...News At Ten. After three straight cup losses, two cup exits and the first defeat in Europe this season, Sherwood finally oversaw a Spurs victory in a cup competition as they somehow came back to knock out Juande Ramos' Dnipro.
..CV. Tim Sherwood thinks Spurs winning a trophy would look good on his CV, after they lost their third straight cup game under him, 1-0 to Dnipro in the Europa League, he can probably keep that piece of paper blank.
...we can't even laugh up at the Woolwich scum's troubles. While the ARSEnal were being dicked 8-2 Spurs are still looking up the league table at them.
...present? It may just be another tabloid transfer window piece of rubbish but a report that Junade Ramos wants to bring Jenas to Madrid brightened up my day no end.
...fortnight in the 'Arry Wonderland. It seems a lot longer, probably because my mind wants to wipe all memories of what it was like just two weeks ago in the dying days of the Ramos regime.
...firing. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy decided to sack manager Juande Ramos exactly one year to the day after firing Martin Jol, thankfully it also meant the end of the director of football Comolli, it also meant the arrival of 'Arry.
...how many more does Juande have. After the latest loss, to Udinese in the UEFA Cup, with more head scratching team choices and tactics or lack off how long will Ramos survive at the Lane?
...feeling. After another league loss for Spurs, under Ramos, yet more Titanic links crop up, the year it went down, where it's captain was from and where it sailed from, all leads to that feeling.
...to get the push yesterday in Poland. Sending out a lacklustre side in the second leg of the UEFA Cup tie against Wisla Krakow only for them to draw and go through.
...It tolls for thee, Juande. Was that the Pompey bell or was it the death knell for the Spurs manager as the media sharks start to circle.
...last time against Villa at the Lane. It's just under 12 months ago that Younes Kaboul celebrated his equaliser in the arms of Martin Jol as Spurs got a 4-4 draw with Aston Villa, 11 months 2 weeks later what has changed?
...in the reserves. If ManUre don't want to pay the going rate for the type of striker they're crying out for then Spurs shouldn't drop the price on Dimitar Berbatov.
...no there ain't. As Robbie Keane maneuvered his way out of the club at a price three times what he cost that Spurs couldn't be bothered to turn down.
...nah not Chimbomba's useless effort but the shocking piss weak attempt by Jenas that should have won the last 16 game for Spurs in the UEFA Cup.
...to Spurs' 2-1 victory over Chelski in the Carling Cup final but this video of Teemu Tainio winding up Joe Cole and Didier Drogba is priceless.