...Steve Bruce. He had one chance at redemption but he blew it, while others blow up his ego talking about what a great job he and his team did. No they didn't.
...irony. So the dear old luvvie is in full whinging, setting the world to rights, mode again. But while frothing at the mouth over teh Daily mail's past he doesn't seem to mention that of his beloved B.B.C.
...it didn't get in until half past three"...making it's post Grand National annual appearance again.
...but a ding dong battle of a derby. But in the end no matter how exciting and what a good game of football a three all draw did Spurs no favours in the chase for Champions League football.
...to represent me. As Spurs prove they really must be a Top 4 side by getting a referee to change his mind about giving a goal with a bit of persuasion, something we are told never happens.
...this old excuse. It's not cutting it as an excuse Fabio, after all teh German's played more games than our superstars and their best player was in action last summer while our lot had a nice break.
...by all means. There's plenty to have a go at them for and just because something is easy doesn't means it's not worth doing. Just not for buying The Wire, Mad Men and the football.
...opportunity when...it's Darren Bent and he's thrown himself to the floor without being touch and it's Darren Bent, yet again the ex-Spurs striker failed and looked confused.
...only in a role reversal kind of way. England doing what Australia did four years back and now losing a star player Kevin Pietersen. But he isn't the same loss Glenn McGrath was back then.