What a day to be a Spurs fan

After our disappointing FA Cup Semi Final exit at the hands of Portsmouth, I don’t think anyone could have predicted that Tottenham would bounce back in such dramatic fashion. With our run of fixtures, I honestly thought a top 4 finish was very unlikely, but after two incredible victories, Spurs are now favourites to take the last Champions League spot.

Being the pessimist that I am, I’m still expecting something to go wrong somewhere! Obviously the big one looks to be on May 5th at the City of Manchester Stadium but I think Bolton at home in two Saturday’s time could be key. The best I can see us getting at Old Trafford this weekend is a draw, and even that is unlikely. Man City go to Arsenal for Saturday’s late kick off in a match where we need a favour from the Gunners. I know a number of their supporters would rather lose than help Spurs out, but Wenger will be seething after losing to both Tottenham and especially Wigan, and will expect a serious reaction from his players.

All credit to Harry Redknapp. While opposition supporters continue to knock our gaffer, their can be no denying his ability as a manager. We are now just a point away from our best ever Premier League total and it is no small coincidence that Redknapp achieved the same feat with both West Ham and Portsmouth. Maybe he owed Pompey one and maybe we were never destined to reach this year’s FA Cup Final. However, maybe we are destined to upset the Liverpool’s and Man City’s of the world instead.

If we are going to finally achieve reach the Holy Grail of Europe’s elite competition, I don’t think we will ever get a better opportunity than we have now. Man City are likely to be even better next season, improve year on year and keep spending year on year until they find success. I also can’t see Liverpool’s decline continuing beyond next season. This is our chance, the majority of our squad are ready for the next step and they way they have performed this week tell me they could cope with the top teams from around the globe.

The way we knocked the ball around and completely dominated Chelsea was a pleasure to watch. If we can take that new found confidence into the game against Manchester Utd, who knows what might happen.

9 thoughts on “What a day to be a Spurs fan”

  1. This game could be amazing.

    The way Redknapp is talking, I think he’ll direct the players to just go for it.

    After winning the last two we can go up there without any fear.

    Can’t come quick enough for me.

  2. If spurs do not finish 4th will this piss hole of a blog go quiet again like it has been for ages?

  3. If spurs fans want to relieve the glory days… visit David Ginola at PC World in Tottenham Hale Retail Park on 29th May, 2010.

    From 2pm he will be meeting and chatting to fans as well as signing autographs.

    For those who want to meet the legend and even be in with a chance of winning €1000 in a ‘spot the ball’ challenge against Ginola visit: http://www.rememberkingston.com/ginola

  4. Hi this is Louise Westpfel. Just like to tell my husband Phil Westpfel that I have been cheating on you and I dont love you anymore. Even though we have the twins your disgusting issues with your blood turns my stomach and i have been shagging about behind your back and i hate you with a passion. Even though im also a fat ugly person i love sleeping with as many men as possible. Sod Charlton thy are awful COYS

  5. The draw for the Champs League final qualifier is taking place on August 6th and it’s going to be the most important day in our 2010-2011 season. As long as we avoid any of the “big” sides we can look forwards to a memorable year ahead. COYS!!

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