Take note, mark the date, kiss whoever you love, (or anyone you want to), laugh at all your non-Spurs mates the next time they try the jibe, it's official, the death of 'Spursy' happened at the home of one of Europe's greats.
The slow spiraling death of 'Spursy' has been coming for the last two seasons, less and less have we had to cringe as the barb was chucked about by both Spurs fans and foes alike. We are not flat track bullies as we were once accused of being, we're now firmly a team with depth, focus and the eyes firmly on the prize.
This coach, his coaching team, the whole squad, is now made of sterner stuff; it has a backbone, it has desire and now more than ever it has mental fortitude and self belief in spades.
The contrast between last nights meeting and our previous encounters in the Champions league was crystal clear.
When we bought Llorente I opined that sooner or late in some games we'd see him starting side by side with Harry, but I never once thought I'd see it happen for the first time against a team of Real Madrid's pedigree and class and in their back yard.
It seems a few were quick to judge and decided Poch was committing the footballing equivalent of self immolation.
I wasn't at the game, but a friend who was called me when the team was announced and said
'Poch has been reading his own reviews, this will end him, has he gone mad? '
I disagreed, but inside my stomach churned and as I started watching the game with some friends (not Spurs fans) and awaited what I thought was the inevitable., they too could sense my discomfort, the banter started and the 'Spursy' barb was bandied about.
At the end of the game, all, one after another agreed we were impressive and really should have won.
The formation worked, Llorente worked, it all worked.
Yes, we had scares, but I'd argue that we should have won, use the same approach and beat the Bundesliga's leaders in their own back yard and our silly long odds will be slashed again.
Before our Dortmund home performance I'd suggested that for us to show our maturity, our new mentality that we had to show we can now absorb pressure and respond and play on the counter, as it was, for me, it was a seminal game that showed that we had arrived, it was tge beginning of the end of 'Spursy', last night was finally the nail in it's coffin.
Poch has turned Spurs into a different proposition, we're a team that doesn't crumble under pressure anyone, we don't flatter only to deceive and disappoint.
We're even winning games when we don't look at our best, all signs of a club that's on the rise.
The 'Spursy' days have been put to rest and for all the flack that some have and still give Poch it's clear that he's stamped his mentality, his approach on the whole club now.
Dare we dream of going all the way to this years Champions League final?