with the ships- I’ve visited 60+ countries on 6 continents.

1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

Haha, it’s kind of an odd story. After watching the 2012 Euro’s soccer/football grabbed my attention. The NHL went on strike and I needed another sports fix when the NFL wasn’t on. I started watching games from all over the world on sketchy streams and found the BPL most accessible and zoned in on the league. While watching different games I decided to needed to support one team in particular so started looking at the clubs and while looking through the names the club that caught my eye was Tottenham Hotspur. “What the heck is Tottenham or a Hotspur?” Started reading about the club and its history and grew attached from there. I can’t even grasp being connected to another club.

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

I’ve been to two, last year actually! I saw Spurs play Palace on a perfectly sunny day in London where Son scored his first goal in the Premier league I believe. The other game was The NLD in a League Cup fixture, where we unfortunately lost 2-1. There was definitely a special feeling being there for the first time.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

I’m fairly new to the club but I think it has to be beating Chelsea 5-3 on New Years Day, two seasons ago. I couldn’t believe what was happening and the bar went absolutely crazy. That was the last time Chelsea was beaten that season and I think it was due to that beat down

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

This is a tough one but I think it has to be Gareth Bale. Watching him exploding down the pitch without any fear what so ever was just incredible to watch. He was the player that made sure Europe had our attention. The growth since his departure has been immense and I think he was a major cause of that growth.

5) Where are you from originally?

I’m originally from New York, New York! All my teams are blue, oddly enough. Giants, Rangers, Yankees (don’t hate me.)

6) Did you play organized football/soccer?

I have not played since I was little, but I am working on my technique to change that haha.

7) What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

I was obsessed with the band Anberlin from 2008 until the disbanded in 2014. I own multiple copies of every CD, I have purchased all their albums digitally, I have 15 posters, dog tags, cozies, hats, 7 hoodies, and 55 shirts (yes really.) I saw them in concert around 5 different states 15 times and went to their last 5 shows. I still try to support their new projects too haha.

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

As a child growing up, we had family friends from North London that were Spurs fans. When I was about 8 years old, they gave me a classic Tottenham jersey (nothing like promoting Holsten beer before the age of 10), which I kick myself for not still owning. When US TV stations started broadcasting EPL games in bulk about 15 years ago, I wanted to pick a club to support that most others would not follow, and went back to that shirt and started my fanaticism.

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

Unfortunately not, and I won’t be able to go to one before the stadium closes this year. I have only been to England once, and saw a dreadful 0-0, QPR v Blackburn match while Spurs played in Northern England. Only positive to that trip was partying with a group of QPR fans the following weekend after they upset Chelsea.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

There have been several: Paul Stalteri running the length of the field to tap in the winner against West Ham 4-3 in 2007, Bale’s last minute bomb against West Ham in 2013, and definitely winning the 2008 Carling Cup against Chelsea via Woodgate’s goal.

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

Robbie Keane was definitely my favorite when I got back into following Spurs … a short, fast, Irish goal scorer, basically what I wanted to be. And as much as people didn’t like his personality at times, Berbatov was pure class on the ball. From the current squad, it’s very tough to pick just one. Everyone seems to genuinely want to be a part of this revolution that is taking place. If pressed, I’d probably say Danny Rose, as he’s been so dominant on both sides of the pitch the last few seasons, when there was a time it looked like he was a liability.

5) Where are you from originally?

I grew up in Connecticut, and lived my childhood years there. I decided to attend UGA for college, and never left. As of last year, I’ve lived in Georgia longer than anywhere else, so I guess I’m official.

6) What is your professional background?

I’ve been in a variety of sales jobs since college, all based around Atlanta. I started with the Newell Rubbermaid for about 7 years, and then moved into medical device sales for a small company called Owen Mumford for the following 7 + years. About a year ago, I joined a large German manufacturer named Gerresheimer, selling glass packaging to the pharmaceutical industry worldwide. Fun fact: the CEO of my current company is the President of lower tier German football club FC Monchengladbach.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

Until about 4 years ago, yes. I played my entire life in Connecticut (played district & state with everyone’s favorite NBC Sports pundit Kyle Martino), and played on the practice squad for the UGA Women’s Team in college … one of the better scams of my life. After a few years off, I played about 9 years in the ADASL league around Atlanta until I blew out my knee a few years ago. Now it’s pretty much tennis, golf, and running that keep me active.

