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Spurs will be looking to make it three wins on the bounce at Craven Cottage tomorrow, and on a personal note, Clint Dempsey and Mousa Dembele will be looking to prove their decision to leave Fulham for bigger and better was the right move. But lets not forget Spurs legend Martin Jol and also our former pantomime villain Dimitar Berbatov, who has started brilliantly since his move from Old Trafford. Many Spurs fans would have happily forgiven the Bulgarian for his past misdemeanours and had him back leading our attack and with 23 goals from his last 27 club starts, it is easy to see that he retains the qualities that made him such a great striker in his all too brief time at WHL.

It is hard to assess Fulham's home form this season. Three wins and ten points from a possible eighteen is average, and their wins over Norwich on the opening day (5-0), WBA (3-0) and Villa (1-0) and all decent, but in recent games, they were very lucky to cling onto a point against Everton (2-2) and were comfortably beaten 3-1 by a usually poor Sunderland. Of course we can look at their decent 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge in mid-week, but was that due to them playing without pressure and Chelsea having the weight of the world on their shoulders?

Perhaps Tottenham's biggest problem is coping with the demands of so many games, where there are not enough bodies to make major rotation an option. In fairness the players seem to be coping at the moment, but will this come back to bite us on the backside later in the season? Steven Caulker is expected to be fit after illness prevented him from facing Liverpool and it will be interesting to see whether he steps straight back into the team and how makes way? Can Gallas play twice in a few days, where is Dawson in the pecking order and will Vertonghen remain at left back? Personally I would like to see Walker, Dawson, Caulker and Vertonghen fill our back four and feel that has the best quality and balance available to AVB at the moment.

It seems that simply selecting Mousa Dembele guarantees that Spurs won't lose, which is good enough for me, but having him back alongside Sandro is a massive bonus to the Tottenham team and with Lennon and Bale looking so good at the moment, you feel we have a midfield to counter any opposition in the league on quality and current form. I was half expecting Clint Dempsey yo have a stormer against Liverpool, and I hope we get the the best of him against his former club tomorrow. Against West Ham, he was outstanding and you hoped that was the game to kick-start his Tottenham career, but in mid-week it was back to the same old questions and will he/wont he hit the heights at WHL after looking so goos with Fulham. Merely having him in the Tottenham line-up will give Fulham a few worries, as they know far better than we do, what a dangerous player his is. Will we see him raise his game? I have no idea, but I have a feeling that Jermain Defoe will be a man who will fancy his chances of scoring and he might well have a mid-week off, with Adebayor probably starting against Panathinaikos next Thursday, but will this weekend complete his final games suspension.

On current form, you wouldn't bet your house on any of the challenging sides winning this weekend, such is the inconsistency of the Premiership. A Spurs win would at the very least keep us on the shoulder of the top four places, which I suppose being a team in transition, is all we can expect, but three wins on the bounce would be a major booster to the teams confidence and who knows what that added belief can add to the teams performance...

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Writer:OxfordSpur
Date:Friday November 30 2012
Time: 5:11PM

