"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


Saturday, February 10, 2007

Jol needs to stay.

I have read the posts on here for months, especially the ones from PARK LEN WHO HAS BEEN SHOUTING JOL OUT! for some months now. And a few wind up scum fans who come on here agree with him but sacking Jol now or at the end of the season would be a mistake.

We know that this season has not gone quite to plan although today's game at Sheffield United was our 40th match, the same amount of games we played all of last season. But this run of 8 games since Christmas is Jol's first real poor run since he has been the boss. Yes, we have given up leads in the last minute and the football has sometimes been dull but the results had always been going geneally in our direction.

We must also look at what Jol has so far done for the club. A top five finish, European football via the league, around the sixth best Spurs manager ever based on points per game, semi final of the Carling Cup and unbeaten in Europe with a last 16 game to look forward to. These things show Jol has the ability to win matches and win them well. This things should mean that Jol has at least another season to get it right.

In the past we have always been too quick to sack managers and has led to us under achieveing as a club for years. The record shows that the most succssful clubs in England are the clubs with the managers who stick around and are given time. Bolton could easily have sacked Fat Sam when they skirted with relegation for a few years and now they are looking at a European place. Wet Spam were too quick in sacking Roder and saw them relegated and do not seem to have learnt their lesson when they sacked Pardew earlier int he season. Charlton look like they will rue the day Dowie was shown the door and who can remember the embarrasing 8 month wait for a manger when we parted company with Hoddle? No, knee jerk reactions are not the answer.

Jol needs further time to continue building. Injuries to key players such as Berbatov, King, Jenas and the poor form of Robinson have not helped either but a brand new broom will mean another revolution has to start and be given further time to bed in their ideas. I know the Director of Football thing is supposed to circumnavigate these problems but I just don't see it like that, especially when we have Comolli buying people Jol does not want and making fantastic comments at the AGM along the lines of "We are all obsessed with a left winger" and he feels we don't need one!

The football of late has been piss poor and needs to turn around but Jol deserves the time to do this. Sacking him now will take us back at least two years.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

As pissed off as i am about are shit performances recently, we have to stick with BMJ because it's the players who need a kick up the ass. I do hope that we win a cup this season cause if we dont then the season is a faliure.

10:53 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes Jol does need to stay. when king comes back things will get better. when he come back before we went on an unbeaten run and were up in seventh and looked likely to win the carling and uefa cup. replacing jol would not change the fact that spurs need ledley to be spurs.

10:57 PM, February 10, 2007

Blogger rob said...

i'm sorry but you're being way too understanding on Jol. He has tried his best and brought in some talented players, but he's basically clueless as to where to go from here. Last year there were many games when we got battered e.g.Bolton and Blackburn at home, and our midfield (including Michael Carrick)were basically non-existent, but someone like Keane or Lennon came up with some magic and we got away with it. This year is the same dross but usually without the magic. Jol has had two seasons to mould a midfield, and most of the time they play like they've never met before. He doesn't look like he has any idea how to make them play, so he should let someone else get on with the job.

11:14 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Totally agree rob.The last 3rd lets us down time and time again ,and its not being fixed.Hes spent some silly money,and basically imo hasnt got the nouse.Average manager,average team.Has wenger got a brother,cos until we get a top class manager we will stay average.In the league cup jol was shown up by wengers tactictal nouse to the point of being embarrasing.Wasting time with him.

11:24 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous MexicanSteve said...

I reckon the squad is ready made for Hoddle-style management. Kick Jol out and bring the 'Man' back. He feels the shirt and would surely make some great players that we have feel it too. Reading up what Jimmy Duggan says sums it all up. Jol is Dull, much like most Dutchmen. Too dull for us and our expectations.

11:25 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bang steve.Lets get the god back.

11:34 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous mexicansteve said...

... further to my comment, I should think out players are getting a bit sick of shmokes and pancakes. Imo, we have a great squad, ready to do great things, and we need someone to take em there. Jol can't. I agree with Rob on this point. Jol's clueless.

11:34 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

worst load of blinkererd crap ive read in a long while. take the specs off. weve been rubbish for the last 14 months.

11:37 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Mexicansteve said...

