"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, February 01, 2006

Spurs get lucky after screw up.

We lost to Fulham yesterday after Jol made a mistake and played Rasiak over Defoe while the ref made even larger mistakes ignoring a blatent penalty and red card offenses and then the player who should have been having an early bath scoring the winner in injury time. You could not make it up and I hope the dreadful Howard Webb is exposed in the coming months and is promptly demoted out fo the Premiership where he is not up to the job.

Luckily though, all our rivals either lost or drew today with West Ham doing us the biggest favour by beating the scum at The Library. However, had we beaten Villa and Fulham, like we should have done in both, we would now be five points better off, a massive 9 points ahead of the scum. Other results have let us off the hook this week but I think that it could come back to haunt us at the end of the season, especially with our difficult run in.

We bought Moany Murphy in from Charlton at the end of yesterday but I am not entirely sure where he will play. Ghaly also joined, a tough tackling midfielder to replace Brown and probably Davids in the long term. Murphy could be the key to getting Defoe and Keane firing togetehr though as he can put a wicked pass through when necessary and most importantly those passes will be along the floor. Lets face it, we are a bit long ball at the moment and this signing could change things.

Rasiak showed once again that he is shit and I hope to never see him in a Spurs shirt again. Defoe WILL leave in the summer if he can't get back in the team soon and everyone can see that Defoe is miles better than Rasiak, even when he has the strop. Sort it out Jol as the scum won't keep on giving us favours. We must beat Charlton on Saturday and Defoe must start with Keane if we are to achieve the three points.



Anonymous Anonymous said...


11:12 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

ive heard defoe is defo off to scouse land next season whatever happens for the rest of the season. if by a miracle we had signed torres he woulda gone yesterday.
yep, 4th place seems there on a plate yet we keep fucking up, very frustrating

11:14 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

DISAPPOINTMENT FOR JOL, no you are the disappointment Jol.

11:14 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


11:15 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Emre for Defoe?


Are you taking the piss?

11:18 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:12 , 11:14

I think its time to go to bed Numpty, good nite.

11:19 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is true we heve been lucky, and that we should be alot better off than we are, and that we need to get points from our upcoming games to stay where we are. We have 14 games, the next 7 bring us to the end of March when we will know alot more and this is our chance. Wins from the next 3 make things look very good, but more dropped points, and we will ultimately fail. We are missing Mido so badly, as Rasiak is hopeless and Defoe should play on Sunday. I think Murphy will have an important role, as he wil most likely be deployed at the top of a diamond, with Carrick (centre) Jenas (right) Davids (Left)ideally. This will give us more creativity and will hopefully give Keane and Defoe the chances they aren't getting.
It's not doom and gloom, and we stand a great chance of something big, the next 2 months will tell just how big. One things certain though, we must keep Mido fit as it shows massively how much we miss him, when he's not there.

11:20 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rasiak is a Butt Fucker

11:22 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...




11:25 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous 11:14 disappointment for Jol...disappointment for you mate, as criticising the man who has taken us from 14th to 4th in 14 months and given us hope, you are clearly mising out on is disappointing if you are a Spurs fan. Carry on criticising the man or grow up. Honestly would you want to go back 2 I dont think it better now...yes it is. Lets have a go at Jol...Fuck off!

11:26 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on you Rasiak!

11:26 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree with paxton , it is essential that rasiak is removed from the premises immeadiately.

i can understand why jol has persisted with him, but enough is enough. we cannot rely on the enemy fouling up in order to disguise our own campaign coming right off the rails.

defoe is off in the summer just as keane was forever off somewhere or another when he wasn't playing 1st team football.

the only possible suggestion i can make is to play him. forget the tall man plan and let him play from the kick off. he may not want to stay at a club that keeps him on the bench, but he wants to highlight his cause to sven.....and score goals, so play him.

i would be happier watching defoe look for his form over the next two games than watch rasiak fanny about humiliating himself for another two minutes.

wigan is rescheduled for the 19th is it?

11:28 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

For christs sake ignore 11.14

Must be a goon.

11:28 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Defoe is a World Class Striker who deserves first team football for him to get sharp he was pretty much the only spurs player to actually shoot at the Fulham Goal. Robbie Keane is great but will never be better than Jermain. Jol should persevere with The two shorter guys in the games in which Mido is not able to play. I also believe that all 3 players could fit in with Keane playing off of Mido. Sadly Rasiak is just devoid of any confidence and enough talent for a top premiership team like Tottenham. Personally after seeing how well future England Star Tom Huddlestone did I would like to see Lee Barnard given at least a substitutes place and a run out because he is actually scoring at least one goal every reserve match. Like many other Spurs Fans I was extremely frustrated with our past two results but we just look naff without Mido. We needed another big guy and to cash in on whatever Rasiak can be sold for (if anything).

11:32 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


(68 pts)

Charlton 3pts
Sunderland 3pts
Blackburn 3pts
Wigan 3pts
Bolton 3pts
West Brom 3pts
Man City 3pts
Birmingham 1pt
Newcastle 1pt
Everton 1pt
Man Utd 1pt
Arsenal 1pt
West Ham 1pt
Chelsea 0pt

If we drop more than 5 points we have little hope of Champs League unless Arsenal/Bolton have a bad finish. If we drop 8 points from this we may struggle for UEFA Cup. Anything between 20-27 points will get us into europe.

