...yet again so close but so far. Just like his time with Spurs Big Martin Jol's Hamburg just fell short of making the UEFA Cup final with another refereeing howler to add to UEFAs list.
....from worst start ever to clean sheet records? 'Arry's done a job at the Lane, from a disastrous position when he took over to clean sheet runs and least goals conceded at home.
...them a shonky one. It could be partly to piss off Pugwash after his fact rant but was more to do with a man in a commentary box who has trouble with a word that haunts from 1990.
...for the good of the game. Helping the Premier League rid itself of the Toonarmy others now have to step up and do their job, biggest club in the lower leagues but still without any silverware in a few lifetimes.
...ever done for us? All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, a fresh water system...
...doesn't it. The way Spurs handed victory to Blackburn, who stuck a big lumper up front, after they should have been dead and buried had a familiar ring to it.
...Ledley. Should Spurs club captain Ledley King turn out for England, should have he been called up in the first place?
...Spurs beating Chelsea, after all it doesn't happen that often in the league and 'Arry has done something with the side who are still unbeaten by the top four.
...Villa nah! That doesn't happen very often, especially with Jenas and Bent scoring teh goals to give Spurs the much needed three points.
...like that, is it. Spurs aren't meant to nick away draws in the last minute, other teams are meant to deny us points that way.
...from the cup final? Did Spurs learn after last seasons Carling Cup final that it's not a good idea to go out on the piss afterward, as they thump Boro four nil.
...fixture congestion next season then. If he's around, after all the last fella won the Carling Cup before getting the push, only the league survival to concentrate on now.
...'Arry wanted. After last nights one all draw with Shakhtar Donetsk, Spurs don't have to worry abut the distraction of the UEFA Cup anymore.
...three points are three points. A much needed three points that goes towards keeping Spurs in the premier League after beating Hull City who are now down in the relegation fight.
...'bout that continental rubbish. Spurs don't want to win them UEFA Cup games cos it just means you 'ave to play more of 'em, when it's the real football you should be concentrated on.