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What kind of season can we expect? We need some silver ware! But can we win the League!

Spurs points return last season would have been enough to win the title in 11 other Premier League seasons, with our best ever total of 86 and our goal difference of 60, it was the highest of a non-title winning team since the Prem started. We are currently one of the most consistent sides in the Premier League and Poch is adamant that he already has the squad to work with this season and our lack of activity in the Transfer market indicates that he is hoping our fringe players in the squad live up to expectations this campaign. We were the best defensive side in the domestic league last season but we failed to compete for the title in the final month of last season, just like the season before.

If we are to go one better this season we have to make Wembley home, just 2 wins out of 9 at Wembley is not good. Last season our set piece plays (free kicks and corners) were poor, one of our biggest issues is the lack of set-piece takers. Christian Eriksen is our best dead ball taker but we failed to score a single goal from a direct dead ball last season. We all know about the high press but we saw how easily our attack could be turned into a scrambled defence when we lose the ball in the middle of the park, we need to manage the ball better and we need to make more interceptions. We made 314 interceptions last season in the league, the least for any side in the competition.

So let's look at the players for this campaign. For me the key person will be Eriksen. He normally starts a season slowly and comes on strong later. Last season he finished the second half with eight goals and 15 assists in the League. Eriksen is now in his fourth year with the club. Last season he did not score in the League until November 26 with only three assists. Eriksen himself admitted; 'I will try to be more consistent through the whole season. I want to be part of the elite in football, even though it is not my job to say whether I am there or not. My numbers for goals and assists have been pretty good every season and I want to make sure they keep going in the right direction. We have the potential to do better than last season. We all have one more year of experience, especially in the Champions League. We didn't play that badly last year but we will be more used to Wembley this time. We want to play in this competition every year.'

Then there is Harry, can he break the August curse? If he can't who will score the goals in August? The injuries are piling up already Wanyama is a doubt Trippier is crocked Rose and Son won't be back until end of August and Lamela will be out until October. Josh Onomah is at Villa so Janssen had better find some form soon!

Sissoko may play despite rumours with Trabzonspor. Sissoko could come good and we saw something of the 'old beast' in him against Juve. If Spurs can't rotate we fall into the trap of our rival clubs knowing exactly how we will set ourselves up each time we play, which could put us at a disadvantage. We can't afford to become predictable, although there is everything to be said for having a team that knows each other inside out, it only takes a couple of injuries to affect our balance as we saw when we lost Kane and Alders and then Rose last season. Whatever 11 players go out on the pitch you know what you are going to get from Spurs but that may not be to our advantage. We need options.

Nkoudou could add something to our side, he was limited to just eight Premier League appearances in 2016/17, totalling just 83 minutes. Georges never got a full league game to prove himself. We need pace down the flanks especially the right-hand side and N`Koudou could offer that this season. His cross to Janssen against Roma last month shows the potential he has. I hope MoPo gives him his chance as we could do with his ability to use the width of the pitch something we certainly need at Wembley. An attacking three of Kane, Eriksen and Alli is arguably the best in the Premier League when playing in a 3-4-2-1. It puts Eriksen and Alli as close to Kane as possible and allows them to exploit the space in central areas. Nkoudou, however, provides a very different option to any one of those three forwards, giving us a greater degree of tactical flexibility, allowing Poch to switch to a 4-2-3-1, which will use Nkoudou`s skillset to greater effect in that formation which may, in turn, help Janssen improve his conversion ratio.

We all know what happened last time we played the Toons and you can expect some reminders coming from the Toon army on Sunday, losing 5-1 to a team that was already relegated! I imagine MOPO will be reminding the players in the dressing room of how much that hurt. A three-point opener will be essential if we are to gather some momentum going into the Chelski game but who will Poch pick given our injuries especially at right back and will Poch risk Wanyama and Son?

