But You Know That We’ve Changed So Much Since Then…

Back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time since West Brom and Manchester City on 8th and 21st November plus the fact we somehow avoided yet another 1-1 draw are about the only good things to be sucked from that bitter lemon of a second half against Fulham.

And three points.

I enjoyed the first half, though, and the move for our goal was typical of this Tottenham, thirteen seconds of direct transition from deep inside our own half between Doherty, Bale, Dele, Son and then Dele again which looked fluidly exquisite and yet also involved two mis-controls and ended in an own goal which probably saved Kane being flagged offside had he got to finish the move.

Despite us still having just enough about ourselves to carve out a great chance for Kane to finish Fulham off towards the end, that second-half reversion to type was worrying, and the VAR against Lemina which saw Maja’s ‘goal’ chalked off was as anti-football as the VAR against Dier in the Newcastle game and the VAR against Moura at Bramall Lane last season.

We should have known, given the poor quality of Premier League officials, that VAR would end up being yet another layer of dodgy decisions that hopefully even themselves out over the course of a season, but that win felt like a draw in the same way draws against Newcastle, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Wolves and Fulham all felt like losses.

Despite that horribly long list of discarded points, here we are with eleven league games left to play, five points off Chelsea in fourth with a game in hand and Chelsea playing fifth placed Everton tomorrow, West Ham facing unpredictable Leeds and Liverpool playing Fulham at Anfield having just lost five Premier League home games on the spin.

Win tonight, and we might somehow end this weekend right back in a race we looked well and truly out of following defeat to West Ham.

We need to take care of Palace first, though. But that’s something we have tended to do at home over the years. Barring a fifth round FA Cup exit at their hands in February 2016, you have to go back to 1997 and the days of Ian Walker, John Scales, Stephen Clemence, Andy Sinton and Steffen Iversen – not to mention mere 25,000 home-crowds and Christian Gross taking charge – for our last league loss to them, Neil Shipperly scoring the game’s only goal.

There have been a couple of nil-nils and a few squeaky one-nils across the following years, but none probably felt quite so squeaky as Palace’s April 2019 visit, when a crowd of 59,215 finally got to see us play a Premier League game at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the first ever time.

Although we ended up winning comfortably enough, the wait for Son’s 55th minute opener felt interminable and even after Eriksen’s 80th minute clincher I felt as if it was just a matter of time before we started spraying something Spursy all over the stadium’s big opening night.

Although we didn’t, what we all thought was going to be the start of something special simply turned out to be the start of the end for Pochettino: He would only lead us to five more Premier League victories following this first one at the new stadium, and it’s nicely symmetrical for the purpose of this bloeug that the last decent one came in Palace’s most recent visit: In a game that felt as if it might just blow away the cobwebs of losing to Newcastle in our previous home-game and then throwing away a two goal lead at Arsenal, we just couldn’t build on it and would only enjoy one further league win under the Argentine – somewhat luckily in our next home game against Southampton – before the axe fell seven Premier League games after this Palace game ended.

At least with our recent wins over Burnley and Fulham the comparisons between Pochettino’s last run of matches and our current form don’t look quite so similar right now.

And at least with Mourinho suddenly sending out sides that mainly look offensive due to the number of attackers he’s cramming in, there’s the prospect of enjoying the games at the moment.

At least until the second-half kicks off, anyway.

As for Palace, despite having potentially their most potent attacking line-up in years, they seem to be in a state of flux with 73 year old Roy Hodgson and up to eleven players out of contract at the end of the season and results giving the impression they’re doing just enough to stay out of trouble and not really fussed about achieving very much else. They’ve won one in five and have only scored two goals across those five games – both in their 1-2 win over ‘local’ rivals Brighton. The other four games ended 2-0 to Leeds, 0-3 to Burnley and 0-0 against Fulham and Manchester United.

