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    Post by vis on Fri Nov 01 2013, 07:36

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    Post by BazSpur on Fri Nov 01 2013, 08:19

    Tough, tough game this one. But at least they will attack us instead of parking the bus.


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    And Tottenham, so close to my heart, is still to me the greatest club." - Bill Nicholson

    'Hoddle a luxury? It's the bad players who are a luxury.'

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    Post by vis on Fri Nov 01 2013, 08:44

    Could be a goal fest and it's a tough test the team need right now to see what development is being acheived. Mind you I would take 0-1 Soldado penalty lmao  . . . . .


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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 01 2013, 08:57

    yep baz. everton play better football now.
    im worried about dawson facin lakaku lol

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    Post by BazSpur on Fri Nov 01 2013, 09:08

    Maybe Kapoue will be back in the defence. I think we have missed him a lot.


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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 01 2013, 09:46

    i would play kaboul. he had 120 mins last night

    lloris
    walker kaobul chrich verts
    towsend sandro paullino siggy
    erikson/holtby
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    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Sat Nov 02 2013, 06:56

    dont need be brain surgeon to know avb will go with dawson . and do dodgey subs again.
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    Post by Guest on Mon Nov 04 2013, 03:34

    would of took a draw before the game started but we was the better team first half.

    lloris 9
    dawson 8
    chirches 8
    walker 7
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    sandro 9
    paullino 8
    lennon 6
    towsend 6
    holtby 5
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    Post by BazSpur on Mon Nov 04 2013, 04:46

    Holtby 5? He ran the midfield in the first half.


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    Post by Guest on Mon Nov 04 2013, 05:48

    but he was playing the number 10 role and only played 1 good through ball.

    was lost second half
    thats hes 3rd start now.
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    Post by vis on Mon Nov 04 2013, 06:12

    Lloris 9? He got his head in the way of an Evertonian knee. Mark him down to 7 for that alone lol . . . . .


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    Post by totalytot on Mon Nov 04 2013, 06:17

    A lack of goals again. It all breaks down in the last third everytime. Nobody seems to know what to do once we're in their penalty area.

    We don't have that killer touch in the box and can't go through the season without scoring.

    I still think Eriksen should start and maybe play Lamela for a couple of games from the beginning to see if he has what it takes to make it in the prem.

    A point away at Everton is not bad but where are the goals going to come from to keep us up there.

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    Post by BazSpur on Mon Nov 04 2013, 06:52

    I think he is sorting out our defence first to stop us leaking goals every game and apart from when we played Spam he seems to be doing it. George Graham always built his teams from the back forward.


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    And Tottenham, so close to my heart, is still to me the greatest club." - Bill Nicholson

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    Post by Guest on Mon Nov 04 2013, 07:05

    lennon towsend dembele not good enough to push us on.

    towsend had 31 shots in the prem before hes scored and that was a cross.
    im not sure how many shots hes now had from todays game and the hull game.


    we need more players with a football brain. bit of creativity. vison.

    erikson should start

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    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Mon Nov 04 2013, 07:23

    CREATING CHANCES ............. ACHILLES HEEL  -  BEST WE PLAYED THIS SEASON WITHOUT CUTTING EDGE .......TRYING TO THINK POSTIVE AFTER GETTING A 1PT WE BOSSED FIRST HALF
    BUT CREATING CHANCES FAR AND BETWEEN WILL HAUNT US THIS YEAR
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    Post by vis on Mon Nov 04 2013, 07:44

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    Everton and Tottenham both passed up the chance to go second in the Premier League after a frustrating stalemate.

    Roberto Soldado missed with a header from Aaron Lennon's cross as Tottenham had the better of the first half.

    Hosts Everton improved after the interval and they saw a penalty appeal rejected when Seamus Coleman went down under Jan Vertonghen's challenge.

    Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris played on despite suffering a heavy knock to the head from Romelu Lukaku.

    Lloris initially looked set to go off on a stretcher but, after a lengthy delay, he persuaded Tottenham medical staff he should continue.

    Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas confirmed afterwards that the France goalkeeper had no memory of the incident and had briefly lost consciousness.

    That late drama aside, it was a dour game that will raise questions about both teams' hopes of finishing in the top four.

    Tottenham, who have scored nine goals in their 10 Premier League games this season, were unable to convert their first-half control into goals, or even clear chances.

    Everton were better after the break and they remain unbeaten at home in the league in 2013.

    But their carelessness in possession will have concerned manager Roberto Martinez on a day when both defences proved too strong for the opposing attacks.

    The first 45 minutes was a perfect snapshot of Tottenham's lack of attacking punch.

    They were quickly in the ascendency but were mainly limited to efforts from outside the area, despite their dominance of possession.

    After Sandro and Andros Townsend tried shots from long range, Soldado glanced a header wide from Aaron Lennon's cross.

    Tim Howard punched away a Kyle Walker free-kick and the Everton goalkeeper also held a low drive from Lewis Holtby as the pressure continued.

    Leon Osman broke forward from midfield and thumped over from 25 yards as Everton finally had an effort on goal with almost half an hour gone.

    Vertonghen, a major attacking threat surging forward from left-back in the first half, felt he should have had a penalty when he went down under pressure from Coleman.

    Soldado was wasteful once again when he lifted over the bar from the edge of the box after a slick passing move just before the interval.

    Tottenham defender Vlad Chiriches, who impressed in his third Premier League start since joining from Steaua Bucharest in the summer, pulled off a fine block to deny Kevin Mirallas after a quick Everton break shortly after half-time.

    Ross Barkley, left out for the first time in the league this season, came off the bench soon after the hour mark and just missed the top corner with a powerful long-range effort.

    In a reverse of the first-half incident, Coleman went down under apparent contact from Vertonghen in the area but referee Kevin Friend was unmoved.

    Howard punched away a curling shot from Gylfi Sigurdsson and the delay after Lloris's injury led to nine minutes being added on.

    Spurs went the closest late on, with Christian Eriksen's shot being blocked by Phil Jagielka and Sigurdsson dragging wide.

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez:

    "In the first half Spurs had the initiative in the game. We were good defensively but we lost the ball too cheaply. In the second half we were completely different, imposed ourselves and forced Spurs to defend in their own half.

    "It was a very level game but what I will take from it is our character.

    "We found a way to impose ourselves in the second half and both teams tried to win until the last seconds."

    Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas:

    "It was very tight, a good game. We had good moments and a great first half with pressing and good attacking combinations and we should have gone ahead in the first half.

    "The second half evened itself out but we still managed to slot in a couple of situations in the second half.

    "It is a good point in the end. We could have gone second but, considering Everton's aspirations, it was important to get a point."



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    Spurs are a point above Manchester City despite having scored 19 goals fewer than Manuel Pellegrini's side


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    Post by vis on Mon Nov 04 2013, 07:49

    We are creating chances LLR, just not converting them . . . .

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    Post by Guest on Mon Nov 04 2013, 08:22

    we lost this game last season
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    Post by LOVELOVEROCKET on Mon Nov 04 2013, 08:34

    i saw lot shot with no conviction , pulled shots , we look lost last 3rd soldado might as well be on a desert island because players dont even get close to him

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