According to reports, Newcastle United fans are worried about their forward options for the new season after Dwight Gayle was completely left out of the squad that played against Hellas Verona last weekend. The Magpies main forward choices for this season are expected to be Mitrovic and Gayle, and many feel that this will not be sufficient considering that Mitrovic was not exactly convincing in the Championship last season. Rafa mentioned earlier last week that the side that he selected to play last weekend will be near enough the side that will be selected to face Spurs which means that Gayle is likely to miss out and Mitrovic will be playing up front or Ayoze Perez. Rob Eliot will likely start in goal, while the defence will be occupied by Javier Manquillo, Florian Lejeune, Ciaran Clark and Paul Dummett.

Newcastle do have options up front with Siem De Jong, Ayoze Perez, Jonjo Shelvey, Mo Diame and Matt Ritchie but Newcastle still want to sign a striker before the transfer window closes, but they need to shift some of the deadwood. The Toons have spent £31.2m so far bringing Jacob Murphy from Norwich for £12m, while fees have been paid on Christian Atsu, centre back Florian Lejuene and one-time Reds full-back Javi Manquillo to their squad. Benitez is now looking to make winger and midfielder additions - with Adama Traore and Jesus Navas the names being mentioned.

Spurs win?

Hope so, maybe the club will make a DVD of it!



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Writer:OyVeh Maria
Date:Friday August 11 2017
Time: 8:58AM

