"It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we of Spurs have set our sights very high, so high in fact that even failure will have in it an echo of glory." Bill Nicholson. SPURS


Wednesday, November 17, 2004

News Round Up.

Dean Richards has received the very welcome news that it is "highly unlikely" that he has a brain tumor. I wish Dean well and hope he can make a speedy recovery and add competition for places at the back.

Further defensive news as Callum Davenport has been recalled from West Ham. West Ham fans loved him and said he was one of the best players down at the Canning Town Bingo and Social Club and Arnesen has recalled him. I hope he gets a look in as his form has been good in The Championship and maybe challenge Naybet for his place after an indifferent game against the filth. I hope he hasn't been recalled to sit back in the reserves and only time will tell.

Erik Edman was named best defender at the Swedish Football awards. Well done to Big Frank for picking up what could be a superb full back for Spurs, a million miles away from typical full backs like Justin Edingburgh and Dean Austin.

Sean Davis continues to recover from injury, the swelling in his knee has gone down but he is still at least 2 months away.

And finally, The Scum are at it again with reserve keeper Graham Stack charged with raping a girl in his South London flat. Oh, and Frank McKlintok has been slagging off Spurs managers referring to a book called "Ten Little Niggers". Nice one Arsenal.


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