Comments

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Fulham have looked good this season at it will be a tough match as always i would love a win but would settle for a draw ,your right about Berba looking good what a snip for 5 mil.Good new on all the injured players and with some srewd buys in Jan i could look a whole lot better not one team in the prem is playing well at the moment so we have a chance for 3rd ,,sadly so do 6 ther teams .COYS
Edinburgh Spur
30/11/2012 17:25:00
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nice spelling...David .
Edinburgh Spur
30/11/2012 17:26:00
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Erm have all spurs fans moved to mars ??? i put that up 30 mins ago .
Edinburgh Spur
30/11/2012 17:51:00
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Fulham lost to Sunderland after they went a man down due to a red card to Hangeland (sound faimiliar ?). but they are a good side with alot of frenzied support at their small in yer face stadium, and we can lose there easily enough in the past... if we can control the emotions of Dempsey and Dumbell as well as quiten the crowd and keep Berba away from our goal by playing a highline to nullify his lack of pace, it could... should... be a profitable day at the office.
Viyyash-Ramosh
30/11/2012 17:52:00
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Fulham havent won in over 6 games (4 draws 2 losses) they are also without their best defender and a handful of other first team players; we bought their best players and when dembele plays we seem to always win. As long as we dont play Gallas who yet again almost single handedly gave liverpool a goal on wednesday (like he does every game) we should be okay!
spursnoob
30/11/2012 18:01:00
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I was thinking too that our 2 ex-Fulham players will be spitting hairs to score on their first return to the Cottage so both must start on Saturday imo. I also agree with Walker, Caulkner, Daws and Verts at the back. With this combination we'll surely beat a Fulham team who have conceded as much as us (in fact have identical goal differences)! 1-2 or 0-2 for me.
bowerman
30/11/2012 18:10:00
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this 'we always win with Dumbo' is abit naive.... I remember the 'we always lose when Bale starts' 'FACT' well enough too..
Viyyash-Ramosh
30/11/2012 18:29:00
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Fulham have had some very difficult fixtures recently, but they drew 3-3 away to Arsenal as well as the 0-0 with Chelsea and the 2-2 with Everton. I wouldnt look into their recent form too much. Should be a difficult game.
Guyver
30/11/2012 18:58:00
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Basically, they've recently taken points off all our rivals.
Guyver
30/11/2012 19:10:00
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I had us down for a draw but would like to nick the 3 points. we have won the last four games and have not lost in 6 prem games against them.
I am aware of the hiding we got in the FA almost 2 years ago.
It seems like Jol has still got a soft spot for Spurs ;). Those of you going to the game, make sure that you sing his name a little.
Not a big fan of first game back for players sold as they normally (for us anyway) fall flat on their ar5e, especially when they begin talking 5hit before the game. I hope Dempsey does not become our new Keane in the ar5e talking dept.
As far as the team goes, not really too many choices except Gallas and Dawson, and both have their issues. Would really like to see a full strength squad available for selection and see what AVB could do with it.
Personally i would love to see
------------Lloris
Kaboul---Caulker---Vert
----------Sandro---------
Lennon---Dembele---Bale
-------Defoe-------Ade----
Remember "it's about the glory". Who cares about clean sheets if we can score 4 or 5 goals ;)
COYS
miamispur
30/11/2012 20:11:00
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miamispur, think you left Parker out, or maybe BAE, depending on your intended line up.
Guyver
30/11/2012 20:32:00
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miamispur, you also forgot Ledley King in your team! but joking aside, should be an interesting game tomorrow. Yes, friends and enemies united. I would like Gallas to be left on the bench and the back 4 being Walker, Dawson, Caulker, Verts, the rest of the team speaks for itself.
mountainyid
30/11/2012 20:43:00
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Guyver-my intent with this line up is to score. I think that with "lesser teams" the back 3 with Sandro sitting as sweeper would suffice.
Obviously against a UTD or City this would not work, maybe the following
Walker--Kaboul--Vert--BAE
------Sandro--Parker-------
Lennon---Dembele---Bale
----------ADE--------------
miamispur
30/11/2012 20:49:00
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mountainyid-a back line of Kaboul/King/Vert or Walker/King/Vert/BAE would be a title winning defense. You got me drooling.....
miamispur
30/11/2012 20:54:00
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Adebayor's serving his las game of suspension, so he won't be in your line-ups
tengboon
30/11/2012 20:55:00
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Did you know William Gallas leads the PL in interceptions amongst all defenders? Shocking, I know! If Caulker is fit, I would still bench Gallas for Dawson. Walker has been so much better since Dawson has started, even tho he's still hoofing it to the other team far too much
tengboon
30/11/2012 20:58:00
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miamispur, Kaboul is out injured still, as is Parker. Ade can't play, as tengboon says, has one game left on his suspension. Team could be: Lloris, Walker, Dawson, Caulker, Verts, Lennon, Dembele, Sandro, Dempsey, Bale, Defoe. Great line-up...for now!
mountainyid
30/11/2012 20:59:00
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Lloris
Walker Dawson Caulker Vertongen
Sandro Dembele
Lennon Dempsey Bale
Defoe

Could it be any other line-up?
tengboon
30/11/2012 21:00:00
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tengboon-neither will Kaboul or BAE, these are my fantasy teams when the full squad is available
COYS
miamispur
30/11/2012 21:01:00
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Although, I could see Gallas in his wise old years getting a handle on Berbatov more than Dawson, so I wouldn't be upset if AVB started him instead
tengboon
30/11/2012 21:02:00
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agree tengboon, but some of Dawson's hoofing does reach a spurs player. His good defending outweighs his poor hoofing, in my opinion. I think he will find it hard to make 1st team when Kaboul and BAE are fit and I hope he doesn't leave in Jan as for me he is still a valuable squad member.
mountainyid
30/11/2012 21:03:00
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tengboon-your line up is the best that we have available, however if Dempsey does not come out blazing like he did against the Spam he should be pulled at half time and have Siggy replace him.
miamispur
30/11/2012 21:04:00
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Miamispur, aaah, full squad dreams! Let's see.....
Lloris
Walker Kaboul Vertongen BAE
Sandro Dembele Parker
Lennon Adebayor Bale

