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    League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 28 2013, 07:27

     Versus

    At





    Wednesday 30th October 2013.
    Kick-Off @ 1945hrs GMT.


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 28 2013, 07:31

    Déjà vu, from French, literally "already seen", is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced has been experienced in the past, whether it has actually happened or not.

    The psychologist Edward B. Titchener in his book 1928 A Textbook of Psychology, explained déjà vu as caused by a person having a brief glimpse of an object or situation, before the brain has completed "constructing" a full conscious perception of the experience. Such a "partial perception" then results in a false sense of familiarity. Scientific approaches reject the explanation of déjà vu as "precognition" or "prophecy", but rather explain it as an anomaly of memory, which creates a distinct impression that an experience is "being recalled". This explanation is supported by the fact that the sense of "recollection" at the time is strong in most cases, but that the circumstances of the "previous" experience (when, where, and how the earlier experience occurred) are uncertain or believed to be impossible.

    As time passes, subjects may exhibit a strong recollection of having the "unsettling" experience of déjà vu itself, but little or no recollection of the specifics of the event(s) or circumstance(s) which were the subject of the déjà vu experience itself (the events that were being "remembered"). This may result from an "overlap" between the neurological systems responsible for short-term memory and those responsible for long-term memory, resulting in (memories of) recent events erroneously being perceived as being in the more distant past. One theory is the events are stored into memory before the conscious part of the brain even receives the information and processes it. However, this explanation has been criticized that the brain would not be able to store information without a sensory input first. Another theory suggests the brain may process sensory input (perhaps all sensory input) as a "memory-in-progress", and that therefore during the event itself one believes it to be a past memory. In a survey, Brown had concluded that approximately two-thirds of the population have had déjà vu experiences.







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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 28 2013, 07:34

    Mousa Dembele thinks . . . . . .



    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Mon Oct 28 2013, 07:35

    bloody hell vis not so soon ............. trying still get over today......... Rolling Eyes 

    lets see if we learnt out after today

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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Mon Oct 28 2013, 07:53

    brad
    naught kaboul chirchs verts

    lennon sandro erkison siggy

    ade defoe
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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 28 2013, 07:53

    LOL LLR I have to get them up when I get chance and this evening was that chance . . . . .

    Get 


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Mon Oct 28 2013, 08:02

    let you off then.............lol

    brad in net . naughton lb fryers rb dawson cb vlad cb
    lamela left wing chadli right wing defoe up front gyfi and holtby dembele.

    rest verts paulinho townsend for everton.

    being the carling cup.

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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 28 2013, 08:05

    Is Fryers fit after Europa injury? If so I would play him. I like the look of him so far . . . . .


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Mon Oct 28 2013, 08:05

    forgot about chadi lol siggy not played in a while so he will def get some game time
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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Mon Oct 28 2013, 08:08

    If all fit then
                 

    Friedel
    Fryers Naughton Chirces Walker
             Dembele Sandro
              Lennon  Chadli
                    Siggy
                   Adabadbigtoe . . . . . .


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Wed Oct 30 2013, 09:35

    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by totalytot on Thu Oct 31 2013, 02:58


    Give as many as you can a rest for Everton which will be very difficult.


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    Naughton Dawson Fryers Vlad

    Lennon Lamela Siggy Chadli


    Defoe Kane


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Thu Oct 31 2013, 04:09

    ding ding rd 2 are we going lenient on them as it will be a second string or do you expect to play better no matter what ?
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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Thu Oct 31 2013, 04:13

    Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas is set to rotate his side meaning club-record signing Erik Lamela is likely to start.

    Danny Rose and Younes Kaboul are not yet fit enough to return.

    Hull boss Steve Bruce is still without the injured first-team regulars that were absent for the league defeat to Spurs on Sunday.

    Jake Livermore is again ineligible to face his parent club due to the terms of his loan deal.
    MATCH PREVIEW

    Tottenham and Hull lock horns again just days after Spurs narrowly beat the Tigers 1-0 at White Lane Hart in a game that was short on excitement, but full of interest post-match thanks to the comments of Andre Villas-Boas.