11:34 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rasiak is THE problem, Drop him.

Promote Barnard to the bench and play Keano & Defoe

Murphy will be a good addition just for being able to play killer passes ON THE FLOOR, to our 'Migdets' !!

Up The Spurs

11:35 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

No true spurs fan can argue with Jol, he has been amazing for us, he doesnt make snap decisions with team selection, keano has scored a few so he gets the run out for a while, fair enough. defoe should start against charlton with keane, and we will take 3 points from them comfortably, hopefully barnard will be on the bench and will come on for the last 15 minutes.

11:39 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That looks pretty good but I think

Charlton 3pts - correct
Sunderland 3pts - easily
Blackburn 3pts - should do
Wigan 3pts - probably
Bolton 3pts - more likely 1 point Bolton are so strong
West Brom 3pts - yep
Man City 3pts - yep
Birmingham 1pt - maybe 3pts
Newcastle 1pt - at the very least
Everton 1pt - yep
Man Utd 1pt - hopefully the minimum
Arsenal 1pt - would be satisfactory although if West Ham can go there and beat them we should be able to leave the SCUM with a parting memory of a North London Derby Defeat at H******y
West Ham 1pt - at least
Chelsea 0pt - Sadly almost definate

11:41 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rasiak was the problem last night. He has no ability to hold the ball, and bring others into play like Mido does. He cannot get close to winning a header, and is nowhere to be seen when Lennon puts a ball into the box. It is our biggest mistake we've made, and Rasiak makes Kanoute look like a great player in comparison. Mido would have scored in both the last 2 games, and we would be 3 points behind ManU. We must put this right and win on sunday.

11:43 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am gutted that we have brought in another right footed central midfielder when Pompey have brought in a genius in D'Alesandro who would have solved our problem on the left, he scores goals, and his brilliant flicks would have given Defoe and Keane the chances that they are just not getting at the moment. I leve i n South America and have followed him for around 4 years now and the kid is an imense talent. We really missed out.

11:43 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would have also liked to have seen Mounir El Hamdaoui given a substitutes role as he was rumoured to be the only player who Arnescum wanted to take to Chelski. He is supposedly well thought of from Spurs management such as Clive Allen yet we send him off to Derby, why?

11:45 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What worries me most is that we have, with other results going our way, done the hard work in getting into 4th position. Are we about to throw it all away? I certainly hope not.

The CL places (mainly 4th) are up for grabs and more open than it has been for ages, we are lucky enough in England to be granted 4 spots for the Biggest Club Competition in football.
So we must consolidate this position and do our very best to stay in the top 4 otherwise will we be to attract the TOP players in the world to N17 come the summer?
Let's not Fuck It Up

What Jol has done since his arrival has been fantastic and it's great that we can talk about Spurs as genuine CL contenders and brag to Le'Arse who are below us !!

We are definetely going places are why not let it happen now, not next year or 1 year in Uefa Cup to 'gain experiance'

Bollox to that, C'mon You Spurs !!

Champions League, let's have it !!

Possible oppo's at The Lane.....Milan.......Ronaldinho's Barcelona.......Madrid...GET IN !!

Keep Cheering, Ranting and Raving cos the Future's Spurs

11:47 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

buy emre? slagging off jol? you are a bunch of dickheads

11:48 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know what you mean about Bolton, but this could be our cup final, as it could decide one of the places or even keep us in the running. At the Lane we would be in the position we were in last year at Boro, but we would have home advantage that should see us home. I know one thing I am definitely going to the Bolton game.

11:48 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

D'alessandro is a real class talent hopefully we can nick him if Pompey go down with the other Spurs Rejects except for Pedro!

11:48 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

D'Alesandro is only on loan at Pompey though with a view to a permanent move should Pompey stay up

11:54 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rasiak was not on the pitch, we had 10 men for 90 mins, Defoe replaced Dawson, 10 men

Keane & Defoe all the way

11:54 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

With Rasiak on the field, I think we played with ten men the whole of yesterday afternoon. Murphy should replace Jenas who, in my opinion, does absolutely nothing out there.

11:55 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous dazza jim said...


Stop whingeing guys our first team should look something like this in a few weeks with everyone back from tournaments, injuries, etc...

Stalteri /Kelly
Dawson /Naybet
Lee /Kelly /Bunjevcevic
Murphy /Jenas
Davids /Huddlestone
Carrick /Ghaly /Marney (Is he back?)
Lennon /Reid /Jackson (Yes him, as our other wingers are apparently not required by our club at the mo!)
Mido /Barnard
Defoe /Keane

Not even scratched the surface of the reserve squad with this little bunch...

