...a banjo. Yet again when a good result would have moved Spurs up to third in the Premier League they're beaten while squandering numerous chances.
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...now? After the humiliation of the Cup capitulation to Fulham, Spurs have turned it around with three gritty league wins and now the best of the lot a battling Champions League victory away to AC Milan.
...the memories...Andrew Eugene Pettitte...who will announce his retirement from baseball at Yankee Stadium today.
...in Blackburn of all places. Spurs picked up a vital 3 points with an away win at Blackburn with a depleted squad thanks to an early Crouch goal and some Gomes heroics.
...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.
Andy Gray, is there anyone more qualified to talk about not knowing the rules of the game as an ex-player, as none of 'em have a scoobie. # About 80% of decisions refs get blasted for are down to those running the line, they're all fucking hopeless, male & female. # When Richard Keys and […]
...take a bow. Poor old Andy Gray, ever get the feeling he wasn't that well liked at Sky Sports and that they were quite happy to bin him and his reported £1.7 million salary off?
How long before that clock ticks over from £900 billion to £1,000 billion – http://bit.ly/82oGcS – ie a trillion quid of debt. # Darren Bent, he's another one who should be sponsored by confused.com # @Spooky23 He only wants to join a team with plenty of Spanish speakers apparently. # @rutty_uk I had to really […]
...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.
...ManUre All the ones I've seen anyway. They're all along the same line as 'ManUre frustrated Spurs to hang on for the draw'. Their goalkeeper was happy with the point as he time wasted from early on.
@osc_pro Maybes aye, maybes naw # @osc_pro @thefunkhouse and sign all those players that make up the crap squad, oh and take Torres off when you were one down oh and… # @osc_pro @thefunkhouse Won the CL with Houlilier's players and sold 'em on for Lucas & Bable & Ngog # @osc_pro @thefunkhouse More fluky […]
... isn't that what ITV kept telling you? Nobody mentioned it at The Lane as Spurs beat Charlton with reasonable ease after the half-time introduction of Luka Modric which everyone had to suffer listening to on the radio.
Coldest day of the year. # Good start to the year db backup plugin doesn't work, db too big, and site's overloading the server so buggering everything up. What joy. # One Dutchman in the squad works, more than one Dutchman in the squad and you're asking for trouble. #COYS #THFC # @samhs http://www.spurscommunity.co.u…..hp?t=68772 sure […]
...and flog 'im. As soon as I saw he was in the starting XI for Spurs against Everton I knew how the game would pan out and sure enough a team that can't score were allowed to waltz through the middle and do so in 2 minutes.