Back in match-week 12 when Schlupp’s 81st minute equaliser signaled the beginning of the end of our time at the top of the table, they’d recently beaten Leeds 4-1 and West Brom 1-5 (admittedly either side of losses to Burnley away and Newcastle at home). This time around, they’ve pretty much got nothing to play for and seem to be playing as if that’s the case.

If Mourinho picks a side which means we’re not trying to rely on our defence and if we play as we did in the first half against Fulham, we really should win this one, then.

But if we play the way we ended up playing in the second half against Fulham with the likes of Zaha and Eze on the pitch, we probably won’t.

In truth, we’ll probably end up seeing both sides of Spurs to make sure Sunday evening ends with its fair share of squeaks, and winning will come down to how many goals we can score before either Mourinho or the team’s collective weak mentally comes into play after half-time.

I think we’ll need three at the least, and I think we can get them as well.

Come on you Spurs!

5 1 vote
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

492 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

When Leeds are bad they really are awful.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Admire the way they play but so naive at times. You can see Bielsa’s influence in how Poch got us to play in a similar way. But you do need the quality of players to do it and Leeds just don’t have enough of them.

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago

Nice work Pickford.

Northern Spur
Northern Spur
1 year ago

Just looked at Chelsea’s last 10 games and they will most likely stroll through to a CL spot; maybe even 2nd. Their toughest games are against City (A) and Leicester (H) and..ahem!..West Ham and Arsenal.

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago
Reply to  Northern Spur

Only spent 350 million to get there.

89Spurs 👁
89Spurs 👁
1 year ago

Goal for Chelscum.

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago

Pretty monster ratings for the Harry and Meghan show. Not a surprise, really. There’s always been a fascination with the Royals over here.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago

On balance I think it’s good to have royalty and have a King or Queen, its part of our tradition and heritage which a lot of countries would love to have. I’m not a royalist as such though as there are way too many hangers on.

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago

I don’t think many in the US would want a royal family but the pomp and circumstance of royal traditions are pretty interesting. Now that I think about it, on my trip over there we spent a lot of tourist time on the Royal stuff. Seeing the Palace, Tower of London, changing of the Household Cavalry and the like.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago

Yep, brings in a lot of tourist wonga.

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago

When I was living in England I can’t remember anyone who gave two shits about the royal family,Living in Ireland is totally different,they know more about them and begrudging seem to care,very strange indeed.

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Paleo

Middle aged women who read the Daily Mail. Worked with quite a few who fawn over the royals. One who had an annual week staying at the Rubens Hotel behind Buckingham Palace just to get her fix of royal watching.

merrance
merrance
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

royalty does tend to attract perverts

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago

Doherty backs himself to get better, which is the proper attitude:

“I haven’t been playing that well so far but, hopefully, I can turn that around. My form has not been the best, so it has been a tough start but, obviously, I want to turn it around as soon as possible. “There are things I need to improve on and things I need to adapt to. It’s been an indifferent start for me personally but, there is a lot more to come.”

I thought he played much better yesterday, so let’s hope that continues.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

I’m hoping he comes good too.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Just watching Sky news and Beff Rigby is back from her 3 month holiday on full pay.
No doubt Kay Burley will also be returning in another 3 months.
Shouldn’t be surprised I suppose bearing in mind they continued to employ Carragher after his spitting incident.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Who is Beff Rigby?

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Beth to her friends.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Have only recently watched a bit of Sky News as I’m getting a bit tired of the BBC breakfast with all the personal stories. Is there are story about Beth?

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

She and a Sky presenter, Kay Burley took great pleasure in rubbishing the Government at every opportunity over covid and were heavily involved in numerous ” gotcha” moments.
Imagine the surprise when they were caught breaking lockdown rules when celebrating Burleys 60th birthday in a group at restaurants in Central London, just before xmas.
Rigby has just come back from a 3 month ban, Burley is halfway through her 6 month ban.
Both on full pay throughout, apparently.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Ahh, I’m obliged. Wasn’t aware.