11:58 PM, February 01, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

pls pls dont play the pole again he is shit, defoe and keane should get it sorted becos there proving mj right, didnt want brown to go but i hope murphy does the business. Thank God the other teams below us did equally bad so this is a real chance for us to go on, watch routledge play for pompy and he was good so mj dont even think of selling him cos he still has something to give to us. come on u spurs

12:01 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The stats show that Keane and Defoe can't play together. Eye-sight tells us all that Rasiak can't play with himself.

Don't want to harp on about how sale of Fredi will come back to haunt us (was happy to fight for place and not even in African Nations). We really missed out by not bringing in Ashton for £3m when we had the chance.

With Barnard, same problem regarding height. Surprised we sent El Ham back to Derby, as he looks the part.

However, trust in Jol and hopefully pull off coup by signing Dirk Kuyt in the summer.

The aim was Europe. 5th place would be a grand achievement, although it easily could have been 4th with an adequate 4th choice striker.

Beware Blackburn.

Love to the Lane and Big Martin.

12:02 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Ziegler Loan

Marney Loan
Routledge Loan

Mido ANC

Squads coming along nicely, a few more (quality) additions in the summer


Storm the Champions League!!


12:03 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Robbo of course, Kelly is not too good, Stalteri is solid, King and Dawson definately. Naybet is useful. Lee isn't yet the player Jol said he would be. Bunjy is not bad but not really ever fit. Murphy is a quality player, Jenas is a goalscoring midfielder. Davids is real quality as looks Huddlestone. Carrick i believe is a real star and he grows in stature every game. Ghaly is an unknown quality and Marney is decent. lennon is an amazing prospect who needs Walcock! Reid is great for Ireland but under pressure at Spurs, Jackson is not quick at all. Mido is apparently the heart and sole of the attacking line, Barnard should be given a chance. Keane and Defoe are proven goalscorers and need to be kept for us to be a real force.

12:04 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous dazza jim said...

anon 11:12pm -

Emre??? Why and how... he's only just joined Newcastle, he's a whingeing brat, and he's dirty tackler. Besides being injured a lot lately.
Makes me chuckle that teams that are struggling, buy players that can 'TACKLE' and put themselves about. Thing is there's no point in having that until you can actually keep the ball longer than 2 mins per game.

If you can't, then your hard tacklers fly about getting sent off or injured, and you find yourself in 14th place like Newcastle. Passers get you out of trouble not cloggers.

12:07 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't believe there is a problem playing our so called 'little guys' up front together. (when Mido is not playing) Remember a couple of lads called Archibald and Crooks? Just get the ball to their feet!! and yes that might mean changing the players and strategy, but surely we have enough resources to do this......

12:09 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

If anyone saw us lose 1-0 at home to Man Utd last season, it colourfully depicts how we cannot play Defoe and Keane together against a solid defence.

The Villa game recently told us a similar story against a less-than-average outfit.

Sure we would like to see them play together, because it makes us feel soft and mushy inside to see our two little supreme stars together on the pitch....but the reality is - it doesn't work.

12:12 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...



12:15 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Archibald wasn't as small as Defoe though is he. The whole point is presence. We need some punch up front and Mido gives us that. Keane and Defoe cant do that and when they play together it seems as if we have no-one upfront. Carrick cant find them from so deep, and so Murphy beinga litgtle more advanced will hopefully do that, and it may be a matter of another ingrediant making it work between them. Archibald scored headers, Defoe I only remember scoring one header for us. I can see him going and us replacing him with someone who suits us better. Keane and Mido can play together and we should build on that instead of having one unhappy at all times

12:16 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Centre backs we could get -
Upson - Birmingham
Ferdinand - WHAM

Left backs we could get -
Taylor - Pompey
Dede - B. Dortmund

Left Wingers
Etherington - WHAM
D'Alesandro - Pompey
Downing - Boro

Strikers we could get -
Torres - Atletico Madrid
Dirk Kuyt - Feyernoord
Berbatov - Leverkusen

any of these would be welcome

12:17 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


....also a KNOB

12:18 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Excellent point. You win the argument.

12:19 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We need a quality player to spark us into attack such as Gazza, Hoddle people with loads of talent we should go for David Dunn of Birmingham as when he is fully fit he is outstanding and creates a lot of chances for teammates and himself.

12:21 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Sumo said...

murphy - potentially good news but we'll see what the attitudes like when he's on the bench.

Ref earliercomment: Clive Allen raved about rasiek.

I must admit i got fed up yesterday with all of the sideways passing when we got near the box - there is no cutting ground pass to set the strikers in and on the rare occasion that there was the strikers were so surprised that they failed to react quick enough. One good point Huddlestone looked to have vast potential - cool head for a kid.

Martin Jol - long may he rule in the kingdom of Lilywhite


12:21 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


There's NO point in arguing with a complete Numpty like you with tripe comments like yours above 12:12


12:22 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Fuck you, you bloody GOON!

12:23 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave it out all of you!

12:24 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


No Goon here. You're recommendations, apart from Kuyt, Torres & maybe Taylor, are crap, backward steps and are not gonna get us in the Champions League


12:26 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We needed to buy a large striker before selling Fredi!

12:27 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good to see that the abusive gooner is here attempting to rile us. Guess this shall occur more frequently now that we are very much the Pride of North London.