Comments

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We are slow starters most seasons, with Harry and his August goal drought. I think our quality will show on Sunday, tight game but I see us edging this one 1-0 or 2-1 COYSS!!!!!
Thats Entertainment
11/08/2017 09:47:00
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Given the injury to Trippier and the lack of a like-for-like replacement, I'd go with a 4231 with Dier having to fill in at RB. There were already question marks about Rose's fitness on the left side, but given his recent statements, I doubt MP will play him at all. The other question mark is who will play in attacking midfield next to Alli and Eriksen, with Son out and Lamela a fitness worry. That leaves Sissoko or N'Koudou, and I'd personally lean towards Sissoko, hoping he can play like he did against Juventus. My 11 would be Lloris, Dier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Wanyama, Dembélé, Sissoko, Alli, Eriksen, Kane. Beyond Vorm and Wimmer, that leaves a bench of unproven or unfit players. Let's just hope that Harry has his scoring boots on from the first game on, and doesn't wait until mid September to start scoring...
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 10:01:00
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If we win then it doesn't matter who scores the goal or goals. As for Harry, I get the strong feeling that we will again see him step it up yet another gear this season. Can he get even better? Yes he can. They all can.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 10:58:00
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Harry only failed to score in the first 3 PL matches last year. That was not a goal drought or an "August curse". He then scored in the following two games and got himself injured in the 5th one against Sunderland.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 11:07:00
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Last season we sprinted out the blocks, but I think we were more settled, had less injury problems and we had WHL, which helped a lot with our dominant home form. I don't think we have a good record vs Newcastle, so on paper, should be a test, but I still expect us to win. If Sissoko starts, he'll have to keep his composure because the Newcastle fans won't exactly be throwing him a "welcome home" party..
Guyver
11/08/2017 11:09:00
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Rose and Victor Moses were converted from wingers to wing backs, I was thinking maybe N'Koudou could possibly learn the RWB position in a 3421. He seems to have the work rate and the pace for it at least.
Guyver
11/08/2017 11:12:00
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As Dele Arri says, Kane not scoring in August is heavily contrived. In his break out season, he wasn't first choice, so did not start season. I do not care so much as long as he keeps scoring 20+ in a season. I'd go for 3 at the back, Davies and Sissoko on wings... Additionally Sissoko back to old club should shake things up a bit...
TonyRich
11/08/2017 11:28:00
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Sorry for picking up on the article again but how did we fail to compete for the title in the last month of the season, having won 13 of our last 14 matches? We did our utmost to win it. Chelsea just did a bit better.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 11:31:00
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Anyway, it's good to see you back OyVeh as it means just one thing. The season is about to kick off. And all our chatter about will we can we are we should we and all the ifs we can muster, will have some real meaning at last.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 11:36:00
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Great article. At last we can talk about real football. I'm concerned about the team cohesion and focus after the Rose affair. I will be looking at the demeanor of the players and their intensity early in the match. I may not get to see it live as I will be traveling that day, so I may have to be satisfied with just the extended highlights. COYS! Let's get a win form game 1. Something we haven't done for a couple seasons.
jvd
11/08/2017 11:46:00
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I think we should rest Harry for this one. VJ needs a run out. Play KWP, Winks, CCV, definitely Sissoko and one or two of the kids. Rotation will be key to a successful season. If we can't beat Newcastle with our fringe players, then who can we beat? But, I'm going for a draw though whoever plays.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 12:32:00
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Tony - In Kane's breakout season, Soldado was the starter at the beginning of the season so indeed Kane didn't start the season. However, in his second season for the senior team (when he won his first golden boot), Kane was the started but began very slowly (only scoring one goal between the first game and Oct 25, 2015, when we beat City). In his 3rd senior season (last year), Kane scored his first goal on Sept. 10, 2016 against Stoke. However we turn it, in the last 2 seasons he has had a habit of not scoring in August. Those are facts... How much we want to read into that is a different story, but my original comment wasn't meant to be very serious - I think Kane will be at his usual excellent self on Sunday.
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 13:12:00
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The BBC report that Trippier and Rose are definitely out against Newcastle due to injury, but Trippier's injury is apparently not as bad as feared and his recovery time should be counted in weeks, not months.
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 13:17:00
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Newcastle 0 - 3 Spurs (but I wouldn't be surprised if it was 1- 5).
Geofspurs
11/08/2017 13:40:00
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This is the first test. Can we start on the front foot. Never mind Jannson needs a run out, or picking CCV or KWP, we need to pick our strongest available team, give it our all, and start with 3 points. We need to overcome our defensive frailties resulting from Trippier, Rose, and of course Walker all missing. Given our iffy record v Newcastle I am hoping for, rather than expecting a win.
Frank
11/08/2017 13:45:00
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It's Janssen Frank. JANS SEN! Walker is not missing, he has moved. Defensive frailties? Lets see first if they are at all frail, whoever plays. They might just be sensational, eh? It would be nice now that the pre season is drawing to a close that for once we can all try and at least not write Spurs off (OUR TEAM) before the first bloody whistle has blown. Wake up and repeat after me. Spurs are Great, Spurs are Great......... Spurs are GREAT! And, if we do lose or even worse draw (?), then we can all start sobbing into in our cold chicken soup and cry out loud over the stale spilt milk of our failure and yet another predicted season of stone cold misery!
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 14:01:00
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There, I feel much better now......... Now I can once again look forward to some more wonderful and sometimes breathtakingly good Spurs football. ..... And, relax.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 14:09:00
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Must win nothing less then 3 points to make a statement. Don't think it will happen. Coys
123spurs
11/08/2017 14:23:00
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I think it goes without saying that we all hope for a positive result. It's just that confidence isn't sky high at the moment, for fairly obvious reasons. As you always say DA, we can't be sure until the final whistle is blown, but the chances remain that the more talent you exclude from the starting lineup (through injuries, player departures or other), the harder it is to win games. There is still a strong case to be made that we still have more than enough talent to overcome Newcastle of course, so we'll just hang on to that.
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 14:40:00
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I know BS and I'll be nervous when we kick off. I'm just trying to remain positive before it all gets underway. I did write all that with a slight grin on my face. It was fake anger I assure both you and Frank.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 14:43:00
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So, Liverpool state yet again very clearly that Coutinho is not for sale. He then, almost straight away, makes a transfer request. ;-) Get in there Levy! He'd look great sitting on our bench for the odd League cup game.
Dele-Arri
11/08/2017 15:09:00
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That would be a rather catastrophic blow for them. I'm not sure who they can go out and sign to replace him.
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 15:14:00
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Rose, GK, Tripper and Lamela are out.