MiT
MiT
1 year ago

I like what I am seeing in Bale. He really appears to have turned some sort of corner. I am not talking about the goals necessarily. I am talking about the foot skills, the swivels, the touch. It’s like he has his knees and ankles back.

Perhaps he can be the galvanising factor in the rest of these lads who still seem to have a stigma over them as far as consistency.

Or perhaps I am grasping at anything I can to try to get a little bit of faith back in these guys.

COYS.

Last edited 1 year ago by MiT
DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago
Reply to  MiT

Yes, must admit I had just about given up on him, if he stays fit till the end of the season he can have a huge positive impact on our season.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  MiT

Initial pleasure of seeing him return turned to disappointment quite quickly and if I’m honest I couldn’t see it working out. Now he seems reborn and he’s one of the few that gets the heart beating a bit quicker when he’s in possession. Just hope it continues as long as possible.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

His direct running into good areas and his vision plus the ability to pick a good pass means it’s double trouble for defenders already trying to cope with Kane.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

Kane is pretty unique at the moment. Can’t think of another top scorer in the world who can also play the 10 role as good as him. There’s as good as him in putting the ball in the net but not combined with his talent to create.

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

Me mams property has finally sold, so by the end of the month I shall be homeless..
Fookin luvvit!

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkenschlag!

Chauvs got a green refuse bin going cheap!

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Be quick, already had some interest!

1615220522786.jpg
SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkenschlag!

Mancave available at mates rates, Cas. Nice Woodburner but no sewerage or water. Just £10k/month. Cheap at half the price.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

My green waste collection licence has risen up from £35 to £44 this year. That’s a 25% increase which seems steep. How much is it in other areas?

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

Forty quid in Toonville. No increase but they changed it to a calendar year charge from this year rather than from June to May.

Northern Spur
Northern Spur
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

Nothing where I live, providing you conceal it well in the general waste wheelie bin.

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Northern Spur

Noted.

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Northern Spur

No refuse collection at all? Crikey!

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

55 of your English pounds for me.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Wow. And just for a window box too.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

I live in one of the most efficient local authorities dealing with waste.

Separate garden waste bin collected bi-weekly along with the recycling bin.

Food waste collected weekly going to an anaerobic digeastor to produce power and minimal non-recyclates collected every other week.

All included in Council Tax.

There again, I did have a big say in local authority funding whilst in DEFRA!

We gave over £350m to local authorities…but the govt of the day insisted that they chose which system they should have rather than make a uniform system for the country.

We now have a free-for-all with different systems all over the bloody place!

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

Food waste also goes to an anaerobic digester. Green waste is a problem with a round trip to the recycle centre of 18 miles to take it yourself.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago

Have finished watching “Sontastic” on Amazon…

You wouldn’t believe what Son puts up with from his father.

TCY
TCY
1 year ago

Shocking Oprah interview of much abused MM and her not very bright hubbie. Are the comments Downscreen representative of the GB populous? Just want to know.

BTW what did this lot think of Last Tango in Halifax? Mrs. TCY and I are finishing up watching it and have liked it a good bit. We spent a very happy week in the Yorkshire Dales a few years back and would love to go back. Lots of sexual diversity there it seems though encountered none at all on our trip. How’s that?

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  TCY

You really need to ask Harts about that…I’m sure he’ll have a suitable reply!

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

I used to play cricket in the Dales Council League…for New Farnley.

Nowt going on there – ‘cept we used to use the Commercial pub in Esholt for post match drinks…the pub that appears on Emmerdale.

Sexual Diversity bla tat.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  TCY

As mentioned below Cincy, have no interest in MM, Harry, Royals etc so can’t help with what the populace think. I do find it strange though that a part of the populace seems to get so enraged by it all. Suspect that some of those will be rascists, whether overt or secretly, but as to how many really don’t know. Sadly a lot of the British tabloid press play to that audience as it sells papers so maybe that’s an indication.
Haven’t watched Last Tango but I know someone who would give an opinion as to its veracity if he watched it and that’s Harts as its his neck of the woods.