Too right.
Correct me if I am wrong ...
Jols record vs The top 5, you know them ...

1pt vs Liverpool (the 0-0)
3pts versus Chelski (memorable)
and apart from that?

bring the 'Man' back, quick.

11:43 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The record shows that the most succssful clubs in England are the clubs with the managers who stick around and are given time. "

Wrong. Ask Arsene Wenger who inherited a good squad. Ask Jose Mourinho who inherited an even better squad. Just look at how Man Utd and Arsenal went downhill during the period between their good players leaving/retiring and buying some replacements for them.

As for Jol, his failures this season are many:

Losing to Everton at home when they were reduced to 10 men.
Not beating Fulham at home
Not beating Fulham away when they were down to 10 men.
Taking the lead against Reading and then surrendering.
Losing to Liverpool at Anfield because we had dozens of chances and failed to take them while Liverpool had 2 or 3 chances and took them.
As above, but at White Hart Lane.
As above, but against Newcastle.
Needing extra time to beat Southend at WHL.
Taking 80 minutes to score against Port Vale at WHL, and again needing extra time to win.
Playing negatively against Arsenal at the Emirates in the league.
Taking a 2-0 lead against most of Arsenal's first team (except Lehmann and Henry) at WHL and then surrendering it with said negative play.
Playing negatively against Arsenal at the Emirates in the Cup even though we needed to score to win.
The surrender to Man Utd at WHL. Losing to them isn't a disgrace, losing 4-0 is.
Taking the lead against Sheffield United and surrendering anyway
Not making substitutions until it is too late
Making bad substitutions (like wanting to bring on Lee against Arsenal instead of Huddlestone or Mido)

11:44 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't want Jol to go, as someone says he deserves time. Think we need 1 or 2 players with a bit of authority and it will kick start the very good but painfully quiet squad that we have. If he ever was to leave would like to see Venables come in to finish off the job he had in th 90's, with our cuurent managerial set up ie Comolli, cant see this happening though. And true, something in my heart would love to see Hoddle back, still have a feeling that he might get another crack at the job at some point. For the meantime though im behind Jol 100%. FA Cup or UEFA Cup might be a saving grace.COYS

11:46 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous dannyboy said...

question for paxton - who has comolli bought that jol doesnt want? surely if he dont like them, he dont play them ?!
as for your comments - patience wearing very thin with jol, sadly. as someone else said, we have a very good squad, but jol just cant seem to get them to perform. is this the managers or players fault? answers on a postcard please.

11:47 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Mexicansteve said...

I am convinced we have the squad. I am also convinced THFC is run wholly as a business. If a director can't get the best out of his/her 'team' in any business, you change them. You install someone who can. If not, you go down the hole. Well, our hole is gaping. New 'director' needed. Bring back Ghod.

11:53 PM, February 10, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

didnt someone once say, never go back?

12:03 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Mexicansteve said...

I guess that depends on the circumstances under which you left!

12:05 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Mexicansteve said...

I guess that depends on the circumstances under which you left!

12:05 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous PARK LEN said...

PARK LEN said...









ON THE SHELF !!!!!!!!!!!






5:11 PM, February 10, 2007

12:08 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

im sick of you so called supporters dose any 1 know a top class mananger who wants to come to us who yes were loseing games we schould not but what about the players out there were moning getting on there back confidence is at a lol lets support our team instead of running them down let have a little faith in them armchairgary

12:10 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hoddle was sacked because he kept on losing games! thats the reason he left!

12:13 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, but the players get thousands of pounds a week to play well. If they cannot do it, then they should be replaced. The fans who help pay their wages have every right to express how they feel about poor performances.

12:14 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Mexicansteve said...

Much like right now then with Jol?

The whole set up at THFC was very different when Hoddle was outed.

12:16 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous dannyboy said...

hoddle was an easy appointment to make. he was the dream for every spurs fan to come back and with him the glory days. it didnt work. he was found out. he persisted with 3 at the back, when no-one uses the system. he's my hero to this day, but let him come back for ITV only! look forwards not back. i still want to know who comolli has bought that jol didnt want.

12:26 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Mexiansteve said...

I still believe Hoddle has unfinished business at WHL.