Personally I would go with three at the back if Wanyama is fit to start in midfield and play young KWP as a right wing back. He will have less defending to do as a wing back and it gives us a chance to see how he fairs. If he struggles we can take him off at half time and slot Dier in there and go to a back four. Maybe with the assurance of a back three KWP can feel more confident. I would play Wanyama and Dembele in the middle and then of course Dele, Eriksen and Kane.

If KWP doesn't cope drop Dier in at RB and bring on Son if he is fit or push Dembele further forward and bring on Winks depends on the score line and how we are doing.

I assume Son is available even if not sharp so a good 30mins in the second half would be welcomed. I see no reason not to try KWP out even though I have stated clearly I don't think he is ready to be back up, but what do I know.

If he doesn't start then Poch is basically saying he isn't ready, and then I would suggest he would go for four at the back with Dier as RB and play Sissoko. I was suprised Marcus Edwards didn't have a squad number
It'sME
11/08/2017 15:27:00
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Another option is to play 3 at the back and play Sissoko as a wing back. If Victor Moses can do it, why not Sissoko? He's got all of the physical attributes to play there.
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 15:40:00
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Lois, Dier, Aldeverald, Davies, Sissoko, Winks, Dembele, Deli, Erikson, Kane
asherthesmasher
11/08/2017 17:39:00
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Oh and Verts lol 3-4-3
asherthesmasher
11/08/2017 17:41:00
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Anybody have any clue on how the oppo will line up on Sunday ?
Arky
11/08/2017 17:59:00
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Belgian.... 2 seasons in a row do not make a trend on their own.... That is also a fact.... If Kane fails to score this August and plays most of those games, then I will be the first to state that Kane has a habit of not scoring in August. If he scores this August, then there never was a trend... Let's see. As I said, as long as he gets 20 odd goals, no problem either way.
TonyRich
11/08/2017 22:56:00
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Tony - given the injury crisis and the lack of game changers on the bench, we could use Kane's goals earlier this year. Let's hope for a solid performance from him from the first game.
BelgianSpur
11/08/2017 23:44:00
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As for Coutinho, Liverpool should let him go. The timing is terrible, and unforgivable. But 4 years at an underachieving Liverpool: no trophies, 2nd, 6th, 8th, 4th, and 25 years old plus, a player of his quality should be allowed to move to Barca. As for Rose, Neville is correct....get fit, get playing well first, and then look to move. If Spurs fail to meet his expectations, then we should also let him go, as he is 27 years old plus, and has served Spurs for 10 years, with the last 3 being a prominent player. Whilst Rose has done well, I do feel that he was a hair's breadth away from being a second tier player. The Sunderland loan, AVB'S persistence, and Poch's tactics have put him where he is now. He shouldn't get too far ahead of himself and show some humility.
TonyRich
11/08/2017 23:53:00
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Belgian - Kane coming straight out with guns blazing would be most welcome.
TonyRich
11/08/2017 23:56:00
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The season has started. Thank God Arsenal won. You all know how hard it is to shift Leicester once they are on top .... the season would be over before it started!
Geofspurs
12/08/2017 01:11:00
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Wanyama and Son are fit so we could see a stronger squad than expected tomorrow.
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 09:16:00
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That's a bonus. It will make the squad look much stronger if they're in it. After our Juve performance I feel very confident about this one.
Geofspurs
12/08/2017 09:58:00
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I am very excited to see how we start the season given a full pre season under Poch without the interruptions (and morality hammering) that the international tournaments have on our payers! 4-0 the Spurs!!!
spurticus87
12/08/2017 12:04:00
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W5D5L12 is spurs record over 22 matches Vs Newcastle. This match will be tough and benitez is a good manager. After losing the last 2 games vs NC, inflicting MP's heaviest defeat 5-1 spurs are due for some revenge, Kane, Ali and Ce have to make the extra quality tell in the attacking areas.
palmover
12/08/2017 12:06:00
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Son being fit is a big boost. As for Arsenal's win last night, it was a perfect example of why having a good squad counts. The have also been hit hard by injuries in their back 4, and that showed. However, they had enough depth to bring on 2 subs in Ramsey and Giroud who both scored and won them the game. 11 for 11 I would take ours any day of the week. But having Giroud instead of a Janssen-type player is a big difference. How many points has he rescued/won for them in the last 2 seasons? Not flashy but you could do a lot worse off the bench.