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  TCY

We’ve heard one side of the story. I suggest that is borne in mind before making any conclusions about the accusations thrown about in that interview.

Last edited 1 year ago by Chauveljn
SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

My mind is as open as the Mongolian Steppes, Chauv. One problem though, I really don’t give a sh*t.

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

I dispensed my last offering this morning, therefor I have no more 💩 to give.
If the situation changes I will make sure to inform the relevant authorities at the earliest possible opportunity…

Chauveljn
1 year ago

I saw that Roy Keane couldn’t even congratulate Rangers on a first title in 10 years. He really is a miserably biased dog in a manger.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Very surprised and pleased with Mouras performance yesterday, didn’t think he would be much use in that position, happy to admit I was wrong.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago

Still waiting for our kitchen to be completed.

No dishwasher, cooker, sink or hob yet. Getting sick of take-aways and microwave meals.

Third week now.

Cas – I have plenty of washing up!

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

Why the delays?

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Re-wiring and plumbing…

And a fitter who doesn’t start until 09:30!

Fulham supporter.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

So he was probably pissed yesterday after beating ‘Pooh!

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

Some of these contractors are a law unto themselves.
We had a plumber who would turn up at 8.30, then disappear for an hour to buy materials for the job, after an hours work he was off again for breakfast by the time he got back it was almost lunchtime!
Seldom worked beyond 4 pm, and the day was punctuated with ciggy breaks.
Nice work if you can get it!

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

Son has just had his extension finished. Just the bare shell, a 10 week job that ended up as 26 weeks. No huge problems other than they flooded the house once, although seemed like a Grand Designs episode at times. Now need to get an IKEA kitchen fitted in (cue for his Dad’s help). It never ends :-).

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

From my experience and that of friends, it seems like these builders are running several jobs at a time and spread themselves too thinly.
So at the start of your job they are there every day but as the work progresses they spend less time there, probably because they have started other jobs and are trying to keep their new clients happy.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

A lot of the problems steamed from the guy running the job. They had a different one spec the job and provide the quote. Seemed really in the ball and said he would run it. Turned out his uncle was then given the job who was a bit of a bozo. Communications bad and constant reminders to do stuff. The companies reviews on Google were excellent, all 5 stars, so another question mark against the reliability of Internet reviews. Quality of work overall is good as far as I can tell though which is the main thing.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Yes, very frustrating and annoying at the time but you will get there in the end.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Bit of a deadline though as they’re expecting their first baby (our first grandchild! 😁) in July. So new kitchen to install and a few bedrooms and a lounge to decorate before hand. I think I’ll be spending most of their time over there! They’re still staying with us atm, prob until the basic kitchen is in place.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Great news regarding first grandchild, congratulations.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Thanks David, excited but as you’ve mentioned before, something else to worry about 😏

Northern Spur
Northern Spur
1 year ago

You’d think Son or any other Spurs player would receive a better service from contractors.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  Northern Spur

🤣

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Northern Spur

Imagine what Dele would have got! 😂

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago

Eleven PL games to play…

Not too different to our position at re-start last season.

Two points behind Chelscum.

We can still get top 4.

I’m nearly forgiving JM following recent performances and results…

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Watched the highlights on match of the day, the passing and movement in the build up to Kanes first goal were excellent.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Slick moves throughout the game!

Enjoyable.

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago

Morning peeps, good win yesterday. Got woken at 7.01am by my BBC news app which gives the loud drumming ‘news’ sound to advise something important. Never had it at that time in the morning before. Initial thoughts were impending doom as a comet was about to hit. Didn’t realise it was going to be something far more serious. A selection of Megan’s thoughts from her interview with Oprah… 😒

89Spurs 👁
89Spurs 👁
1 year ago

I bet that you were really deflated, still you can always give her a ring, she needs all the help that she can get. Those Royals are such a horrible bunch, living on the poverty line!
I’ll keep my opinion of Megan’s demeanour/ or lack of feeling from HRH, what does she expect? My honest opinion is that I couldn’t give a toss !!

