...because he knows the time is short. Let him who hath understanding reckon the number of the beast for it is a human number... its number is six hundred and sixty six.
...when he's not playing. Especially when he isn't available as in last night's Premier League game against Norwich City which Spurs won 2-0.
...and thankfully the British public got it right. A Mark Cavendish was crowned BBC Sports Personalty of the year with nearly 50% of the vote.
...halves. Spurs come out of the blocks against Chelski all guns blazing then squander the lead letting the visitors back into it before going end to end.
...thanks for the axe. Ed Roman, who died earlier this week, wasn't liked by a number out there in the guitar world but I got on with the bloke and still love the guitar that he provided the body and pickups for.
...Trigger says it all. A brilliant Tottenham Hotspur promo video. Audere est Facere.
...looks weak and shallow. With two of their key players missing Spurs squad didn't look that strong and deep but they still ground out a deserved three pints against Sunderland.
...nowhere. So after beating Shamrock Rovers in the final game of the group phase 'Arry Redknapp's wish for Spurs not to be in the Europa League is finally here.
...him in the same breath as Beckham. While Jonny Wilkinson put his safety on the line to bring England World Cup glory, Beckham ponced it and cried for himself.
...to Stoke that sorts the men from the boys? It certainly did a job on Spurs during the first half while referee Chris Foy did it in the second.
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...I wanna get lost in your rock n roll...And drift away... legendary soul singer Dobie Gray has died.
...back alongside the Wolf. Sad news that another blues legend, Hubert Sumlin, has died.
...to three league points. Spurs had the swagger, had the luck, had some great build up play but again didn't have that clinical cutting edge that should have seen Bolton off with a real thrashing.
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