That's right, 4-3-3 baby!
tengboon
30/11/2012 21:05:00
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Mountainyid, I think the fact that he got captains armband straight away means that AVB feels he's a big part of our squad. I don't think he'll be chasing 'Arry over to QPR
tengboon
30/11/2012 21:07:00
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Fulham have a weakend squad for tomorrow with 3 players out injured and Hangeland on suspension. A win would be fantastic keeping us in the mix.
mountainyid
30/11/2012 21:14:00
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I wonder if the Fulham fans will boo Dembele aswell as Dempsey, or neither. Could be a match full of booing if we keep possession in midfield ;-)
mountainyid
30/11/2012 21:16:00
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No more than Spurs stand will be booing Berbatov I suppose. Let's hope the Yid Army is out in full force with the songs and cheers!
tengboon
30/11/2012 21:20:00
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Fulham ground is great for watching a game, you feel like you're on the pitch, the stadium is so small and you can look out at the river Thames at half-time, good afternoons entertainment!
mountainyid
30/11/2012 21:23:00
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Have to admit, I liked Fulham when Tomasz Radzinski was firing them in (canadian). Still wish we would have signed Hoillett out of purely nationalistic intentions
tengboon
30/11/2012 21:28:00
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Re Dawson: I can’t see him leaving for QPR in January. At Spurs (even as a sub), he can look forward to chasing top 4 in EPL, hopefully still in the F A Cup, in knock out stages of EL (where he should get a better look in) and whenever he plays for us, he gets the Capt armband. Whereas at QPR, fighting relegation, may be given the Capt armband there, having to put up with ‘arry! And yet another change in formation/style (but then again, he only has ONE style, i.e., put his body on line and HOOF!) ... Hope he stays. COYS!
Critical_Spur
30/11/2012 21:36:00
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Re the Fulham game....wasn’t this the fixture last season where we won just like playing at ManU, while Harry (I think) was ill?. Hope AVB doesn’t tinker with the team too much. Gallas with that right thigh issue against L’pool may well be rested.....I hope so! COYS!
Critical_Spur
30/11/2012 21:39:00
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re: Daws I CAN see him going to QPR in Jan....if kaboul is back he'll know he's 3rd choice at best and he likes to play. He can go to QPR on loan from Jan till the end of the season with a perm deal agreed if they stay up....so if they stay up he's a hero and gets a nice contract, game time and a manager that trusts him, if they go down he comes back to us but he's been playing regularly and the fans won't hold it against him....it's a win win for him...
shedboy2
30/11/2012 22:03:00
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re the game...fast tempo from the off, don't let Berba get near our area expecially in 1 on 1 situations....
shedboy2
30/11/2012 22:04:00
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COME ON YOU SPURS & WIN WIN WIN
Madaboutspurs
30/11/2012 22:15:00
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Viyyash-Ramosh,well one thing is fact - We have never lost when Lennon scores - problem is he scores rarely. Atleast this season he seem to get inside the box and looks to score.
sydqcb5
30/11/2012 22:20:00
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Fulham are a good team but they are missing some important players . Only worry is ofcourse Berba. If we can hit the ground running in first half, we should get a win.
sydqcb5
30/11/2012 22:22:00
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critical spur, re last season, lucky win, i think they had a couple of good penalty shouts, which they didn't get
mountainyid
30/11/2012 22:29:00
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Could be a difficult game, could be an easy game who knows but we need 3 points as Everton should in theory be tougher and would ideally go there on the back of another win to ease the pressure! Team picks itself really or it should, Lloris, Walker, Daws, Caulker, Verts, Lennon, Sandro, Dembele, Bale, Dempsey, Defoe!
El Jefe
30/11/2012 23:16:00
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A couple of interesting facts ahead of tomorrows game. Spurs have taken the lead in the last 2 away games and lost and conceded 78% of goals in the 2nd half. The only team (in Prem League) not to concede a goal in the first 15 minutes of a game. Not sure what to wish for tomorrow, apart from 3 points! COYS
mountainyid
30/11/2012 23:19:00
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Not best pleased, gonna have to watch this via a stream online as its not being beamed live on my portuguese Sport TV. Nearly every Spurs match is shown live on it, but tommorow is one of the rare days when it will not. Have to put up with crappy streaming, constantly cutting out, etc - bloody annoying!
El Jefe
30/11/2012 23:19:00
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el jefe, el mismo aqui...still it will be the normal soon, returning to England in January, never see a Saturday 3pm kick-off again, but good that I will get to go to White Hart Lane, November 2011, Aston Villa was my last game. We won by the way!
mountainyid
30/11/2012 23:22:00
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apparently the Marseille fans have fallen in love with Joey Barton or is it his accent they love ;-)
mountainyid
30/11/2012 23:30:00
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Difficult game as most PL games these days. a win is needed to stay in contention and boost confidence. I love Jol and will be sad for him if we win but Spurs comes first. He has done us some favours since being at Fulham taking points against our rivals at crucial times even though we haven;t always taken advantage of it. Need to watch Berby and we need Dempsey of he is to play to up his game.
thfan
30/11/2012 23:40:00
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Spursnoob – Can you please tell me how the F** Gallas was at fault for the goal against Liverpool? Seriously? Lennon clears the ball off the line, it hits Bale in the face and goes in … but yeah, it’s Gallas’ fault! Why? Because he was on the pitch!