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago
Reply to  89Spurs 👁

Keeps Nicholas Wichell in a job…

Cannot stand him.

I’m not giving out any tosses either!

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  89Spurs 👁

Same hear 89, I really don’t give a toss. Really not something I care to spend too much (any) time on pondering the problems within their realm. My only thought is that the tabloid press need to really consider why they feel the need to spend their millions on going after people whether they be famous or not if they’ve not broken the law. Don’t think I’ll hold my breath on that one.

Matt
Matt
1 year ago

I’d not wish unhappiness on anyone. But have they noticed there’s a pandemic and most people are worried about loved ones (or have lost them) and keeping their jobs. Or educating their kids at home. And a lot of those people don’t live in palatial surroundings. I guess “unhappiness “ is relative…

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago
Reply to  Matt

I had no opinions on Meghan until a couple of years ago, when she was being interviewed in Africa and in the background you could see poor local kids who had very little.
The camera zoomed in on her and the interviewer asked how she was feeling. Cue sad face and after a pause, she said something along the lines of how difficult her life was. Wow!

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Megan has problems with the Royal family? She has problems with her OWN family. I wonder what the common factor is? Megan.

She doesn’t like the media? Except when she’s selling her story to them…
Big interview with the Queen of US TV. How fortunate Oprah was invited to the Royal wedding. I’m not saying Megan was playing the long game and preparing for this day, but if I was a cynic… 🤔

Feel sorry for Harry, he’s not the sharpest tool in the box and now she’s burning his bridges on his behalf. Enjoy being Mr Megan.

Last edited 1 year ago by Chauveljn
SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

I don’t dislike Megan and I don’t dislike Harry. I don’t dislike the Royal family (OK Prince Andrew excepted). The reason is I just don’t care about them enough to be bothered. Far too much else going on in the world.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Agree, far more important things out there. But who is it making a spectacle of her poor sad little life and soaking up the publicity? Meghan. Self centred or what?

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

Is she? Well I’ll have to take your word for that. Only thought I might offer is that if your reputation is being constantly ripped to shreds with lie after lie then maybe you’d fancy a dig back occasionally.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

In the PL Son has as many goals as Mane and Firmino combined and one more assist! 
Kane is one goal behind Salah in the race for the Golden Boot.

Last edited 1 year ago by Chauveljn
Matt
Matt
1 year ago

While Bale and Son were superb that was all about Kane. That piece of wing play from Kane for the first was brilliant. There is literally nothing he can’t do. I suspect he’s probably the best ‘keeper in the squad when he fancies.

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Matt

Stick a broom up his ass and he’ll sweep up behind him.

I think with NDombele rested Kane was asked to be a central midfielder today. He was everywhere.

Matt
Matt
1 year ago

That was a great piece of commentary on VAR check of Kane’s second “…looking to see if they can disallow a beautiful goal with a miserable piece of geometry…”. I like that.

MiT
MiT
1 year ago
Reply to  Matt

I do as well– Nice to be able to praise a piece of commentary for once !

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Here’s a thing:

Pochettino’s high pressing team fell apart after five hard seasons.
Klopp’s gegenpress team is falling apart in the fifth hard season.

Life cycles?

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Waiting for Danny Murphy to sell Kane again tonight. Maybe he’ll suggest a price tag this time?

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

No, not this time. He’s rowed back a little and thinks there might still be life in N17.

Matt
Matt
1 year ago

City’s problems up front worry me. Wonder who’s going to be top of Peps wish list….

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago
Reply to  Matt

Haaland. Less money, longer shelf life.

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago

OK, well played, Jose:

“If the stats I was given are correct – 100 goals scored in the season, which for a very defensive team, a very negative team, is not bad.”