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

Unless you were at the Habitat build last year, you’d probably be surprised at how handy I am with a circular saw … at least Gragg was! Also interesting that the only reason I found out about ATL Spurs (or any official Supporters Club) was because I stumbled into a random bar in Ft Lauderdale the day that FtL Massive became an official club.

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

As a child of the 1970s, soccer was always in the background for most of my life. I’m old enough to remember the fading days of the old NASL, for example. And the 1994 World Cup landed at an impressionable moment in my early 20s and at least got me interested in the fortunes of the national team. I was never a “soccer hater,” like some Americans, but it was far behind baseball and gridiron football for me.

But after the 2006 World Cup (where the USA did terribly) getting my fixes of “proper football” every four years was no longer enough, and I was dimly aware that, for example, Arjen Robben and Didier Drogba played for Chelsea, Carlos Bocanegra played for Fulham, and Peter Crouch played for Liverpool.

I got interested enough to read an ESPN column by Bill Simmons that essentially guided me to Tottenham by a process of elimination – too big of a club to be in much danger of relegation, not so big of a club that jumping aboard meant you were a ManU-style “glory hunter” and with the reasonable expectation that it could achieve some things. As it turned out my much more football-crazy little brother made the same decision at the same time for the same reasons. (Little did I know the roller coaster of heartbreak we were both signing up for.)

That said, it was a nominal affiliation at that point. I barely watched the league, US networks barely carried it, and American sports mostly took over between World Cups, although 2010 raised my interest further and got me watching the occasional MLS match. And while I watched Chelsea defeat Bayern in the 2012 Champions League final, I was only vaguely aware that such a result meant terrible things for my chosen side, which had finished fourth but was once again slotted into the Europa League.

As they say, you may try to choose your club but ultimately your club chooses you. And that happened with the 2012 move of Clint Dempsey to Spurs for one glorious season of crucial goals while playing second fiddle to Gareth Bale and Jermain Defoe. Suddenly I found myself paying attention to each and every match, and hunting down dodgy streams when ESPN wasn’t carrying the games. I knew I was hooked when Spurs collapsed late against Everton and I was dumbfounded for the rest of the day.

As it happened ATL Spurs was just getting off the ground at the time. I joined that group of questionable characters and haven’t looked back since.

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

Despite the fact that I contract for Delta Air Lines and can fly space-available pretty easily, I haven’t managed to make it across the pond for a match yet. This, despite the fact that my wife and I honeymooned in London in 1999. I’m really hoping to make it happen this season for obvious reasons.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

For me it was the come-from-behind 3-1 win over Manchester City in April 2013. Behind 1-0 after an early Samir Nasri goal, it looked to be a frustrating afternoon at the Lane. Then in the second half, over no more than 10 minutes, Dempsey leveled, Defoe scored the winner, and the Bale added some insurance for good measure. It was a fantastic way to completely reverse the narrative and stick it to the defending champs. Moments like those are what keep Spurs fans coming back for more, no matter how bleak things get.

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

That’s almost like asking me who my favorite child is. I like so many, and for so many different reasons. That said, Mousa Dembele is probably my favorite at the moment – he came over with Dempsey from Fulham and is now the first name on the team sheet. We simply do not lose with him in the side, and his confidence in possession is a wonder to behold.

5) Where are you from originally?

I’m a Georgia native, born in Augusta. I’ve lived in Atlanta since 1990.

6) What is your professional background?

I’m a recovering newspaper and magazine journalist, now working as a commercial copywriter and corporate communicator, self-employed with occasional contracting stints.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

Alas, no. By the time the game made it to my part of Georgia in the early ‘80s, the first organized youth leagues stopped just under my age level. So yes, at age 12, I was “too old” to play, but both of my little brothers played for the “Thomson Cosmos” and my youngest brother still plays in an adult league. For me it’s always been a regret. I could’ve been good!

