"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


Thursday, June 23, 2005

Official Fixtures released.

Well it appears that the leaked fixtures were completely wrong with regard to Spurs who actually play West Ham, at Upton Park, on the last day of the season, not the first. With any luck Defoe and Carrick will relegate them.

We start with an away trip to Portsmouth with the first home game against Middlesborough. We then travel north to Blackburn before two home games against The Russian Mafia and Liverpool after that. We play the scum at home at the end of October. Other notable fixtures include West Ham at home on November 19th and Manchester United at home on April 17th.

The start is pretty tricky but should give us an early indication of the type of season we will have assuming we only have one manager for once. Over the time Jol was the boss Spurs would have finished fourth so that is a promising sign. However the away form fell apart after Boxing Day and we will have to score more goals if we are to improve on 9th next season. If Spurs are making progress I would expect us to enjoy an opening day victory against Portsmouth, who will struggle in my opinion this year, before taking maximum points against our European challengers 'Boro. Blackburn away should also be three points but as it Spurs you never can tell!


In other news Frank "I'm a Qunt" Arnesen was spotted having lunch with the Mafia on his boat. Hope it sinks.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on you Spurs!!

9:23 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's interesting. Most people seem to think it's most likely that West Ham may decide Spurs' Premiership survival on the last day. With an attitude like the one above most neutrals will hope that West Ham do supply the final nail in Tottenham's Premiership coffin.

9:42 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"That's interesting. Most people seem to think it's most likely that West Ham may decide Spurs' Premiership survival on the last day."

Utter nonsense.

9:47 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'll be suprised if west ham get a single point this season, they've forgotton what the prem'a about!


9:52 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It'll be worth waiting just a little bit longer to beat the Scum

9:57 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just remember that over the last 2 seasons Portsmouth have done us away from home

9:58 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...


10:02 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I said 'scum' I should have qualified my remark! I meant YIDSCUM

10:11 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

cockface piss off our forum...

10:46 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the neutral above has a point though. I think we will struggle this season. It's Jol that worries me. His heart's just not in it. Most of the players aren't Spurs through and through and won't give a shit when things start going wrong. I'm worried!

11:20 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

by d way this site is total sh*t but dats not suprising considering its a spurs site.

i just like to say cant wait for the 19th November so we can smash up all your pubs again.

come on you irons

11:33 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What was that last comment all about??!!

Have you forgotten that we are talking about FOOTBALL? Either get a life or go and vent your anger down the gym. That kind of cave man attitude is just not funny.

11:53 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

if this site is so sh*t why are you reading it?

11:53 PM, June 23, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

typical spammers comment. "duugh im well thick, grew up in a slum and my team is shite , lets go brake something"

12:19 AM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

intellectual yid, Brake or do you mean "break"

7:33 AM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lets face it yids you are propa pony-all you do is chat about how youre gonna do this that and the other and just end up mid table evry season-charlton r a bigger club than u!
Up the Hammers u yid scumbags!

8:56 AM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think Spurs would relegate West Spunk at the end of the season. They would have been long gone. My fear is if we are playing for a Euro place, West Spunk would play their hearts - like 95 against Manure - and deny us. I am hopeful, it wouldn't come to that.

As for Pompey, we will beat them. It would have been a certain 3 points if we had played a club like Boro first and them gone to Pompey as we have a habit of starting badly when the opposition is not a top team.

As for the rest of the qunts who are saying silly things about Jol, they can phuck right off.
West Spunk would finish 20. They would be choking - by march - on the spanking they arte going to get in the EPL. They can then go back and enjoy derbies with Milwall, and Cardiff.

9:17 AM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It says something about Gooners and Wank Ham's sites that they feel the need to spend time in other clubs forums. It also says a lot about their fans. Fcuk off out scum!!

10:56 AM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wank Ham and Gooners, fcuk off out of our forum!!

11:00 AM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had an email, thought I would share with you all....

Dear Chel$ki,

Hello. I have CC'ed Daniel Levy into this letter, so that any confusion of timelines can be avoided.

Basically, I feel that one or two things have to be said. Considering that you, as a club, are always in the limelight, I felt one or two words from a unbiased member of the footballing word should help to comfort any worries you have about your image and profile.

There is, without a shadow of a doubt, no doubt that Chel$ki FC are the biggest footballing institution in world football. This is because of your rich tapestry of a history, reaching far back, way back to such events as the 1967 FA Cup final. Through the last century, although there was failure in winning silverware every decade from the 1950's onwards - players of today’s generation want to join Chel$ki because you are a 'big club'. Prestigious. I laugh at people who suggest they want to sign up to you because of the wages they could earn, and the instant fix of success as you attempt to monopolise your way to glory. What do these idiots know?

The fact of the matter is, Chel$ki have fought hard to get where they currently are. Any club who can fight off debts of £95M deserves credit. And credit is due at Stamford Bridge. I think its amazing, that you can go from crowds of less than 10,000 a decade and a bit ago - to winning over brand new fans, who are now 100% Chel$ki fanatics. Some people would call them 'fair weather' fans or 'glory hunters'. I would call them, true football fans who simply want to be associated with a winning team.

I think its also unfair that some sections of the footballing world and media state that what you guys are doing is 'bad for football' and that you are 'buying glory'. Yes, can you believe that? I dont think this is the case at all. How can it be? You haven’t actually bought any super-star signings. Surely this proves something. Spending £24M on Drogba is simply an intent on 'getting your man'. I mean, why spend his value (which is probably £5M) when you can spend £24M? Its simple logic. It’s like having a big cock. If you have a big cock, you become a porn star and flash it around. You dont go out with the girl next door, and shag her once per month.

I know some people who even say that the title was won only because of Arsenals inconsistency and Man Utd’s demise. But I dont believe that.

And what of all this 'tapping up' business? I believe that if you want to hold talks with players of other clubs in public restaurants - then you should. As the elequont Bobby Brown once sang:

"Its my prerogative, and I can do what I wanna do"

Its not like you are a small club struggling to understand how it is to behave like a great club.

You simply want your cake to eat it. All of it. And why not. Its yours to eat.

Players of other clubs, should show no loyalty - and sign for you because you can afford to outbid anyone - even Real Madrid. Therefore, this instantly makes you better than anyone else. Ever. People who cant see this should wipe the shit away from their eyes.

You are untouchable. Invincible.

That’s why Anersen has turned his back on Spurs. Because he has seen that the challenge at Stamford Bridge is a huge one. And that any success there will be something that warms the heart. I mean, lets look at Anersen for a moment. He was set to quit the game, before Levy talked him into 3 years at the Lane. So, that’s one season (+ wages) that he has got which he wouldn’t have got had he just quit. But then, why worry about what people think of you if you can jump ship and earn three times as much for three times less work?

I would? If someone headhunted me in my field of work, why shouldn’t I leave? Why should I show loyalty? Its all about money isn’t it? That’s all that matters. Money. Nothing else.

Because lets face it, working at a desk job is EXACTLY the same thing as being a pro-footballer (or anything else in football) and working in an industry where your decision doesn’t just effect you - but also effects hundreds and thousands of footballing fans.

Bah, I dont know....some people, hey?

So, be proud Chel$ki FC. Because the underlying truth is that everyone loves you. From a hardcore Spurs fan; no hard feelings.

Anyways, must dash. I'm visiting a friend in Southend. He has a rowing boat. Its a social thing.


3:21 PM, June 24, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

how do you follow that??

7:40 PM, August 05, 2005


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