BelgianSpur
12/08/2017 12:13:00
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Where is the Mancock? Has he been transferred?
Love totty
12/08/2017 13:12:00
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LT .... He's been re-born!
Geofspurs
12/08/2017 13:45:00
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Love totty, your guess is as good as mine... However, I'm On the Job, and I'll get straight back to you, Up the Spurs!
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 13:48:00
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I wonder...... how much money have Burnley have spent this TW?
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 15:34:00
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They are also playing at 11 v. 10 since the 15th minute. They weren't quite as comfortable with Cahill on the pitch...
BelgianSpur
12/08/2017 15:40:00
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Sendings off are part of the game. Burnley have taken advantage and that is good. Let's see if they can hold on.
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 15:47:00
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you can say that AGAIN! Lol!
Critical_Spur
12/08/2017 16:36:00
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Hands up, who feels sorry for Chelsea?
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 16:45:00
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Let's see if will be laughing next week if we fail to beat Chelsea.
123spurs
12/08/2017 16:53:00
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Abramovic is a stingy owner. Should've made a big offer the right players.......ala Rose!
Critical_Spur
12/08/2017 16:54:00
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Chelsea .... Crap bench, rubbish manager. They need to spend more money. I blame their tight-fisted owners. That's two less when they play us. When was the last time the champions were relegated? Never? Okay, so I'm over-reacting a tad.
Geofspurs
12/08/2017 17:03:00
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So 123 has a little sympathy for them it seems. ...... Next weeks match is another day. Today Chelsea lost to Burley at home. I'm not sure why but that does make me quite happy.
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 17:05:00
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And of course, they will now be without Cahill and Fabregas for their visit to White Hot Wembley....
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 17:06:00
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I will take the result of course, but it's a bit early to draw any definitive conclusions about Chelsea is all. They also had a slowish start last year and we know how that ended.
BelgianSpur
12/08/2017 17:09:00
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BS, I think we are all aware that this result is probably a one off and that Chelsea are still quite a reasonable outfit. They're not that bad. Just bad today. LOL
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 17:12:00
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Welcome back to the top, Huddersfield Town. Good result. ... Now, if Danny still fancies a move back up north? You never know. They could be this seasons Foxes.
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 17:15:00
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Just don't count it chickens before they hatch remember the last time we played them in Wembley fa cup and we were heavy favourites dominated the game and lost 4-2. So I won't get carried away like some.
123spurs
12/08/2017 17:57:00
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BS .... Thanks for your insight. I agree. I think one game is a bit early to draw conclusions. Just a bit!
Geofspurs
12/08/2017 18:00:00
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123, I don't count chickens I just eat 'em! With spuds, usually.
Dele-Arri
12/08/2017 18:05:00
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Just don't choke
123spurs
12/08/2017 18:29:00
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City 0-0 with Burnley at HT. Looks like City and Chelsea are both out of the title race. We can clinch the league with a win tomorrow! That's this season sorted then.
Geofspurs
12/08/2017 18:50:00
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I only saw the second half of the Chelsea v Burnley game but I can say for sure Morata is a handful. If he was on from the start I would have to say there would have been a different outcome to the game. Burnley were very tired in the last 20 minutes and had it not been for Frabregas red card I'm pretty sure Chelsea would have gotten an equalizer at least. They will come out to play us and our guys better be up for it.
jvd
12/08/2017 23:18:00
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Chelsea have started with a 100% record, let's hope they keep it up next weekend
E17YID
13/08/2017 02:59:00
