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    Post by vis on Wed Sep 11 2013, 08:08

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    Post by Guest on Wed Sep 11 2013, 09:39

    crook culverhouse i used to always get them in my football sticker album lol


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    Post by BazSpur on Wed Sep 11 2013, 22:15

    This is really a must win match. I know it's early in the season to be talking about must win matches but we need to win this to get us back on track early and we must win it well to spread confidence through the team.


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    Post by vis on Thu Sep 12 2013, 05:05

    1-0, Soldado penalty? I'd take that Baz but I hope for a more convincing score-line in this game . . . . .


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    Post by Guest on Fri Sep 13 2013, 02:05

    SPURS VS NORWICH TEAM NEWS

    AVB: “Gylfi had a dead leg, although he did the beginning of training today (Thursday).

    “Erik Lamela arrived back (from Argentina’s match in Paraguay) this morning, but most of the players are fit and looking good. We are ready to go into the game.”

    Aaron Lennon (foot) and Etienne Capoue (ankle) remain sidelined.

    ade is out
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    Post by vis on Fri Sep 13 2013, 05:31

    ade out? LOL no surprise Lought. Hmmm I reckon LlamaLlama will be a sub then. Hopefully Eriksen will start . . . .


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    Post by shearspur on Sat Sep 14 2013, 10:34

    im going to this one so first this season, hope errikson is playing want to see him and maybe lamella. should be convincing win . coys . let you all know tomo what was like
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    Post by vis on Sat Sep 14 2013, 23:48

    TEAM NEWS

    Tottenham's new signings Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela may make their first starts for the club.

    Emmanuel Adebayor, Etienne Capoue and Aaron Lennon are out and Vlad Chiriches is unavailable as Spurs are yet to get a work permit for him.

    Norwich's Gary Hooper could make the bench after a shin injury delayed his debut after his move from Celtic.

    Ryan Bennett is fit again after needing stitches in his left knee, but Elliott Bennett is a long-term absentee.
    MATCH PREVIEW

    After the international break, the Premier League returns in earnest and I'm very much looking forward to this clash at White Hart Lane.

    Although generally their away form has been very poor, Norwich have an excellent recent record at Tottenham and have picked up four points from their last two visits there.

    So it's a ground they approach with no fear under manager Chris Hughton, himself of course a Spurs legend, and I thought they looked very impressive in their last outing against Southampton in which their new summer acquisitions shone.

    It was an unprecedented summer of spending by the Canaries with the likes of Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Leroy Fer arriving, but it was of course dwarfed by Tottenham's extraordinary transfer activity.

    FACTS

    Head-to-head

    Norwich were undefeated in all three matches they played against Tottenham last season. They drew 1-1 in both league games and beat Spurs 2-1 in the League Cup fourth round - their first win against Tottenham at Carrow Road since 1991.
    The Canaries have a good recent record at White Hart Lane. As well as last season's draw they won 2-1 there in the 2011-12 season - and have lost just two of six Premier League visits to the Lilywhites.
    Only against Manchester United (nine) and Liverpool (eight) have Norwich lost more games in Premier League history than against Tottenham (six).
    This is their 62nd meeting in all competitions. Tottenham have won 26, Norwich 19 and there have been 16 draws.

    Tottenham

    Tottenham's defeat to Arsenal was their first loss since losing to Fulham back in March - 10 matches ago.
    They have won 10 of their last 14 home games in the Premier League, losing just one (D3).
    Going into the weekend, only Everton have had more shots than Tottenham's 42 this season but they have still not yet scored from open play. Brazilian midfielder Paulinho has had 11 of those shots, which is more than any other player without scoring.
    After three matches, they are yet to be caught offside once.
    Departed star Gareth Bale had a hand in 38% of Tottenham's goals last season (25 of 66; scoring 21 and assisting four).

    Norwich

    Norwich may have lost only one of 11 Premier League games at Carrow Road in 2013, but they have won just one of their 10 away matches this year (v Man City).
    Nathan Redmond has dribbled past more players (13) than any other top-flight player this season.
    Another new signing, Leroy Fer, continued his strong start at the club and made eight of Norwich's 29 tackles against Southampton in their last match.
    Ricky van Wolfswinkel has committed more fouls (10) than any other player this season in the Premier League.


