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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by totalytot on Wed Apr 09 2014, 04:49


    I agree Eriksen has been the only real success of the newbys and has got better as the season has gone on. Trouble is I can see Utd sniffing around for him he's just the player they have been looking for in Europe.

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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by Boltjean on Wed Apr 09 2014, 04:58

    I know, we beat Sunderland who are at the foot of the table, no big deal, but to win by a 5-1 score line is very welcoming. I know this may not go down well but is Levy about to make another mistake by sacking Sherwood, would he given another season turn this side into a team that can seriously compete with the top four because we all know that a manager needs more than a season to achieve this and it does not look as though Sherwood will get the chance. How many more managers is Levy going to hire and fire without giving any the chance to prove they are up to the challenge?. Van Gaal looks as though he will be the next manager, but who knows, under Levy anything could happen, perhaps we could even see Chris Hughton back at the Lane, or perhaps he is waiting to see if Gus Poyet will be sacked by Sunderland. Who ever takes over should Sherwood go will not be a instant success and they should not be expected to be by either the supporters or Levy, they will probably off load players, bring in the players they feel will suit there style of play, the players then have to adapt to the new managers ideas, this will all take time, but do we need to wait for another couple of seasons when perhaps Sherwood is about to deliver next season what we crave, success.

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Wed Apr 09 2014, 07:53

    one thing i do like about tim is hes bringing the youth in.

    it looks like hes about to leave though.


    theres no way do i want to see chris back

    it took years to get him off our coaching team

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Sun Apr 13 2014, 00:26

    "@SpursOfficial: Team v WBA - Lloris; Naughton, Chiriches, Kaboul, Rose; Lennon, Chadli, Paulinho, Eriksen; Adebayor, Kane.

    Subs v WBA - Friedel, Fryers, Veljkovic, Bentaleb, Sigurdsson, Townsend, Winks."

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Sun Apr 13 2014, 02:14

    Albion have scored all 4 goals. Lol
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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sun Apr 13 2014, 09:45

    How was the game? Forgot we were playing and didn't hear the result until about 7pm lol . . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Tue Apr 15 2014, 11:30

    first 10 mins we was awfull. the defence was rubbish but then they had no protection.

    but saying that they sorted themselfs out and we should of been level at half time.

    ade missed a pen. rose missed an open goal althought was not an easy chance and then kane should of scored.

    if they game had gone on a bit longer then im convinced we would of won the game.

    the ref was good and made up for there timewasting by adding 6 mins injury time and he should of given them a pen.

    i was reading on other forums people convinced we would win all our remaining games but was obvious we would slip up somewhere
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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sat Apr 19 2014, 21:19

    Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele could face his previous club Fulham after recovering from a hip problem.

    However, Roberto Soldado, Etienne Capoue, Jan Vertonghen, Kyle Walker, Michael Dawson and Erik Lamela remain unavailable because of injury.

    Fulham's in-form loanee Lewis Holtby is ineligible to face his parent club on Saturday.

    Club record signing Kostas Mitroglou has an ongoing knee injury and is the only other confirmed absentee.

    Fulham's 30 points this season have been won evenly between their three managers, and the stats would suggest that in Felix Magath they have made a good appointment - though they might have made it too late.

    Fulham's first 10 points were amassed in 13 games under Martin Jol, and their next 10 with Rene Meulensteen in charge also came in 13 matches. But the last 10 points have come in just eight games with Magath at the helm.

    The tag of "Europe's last dictator " has stuck to Magath since it was coined by former Eintracht Frankfurt striker Bachirou Salou over a decade ago, but his methods look to be working.

    Having won back-to-back games for only the second time this season, Fulham can travel to Tottenham with some hope of making it three wins on the spin, something they last achieved more than two years ago.

    After Spurs, Fulham's last three games are against Hull, Stoke, and Crystal Palace - two wins and two draws would probably keep them safe.

    If they do stay up it will add to Magath's already well-established reputation as a man to fight fires. It would be as impressive an escape as the one orchestrated by Roy Hodgson in 2008 when the Cottagers' won four of their last five to avoid the trap-door.

    Spurs' run-in gives them the opportunity to finish a turbulent season in a positive frame of mind.

    Games against Stoke, West Ham and Aston Villa follow the Fulham clash and their aim now must be to hold off Manchester United and to finish in the top six. That should allow them entry to the Europa League, though at such an early stage that they could be playing in some far-flung outpost of Europe just five days after the last game of their pre-season tour in America.

    Whether that's a problem for manager Tim Sherwood or somebody else remains to be seen.


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sun Apr 20 2014, 08:02

    So Shitwood drops Sandro just cos he don't think he's good enough. Yup OK Timmy . . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Tue Apr 22 2014, 08:54

    i think he thinks sandro not trained well but sandro not played well when he has started.

