...Watford didn't end up another Championship banana skin. 'Arry's Spurs managed another comeback victory to book a place in the Carling Cup semi-final for the third straight season.
...burst? After losing to Everton through a deflected goal you might think so but there was a lot wrong with the team yesterday in a game they didn't really deserve much from.
...one nil to the Shpurs. Shorry I've gone all, how do you shaay, Shteeve McClown after Shpurs one nil away victory over NEC Nijmegen in the UEFA Cup.
...give pace a chance. Aaron Lennon got his first league start of the season and showed 'Arry what he can do to destroy teams in Spurs 1-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers.
...time for divorce proceedings. 'Arry was right he's taken the team as far as he could, a kind word, a bottle of ketchup and a touch of luck can only go so far.
...after last night. 'Arry certain has nothing to be embarrassed about after this victory over a substandard Liverpool side most of whom were brought in by the manager.
...shifted over the weekend. And it could only be the fault of one thing the vortex created by the gap in Joe Jordan's teeth had shifted from Pompey to Spurs.
...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.
...with him to the Lane. As for the second time in a week Spurs are outplayed by a so called top 4 side and yet come back and nick something from it.
...yet? As Spurs under 'Arry Redknapp claim twice as many league points in two games as they had done in the previous 8 games under Juande Ramos after coming back from 3-1 and 4-2 down to the Woolwich Wanderers.
...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.
...meant some embarrassing encounters for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy were sidestepped for now. No awkward meeting with Seville officials or Martin Jol being serenaded by the Spurs fans.
...we're not very good...Spurs slump to their worst start to a season since the Titanic went down in 1912, still that season had a happy ending, so who knows.