..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.
...titles. Four F.A. Cups. One League Cup. One UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. One UEFA Super Cup
...deep fried. Glasgow Rangers pretty much started the death of Scottish football 25 years ago, could they now finish it off and be left standing and laughing?
...he just sit there and twitch. During Spurs home game against Fulham while the fans sing out Martin Jol's name. Both managers will later show why the chants and songs rang out.
...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.
...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.
...'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.
...two halves? As a shambles of a Spurs side handed Spartak Moscow a two goal lead they were heading out of the UEFA Cup until 'Arry worked his magic.
...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.
...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.
...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?
...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.
...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.
...a game last night? At the fifth time of asking Spurs finally notch up the first victory of the season with a 2-1 win over Wisla Krakow in the UEFA Cup.