I sill believe Hoddlwe would have won us the World Cup, had it not been for the hapless dinosaurs at the FA.

Ferguson used to play three at the back with Munure and look at where he's taken them!

I could think of (know) worse managers for my beloved club.

12:34 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

xp"The record shows that the most succssful clubs in England are the clubs with the managers who stick around and are given time. "

"Wrong...Ask Arsene Wenger who inherited a good squad. Ask Jose Mourinho who inherited an even better squad."

Exactly, Wenger inherited a winning formula.

And that's the difference buddy.

I don't particularly like or dislike Jol but I'd hate to see us dump another manager before he's given the chance to "ride out the bumps".

We've done this in the past & it got us no where.

12:49 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe some of you short sighted idiots that post on here!! I've been a Spurs supporter all of my 32 yrs and I honestly believe BMJ will come good. It's only the fact that some of you fickle twats (yeah that's you park len) have put the weight of expectation on the team. Sure I was expecting more but there really is no reason to start getting rid of BMJ.
Oh yeah lets get that God loving king of white hart lane back!! The one that gave us a team of old c***s like Gus Poyet. You all have very short memories of how shite it's been.
I'm with Jol & the team the whole way up or down. Don't forget Keith Burky took us down first season.
All you fickle dicks can f off down the effeminates where you belong!!!!
BD out........

1:39 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The insults and errors in arguments are really going to convince the Jol out viewpoint supporters

1:48 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel he deserves some more time, although it is true he seems dull and not the sort of manager who inspires or motivates.. even before key matches he has a tendency to sound negative in the press.. and this negativity and lack of motivation seems evident in performances.. like 3-nil loss at emirates.
This season is over in terms of league. The only thing we can hope for is finishing in the top ten and winning one of the cups to get into europe

2:23 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a little worried at the moment about our league position. I know we are quite afew points ahead of the relagation zone, but all it takes is 3 or 4 in a row and then suddenly you are in a bit of trouble. We have Everton away, Bolton at home, and West Ham away in our next 3 league games. Non of these are easy and the way we are playing I can't see us picking much up from those 3. And if that is the case, we might be looking nervously over our shoulder after these games. I hope i'm wrong. We just need to get back to basics, Start defending like we did last season. No clean sheet since October. That is one of our biggest problems. Robinson is not at his best and without Ledley our defence certainly aint at their best either. And the midfield is probably our biggest problem this season. It keeps being chopped and changed and I don't even think Jol knows what our best midfield is. Without Lennon, we lack real flair.
I like Martin Jol and think he has done a good job for us in his time so far, but I am having my doubts about his managing skills at the moment. Hopefully he will turn it round. COYS!

3:10 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sack BMJ , best joke i've heard in ages.Wake-up last year was our best for 16 years !! This year 'cos no carrick we started from scratch again, have patience,you had it for the last two years what suddenly run out as it? Your arguement is floored too,replacing jol for someone else would be better,it would not. Who ever took his place would still have a simular budget and the same problems attracting top quality players to the club,and also he /she would have to start from scratch again . Its far better to have a little faith and be realistic , confidence is a fragile thing a true fan should exercise a little restraint some mud sticks,and the press just read our blogs for ammo!! COYTOTTENHAM!!

7:01 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah - lets get the Hod in!

For feck sake people, Hod is a stuck up pretentious twat who would loose the dressing rooms within seconds like he did back in 2002/03!

If he came back, I'll give up my season ticket!

Jol needs another season. If it doesn't work than he goes...easy really..

7:24 AM, February 11, 2007

Blogger Greybeard said...

You fickle bunch of short-sighted moaning knee-jerk reactionists!!! A few weeks ago Martin Jol was a hero. The last few weeks since xmas have been his ONLY bad patch since taking over and you're turning against him. Here we go again, blame the manager. You sad lot. Bill Nicholson took Spurs to 18th in the League in his first season. Keith Burkinshaw took us to relegation. Both could so easily have been sacked and gone down in history as our two worst managers. Instead, the Board sensibly supported them and they went on to be our two most successful managers. I have no doubt that Jol will get us winning again and will go on to be a success.

8:50 AM, February 11, 2007

Blogger EL said...

Best article I've read on here for some time. Good writing Shelf.