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Tue Apr 22 2014, 08:55

    thought tim should of taken ade off and not kane.
    kane should play the rest of the season.

    lennon had a good game
    lloris was our best player

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Sun Apr 27 2014, 00:41


    Tottenham Hotspur

    25 Lloris
    16 Naughton
    03 Rose
    21 Chadli
    04 Kaboul
    20 Dawson
    07 Lennon
    08 Paulinho
    10 Adebayor
    37 Kane
    23 Eriksen

    Substitutes

    09 Soldado
    17 Townsend
    22 Sigurdsson
    24 Friedel
    30 Sandro
    35 Fryers
    42 Bentaleb

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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sun Apr 27 2014, 01:56

    See that horrible c**t charlie scabam still fouls Spurs players when he ain't even on the pitch . . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Sun Apr 27 2014, 02:07

    i saw that lol

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Sun Apr 27 2014, 02:45

    this game crying out for sandro to come on and tighten the game up
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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sun Apr 27 2014, 19:55

    Twas a bit squeaky to be honest, Stoke looked like getting a draw out of the game & we didn't make the man advantage count at all . . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Mon Apr 28 2014, 07:00

    lloris 7 some great saves.
    naughton 7solid
    dawson 7 decent game
    kaboul 8man of the match
    rose 6 good goal but hes always so angry. and cant defend
    erikson 6 one of hes quiter games
    paullino 4 very poor game. seems lack of confidence
    chadli 6 was okay
    Lennon - 2. Couldn't pass, I mean literally couldn't pass 5 yards. Couldn't beat his man.
    ade 5 poor game but worked hard
    kane5 did get chances but fluffed them

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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sat May 03 2014, 23:19

    So Wet Spam the team that like to call them-selves the academy of football. PMSL what a joke. They are like watching Wimbledon circa the late 1980's. What an ugly, boring one dimensional team. Gotta be glad you don't support the bubble blowers and their brand of ugly football . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Sun May 04 2014, 07:14

    yep i saw that academy sign lol

    anyway back to the game and first half we was rubbish again.
    i get given kane a few games but soldado was the top scorer in spain.
    even ade looks like hes back to being lazy.

    plus points erikson lloris naughton and chirches.

    cant wait for this season to be over.
    also this loss has sealed tims fate

    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by totalytot on Sun May 04 2014, 08:44


    We were poor again. Losing the ball to often not a lot of idea going forward.
    It's a shame that our two best players LLoris and Eriksen look like leaving in the summer. They have been the only successes of the newbys the rest can leave and we wouldn't notice any difference.

    If the stories that Paulinio could be going to Chelsea they are welcome to him he is very overated in my opinion and not the class brazilian player I thought he was.

    I'm with you can't wait for the season to end, it's been the worst for a long time and the club have work to do to get a lot of players out and some class in ready for next season. But to be honest I don't have a lot of faith in the top brass getting it right any time soon.

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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Mon May 05 2014, 07:14

    We was awful end of, as we have been far too often this season . . . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Sun May 11 2014, 23:06

    TEAM NEWS

    Midfielder Etienne Capoue is back in contention for Spurs but defender Jan Vertonghen is not ready to return.

    Younes Kaboul is suspended with Kyle Walker, Erik Lamela, Andros Townsend, Nacer Chadli and Mousa Dembele all still sidelined.

    Villa have a host of injuries, with Christian Benteke, Charles N'Zogbia, Libor Kozak and Jores Okore all absent.

    Gabriel Agbonlahor should make the squad after recovering from injury, but Marc Albrighton remains a doubt.
    MATCH PREVIEW

    The significance of this match is that Tottenham need just one more point to qualify for next season's Europa League. The only way Spurs can fail to get into Europe is if they lose and Manchester United win at Southampton.

    There is an incentive, therefore, for manager Tim Sherwood, whose future is, to say the least, clouded by rumours regarding possible successors. No decision has yet been made and Sherwood is still in situ, but it is understood he is supposed to meet chairman Daniel Levy at the end of the campaign.

    Will Sherwood stay in charge or remain at the club in a different capacity, or will he will be squeezed out by a new regime? No-one really knows. The season needs to end before the chairman can sit down with the manager.

    Things are coming to a head for Aston Villa off the pitch - will the chairman Randy Lerner make a statement soon about the future of the club? There have been strong rumours that he is going to sell up, but we will have to wait and see.

    By their standards, with what they expect to achieve, Villa have been very disappointing for the last three years. The manager, Paul Lambert, has soldiered on with some quite inexperienced players and hasn't really been able to push the boat out and make major signings. Maybe he hasn't wanted to, or maybe he hasn't had access to the funds. But Villa need to look now to be a bit more ambitious in who they buy.

    Villa have been very poor at home all season, but curiously they have played very well at times on the counter-attack away from home. That might come into play in this fixture.

    This is a game where both teams are trying to end the season on a high. They will both want their supporters to go home happy. But I think Spurs' incentive of getting into Europe will just give them the edge.


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Mon May 12 2014, 01:50

    LOL we wait until the 1st half of the last game of the season to show a glimpse of what could have been if only . . . . . .


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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by superkaboul on Mon May 12 2014, 02:52

    that second half was so boring. why do we always stop playing when we get few goals in front

    why did soldado not get on. he looked up for it when he came on as a sub last week

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    Re: Rest of Season Match Threads

    Post by vis on Mon May 12 2014, 03:37

    Well at least we finished the season with a positive goal difference . . . . .


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