VIDEO: AVB’s post-match press conference vs Arsenal

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Andre Villas-Boas has urged Tottenham to keep their feet on the ground following the 2-1 win against Arsenal.

The victory moves us back to third in the Premier League and seven points ahead of Arsenal. AVB admits that Spurs have some massive games ahead and it’s important that everyone focuses on the job in hand.

Click on the video below to watch AVB’s post-match press conference. App users click on the “Video” tab.

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  1. yesturday was good very good, but lets keep our feet on the floor we still got a very very hard matchs against Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City that if we win two of them we are in a good chance fir even second place. not forgetting the game against Everton. other games that give me the shivers down my spine are Wigan, Southampton,Stoke and the last game against Sunderland which are all teams that are fighting for their lives and those are the teams that I am afraid in these coming weeks. Hope that Dembele will be fit quickly. Good luck. Good to see Defoe back he was much missed. I am sorry for Adi but recently we were as if playing with 10 men. Joe from Malta.

  2. Ade has been JUST as COMMITTED as everyone else…the problem is he LACKS the CONFIDENCE a goal will bring. In yesterdays game he won a number of defensive headers from Arsenal set-pieces and tried to have a POSITIVE impact has his fouls (tracking back) on Vermarlen and co proved.

    Adebayor ACTUALLY puts in a better shift (DEFENSIVELY) than Bale does in most games with the difference being that EVERYTHING the Welshman touches seems to be turning to solid gold.

    APPLICATION is NOT what Ade lacks… It's a GOAL! When he gets that, I am SURE he will return to the form he showed last year!!!

    KEEP THE FAITH…I KNOW I WILL.

    • Dear Ramos, i have nothing against Adi but he has for weeks on end putting a negitave performance. Ok he helps out in the defence. Look at yesturday's Arsenal's goal. Adi was tracking M'sacker and just at the last second he lost him. If Bale would not have been in the way although the ball went in he would have had a clear header on goal. I was biting my nails when I saw him foul and got the yellow card. When Defoe came on the team woke up and we had two clear chances that we could have won 4-1 easily. I am sorry Adi has just not played up to expectation. I sooner give Caulker the job up front. I do hope he starts scoring but as I wrote the games are going to be hard until the end and we want a good goalscorer. God forbid if Bale gets injured what's next. iI say we start with Defoe against Inter, why he is just much quicker and the Inter defence are slow. A very good day to you. Joe from Malta.

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