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Totally redesigned and recoded from the extremely basic v1.0 with new additions such as the ubiquitous blog.
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The ramblings of a Toxic mind…yup another blog, just what the world needs. Postings about music, sport, teh interweb, news, TV, film media and latest site news. Again category links will be in the right hand column.
Here are the latest few entries –
...effort. Spurs actually managed to win a game, doing so without much undue hassle, admittedly it was just Fulham but now they're just two wins from a cup final.
...out? Another Thursday night European descent into tedium with Spurs, didn't exactly get them back on track after the weekend Premier League loss.
...so inept and craven. Spurs again wasted the chance to capitalise on the slip ups of others by again putting in a poor effort away to top six competition.
...that wrote two of the greats. Sad news that writer Alan Simpson has died, aged 87, who along with Ray Galton wrote two of the greatest comedies of all time, “Hancock's Half Hour” and “Steptoe and Son”.
...stay. Alastair Cook's stint as England cricket captain had run its course before the drubbing in India.
...against Boro. Spurs did their utmost to make Middlesbrough look like Sunderland in almost snatching a draw from the jaws of victory.
...knickers. Spurs yet again failed to capitalise on points dropped by their closest rivals for the title, with a dull performance in a draw against a dull Sunderland.
...Spurs victory. Tottenham nicking it in the last seconds, from a fourth division side, after being pretty useless for the rest of the game, it's what the cup is all about.
...I believe it was inevitable. Pep Guardiola was pulling out his hair as his team, Man City, rode their luck in getting a two all draw with the visiting Spurs.
...plan. Part way through Spurs victory commanding over West Brom, Tony Pulis looked lost, this wasn't meant to happen and how could he get more centre-backs on the pitch.
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