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jb41 last won the day on February 24 2019

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  1. Job done. Not one for the purist but looks like they were putting a shift in so can't argue with that. COYS
  2. Tanganga has been very assured so far.
  3. It's 2-0 alright. Not the 'edge of seat classic' I envisaged but I'd take it now if offered More pressing is that I've run out of beers! COYS!
  4. The beers are getting demolished and I'm biting my nails like there's no tomorrow... I can see this turning into a day off work tomorrow already but every cloud and all that...the 3-3 draw earlier should motivate them to pull their finger out!! COYS
  5. Afternoon all. I am going for a thrilling 2-0 win because I live in hope and expect a reaction for us long suffering fans. Get ready for an "edge of the seat" classic :-) COYS
  6. Good shout really. He won't care about big egos, price tags and will give the kids who are good enough a chance.
  7. The manager question is difficult and depends a lot on the culture, the players and the hierarchy. Personally I would like to see Spurs be a bit like Athletico Madrid, fighting against illustrious neighbours because let's face it, we don't win very much. It might mean being a bit more pragmatic but if you see the players putting their heart and soul on the line to get a result then I'd take that all day long rather than playing in entertaining defeats then watching everyone else winning trophies and giving us this "Spursy" shit every season. We almost had that "Simeone" experience with Poch where the club, the squad and the fans were galvanized and got within touching distance of real glory but I don't think Jose has that effect on the wider squad and is too decisive. You can tell from the interview with Loris yesterday that there is discontent in the camp. I would go for one of the following and back them up with cash and time... Nagelsmann Brendan Rodgers Stephen Gerrard (wildcard but you can't knock his passion) Now the third real ale has kicked in, I really need to get some sleep. COYS
  8. Not been on here for a while. Mainly because I'm still trying to get over our home game against Chelsea but agree 100%, give the armband to Hoijberg. A captain needs to be kicking people whether it's his teammates or the oppo or preferably both. Anyway, back to the padded cell where I can rock myself to sleep with those memories of a toothless Graham Roberts smiling and with a trophy in his hands...where does the time go? Take care all and keep safe.
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    PL: TOTTENHAM v Arsenal

    Afternoon all. I can see us trying to soak it up and playing for counter attacks today so probably a nervous, cagey affair. Hopefully I'm wrong and we nick it 5:4 in a absolute classic but can't see it. COYS
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    I'd take Tim Sherwood back...he started the good work before Potch arrived and would give the kids a run out.
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    I'd agree. If he's travelled and fit then start him. He looked world class in some of the CL games last season which is why we bought him. If JM's asking for more from him then he needs to play and maybe tonight have some defensive cover around him. Got to start well though and keep it tight for long periods if it's possible and hope it's our night. COYS
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    Got relegation troubles? Looking to climb the table? Got a striker on a barren run who needs a goal or three to boost his confidence? Worry no more! Play Spurs and we will be happy to accommodate you. Joking aside, I can see us nicking this and that's after only 2 beers so I must be lucid? COYS
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    Bring back Vorm...ffs
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    Tough game this one (especially after extra time and pens this week) and looking at the other fixtures for the teams around us then it's a must win if we want to put some pressure on Chelsea/Leicester for a top 4 spot (maybe top 5 will be enough, who knows?). Sheffield Utd and Wolves both at home against relegation candidates so he'll have to put out the strongest side and hope they hit some form and the attacking players have been practising hitting a cow's arse with a banjo since Wednesday. Despite being knackered, I can see a reaction after the FA Cup exit so I am going to stick my neck out and say a win and clean sheet. COYS and keep washing those hands lads :)
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    As Spurs fans we suffer, we really do suffer a lot. Results like last night do my head in because instead of making Norwich (and most other teams lately) look like a Puskas inspired Real Madrid team from the late 50's, we should be comfortably marching into the quarter finals and looking up the table. I'd like to think we can treat the remaining games of the season as "must wins" and then see where we are but for next season we need some quality recruitment, a defined and effective style and most of all some leaders like all the great teams have. Mate, I'd even try to get Sergio Ramos on a free to inspire the team (while he's not serving a suspension of course). Anyway, I'm going to self flagellate whilst chanting "there's always next season" which has more or less been my yearly ritual around March since the late 70's. COYS