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

My career includes some time as a music journalist, which allowed me to hang out with Norah Jones in L.A., go on tour with My Morning Jacket and Wilco, and squire Duncan Sheik and Robyn Hitchcock around town in my beat-up car. (These days I’m always disappointed when I hear a musician I like supports Woolwich.)

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1) How did you become a Spurs fan?

I got into soccer in general in the summer between 10th and 11th grade. In ’05 and ’06 there was a lot of World Cup qualifying games on TV, so I used to just watch when I got home from (American) football workouts in the morning and watch soccer all day, that’s how I became a fan of the sport. I got into Spurs specifically for the sole purpose of going against all my big time soccer fan friends who loved bigger clubs like arsenal, and Chelsea. I’m also a big time FIFA player, and Spurs have always been a fun team to play with.

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

Sadly, no, but it’s on my bucket list for sure.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

Peter Crouch scoring the goal late in the game against Manchester City to qualify Tottenham for the Champions League. Having never gone to the Champions League, qualifying this in this fashion was about as great as it could get. This permanently secured a place in my heart for Peter Crouch <3

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

I’m going to name 3. My current favorite player on the team is Mousa Dembele. He is an absolute boss in the midfield, and completely controls games. Nearly every game he does something incredible, even if it’s subtle. My favorite player since I’ve been a fan is definitely Rafael Van der Vaart. He always showed up when we needed him most, was part of the building of the foundation that brought the team into competing for the top in the league now. Sentimental favorite is Tom Huddlestone. Got a soft spot for overweight guys with long hair. He also used to be really good.. lol

5) Where are you from originally?

Born in Atlanta, GA. Currently living in Kennesaw.

6) What is your professional background?

Youth advocacy. I used to be an elementary school assistant for special education. I’m now a training officer at Marietta Regional Youth Detention Center.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

Never, I’m somewhat of a late bloomer to my soccer fandom. I think once you understand the rules and take time to really watch any sport, you can find something to enjoy about it. Soccer is arguably the best sport in my opinion. No breaks, no time outs. Play for 45 minutes, take a break, play for another 45.

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

I used to travel around with fellow ATL Spurs member Greg Perry as the road manager for Lingo, a band he played drums for. The core of that band consisted of some good friends of mine from high school, and we traveled around the east coast pretty extensively from 2008-2014. I am also the unofficial meme-god of ATL Spurs. Shiiiiiiiiiiid

1)    How did you become a Spurs fan?

1987 FA Cup final. My brother asked which team I wanted to win, the white team or the blue team and I said “the white team” and the rest is history. The white team lost that day but I’m sure glad I stuck with them and didn’t switch to the blue team haha

2) Have you been to a match at White Hart Lane?

Countless. First one was Vs Southampton in 1989. Probably been to somewhere between 50 and 100 Tottenham games in total though.

3) What’s your favorite Tottenham Hotspur moment?

There’s been a few. Paul Stewart’s goal Vs Liverpool in 1990 was special as back then everyone my age supported Liverpool and I just remember the pride I went to school with the next day.
More recently though…Crouch’s goal Vs Man City to seal CL football for us and also beating Chelsea in the league cup final. It was one thing to win it but to win it beating them made it even better.

4) Who is your favorite Spurs player and why?

All-time favorite Tottenham player is probably Paul Gascoigne…the lad was a genius.
Favorite current player is probably Dele Alli…I think he’s going to be a very special player.

5) Where are you from originally?

I was born in Aylesbury which is about 45 minutes north of London

6) What is your professional background?

I work with kids. Currently I’m a Soccer Coach but also run sports camps for kids.

7) Did you play organized football/soccer?

Yes I was a decent goalkeeper when I was younger. Had some interest from Watford and Luton Town but that never worked out. Became an outfield player when I was about 20 and have played at decent levels. Now just playing rec leagues though.

8)  What would your fellow Atlanta Spurs members be surprised to learn about you?

I was once featured in a Discovery Channel TV show called ‘Hogs Gone Wild’. That’s all I’m saying about that, if you want to learn more you will have to find it. It was pretty hilarious stuff though.

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