Our feeder club did us proud tonight.

Rumour has it that Judas left at half-time to share a bath with Barrymore.

12:28 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah Arsenal were fucking shit tonight and i wish them all the worst for the future!

12:29 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha Ha Ha

ARSEnal lose again

Campbell gifts them 2 goals, gets subbed and strops off home with his boyfriend

2 ex-spurs get on the scoresheet

4pts behind
1 Game in hand (Liverpool)


12:30 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who are you calling Knob you bloody Yido!

12:31 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry for the 'KNOB' remarks


Anyone there last night, I was, traveling fans were awesome.

12:32 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is rasiak deaf,dumb and fucking blind cause he plays like he is.....waste of fucking space, i cant beleve jol played him last night after that performance he put in against lineker f.c.Is jol deaf,dumb and blind as well....

12:34 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What the scum would pay to have men like King or Dawson at the back!

But they can't, as they blew their mulah on Degenerates Stadium.

No European football there. Good night, gooners, you're screwed, ta ta, farewell.

12:37 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Maybe he sure plays mean pinball?

12:37 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe that it is all to do with his lack of belief that he can perform at the top level. if he had not had a disallowed goal vs Liverpool and scored instead of hitting the bar, he would be better than he is now!

12:38 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rasiak's game is suited to the lower leagues. Needs more time on the ball than Premiership defenders will give him.

I was embarassed for him when (unchallenged) he rose for a header and totally missed the ball. Realistically, it's very unamusing and his ineptitude could cost us glory.

Heaven forbid if Mido picks up a serious injury!

Having Teddy back would have provided a much better option.

He is a disaster for us and will continue to be so.

12:46 AM, February 02, 2006

Blogger Fuzzo Yiddo said...

Why is it a definate that Defoe will move to the Kop at end of season, regardless of what happens before? Where are you getting this information from?!? I know lots of you think we should cash in on him, but I think he has awesome potential. I also feel abit sorry for him as he spent all last summer working on his team game, and he started the season brilliantly. Then he loses his place and now even when he scores after being brought on he cant even get his place back. Now he lacks match fitness and doesnt stand a chance of getting it back if Jol continues not to play for more than one game. I know I keep bangin' on about this but its really aggrevating that he should be playing but is even losing a place to Rasiak! I wish Rasiak all the best, but he is not doing what we need.

For the record, there is no chance we will sign Kuyt or Torres if we only reach Uefa. Surely all of you realise that? Would you leave CL teams for a Uefa team?

12:55 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

if we get more points than all the other teams in the prem we will win it. Anyone agree?

12:56 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's ironic that Defoe was told to change his game and has gone from hero to zero by doing so. Against Villa when he went through on goal, he would have normally belted it into the net...instead he tried to square it to Keane and it went tits up.

So what if he was a bit greedy before? He was better for it.

Liverpool re-signed Fowler because we wouldn't part with him. I'm not so sure they'll get him at the end of the season, particularly if Fowler does well.

Indeed, we may only get the MASSIVE names if we reach the Champs League. But the real concern is whether we could lose our MASSIVE names if we don't get there too.

1:03 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Murphy is a good player but how can we play him, Carrick, Davids and Jenas in the same team, it just doesn't make sense especially as Jol is always saying he likes to play with wingers????
I agree with some of the earlier comments that D'Alesandro would have been a better buy, even if it was just on loan with a clause to buy him at the end of the season. It would certainly have made more sense that buying Murphy. He seems to be talented and Redknapp was raving about him after his debut.

1:13 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did anyone notice that when Defoe came on for Rasiak he was winning and keeping possesion of the long balls much better than Rasiak!!
That shows just how sh!t he is and that he should not be wearing the lilywhite shirt and definately not the number 9 jersey that has been worn by many legends!

1:22 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

And in the previous game, against Villa, it was just the opposite. In 15 minutes Rasiak did more and showed more spark than Defoe in 75 minutes.

2:44 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Though I'm not a Rasiak fan, I actually felt bad from the flaks he get from some of it... its only football, you don't have to threaten peoples limps and lives.

We need to get behind our players even if we know they are not playing the standard we wanted.

Th problem partly also to do with Jol's team philo.He obviously think that the big/small man combination is the best way forward.But given the options avialable against fulham, I remeber the only shoot on goal we have is when Defoe is on the pitch.Despite his smaller iszr , he also happened to win more aerial battles than Rasiak.
Till Mido is back,the best option IMO is to use Keane/Defoe, and resorganise our midfield, such as playing Murphy (who I think is a great sigining) at the tip of the diamond.He could thread the killer passes, both Keane and Defoe are looking for.

4:27 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Results from last night EPL matches shows that the difference bewteen the teams are so small.
Even teams like Blackburn or West Ham are capable of pulling a win over us.
So guys, We have a team good enough to challenge for the CL spot but the difference is only marginal; compared with some other fringe teams such as Bolton and Blackburn.
I don't think we are punching above our own weight or we are lucky as quality usually runs the course of a season and luck generally even themselves out.We have the 4th best team in the EPL thus far and we would continue to have chance IF everyone pull themselves in the same direction.