Lads, take off your man love glasses for a sec and ask where are we being hurt. Look at the games against City and Arsenal. City attack more on their opponents right, but against us, planned a 47% attack rate down our LEFT! Arse upped that to 50% attacks on our left, from a season average of 33%. Take a look at where we were in trouble against Liverpool, and you'll see it was Sterling, on our left. Can you recall that excruciating game against Utd? Again, the LEFT!

So, if Walker and Lennon are so crap, especially when Gallas is "the weakness" on that side, then why the hell are teams getting more joy on the other side? For example, if Lennon had left Kyle Walker so exposed as Bale did against Walcott, he'd be sporting a new a*se for the comments he'd get here.So, do we have plyers ala Bale & Verts who are getting ripped apart defensively(Se how Walker is playing well now but is an easy whipping boy) but we blame Lennon and Walker?

How is it that Lloris is lauded for conceding 5 agsinst the Arse, yet Friedel gets ripped to pieces and insulted in games he only conceded 1 or 2? Defoe is having his best run of form for us, but still, he is crap. Do you guys realise how absolutely retarded you sound? And if it is as easy as you guys make out, why aren't you playing, why aren't you managing a team? I know why, because its easier to sit at a computer and pass judgment than it is to get out there and actually do it. Face it, we are all failed footballers, so if it's as easy as we think it is, then why aren't we earning mountains of money?

