...track. In less than half a minute Spurs might have rescued the season last night at Bolton, for their first away win at the Reebok stadium.
...Wembley... Wembley... We're the famous Tottenham Hotspur and we're off to Wembley. Doesn't quite feel right when it's only the Cup semi-final but it's still Wembley after beating Bolton 3-1 in the quarters..
...when he said...football was more important than life and death. Fabrice Muamba current situation after suffering a cardiac arrest showed that.
...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.
...luck. Two games on the trot and she's been ridden hard by Spurs, two games with banana skin written all over them. But Spurs beat Bolton, to go with Blackburn, what's going on?
...Nat Lofthouse. One of the last giants of the post-war pre-1966 World Cup era of English football, a one club man with an exceptional scoring record especially at international level.
...everyone predicted it. As soon as Spurs stuffed the European champions midweek everyone knew that they would be turned over by Bolton in the next Premier League fixture on Saturday.
...at a a time. I'm with 'Arry Redknapp he had to play Ledley King against Bolton on Saturday, this was the must win game and with King at the back it made it more likely the 3 points would be Spurs'
...into the next round of the Cup. In the end Spurs really didn't need those two goals that Bolton scored for them to get into the quarter finals of the FA Cup last night but they were handy.
...sit there twitching. As much as I know it really has no effect on the team on the pitch I was getting sick fed up of seeing 'Arry lounging in the dugout twitching during Spurs draw with Bolton in the Cup.
...disguise? Watching Bolton v Spurs on Saturday one team played flowing football on the ground the others were disjointed playing the long ball game, still it's a point at a bogey ground.