5:39 AM, February 02, 2006

Blogger sidyid said...

I can understand why the other premiership fans call us 'fickle'.
One minute Jol is God the next he is the Devil.If we cannot see that this is a huge improvement go and support Arsenal!Jol and Levy are the best thing that has happened to this club for decades.

6:29 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

champions league was beyond our expectations before this season started why does everyone seems to take it for granted that we will get in the 4th spot - get real lads dont think this team is quiet ready for C L football there are to many chops and changes to the team and injuries to key players , i would be more than happy with a uefa cup place after all thats what we were all so fucked off about not getting last year - rome wasnt built in a day u muppets - paxton yid

8:35 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agreed that Levy is the best chairman we had for 2 decades at least.Compared to Scholar in the 80's and Sugar in the 90's ; the former the modern equivalent of Peter Risdale and the latter a businessman more than a football man.

Levy is a visionary that took the club forward.The sporting director role was inducted into the EPL by him and the success of Jol and Arnesan (sorry if I have to mention him) is due to Levy's foresight.

How many of you would wake up and remember the mediocrity that we were in for a decade without Levy ?
He may not have spend heavily this Jan but the bid for Torres is the sign of his ambition to bring glory to Spurs.

8:38 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


You may think we are not ready but Jol thinks we would not be out of place in run the team or Jol...muppets..

8:40 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Torres plays for Athletico Madid who aren't even close to european football, they currently languish in about 10th place in the league.

Play Keane and Defoe on sunday, they must work together in training so i'm sure they can find a solution. Murphy may help with his good passing in advanced positions hopefully this can help Jenas get beyond the last defender running from deeoer positions.

Rasiak is a player running on empty, he has no confidence and knows we have none in him. Thanks Greg but time to go son. At least give Barnard a place on the bench

8:58 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


I can't decipher your opinions of Torres but if it is a criticism, you should note that Wenger was and possibly still is interested in him too.
He called Torres the natural successor to Bergkamp and Wenger don't usually get it wrong (maybe this season !)

He is Atletico Madrid youngest ever captain and from from what I see him in the La Liga, has star quality all over him; He tough to shake off the ball and seldom misplaced a pass; a younger version of teddy sheringham.He spell goals too and from what I heard is a model of consistency, which sadly Defoe isn't

9:07 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We currently are probably three players even two players away from a very good team in my opinion a top left sided player and an out and out goalscorer would do. suggestions would

Left Sided - Should have got Wayne Bridge

Striker - Kuit , Torres.

But what baffels me is we have the hottect striking propoerty in the reserve league at the moment in Barnard and yet we play Rasiak who bless him is not a premiership player! mind boggling.

9:35 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Defoe has has lots of potential for years but needs to learn to play football the rest of his team mates if he wants to be top drawer. That is the ONLY thing Robbie Keane has over him, he can play a one two and finds the channels better with his off the shoulder running. there is no doubt Defoe is a great instinctive finisher when he is in form, but you need more than that to be top class striker. i cannot remember his last assist or when he was last involved in a greta team move the ended with a goal.

please give an example if you think i am mistaken...

10:13 AM, February 02, 2006

Blogger weymouth SPUR said...

I think some perspective is called for. We ARE still 4th in the premiership (CL place) and still we whinge and whine. Lets face it this is our best season for a decade. If we been 6th or 7th for most of the season and ended up 5th we would all be hailing MJ as the next messiah and everything would be rosey, but because we are actually doing better than expected people are starting to get on MJs back. I for one at the beginning of the season would have settled for european football of any sort. Lets stick together, back the boys and accept that whatever happens we are on the up and next season is the seaon to be really jolly.

10:16 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice to see Zamora get a cracking goal last night, we shouldn't have sold him, he is working hard to show everyone he has got it in the prem, What an attitude.
Mido is sorely missed with the current tactics but maybe like others have said Murphy will give us the other option to play Defoe and Keane (Defoe should be following his example, a true Pro and a credit to the shirt).
I had high hopes for Rasiak after watching him with Derby, but he is a good Championship player and not prem, no way.
If the Murphy option with Defoe and Keane works out do we really need another striker, it's hard enough keeping 3 top strikers happy and well El Ham coming back in the summer we might just have enough.
Murphy I hate to say might be the missing piece in the jigsaw.


10:17 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Park Lane Green Beret said...

I'm gonna smuggle my ak-47 assault rifle in to The Lane on Sunday and if i happen to see anything that resembles that toothless plankman sorry ass '2nd touch is a sliding tackle' motherfucker of a bean pole Rasiak i'm gonna load up and let rip.

And in the sorry, and hopefully unlikely event of Mr.Concrete boots wooden mallet man 'couldn't trap a bag of wet cement' Rasiak showing his sorry ass i will allow for him to start off by using Fatboy Reid as a temporary body sheild so i can find my range first being puting the biggest pile of shyte i have ever seen in the famous lilywhites shirt out of his (and mine) ((and every Spurs fan)) misery.

....oh yeah, COYS!

