Date: 16th March 2014 at 7:26pm
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Anyone still living in a parallel universe will of course be able to argue against such an awful, deliberately cheap cosmetic headline.

But the truth is, all we have to look forward to under this rather nasty regime …is more of the same 3rd class rubbish we’ve become unwittingly used to.

A season ticket holder was ejected from the NLD this afternoon by over over zealous stewards. Why? Because he failed to toe the company line and heckled Tim Sherwood.

Some bloke, who had PAID to for his seat, c bombed the plastic Gooner chancer appointed by default, and was ejected from White Hart Lane.

Are ENIC running Spurs well? I would say that they aren’t running Spurs well. Averting bankruptcy in business is an achievement that ordinarily fails to win plaudits.

THFC issued banning orders on fans …BEFORE the fans charged were …acknowledged as utterly innocent.

ENIC – just go  -and before you do, install a manager who can actually manage.

And one who doesn’t walk like Norman Wisdom when they’ve thrown their gilet off.

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Comments
  • Frontwheel 2 March 17, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    Spot on

    • Frontwheel 2 March 17, 2014 at 7:07 pm

      That was for H0skSpur

  • jj March 17, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    That was a much improved performance. Spurs dominated Arsenal and lost. Highest possession against Arsenal this season. Most blocked shots since Opta started recording blocked shots in 2006. If that game had not come on the back of 2 losses we would be saying Arsenal were lucky, because looking at just that game, they were just lucky.

    Perhaps Tottenham lacked a bit of polish at times, and the positioning of the back four is still suspect, but Tottenham should not have lost that game. Perhaps it was all the luck from the earlier games when Tim was in charge evening itself out.

    The Europa game though was just poor defending throughout. If people can’t get the basics right in defending then you aren’t going to win a game. Forget formations and suchlike, being carved open by a simple through-ball and letting in two soft set-piece goals is dreadful.

  • jj March 17, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    That was a much improved performance. Spurs dominated Arsenal and lost. Highest possession against Arsenal this season. Most blocked shots since Opta started recording blocked shots in 2006. If that game had not come on the back of 2 losses we would be saying Arsenal were lucky, because looking at just that game, they were just lucky.

    Perhaps Tottenham lacked a bit of polish at times, and the positioning of the back four is still suspect, but Tottenham should not have lost that game. Perhaps it was all the luck from the earlier games when Tim was in charge evening itself out.

    The Europa game though was just poor defending throughout. If people can’t get the basics right in defending then you aren’t going to win a game. Forget formations and suchlike, being carved open by a simple through-ball and letting in two soft set-piece goals is dreadful.

    Personnel – Townsend does force the full-back to play deep, but I agree he is far from the finished product. But players need games to improve, as well as perhaps time in the reserves to work on elements of the game that aren’t good enough. Generally though, Tottenham played well, especially 2nd half.

  • SPURIAN March 17, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    and where does it say in my comment that those who dont go games aint real fans??????? i await your answer

  • Spurstacus March 17, 2014 at 3:04 pm

    Pfffffft.

    Kirillus
    I’ll take a stab at the team AVB would have had if he got the players he wanted:
    —————-Lloris
    Walker – Kaboul – Verton – Coentrao
    —Dembele – Sandro – Moutinho
    —-Hulk —- Soldado —- Villa
    To me that looks like a title challenging 11. To yourselves, gentlemen?

    • Kirillus March 17, 2014 at 3:22 pm

      OH COME ONE Spurstacus…….. That’s twice as good as Liverpool’s

  • Spurstacus March 17, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    Sherwood has quickly become our very own Mike Bassett. He is more famous for his silly remarks, and touch line antics than his football.
    He talks in cliches and sounds like he has read all the football manager manuals, but has actually learned nothing.
    The chirpy cockney geezer persona, with the requisite chat, might impress the young lads from Hackney marshes, but: no fanks its not for me.
    Sherwood looks sounds and behaves like the sort that wears 3/4 length ‘shorts’ and gets drunk on Sunday summer afternoons in the pub garden, whilst shirtless.
    Like so many others I just want the season to end.

  • Johnlacy March 17, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    Is levy really this hot shot business man? As fans we pay harrods prices for aldi product, sky money has doubled, we’re in the black with net spend over 5 years, no new ground , even Peter risdale could brake feckin even with the money what comes in, as for the footballing side levy is a bum

  • Kirillus March 17, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    I’ll take a stab at the team AVB would have had if he got the players he wanted:

    —————-Lloris
    Walker – Kaboul – Verton – Coentrao
    —Dembele – Sandro – Moutinho
    —-Hulk —- Soldado —- Villa

    To me that looks like a title challenging 11. To yourselves, gentlemen?

    • caveman March 17, 2014 at 2:46 pm

      Kiri- It’s pie in the sky. You should ‘get real’.

      • Kirillus March 17, 2014 at 2:54 pm

        My eight cocks are real and its not pie in the sky. FACTUAL SHIT my friend 🙂

    • Spurstacus March 17, 2014 at 3:01 pm

      Pfffffft.

  • Kirillus March 17, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    To me, AVB failed in three vary simple ways:
    1-HORRIBLE MAN MANAGEMENT
    He played players in Europa against Dynamo Tbilisi that had no need of playing. That’s how Jan got injured, etc…
    Adebayor is the easiest player to manage on the entire planet if you can just swallow your pride and suppress you ego. All you have to say to him is “Ade, you’re amazing, I have confidence in you. Go score some fcking goals for me like I know you can! I believe in you!!!” and he gives you player of the season performances.
    Refusing to play Lamela and Eriksen over sub-par performers like Siggy and Townsend was idiotic to say the least.

    2-TACTICAL RIGIDITY
    His inability to switch up his tactics and play to te player’s strengths was astounding.
    He completely facked Soldado by devising a system that would be good for his wingers who can’t score a goal from outside the box to save their lives instead of putting two and two together and saying
    “WC Box Striker + fast wingers + cross in the box = goals!” and doing it.

    3-SLOWING OUR GAME SPEED
    Under Harry we were known as THE counter attacking team. STILL NOW our players are meant to play a counter attacking game. None of them are slow approach methodical players except for maybe Adebayor and Dembele. Chadli scored most of his goals on the counter. Same with Lamela. Same with Eriksen. Same with Soldado. Same with Siggy, Lennon and Towns-…… oh wait…that’s right, they never scored goals….
    If he had just CONTINUED ‘Arry’s methodology and moulded it a bit to his liking he would’ve had great results I’m guessing. Point being, you can’t turn counter attacking players into “slow buildup with patience” players. It doesn’t work. That’s like turning Usain Bolt into a marathon runner. Nah-ah. Stupido

    • Kirillus March 17, 2014 at 2:24 pm

      *very simple ways

    • JaySpurs March 17, 2014 at 4:00 pm

      Spot on, chap.

  • caveman March 17, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    Wojciech Szczesny is enjoying himself today and has said that the only chance we had was a mistake by him. He’s a bit of a Cnut but the facts are that he’s right. We had loads of posession but created nothing. When we got a corner it was so obvious that the ‘corner takers’ had zero confidence. We are (in the words of AVB) in a bad space.

  • nobby nobbs March 17, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    Walking like Norman Wisdom will carry Sherwood far ..until he falls over bounces back up with a school cap at a jaunty angle and his gillet shrunk tight ….Since Soldado scored v Everton he hasn’t started. He got 8 mins in game in which we created chances but needed a striker to score.
    The effort was commendable yesterday.

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