...way. Only team that the new league champions haven't beaten all season. Just come off a moral boosting defeat of the previous champions. Struggle against relegation fodder Wigan to finally take one point off them this season.
…and those at the Lane are helping them out. There’s plenty to blame for Spurs’ latest poor performance at home and yes you can say the manager played his part but those on and off the pitch contributed more… or should that be less. Those in all lilywhite – now there’s a main problem, those […]
...back. It was all there last night as Spurs beat Wigan 3-1 at The Lane. From the swagger to Benny's barent.
...games like that. Only Spurs can really annihilate another side and still be hanging on against 10 men at the end.
...you can't lecture about others 'expecting too much'. You're current run of 8 points from 7 games isn't that far off the 2 points 8 games you keep reminding us about 'Arry.
...Sandro and Dawson. It says it all really. Wigan, plumb bottom of the table, worst goal difference in the league, and they've taken four points off Spurs this season.
...again. Showing himself, the FA, FIFA and the whole of the game up, yet again and yet again getting away with it. Just like Rooney is again getting away with it.
...games like that. Champions League hangover game at home losing to Wigan, a team who hadn't scored a goal while conceding ten in their previous two league games. Spurs all over ain't it.
...70th birthday this weekend. It was decided that Spurs should play on a pitch more fitting for the great man, so it was Wigan away and their ploughed field so reminiscent of the 1960s & 70s.
...they write the word for the score.So on all the tickers on Sunday it was Tottenham 9 (nine) - Wigan 1. But for the Wigan keeper it could have been closer to the 16 needed.
...on Sunday after the defeat to Wigan, when he asked players if the could give a expletive deleted, when one replied he was told what 'Arry really thought of him.
...and 'e ain't 'appy. After another last gasp winner beats Spurs 'Arry Redknapp lays into the players he doesn't think are putting enough in, thankfully it could be the end of Jenas.
Juande Ramos' first league team sheet looked like a manager testing what he has at his disposal before he decides to jettison the deadwood and bring in his own players which could mean the season is one for rebuilding and finished now.