    The Spurs manager hit out at the club's supporters saying that they created a "very difficult atmosphere" that was "very tense, very negative" for his players. It will be interesting to see how those fans react during Wednesday's re-match that could again be a very tight encounter, with goals at a premium.

    Hull again proved they are very hard side to break down and they have conceded just 10 goals in nine matches on their return to the top flight.

    Given that Spurs have scored just nine in nine, the Tottenham natives may well be in for another night that is not conducive to creating the cacophony that AVB requires.
    MATCH FACTS
    Head-to-head

    This is their first meeting in the League Cup.
    Hull have only won once at White Hart Lane - a 1-0 victory in their first-ever season in the Premier League in October 2008.

    Tottenham

    Spurs have not lost in 90 minutes at home in the League Cup since losing 3-1 to Birmingham City in October 2000 - a run of 18 matches.
    Before beating Aston Villa in the last round, Tottenham were knocked out in their preceding four League Cup matches against top-flight opposition.
    They have won the competition four times in 1971, 1973 , 1999 and 2008.

    Hull City

    Hull have reached the fourth round of the League Cup for the first time since 1977-78, when they lost 5-1 at Arsenal.
    The Tigers have been eliminated on six of the last seven occasions that they have faced Premier League opposition in this competition.
    That win came at Wigan Athletic in August 2008, the only occasion they have won over 90 minutes away from home against top flight opposition in 20 League Cup matches.



    "I'm extremely happy with the crowd normally. Sometimes at home it is difficult and it looks like it drags the ball into our goal rather than our opponent's goal”

    Tottenham boss Andre Villas Boas


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Thu Oct 31 2013, 05:49

    FACT! Tottenham have not lost in 90 minutes at home in the League Cup since losing 3-1 to Birmingham in October 2000, a run of 18 matches.

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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Thu Oct 31 2013, 05:54

    Tonight's team to face Hull City in the Capital One Cup:

    Friedel; Walker, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Naughton; Paulinho, Lamela, Dembele; Sigurdsson, Eriksen; Defoe.

    Our subs: Lloris, Chiriches, Holtby, Capoue, Chadli, Kane, Bentaleb

    think thats the end for ade
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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:19

    BREAKING TEAM NEWS - Tottenham v Hull (1945 GMT)

    Spurs make eight changes from the side which beat Hull 1-0 on Sunday. Hull make five changes.

    Tottenham XI: Friedel; Walker, Kaboul, Vertonghten, Naughton; Paulinho, Lamela, Dembele; Sigurdsson, Eriksen; Defoe

    Hull XI: Jakupovic, Rosenior, Bruce, Davies, Meyler, Graham, Koren, McShane, Boyd, Elmohamady, Quinn.


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:34

    This link reckons it's a English commentary but no promises lol . . . . .

    http://nutjob.eu/gurutv1.html


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:41

    http://nutjob.eu/njtvx30.html

    think it mite be the same one

    not much else about so hope these work

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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Boltjean on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:44

    Don't know if it's just me but I can't see where the goals are going to come from. No Soldado or Ade. I can not understand how AVB had Ade on the bench v Sherrif last week but does not give him a run out against Hull. This will be a tougher game than Saturdays, probably the only trophy Hull stand a chance of winning so they will go all out for this one.

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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:47

    mine not in english but its working

    couldnt get the other link to load
    ill have another look at half time
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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by vis on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:47

    http://hqsport.tv/channel_1.php

    This one is English . . . . .


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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:50

    how did he miss that. we should be 1 down

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    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by Guest on Thu Oct 31 2013, 06:57

    see what i mean about dembele. goes past players then had chance to put defoe through but hang on to it to long

    Re: League Cup 4th Round Home Vs Hull City Tigers

    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Thu Oct 31 2013, 07:01

    lought it was offside relax . save the report till halftime.

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