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11 O’clocker | Sabatini Spotted Twice With Agent

11 O’clocker | Sabatini Spotted Twice With Agent

Italian outlet Ilmessaggero are the bearers of uninspiring news. The claim made is that AS Roma’s Director of Football, Walter Sabatini has been spotted at least 2 occasions recently with the agent of Jan Vertonghen. AS Roma were linked with a move for the big Belgian with the bad body language, prior to him joining Spurs. Since then of course, ... Read More »

Signed. Signed What?

Signed. Signed What?

The binning of Moyes has caused a disturbance in the footballing cosmos. He was appointed by the king makers Slur Alex & Charlton. But unfortunately, as besets many fledgling manufacturing businesses, this was their first king and it turned out to be a bit defective. Given the seeming inevitability of his appointment and then how short lived it was, one ... Read More »

He’s Gone

He’s Gone

It’s a special kind of madness, football. But then what could one realistically expect? You take a tribal game that then becomes the biggest sport on the planet, and you impregnate it with billions. How was it ever going to stay sane? Moyes was not so much a dead man walking as a man buried alive in his own technical ... Read More »

Scouting For Goys

Scouting For Goys

Tim Sherwood has revealed that it was he that first discovered Christian Eriksen. Dining out on his ability to spot a star ahead of the pack, Tim gushed: I watched him at 17 years of age at Wembley for Denmark and I rang (chairman) Daniel Levy the day after and said that he need to sign this boy – £10million ... Read More »

That’s Horrible, Really Horrible

That’s Horrible, Really Horrible

Last week the score was 3-3 in a game that ought to have been branded a thriller. But it wasn’t. This week, we won 3-1 and anyone who wants to tell me they were either as thrilled or more thrilled watching that will soon find their underpants being attended by firemen, shouting “liar lair!” whilst pointing at said flaming undergarments. ... Read More »

Watch Eriksen’s Face At 1.45

Watch Eriksen’s Face At 1.45

At 1.33 on the tape, Harry Kane is asked what it’s like to play for Tim Sherwood. At 1.45 Christian Eriksen is asked the same question. His response is “interesting” to put it mildly, and his inability to keep a straight face afterwards even more so.   In the space of only a few hours, 2 of our major players ... Read More »

Sandro LOLS At Dimbo

Sandro LOLS At Dimbo

It’s a curious business supporting Spurs under Charlie Chuckles. A 3-1 home win seems to have been greeted (online anyway) with something approaching apathy. Tim’s tenure has unfolded, like a deckchair in a Carry On film. There appears to have been a slow but sure swing from the “let’s get behind him, not in his way” cretins who were determined ... Read More »

Much Of A Muchness

Much Of A Muchness

Picking apart Tim Sherwoood’s pressers has actually become a bit dull. Much of a muchness. This will be greeted with cheers and whoops by those out there who still want to give Tim a chance. Reading this in the warm afterglow of their weapons grade meds, lying on on their secure unit beds. I’ve found myself using the word “hateful” ... Read More »

11 o’clocker | Suckers Click Here

11 o’clocker | Suckers Click Here

It looks like the Massimiliano Allegri to Spurs hysteria is beginning to subside. Of course, being the grumpiest curmudgeon on the planet, what has irritated me the most about the whole daft business, has been people sharing on forums and social media articles that simply cited the source article. “The Colchester Evening Gazette say…” please. What is the point? If ... Read More »

Spurs Fans React To Allegri News

Spurs Fans React To Allegri News

The footballing world has been shaken to its core this morning with Corrierre dello Sport running with the story that we’ve appointed Massimiliano Allegri as our next interim manager. The killer line in the piece is obviously this one : “The economic agreement between the two parties has already been reached, Allegri has often been in London in recent weeks ... Read More »

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