...I've come to talk with you again. In a season that was supposed to end Spursy, Spurs managed to be more Spursy than ever before as they blew it on the final day in the most Spursy fashion imaginable.
…one. Just in case you might not have heard – Spurs only have one player, Gareth Bale, Newcastle United are all French and Lewis Holtby is a German international with an English dad. It’s true I did Tweet during the match that Spurs would be… Buggered without Bale. — Toxic Web (@Toxic_Web) February 9, 2013 […]
...performance this time around. Unlike the wins over Wigan and the Woolwich scum a draw with Newcastle didn't hide the poor play from Spurs.
...don't they? Well they certainly did for Spurs for the trip Up North to play the Toon in the league on Saturday. Two players out, so one certain player in horrible kit and then Bale's back giving up.
...giving. And the latest episode in this desperate club's history is just another moment to give us glee as they replace statistically their most successful manager i history with their long time target Alan Pardew.
...everyone predicted it. As soon as Spurs stuffed the European champions midweek everyone knew that they would be turned over by Bolton in the next Premier League fixture on Saturday.
...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.
...the Cup final on Saturday. Thankfully Guus Hiddink is a man of his word and has headed back off to Russia though he should really be flying out to lead England in their World Cup qualifiers.
...his own side. After turning White Hart Lane into a fortress and getting close to Europe from a starting position of 2 points from 8 games what will 'Arry Redknapp do to strengthen the team?
...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.
...he's Keggy Keegal the new manager at Newcastle who are looking forward by harking back to their last period of glory.