This years UEFA Cup final was a not bad game between Sevilla and Espanyol, fans had a really good time by the looks of it but Spurs fans were left thinking what if?
Spurs' season was a mixture of the good the bad and the ugly, finishing up where they started in fifth position but with some good cup runs but promise not unfulfilled though a new star at the Lane in Berbatov.
Watching Sevilla beat Osasuna in the UEFA Cup was agonising as neither team looked that great over the two legs and Spurs should have been there.
Back in Alan Ball's days as a player you had to have something about you to get away with white boots, unlike today's poseurs.
Sad news that the youngest of England's '66 World Cup winning team, Alan Ball died last night aged only 61.
ARSEnal are keeping up their traditions by falling over untouched to win games.
After a crazy lazy first ten minutes Spurs were 2-0 down to Sevilla in the second leg of their UEFA Cup quarter final tie before getting it back to 2-2 to go out 4-3.
Spurs lost their first game in Europe this season away to Sevilla after a shocking display by the referee who didn't seem to have a first idea about the rules of the game.
The clown that employed Steve 'McClown' McClaren says the fans have gone over the top in their protests against the McClown but he's just trying to hide the fact it's very much his fault that we are here.
England's boss Steve McClown McClaren has probably kept his job after they scraped a 3-0 victory over lowly Andorra after being unable to score in the opening half.
England's manager Steve 'McClown' McClaren has spent the time since the dismal draw with Israel trying to con the England fans with more spin and bull.
England need to sack Steve 'McClown' McClaren now if they want to qualify for Euro 2008 after another dismal effort in the no score draw with Israel.
Spurs were 3-1 up against Chelsea but couldn't hang on and lost the replay 2-1 to go out of the FA Cup.
England's number one goalkeeper, Paul Robinson scores from his own half for Spurs against Watford in the Premiership.
Spurs will play Spanish side Sevilla in their UEFA Cup quarter final, with either Bayer Leverkusen or Osasuna facing them in the semis.