11:35 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

There seem to be a lot of comments from blind people on this blog which probably accounts for the bad language and threats to anyone who dares to disagree with their point of view.

They are obviously blind because they cannot see any fault with Jol's tactics or team selection and actually think that Mido is a player who "holds the ball up and brings other players into the game"......if only. He cannot head the ball to another teammate and looks about as lethal as Ronny Rosenthal in front of goal.

Yes Jol has improved things but with the players that we have always had that would not be difficult, but the question is can he take it to the next level, and this is where I think he still has much to prove.

He only seems interested in buying mid-field players, has two great wingers in Lennon and Routledge but only plays Lennon when the mid-field injury list is high and has lent out Routledge to Portsmouth....brilliant!

I think if Jol had the choice he would put out the following team each week :Robinson;Carrick Jenas Davids Reid; Tainio Ghaly Huddlestone Murphy; Ziegler and Mido.....that should ensure that we never score a goal but also the other team should not get close to our goal.

For crying out loud we need strikers....that means players who can beat someone, make a yard of space in a crowded penalty area, shoot with enough power to reach the goal and occasionally head the ball into the goal......and we do not have any, not DeFoe,Keane or especially Mido.

We can forget CL this year....we needed to sort out the striker position in the window. Bolton can overtake us easily, but also Balckburn and West Ham are playing positive attacking football and scoring goals for fun....and that doesn't even take into account Arsenal, who will soon be able to concentrate on the league when they get knocked out of Europe and have their African team back.

Sad isn't it, but 7th or 8th place beckons...still that's one better than I predicted at the beginning of the season.

Bring on the abuse!

11:52 AM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


BTW, if you still haven't know yet, the system in place at WHL, means that Jol don't have total control over players bought and sold.Its a 3 way thing between, Jol, Comolli and Levy...didn't you get his hint in his latest comments about brown departure..."I understand my chairman" "I don't want Brown to go "...
He wants strikers but he can only used what he is given.
As for Bolton overtaking us "easily", try telling that to Sam Allaydace. Ok West Ham and Blackburn scored goals for fun...but there are leaking them for fun too.Else they would be above us isn't it ?
I agree with you though that we are good... but not that good yet.

12:17 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said... more you prefer Mido to say.... Morientes and Cisse ?

Liverpool would happily exchanged with us for their 2 donkeys.

Ok Mido is not Van Nisterroy or Henry...but how many is ?

12:21 PM, February 02, 2006

Blogger KingGlenn said...

Can't believe comments like "we need top strikers".
Liverpool would kill for Defoe - £12m wasn't it and ManU were also in for him when they sniffed a chance.
Keane is also top class - his technical ability is up there with Ronaldo (though not maybe Ronaldinho!)
I was at the Villa match and thought they actually benefited from the temporary absence of Mido (much as I love him)
The ball was played quick, on the deck and the mobility of the front 6 was fantastic
We need to give Defoe & Keane a chance to gel
JD is massively short of confidence, not helped by being displaced by the Polish donkey on Tuesday
IMO a tactical mistake by the othertwise excellent BMJ. Let's hope the 2 are reunited on Sunday. Charlton are not a big side (neither are FFC without Bouba Diop) so let's pass them off the park and hopefully get the spirit back where it was after the NUFC game.
4th is definitely still on, but I also think Bolton are now the biggest threat, not the Scum

12:59 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We should never have let Ziegler go out on loan to Wigan. There has never been a better apportunity for the lad to stake a real clame for a first team place. With Y P Lee away with family trouble, Reid injured for six weeks and no real quality down the left, we could have done with his services.

1:58 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Foreign Fan said...

Keane is not as good as Defoe? Come on, they are not exactly that similar to compare and make such a judgement. In terms of finishing, Defoe may be better than Keane but face it, Defoe isn't as influential as Keane in recent games. As far, Defoe has been a rather selfish player even when he has been playing regularly. Keane on the other hand has learnt to create and beat defenders to create chances for others. Now the problem is there is no one in the box to connect his passes. Play Defoe instead of Rasiak from now onwards. He should be able to regain his form soon. And of course, Barnard should be on the bench, not Rasiak.

2:36 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...




2:37 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


This is a forum and all about opinions so comment away fellow Yid.
I agree with you to a degree.

But i disagree with you assessment of our strikers, i think we have 3 very good players upfront in Defoe, Mido & Keano.................The problem is Jol is not getting the best out of them............but Champions League here we come.....Woo-Hoo

We are still 4th

F u c k The Arse


2:40 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your article makes some decent points but I get the impression you just lifted from other people mainly because you contradict yourself. So you don't know where moany Murphy will fit in??? How can you then say he might be the signing to knit us together, it is just not coherent. He is possible for left side of central midfield but it is probably dependent on other players fitness. He will play central in front of Carrick with Davids left and Jenas right when all are fit, and hopefully we can play football through midfield instead of just bypassing it.

2:41 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

..Campbell Luvs Barrymore..

2:42 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Murphy on the left side of midfield was my guess as well.

3:17 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone know how much Medo will cost us if his loan is made perminent?????