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    Post by vis on Sun Sep 15 2013, 01:00

    http://www.stadium-live.com/Channel9.html


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    Post by Guest on Sun Sep 15 2013, 01:02

    http://www.stadium-live.com/Channel9.html
    wtf ray houghton doing comentaton on our game. cant stand him on talksport
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    Post by vis on Sun Sep 15 2013, 01:47

    1st half all Spurs. Fantastic goal. Should have had more and hope to see them 2nd half . . . .


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    Post by vis on Sun Sep 15 2013, 01:48

    http://cricfree.tv/live-tennis-streaming-ch3.php

    Not a bad stream . . . . .


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    Post by Guest on Sun Sep 15 2013, 02:01

    http://nutjob.eu/njtvx11.html really good link

    its all spurs . ericson looking good.

    danny rose is having a good game. just wish andros would pass more.

    great finnish from siggy.

    lets get the second goal early
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    Post by Guest on Sun Sep 15 2013, 02:07

    that will do and arsneal just let in a goal
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    Post by vis on Sun Sep 15 2013, 03:00

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    A goal in each half from Gylfi Sigurdsson gave Tottenham victory over Norwich City at White Hart Lane and joint top spot in the Premier League.

    Andre Villas-Boas handed a debut to new signing Christian Eriksen and the Dane created Tottenham's first goal, with Sigurdsson applying the finish.

    The Iceland international converted a Paulinho cross for his second and was denied a hat-trick by John Ruddy.

    Andros Townsend almost scored a third but was also denied by Ruddy.

    More to follow.


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    Post by vis on Sun Sep 15 2013, 03:12

    Good win. 2 very nice goals. Rarely troubled by Norwich. Clean sheet. Mustn't grumble . . . . .


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    Post by Guest on Sun Sep 15 2013, 05:37

    lloris 5 nothing to do but low score because of hes late punch outside the box that could of been a red
    walker 7 good going forward. nothing much to defend
    dawson 6 a slip that should of led to a goal
    verts 7 solid
    rose 9 man of the match. he was everywhere
    dembelle. 7 he was okay.
    ericsson 8 what we been missing. someone to link up play with some vison. nice touch for the first goal.
    paullino 7 decent game. this guy will score goals
    siggy 8 great game almost got a hat trick. should keep hes place next prem game.
    towsend 7 needs to learn when to pass
    soldado6 1 chance and he nearly scored.

    great performance for 60 mins then we took our foot of the gas. why do we do that.
    norwich are the poorest team i seen in a long time at the lane. they offerd nothing but long high balls.

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    Post by shearspur on Sun Sep 15 2013, 05:45

    easy win tbh. eriksen pretty good debut. townsend was excellent and danny rose very good. team seems to be gelling nicely now. all seem to be fighting more when we do get in trouble. rose put himself in the way of a certain Norwich goal , great defending from him. only one im worried about is dembele, he seems lost at the moment and I thought he slowed down our play when he received the ball. atmosphere was good first half but fizzled out a bit second half. Norwich didn't help it by not singing hardly at all. mind you they had nothing much to get fired up about. biggest cheer went up when sunderland equalised lol. coys.
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    Post by Guest on Sun Sep 15 2013, 05:54

    opps it was verts who slipped not dawson lol
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    Post by vis on Sun Sep 15 2013, 06:02

    Thanx for the "live" update Shear. Rep for ya mate . . . .


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    Post by BazSpur on Sun Sep 15 2013, 06:43

    Yep, good win for us because as I said we needed to win this to get us back on track. Didn't see the game but looking forward to seeing it on MOTD tonight. By all accounts we played very well.


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    Post by shearspur on Sun Sep 15 2013, 07:05

    we did baz but Norwich were pretty toothless, still a wins a win. watch soldados cheeky back heel from an acute angle , hit the post but if that had gone in it would be all over the papers tomorrow. he gets in some great positions but we didn't seem to find him. rose for me was best player today. see what you guys think later
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    Post by Guest on Sun Sep 15 2013, 07:58

    yep i gave rose man of the match aswell

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