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago

Kane’s second goal of the evening was Tottenham’s 100th goal in all competitions this season, becoming the second club in Europe’s big-five leagues to reach that tally in 2020-21, after Bayern Munich (106).

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Poor old Dier.
Our last four league wins, he’s not played.
His last four league games, were all defeats.

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

The odds of me watching MoTD have shortened considerably.

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkenschlag!

I thought you’d be more of a Quests EFL highlights show man

Chauveljn
1 year ago

We’re still to play Everton, Untied and Leicester (last match).

What larks.

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago

Kane’s worldy was our 100th goal of the season.

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago

This post match conversation is wank,lucky I just nick sky of the internet,I couldn’t pay for that pile of shite,yernowotimsayin

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago

Fakinel.next they’ii be trying to work out Bales favourite fucking colour

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Paleo

Red.

1615153722415.jpg
Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

Or green….

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

I spy some lilywhite, isn’t it.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Final answer.

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago

Souness now knows exactly how Bale thinks 🤔🙄

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Is he pissed ?

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

…off.

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

It’s magic you know
My carrot and orange cake’oh 🎵

mystic arnold
mystic arnold
1 year ago

Just waiting for operation sell Kane to kick off

SeattleSpursGuy
SeattleSpursGuy
1 year ago
Reply to  mystic arnold

I don’t think that’s ever ended.

Last edited 1 year ago by SeattleSpursGuy
61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago

Keane’s looking like George Best tonight.

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Pissed and inarticulate?

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Chauveljn

Those are the good points.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

That was a brave header from Bale for his goal, could gave got clattered by their defender

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

The bun wooda protected him.

mystic arnold
mystic arnold
1 year ago

Sourness slagging of Bale because rotton old Spurs did nt lose and are above his beloved pool

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago
Reply to  mystic arnold

Hes embarassing! Keane isn’t much better, time they both got pensioned off.

Northern Spur
Northern Spur
1 year ago

I’m liking Lamela these days as an impact sub. Pity all those wasted years!

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago

Fuckinell, we won 4-1 and they’re putting a downer on it. What gives!

Last edited 1 year ago by 61 Spurs Nut
DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Unbelievable!

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

.. Jeff!!!

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago

Micah is smarter.

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

And he’s knot a bigot.

61 Spurs Njut 🌰
Admin
1 year ago

Oi, Graeme, Bale is humble, deal with it!

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

What a plonker Souness is.

mystic arnold
mystic arnold
1 year ago

Sourness has NO idea what that means

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

Souness, the racially ethically challenged one.

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago

The commentators nearly got through that game without mentioning the wet spam fiasco

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  Paleo

More than twice.

DAVID
DAVID
1 year ago

Waiting for the views of Souness and Keane, sure they will be delighted.

Chauveljn
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Especially Graeme as Liverpool drop to 8th.

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago
Reply to  DAVID

Keane was a Tottenham as a boy and I do detect a soft spot for us from extache

Northern Spur
Northern Spur
1 year ago
Reply to  Paleo

Souness too.

Paleo
Paleo
1 year ago

Well played JM

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

Paleo musta remembered which one of his many toilets is for home games, and which one is for away games.

Jan Vertiginous
Jan Vertiginous
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkenschlag!

No dirty crockery chez la maison funkenschlag?

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

I only partake in crockery cleansing activities when we’re 💩

Chauveljn
1 year ago

Well done lads. Three wins which were expected but never easy.

Bruxie
Bruxie
1 year ago

Cheers folks…G’night!

Jan Vertiginous
Jan Vertiginous
1 year ago
Reply to  Bruxie

Night Brux

SpurAndy🍒🥧
Admin
1 year ago

Looked like ET on the bench. Think it was NDomb.

Funkenschlag!
Admin
1 year ago

Was he trying to phone home?

492
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
%d bloggers like this: