...career. Losing 3-1 to the smirking dim one called Sherwood must rank as the worst thing on the Fulham manager's long and distinguished CV as both player and coach.
...players. If they'd played like that previously BMJ wouldn't have lost his job and Spurs wouldn't be facing a team with new manager syndrome.
...Martin Jol. We all know you still love your old club Martin, love 'em enough to not want to see Scott Parker hindering our midfield one minute longer. Love 'em enough to have him hindering Fulham's.
...at this rate. Three wins in a week, 9 points from 9, eight goals for just two against. Surely 'Arry would have done better than this. It can't carry on, we shouldn't allow it to carry on.
...Münchner. As Spurs sweat on the top line, hoping Bayern do Chelski in the Champions League final, it wouldn't surprise to find out that means
I'm a doughnut.
...should he? As soon as it was announced on Sunday night that the F.A. have made their approach to the man they want to take over as England boss the knives were out because that man was Roy Hodgson and not 'Arry Redknapp.
...but that didn't do the rest of us any good. Even for Spurs this was extreme backs to the wall job but totally unlike Spurs this ended up with another three points. Which might have had a calming effect on 'Arry's heart.
...he just sit there and twitch. During Spurs home game against Fulham while the fans sing out Martin Jol's name. Both managers will later show why the chants and songs rang out.
...again. Spurs' humiliating four nil defeat to Fulham in the fourth round of the FA Cup should be the last we see of that horrible light blue away kit that results in Spurs playing like they don't care.
...but still 3 points and a clean sheet. What better team to be playing with Hogmanay's hangover than Fulham who don't win at The Lane and gave Spurs another 3 points over the festive period. Oh and Beckham can piss off.
...to represent me. As Spurs prove they really must be a Top 4 side by getting a referee to change his mind about giving a goal with a bit of persuasion, something we are told never happens.
...it's a knockout. There's a couple of quotes that come to mind about not learning the lessons from history and repeating mistakes over and over again as Gerrard and Lampard are set to play together for the 61st time for England.
...last night. What with the amazing way Fulham got through to the Europa Cup final in Hamburg last night you just felt that getting there was the end of the fairy tale and Atlético Madrid would just nick it.
...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'
...post. It was a game of two halves but I couldn't have gone with that, what about asking if Fulham were Juventus in disguise as Spurs came from one down and an inept display to a glorious 3-1 stuffing in the F.A. Cup quarter-final replay.