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I felt that Cahill's red was a touch harsh.... I do not like to see games ruined by early reds like that. It could have been a yellow and warning, but yes the studs were up. I guess that means that Chelsea will be without Cahill and Fabregas against us...as well as missing Hazard through injury. Burnley showed us how to cause Chelsea problems, despite having numerical advantage, so we must learn. I expect Morata to start, and he looked good. I do expect Chelsea to get better, so it is a good time to face them.
TonyRich
13/08/2017 06:42:00
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Thought the ref at the Chelsea game was excellent. He actually enforced the laws of the game. Defenders are getting away with bad tackles every game, ask Alli and Harry. Also good to see Fabregas cautioned for disrespect. He is a real s*** stirrer in every game. Just a shame that Azpilicueta didn't follow him into the book. Bet we don't see much of that ref this season, especially in Chelsea and Utd games.
Harry-Kari
13/08/2017 07:36:00
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I watched wat v liv ... that ref was a joke, he really did favour liverpool. ... Cahill, had to go make no mistake clumsy or not .. studs were showing and could of broke the players leg. Let's just hope the refs will be consistent ... and retrospective bans for diving are enforced for all players ... personally, the ref should be advised on the day and if simulating a straight red .. so the team lose the advantage on the day .. rather than the next 1-3 teams benefitting from cheating.
E17YID
13/08/2017 08:47:00
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Martial... Now we are talking!!!! Hopefully the Rose situation has kicked us into action!!!
spurticus87
13/08/2017 09:23:00
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If any one is interested, there is a fan called Chris cowlin. He does a weekly progress on the stadium on YouTube, well worth a look for some of our fans who can't get there his videos are really good please check them out.
E17YID
13/08/2017 09:52:00
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Geof - stating the obvious, but Chelsea will again be there or thereabouts and Morata looks a player. After one game it's easy to see that Arsenal and Liverpool still have massive holes in their back 4 though.
BelgianSpur
13/08/2017 10:11:00
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So, I presume that if Spurs have a bad day today (as Chelsea did, yesterday), that we will all be saying it's too early to judge them and that we shouldn't forget how we were Chelsea's closest title challengers for the best part of a season, whilst breaking all kinds of records etc. Or (123 and others), will you start panicking? And 123, will you start slagging the team off yet again or revel in telling the rest of us supporters to not to be putting all our eggs into our Tottenham-sized baskets? Or maybe something like: "Who came first, the Chavvy or the Cockerel"? I'm sure that if we win and win easily. that you'll probably just stay quiet. LoL.
Dele-Arri
13/08/2017 10:36:00
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As much as I have always liked Rose as a player, I'm so glad that he won't be around the team today. I'm also hoping to see Davies playing at his very best. Which is pretty good, and probably more than good enough. ......... How much is that doggie in the window? The one with the waggly ........ Tongue!
Dele-Arri
13/08/2017 10:43:00
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Well said dele, I am hoping we will win. It's not a revenge game it's purely, go there and get a win 3 points are 3 points that's all I care about . , wins breed confidence ... we have the same 11 fit bar trippier. Will we get 8, ? Or that asking to much liecester 6 hull 7 Newcastle 8 lol .
E17YID
13/08/2017 10:44:00
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Geoff, if you have not got or don't know. Got to optus.com.au and you can register to watch the first 3 games free. If people in the uk have a ip blocker then u can also
E17YID
13/08/2017 10:46:00
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I doubt very much if there is any mileage in the Martial story. What wages is he on at Man Utd?
Gary Onedaysoon
13/08/2017 11:36:00
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E17 .... Thanks for the info, mate. Since the matches went to Optus I've got used to watching delayed games on Foxtel via 'Spurs TV'. At least I get to see them all. I'll wait to find out the team today and then hide from all news outlets until I see the game at 5:30pm tomorrow (10:30am your time).
Geofspurs
13/08/2017 11:43:00
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E17 .... I meant UK time, not your time.
Geofspurs
13/08/2017 12:21:00
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#THFC: Lloris (C), Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Dembele, Sissoko, Eriksen, Dele, Kane. #COYS
Dele-Arri
13/08/2017 12:24:00
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Hey Spuds, there's a new Kyle in town! C'mon KWP. C'mon you Spurs!
Dele-Arri
13/08/2017 12:26:00
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