I think could the money be better spent on someone else. ie Kuyt or Torres.

Or Both

3:29 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Allegedly Mido is 3.5m if we take up the option. I would be astonished if we didn't, he is our best striker.

3:38 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mido doesnt look like a prolific goal scorer, nor has his presence on the pitch help turn Defoe or Keane into one.

3:46 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like Thatcher, Sugar was mis-understood! He saved us so don't slag him. I'll always be grateful.

4:05 PM, February 02, 2006

Blogger omski_deville said...

I feel there's more to defoe not playing other then he cant start alongside keano because of the lack of muscle
defoe must of blown his chances with BMJ and not just because of the goal drought
ther's history there from the day he/his new girlfriend brought the tv cameras into the training ground for some documentary or god knows
and i think there's even more to it still

peace my fellow spurs fan
I just managed to finally register and contribute for a change instead of just reading and attempting to peace it all together

never mind my spelling mistakes (Im not perfect)

6:35 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone know how long Rasiak's contract is for?

PS Nuff respect to the guy wanting to snipe him with the AK47

6:45 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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its fun, free and easy. good luck!

7:30 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Park Lane Green Beret said...

Rasiaks contract expires Sunday!!

"...This is my rifle
and this is my gun
This is for shooting (Plankman)
And this is for fun...."

Green Beret's gonna kick your ass

7:42 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

All the teams around us are inconsistant. We've had our dip in form and we've picked up two better midfield players for cover than we had before. Now let's get back in gear, kick some arse and grab that CL spot.

Ledley & terry for England.

7:53 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is the first time jol has disappointed me with his team selection. Why get rid of Routledge? WHy play Rasiak? defoe is a STARTER. to be fair to the referee he didnt have such a bad game, and dawson probably rightly sent off, the first yellow should have been for the challege he made in the first half on the keeper.


8:05 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

why not play barbard insted of that fukin clown rasiak and no new striker or winger in january
whats goin on MJ

8:52 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you gotta see this blog

an Arsneal blog that has been taken over by yiddo's and they are crushing them little maggots from Woolwich

proper funny

8:58 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i hope ledley puts club before country and stalls his op as long as possible. england have lots of good centrebacks, and i am sure can cope witout him this world cup. we however do not and really need him as we have no cover at his standard. if we have to deal with the gardners and kellys of this world in our defense, we are always prone to concede a sloppy goal. come back soon YP Lee, and play huddlestone centre back if ledders has the groin op! he looks awesome!

9:03 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

why the fuck didnt we buy hartson, bubba woulda linked up brilliantly with rasiak

9:05 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

cometh the hour, cometh
The Hud

9:06 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous dazza jim said...

I believe Naybet should replace King if he needs an op on his groin.
Huddlestone has shown he can do a good job protecting the back 4 now too, so I reckon him and Davids would be a solid pairing - shifting Carrick to the right a bit, and Murphy or Jenas over on the left until we can either get one of our loaned wingers back, or get a new one in the summer!


11:31 PM, February 02, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, I agree that Sugar say us from the brink of administration.But my comparison is relative, if you get what I mean.Even Scholar was a good chairman in the 80s through his ambitous efforts to build a stylish spurs team; which made me a fan of spurs then.But at what price ?Profligracy is madness as we can see from our own experince and that of Leeds.
Sugar to be fair did spend money but he is not as savvy as Levy (IMO) in matters concerning football and is too pragmatic for the good of the club.He is more reactive than proactive.
Levy set out with a plan in mind and would not hesitate to change his plans to adapt to the changing competition.
I think he is possibly the only chairman in the EPL who deal directly with players transfer.He attempted to influence stock prices and raise funds for players transfer by share issuance; what more can you ask ?
I have been a fan for 20 years now and I never beem more optimistic about the fate of the club in the right hands.
But my views were never a direct criticism of our previous chairman; I believed the state of a club have to do with opportunites and the environment too, not just how capable the chairman is.

4:42 AM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, play Naybet instead of Gardner in Dawson's absence.

9:54 AM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

for fucks sake - we gotta play barnard !!! will the boy ever get a chance ?
my team for sunday
gk robbo
rb kelly
lb lee / stalteri
cb king
cb huddlestone
rm lennon
cm carrick
cm jenas
lm davids if fit
fw barnard
fw keane

1:14 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I share the view that Barnard should be given his chance, but to start over Defoe.....don't make me laugh, are you serious?

Barnard to replace Rasiak on the bench yes, but to walk into the first team...Ha Ha Ha Ha

2:06 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

and why shouldnt barnard be given a chance in the team? hes scoring more than the others at the moment. reserves i know world of difference, blah blah blah. they all start somewhere - prick !!!
defoe and keane together dont work - proven fact !!!!

3:33 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

With the season we are having its a bit much listening to the odd few fans moaning and giving out about the manager and some aspects of the team. Where have you been the past 15 years..? I'll tell you where... suffering like the rest of us in mid-table bullshit but just look at us today and people are stilll giving out. Not only has Martin Jol restored dignity and respect to our club we now have a face for our club and one worthy to lead it and more importantly wants to lead it. He lives and breathes Tottenham which is something we ahve been lacking ofr a long lone time. For the rest of the season just get behind him and the team and who knows what could happen but anything is possible.


how funny is it that Judas has gone awol.Love it.