Personally, I love Baler, and Verts ... but fobbing everything off on Lennon and Walker is laughable, as is Spursnoob's comment blaming Gallas for the goal against the Pool, which started this rant!! lol COYS
SpursEagle
01/12/2012 02:37:00
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SpursEagle. I agree, our left side is weak and has been since BAE was injured. Verts is not a natural left back and is often caught out of position. Naughton is not good enough. When BAE and Kaboul return I think we will have one of the best back 4 in the prem....if not the best. COYS!
mountainyid
01/12/2012 04:24:00
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AVB slammed modric to focus on his game rather than worrying about Bale! LOL
SilwalYid
01/12/2012 05:17:00
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Spurseagle - do you not think that the relative weakness on our left is because Sandro operates mostly on the right of centre?
Love totty
01/12/2012 08:36:00
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good response from AVB with modric - great little dig at the end too, " I think with the player that he is, he will turn it around and will manage to get into the team a little bit more." ha, the grass is not always greener gareth
Guernman
01/12/2012 09:37:00
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The weakness on the left side is obvious to all. It is the case of our strength also being our weakness. Bale rarely comes back to help defensively, he drifts all over the pitch...to good attacking effect...and so teams know we can be vulnerable there. Add to that the fact that Verts loves to attack and several times in a game gets stranded up the pitch and it is a clear area for us to be attacked. The right side can also be similar since obviously Walker is a better attacker than defender, often relying on nothing but his pace to rescue himself...good job he is so quick. I tend to agree with the view that a fit BAE and Kaboul will make us stronger but we have to be realistic. They have been out a long time so it will some time before they will be match fit when they have recovered
Forever Spurs
01/12/2012 10:23:00
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Lloris Walker Dawson Caulker Vertongen Sandro Hudd Lennon Dembele Bale Defoe Replacing Dempsey with Dembele would mean their is space for Hudd as well in the team, with his great long range passing, free kicks and corners, and would give Dembele, the freedom to express and create in the hole and feed Lennon, Bale, and Defoe and get within shooting range! AVB won't do it of course... It's way to obvious!
pelebro
01/12/2012 10:37:00
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one word berbertov
truth sayer ffc
01/12/2012 10:45:00
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Bale defensive duties are poor in comparison to Lennons. Vertonghen is not as good at LB gets turned easily and naughton isn't good enough yet. Sandro our best defensive CM plays mainly on the right. Walker is weak and uses his pace to get out of trouble and Gallas is weak but overall I think the work rate of Lennon and Sandro makes the right side stronger defensively than the left but the left side stronger in attack. The lest side wasn't so exposed when BAE and Modric played because BAE is a better player than Naughton and is a natural LB not like Vertonghen and Modric work rate of moving around and retaining the ball helped us. Lennon best play has been when he has tucked in and ran through the middle rather than stand on the wings and I think AVB is bringing this into his game. His crosses are too weak and poor to stand on the wing all the time so mixing his game up has actually improved Lennon but Bale mixing his game up drifting in doesn't always work he is much better on the wing as he has a great cross and skill to beat the last man. With BAE and Kabule back we have a good solid defensce but this season has shown us we need backup for BAE and possibly Walker. I do think Caulker and Dawson are good enough to cover CB and Gallas can do a job but still think Dawson is better than Gallas. As for Lloris I think he is better than Freidal but Freidal was given some unjustified stick. However, we will see some mistakes from Lloris because of the nature of his game but long term I think he will be good for us. With Dembele back we will be better but we need cover or that other creative CM as Hudd is not good enough. We have cover for Sandro in Parker and if we get really stuck Livermore although I don't think he is good enough to play regular or a starter but Parker should be. I think the striker area is suspect as we know. Defoe is playing his best football under AVB in a long time but cannot be expected to maintain as a lone striker and be effective all season long as he really isn't a lone striker but hats off to him he has done very well. Ade is valuable if he stays fit, works hard and gets his head out of his arse. With him away we will be weak as I don't think Dempsey is good enough long term even though he has improved. We need another top striker and as for the wings we need cover there as we cannot rely on Bale and Lennon not to get injured or burnt out or never lose form.

