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Video Evidence|Kane’s Goal & Jose’s Reaction
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David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
8 months ago

Let’s not be delusional when take Kane and Son out the equation plus a couple of others really we are a very average side punching above our weight!

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
8 months ago

Why oh why both Alli and Bale were not brought on at some point against Fulham is mystifying????

Mike
Mike
8 months ago

 Trophee des Champions final – Pocchetino wins a trophy!!!! Meanwhile back at White Hart Lane…

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
8 months ago
Reply to  Mike

Apologies for being the grim reaper, anything else a bonus our only hope of ending our long trophy drought this season likely hinges on beating the permanent holders in the Final to win the Carabs Cup!!

PlayitagainSamways
PlayitagainSamways
8 months ago

Too many of these results against fodder.

Judging by his own high standards then Jose is doing poorly. The league position is just not good enough.

I haven’t sen last nights game but i bet it was predictable 5 ninutes into the second half.

The league was winnable this year but our brainfarts cant grasp it.

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
8 months ago

By failing to score that all important second goal (due to our deadly duo fluffing their lines) l totally blame Jose for this all too familiar dreadful draw both in terms of team selection and the timing of his subs when as I said on the previous blog you could sense an inevitable equaliser coming long before it arrived!!

Last edited 8 months ago by David Dillenberg
CM*
CM*
8 months ago

Alli gone in January. Kane, Son and Lloris gone in the summer. But Levy has his beloved Jose and Bale. We are screwed!

Last edited 8 months ago by CM
Finn
Finn
8 months ago

Winning dirty is only effective when you actually win!

The performance tonight was lack-lustre, flat footed and held no sense of urgency. The passing was atrocious both in midfield and the hoofing from the back. It was reminiscent of a relegation side grabbing a goal and then holding on for dear life.

This is not the first time either. We sit deep with a plan to attack on the break; if a break is not on we revert to passing along the back four who will eventually run out of options (or patience) and loft something forward hoping we can win a 50-50, which in reality with defenders facing the ball is more like a 70-30.

Under pressure, the defence hoofs it forward on an anywhere-but-here basis or finds row Z. We do not seem capable of holding the ball in midfield and with Harry dropping in, we have no target man to aim for with anything not on the floor.

After 10 minutes of the second half, I doubt any of us suspected the outcome to be anything other than what actually happened…. its sort in our script.

Dour but effective winning football I can tolerate, but this as with so many games this season, satisfies neither getting dogged results (aka ManU) nor artistic footballing performance………I can live with either but we are getting neither!

BARDth
BARDth
8 months ago
Reply to  Finn

When he took over I thought even he would struggle to get a time out of this squad of players. He’s done well ish so far but team selections at home are often just plain wrong.

BARDth
BARDth
8 months ago
Reply to  BARDth

Tune

Andrew Fraser
Andrew Fraser
8 months ago
Reply to  Finn

Spot on Finn.

England Mike
England Mike
8 months ago

He was thinking , that’s enough.

Finn
Finn
8 months ago

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Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
8 months ago

That photo above: His expression is right, but the t-shirt only requires the first 3 lines.

Ndg71
Ndg71
8 months ago

Brill

BARD
BARD
8 months ago

Pity he didn’t react to what was patently coming in the 2nd half.

Lord Croker
Lord Croker
8 months ago

👍👍👍👍

Lilywhite without the II
Lilywhite without the II
8 months ago

Just a beautiful thing to see…..

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