4:35 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Calling me a prick?!!

..Says the man who would have a reserve team player who has NO premiership football experience, even off the start ahead of an England International, who will most likely go to represent his country in the WORLD CUP, is a proven goalscorer and scored 22 in 44 last season whilst playing in TOP flight football

Yes I AM THE prick?!! Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha

What a idiot, you truly are a complete moron fuckwit

No go back to football school you FUCKING KNOBJOCKEY CUNT

7:32 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous dazza jim said...

Well what have you got to lose playing Barney from the start - if he scores a few on his debut, it will certainly give Defoe a kick up the backside and realise he's got some competetion - instead of looking over to the bench and seeing Rasiak. He really does try hard bless him, but he hasn't got the confidence or talent to cut it. He should go out on loan to sharpen him up, and if that doesn't help, ship him out!

I read Barnard, Jackson and Bunjevcevic are all in Sunday's squad - - - maybe the coaching staff heard my whinges!!

That's 2 left footers that are playing well, and a slightly taller striker who has scored 17 goals for the reserves... You know it makes sense Rodney...

Results went well for us during the week, now lets bloody take advantage!

7:45 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous dazza jim said...

Remember, George Graham threw Ledley King in at the deep end for his debut against Liverpool, alongside Alton Thelwell.... we drew 0-0 if memory serves. Sometimes you've gotta take a chance with your youngsters dammit!

7:48 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...



If you actually read the first 2:06 reply you will see that it says and i quote for you Numpty "I share the view that Barnard should be given his chance"

You repied "and why shouldnt barnard be given a chance in the team"
Are you a retard?!!
I DO want him involved but not at the expence of Defoe.
First Mido & Keane, then Rasiak & now Barnard ahead of him?
That will do his confidence good won't it and he really will want to stay after the summer, eh? But i suppose you are one of them fans who thinks we should sell our most natural finisher?

Barnard over Defoe?! Ha Ha Ha KNOB

We have important games ahead and need to pick up points, so throwing in a reserve team player with no apps is not going to save the day or solve our 'problems'
We need proven experienced goalscorers starting at that means Keane & Defoe.

Barnard should replace Rasiak on the BENCH and i as many others would love nothing more than see one of 'our own' on the pitch in the lilywhites but againover Defoe? I don't think so.

If Barnard did start and we lost YOU would probably be one of those knobs that will spout out 'Why the fuck did we start with him'

One of the reasons Keane & Defoe haven't been able to 'gel' is we are used to playing hoof ball to mido and we can't seem to, at the moment, ADAPT to fit them in, but thats what seperates the 'big teams' and i'm sure we will get there especially with passers like Carrick, Murphy and now 'TommyGun' Huddlestone

Against Villa we played on the floor, created chances and looked very positive and attractive, the only difference being their keeper had the game of his life.

So don't start giving me that 'can't play together', "proven" SHIT

But don't worry about it cockjock because when Keane & Defoe start at the weeekend and we win i'll be there cheering us on while you are at home flicking betweeen pop idol and skysports 1


8:00 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

8.00pm - who said pick barnard over defoe ? you really have thrown your toys out the pram huh ? defoe/keane doesnt work - show me a game theyve played where theyve scored / we won ? grimsby? crystal palace last year ? aston villa ? i could go on - as i said youre a prick !!
get back in your pram and encourage the development of home grown talent.
guarantee ull be here sunday night as a gormless faceless wonder praising barnard IF he plays / scores ?

8:52 PM, February 03, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

8.00pm - and pop idol is on saturdays - when its on - prick !!!

9:22 PM, February 03, 2006

Blogger Fuzzo Yiddo said...

You've got to laugh at Curbshitley having a dig at Murphy havent you! He reckons Charlton are a bigger club than Spurs. Dream on!

Does anyone know if Barnard is definately going on loan to Brighton for the rest of the season?

And finally can we all get behind Defoe 100% tomorrow and help him get out of this rough patch. We need him back at his best!

7:04 PM, February 04, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...





8:34 PM, February 04, 2006

Anonymous 8.00pm said...

8.52 aka Bell End

Quote "Who said pick Barnard over Defoe"

Well dickhead if you go back and read the original message i was replying to (1:14) it has a line-up with Keane & BARNARD
(thats over Defoe then, YES?)

Another quote "Keane & Defoe doesn't work - proven fact"

Ha Ha Ha Ha of course they don't
Ha Ha Ha

Numpty, also the fact you know when Pop Idol is on AND REPLIED telling me when just proves what a 'PRICK' YOU are
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha
Look up the word Irony, you dickhead

Good to see Barnard replace Rasiak like i mentioned before and unlucky for him not to get a run out but then again I guess you weren't at the game today eh knobjockey, you were at home wanking off to x-factor


And if you are going to reply again please make it worthwhile you stupid Prick

Up The Spurs

6:10 PM, February 05, 2006


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