"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


Tuesday, October 04, 2005

News Round up.

Spurs have appied for planning permission for a new academy and training facilities at Bulls Cross in Enfield. Supports will remember that a large wedge of cash was wasted on a similar proposal in Abridge, Essex a couple of years ago. Lets hope this one is succssful.

Bunjevcevic, the Serbian Trevor Brooking apparently, has broken his toe and will face a few eeks out on the sidelines. In other injury news Mido's hamstring is responding well to treatment so i would expect him to be fit for Everton at home on Saturday week.

Aaron Lennon has been promoted from the England Under 20 sqaud to the Under 21s. Martin Jol said,

"Wayne Routledge is a similar type of player and we bought Aaron as cover for the future.”

"But Routledge was injured and we lacked width again. I gave Aaron his debut against Liverpool and I thought he did well in the second half and then he was our best player at Grimsby.

"He’s very quick and he’s a real Spurs player — talented, quick and he can score a goal as well, our fans haven’t seen it yet but I promise he can score as well. I’m delighted not just for him but to have him here as well.”



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