As for AVB comments on Modric correct and Modric has a lot to do if he wants to be part of that team and he hasn't long as he is not getting younger. Sometimes the grass isn't greener on the other side. Often players are top players in lesser teams but when they go to a top team they don't shine as much. Modric is a top player but he is playing with better players and will need to compete something he hasn't been used to for a while as when he was with us he was automatic choice.
thfan
01/12/2012 10:54:00
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According to reports BAE is set to start full on training next week, that is good news, with him being back around the christmas period or sooner. A few post's worrying about what Fulham have, Fulham should be worrying about what we have, if we go about this game in the right frame of mind and I'm certain we will, then we will come away with all three points, we just have to again put in a top performance,.
spu 4 life
01/12/2012 10:54:00
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My team would be; Lloris; Walker; Dawson; Caulker; Lennon; Sandro; Dembele; Bale; Dempsey; Defoe.
spu 4 life
01/12/2012 11:10:00
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I think we need Dembele to play the deeper role until Scotty is fit again and then try him in the hole. However I think ultimately his strong running from deep is what makes him special.
Love totty
01/12/2012 11:11:00
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oh and vertonghen, so used to playing with 10
spu 4 life
01/12/2012 11:14:00
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I'm looking forward to having Kaboul and Ekotto back so we have to stop having this ridiculous debate about Gallas and Dawson. Let's be honest, if Gallas was Dawson's age there wouldn't even be a debate. Gallas got 80 caps for a decent France side and excelled in some good teams in his day. Dawson is supposed to be having his day now and yet hasn't barely improved in the last 5 years. He is not a top 4 centre half and should move back to a mid to lower table side and enjoy the rest of his career. Both should be surplus as soon as AVB can get another centre half in at the club who can compete with Kaboul, Vertonghen and Caulker. As for Naughton, who knows. He's 24 nowadays and had a fair bit of football behind him. As much as I enjoy his cultured play I'm still left wondering whether he can cut it at the level we need to be. I'm hoping Adam Smith can step up.
muttley
01/12/2012 11:20:00
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I agree about playing Hudd instead of Dempsey. He gives us much more but to repeat myself needs to be in a three man midfield with two strong players...unless he has Modric alongside
Forever Spurs
01/12/2012 11:28:00
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I dont wanna see Dembele in the hole when otherts are fit for midfield... Dembele is good but is getting hugely overhyped by fans. Defoe is the best foil for Adebayor and last season when played together, the team had a ridiculously high wins to games ratio.... keep Dembele in the Modric role in midfield, otherwise we'd have just autromatons with no creativity there in Parker, Sandro as 1st choices...
Viyyash-Ramosh
01/12/2012 11:34:00
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....with current injuries to midfielders it would be silly to risk THudd, Sandro and Dembele all playing simultaneasly... thats why AVB will not start them together, like some above in this thread were hoping for.... you need to look at the bigger picture.
Viyyash-Ramosh
01/12/2012 11:51:00
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Sneak three points here and we'll be on our way this season! COYS!
TopSpur13
01/12/2012 12:17:00
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We should have a lot of confidence going into this off the back of two wins. Although Dembele and Dempsey will get the attention I think Lennon will be key to this game. He is one of the quickest counter attacking players in the league and as Fulham are at home it will hard to double up on both him and bale.
Hope Jol gets another good reception but also hope that starts when are two nil up. COYS, 0-2 Defoe, bale.
T.H.F.Chris
01/12/2012 12:21:00
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I am also happy if we just use Thudd sparingly as personally I doubt he will ever be the same player after all his injuries. A shame he did not have a manager with the sense of Moyes who played Rooney carefully when he was growing. Tom started as a 16 yrd and played 43 games that season...at the age of 18 he had played at least double the games Rooney had and in the physically tougher Championship. I think he will always now have ankle and maybe n=knee problems that will hold him back. Perhaps rationing his games for a year or two will allow him to get stronger again but I am doubtful so maybe he gets sold to a team who will play more for him...Italy could suit his game
Forever Spurs
01/12/2012 12:37:00
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I personally feel his injuries are nominal and are not the main drag to his performance.... the problem really is his lack of mobility in a 2-man central midfield with 2 very wide wingers alongside, making him have to cover too much ground... this, even with a Dempsey/Ade dropping off into midfield.... THudd needs to be the fulcrum of a narrow 3 in midfield, maybe in a 4-3-3 eg. at Arsenal, that way he will need to run less as he'll have 2 colleagues working closer next to him either side..... Italy would not be good for him (with the pasta-factor involved!)
Viyyash-Ramosh
01/12/2012 13:04:00
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Hudd in for Dempsey? That's pure crazy talk
tengboon
01/12/2012 13:36:00
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Just on my way to the ground. Going with a close friend but a Fulham supporter! Dinner is on the loser!

It will be my last game this year, Phoenix, Arizona as from Tuesday and all of Christmas and the New Year..

Going for a 2-1 win for the Spurs ! COYS !
ro6ertj
01/12/2012 13:51:00
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what_sux
01/12/2012 14:05:00
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ro6ertj. If a loss go for Hotdogs, if we win Japanese all the way! Enjoy you loongggg Xmas & New Year break ;-)
mountainyid
01/12/2012 14:05:00
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what_sux..the girls hot, but those toys are scary, especially the one at the back!
mountainyid
01/12/2012 14:07:00
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Our starting team today: Lloris, Naughton, Dawson, Caulker, Vertonghen, Sandro, Dembele, Lennon, Bale, Dempsey & Defoe
what_sux
01/12/2012 14:08:00
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Our subs: Friedel, Walker, Gallas, Carroll, Livermore, Sigurdsson & Falque
what_sux
01/12/2012 14:11:00
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Interesting, Walker benched?
mountainyid
01/12/2012 14:13:00
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Just when he started to up his game?
mountainyid
01/12/2012 14:13:00
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WEST HAM 2 - 1 CHELSEA LOL
spurring you on
01/12/2012 14:28:00
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4 Man City 36 19 7 10 64 30
5 Man Utd 35 17 9 9 60 12
6 West Ham 35 15 14 6 59 17
7 Southampton 36 16 9 11 57 14
8 Liverpool 35 15 10 10 55 11
9 Chelsea 35 12 12 11 48 7
10 Stoke 36 13 9 14 48 -14
11 Everton 35 10 14 11 44 6
12 Watford 35 12 8 15 44 -6
13 Swansea 36 11 10 15 43 -13
14 WBA 36 10 11 15 41 -14
15 AFC Bournemouth 36 11 8 17 41 -20
16 Crystal Palace 36 10 9 17 39 -10
17 Newcastle 36 8 9 19 33 -25
18 Sunderland 35 7 11 17 32 -18
19 Norwich 35 8 7 20 31 -26
R Aston Villa 36 3 7 26 16 -45
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