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Month: February 2009

It’s a good job we only need 4 more wins Harry

It’s a good job we only need 4 more wins Harry

I was having a look at our remaining fixtures last night and if I’m honest, I can only see 5 games we have much chance of winning, those games in bold below. Wednesday, 04 March 2009Tottenham v Middlesbrough Saturday, 07 March 2009Sunderland v Tottenham Sunday, 15 March 2009Aston Villa v Tottenham Saturday, 21 March 2009Tottenham v Chelsea Saturday, 04 April 2009Blackburn v Tottenham Saturday, 11 April 2009Tottenham v West Ham Saturday, 18 April 2009Tottenham v Newcastle Saturday, 25 April 2009Man…

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Hull v Tottenham – Pain Preview

Hull v Tottenham – Pain Preview

Team NewsRobbie Keane, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Vedran Corluka are all back after being cup-tied against Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Cup. Hull have Ian Ashbee, Daniel Cousin, Caleb Folan and Anthony Gardner back in contention but Craig Fagan is out with a knee injury. Current FormSpurs have only won 1 of the last 9 league games and have not picked up a point away from home since beating West Ham on December 8th. Hull haven’t won in their last 9…

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Harry’s dark side

Harry’s dark side

I’ve been struggling for things to write about since the close of the transfer window coupled with the fact we haven’t played a game for what seems like ages (in reality, it’s only 8 days). I stumbled across an interview with David James and there was a little bit regarding Harry Redknapp that I thought was quite interesting; “We’ve got only 14 games to save ourselves and need strong management. “It is a strong-minded team here but all players need…

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Did anyone see Wigan on Saturday?

Did anyone see Wigan on Saturday?

Those boys are immense. If our players showed 50% of their heart and desire, we’d probably be in the title race! Figueroa was inspirational throwing his body in the way of anything and everything. Compare that to David Bentley attempting to body pop on the goal line when all he needed to do was stand on the post. It looks highly likely that Robbie Keane is going to be a Spurs player again by 5pm this afternoon. I was hoping…

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