I tend to take the view that as with 'letters to the editor' in newspapers, it's people with complaints who are most likely to write in so I think the percentage of posts here calling for Jol's head is misleading. I also question Jol's ability but sacking him as a result of his first really bad spell, after a 5th place finish in his first full season would be rather stupid. As for the Hod comments!!? If that's an example of your best alternative to Jol then i'm very glad Levy's in charge and none of you spanners.

We are still 3 good players away from a serious, balanced and strong team (L wing, creative mfield & L back) and our recent injuries have badly knocked our stability and confidence.

Good support helps at a time like this. Hysterically calling for the managers head does not.


9:06 AM, February 11, 2007

Blogger francis said...

The team formation needs review. The defence is frequently played. Playing the off side trap frequently lays bare the defence to attacks by opportunist minded attackers like how Henry, Bellamy and Saha/Rooney kind players. The defence must be taught, trained and moulded into a solid defence without gaping holes occuring very often. The team as a whole is very unstable. The forward line is frequently lacks the penerating ability even against lesser graded teams. They struggle and fumble. All this points towards the weakness of the team. Many need to go. Abd replaced with solid players.

9:08 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

superb points Greybeard. End of story.

9:08 AM, February 11, 2007

Blogger EL said...

I reckon you make some good points Francis. In my view; Malbranque, Zokora, Jenas & Huddlestone are not good enough together but with a tough, creative leader in the middle, they would rise to the occasion and grow in confidence.

Rocha looks bedazzled by the pace of the premiership but we'll only know if he cuts it sometime next season. The general lack of confidence and current injuries can't be helping him to settle either.

Go on the Spurs!

9:18 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Cliff T said...

I don’t advocate chopping and changing managers as soon as the going gets tough, but the question mark over BMJ has appeared, and he needs to show us hs mettle under pressure. This season for me is a tale of disappointment and I am much disillusioned. Cashing in on Carrick was a huge mistake and we now lack any linkage from defence to attack. Zokora lacks perception and Huddlestone, who can distribute the ball, is too one-paced - slow. Defoe is having terrible season. Keane is clever but lacks defensive edge and is really not a natural goal scorer. So Berbatov, a potential great, is on his own at the cutting edge.

The right side with Lennon and Chimbonda is good but we have no defence or attack on the left, so the side is totally asymmetric. Worse, without King we have no one who seems to be able to anticipate or defend crosses from the opposition. Other teams have realised this and attack us from our left flank and tear us apart – there is no shortage of right-sided class in the Premiership.

So I do not see us winning anything until we sort out the left side and get King back fit supporting the admirable Dawson as he continues to improve. Frankly we are three players short of a team – in old parlance a left back, left half and left wing.

This calls into question Jol for me. He doesn’t seem to be able to think out of the box and generally stays with the same tactics throughout (OK - excepting the desperation gamble at Sheffield yesterday). As a stopgap I would persist with Malbranque up front on the left with Ghaly, Zeigler or Tainio behind him, and be tempted to drop both Keane and Defoe. The present set up is just not working, and Jol doesn’t seem to be able to cope with that.

9:31 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

cliff t

we didn't cash-in on Carrick. He wanted to play for man u rather than Spurs. No club worth their salt keeps players with that view. Given that we pretty had to sell him, Levy performed a brilliant bit of tactical business by taking more than his worth from the deal.

9:43 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

why is there a disabled sign by the word verification box?

9:45 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sack Jol & Bring Hoddle back!
I bet Hoddle would come back for no wages to prove he can do the Job.

Last time he had to much to contend with "Pleat" and all George Grahams men ( Sherwood, Perry, Thatcher,Rebrov,that disrupted the team. Jol keeps rattling on about our players showing fight! But he just stands there with arms folded doing nothing. Wenger shows spirit on the touchline makes changes and gets results. Jol is not up to it, cut our losses

10:02 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It isn't what he has done, it's what he is doing.
We're supposed to be improving on performances ie moving upwards and onwards not aspiring to mediocrity like we have been for the last 10 years at least.
Looking back, it's astounding that last season having done so well, Jol was incapable of lifting the team to beat the likes of Sunderland etc ultimately costing us a Champions League place and the games we did win although definitely promising, were never entirely convincing.
The writing was on the wall well before the "poisoned" West Ham game.

We then caved in to Carrick's and Man U's demands sending out an "also ran" message before the season even started.

As for our present cup runs, is anybody truly convnced that we're going to win anything this season when up against decent opposition - like Sheffield United.
He's been here long enough to know that you can't be 2-0 up against Arsenal at home then blow it and then expect to be around that much longer unless you seriously bounce back with conviction.

Berbatov, Lennon, Chimbonda, Dawson, King, Robinson are the kind of players to build around.
Huddlestone and Zokora have a lot of convincing to do.
Generally, Defoe, Keane and Mido have looked so clueless up front being either permanently off-side or lacking the guile, touch and selflessness to often play in the one truly world class player who possesses these qualities, Berbatov, who admittedly needs to up his away performances.
Yet Jol and many others are convinced they can take us up to the next level.

It's all very well saying give Jol time be it 3, 4 or 5 years team but fans are sick of waiting to see a Spurs side with the philosophy and beliefs of a manager needs to win and who hates to lose, displayed on the pitch.
That surely doesn't take 3 seasons to project and whose to say that the best of the bunch such as Berbatov, Lennon and Dawson are going to want to stick around because Jol might be turn out to be "the man" not this season but perhaps the next.

10:12 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are they serious, get Hod back? 5-3 capitulations at home is just one that lives in the memory. God elp us!

10:25 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Players we have, wont stick around 2-3 years waiting for the manager to get things right, They will be gone, and then what will we be left with?
I'm also fed up of Bmj saying we wernt strong enough. The team is at its strongest, its ever been for many a year, If the team seems weak, then Bmj has only himself to blame, for not motivating them. He hasn't enheireted players, he has brought them.
However, I thought last year was a bit of a fluke, but I still feel Bmj needs to stay till the end of the season, to see if, in the time he has left, if he has the backbone to sort this out.

10:53 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jol must stay but Commoli must go. He has been a complete disaster after Arnesan laid the foundations what he has done. The icing on the cake is Rocha. Gifts the scum the winner, loves up his cheating mate just after he has cheated his team into the lead, reveals that he has only came to secure his pension and yesterday showed that he is worse than Vega. This is Commoli's doing -swapping maturing Davenport (who passes the ball better than Daws and will always score more goals) for this greedy pile of crap. Commoli must go and Hughton as well.

10:53 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Irrespective of whether Jol goes or not please ensure that you get Commolli's role right. Commolli has overall responsibility for the medical, academy, scouting and club secretarial departments. He has NO control whatsoever over the players in the 1st team squad. Jol has TOTAL control of who comes into the 1st team and it is Jol that supplies Levy with TWO lists of SPECIFIC players for the 1st team that HE wants. Blaming somebody else for buying players for the 1st team, other than Jol, is totally wrong. And Jol does NOT report to Commolli - let us all get behind the club and support the club but let us all know how the club works too.

10:55 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bring Back George Graham! He knows how to win things!!

11:06 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a bit fed up with hearing people calling for Matin Jol's head.There maybe problems but I see these only getting worse if we start playing musical chairs at this stage of the season - so any change at the top this summer at the earliest, but I think Jol deserves another season.
Also, there's no point mindlessly calling for a change ( à la Park Len - you twat ! )unless you've got some clear idea of who you intend to bring in.Anyone calling for Hoddle back have either just had a lobotomy, are in need of one or are Arse supporters on the piss). Ditto press reports linking us with journymen playeRs like Beattie etc. who are no better than the ones we've got.I suggest that anyone who think's 'so & so out' simply rephrase this as ' let's get so & so in' which I'm sure would lead to a more constructive discussion.

11:16 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

If "it'll be different when Ledley gets back" and "spurs can only be spurs with Ledley" ... then something's seriously wrong.
It shouldn't be the case that one man makes a team and without him they have no clue. That's down to the manager.

11:31 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bring back Venables, he hates it as assistant to mclaren anyway.

11:35 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice to see that we have real supporters....NOT!!!!
Spurs fans have a reputation of being fickle and boy are we living up to it....some bad results and performances and suddenly all the short sighted and armchair loving idiots come out of the woodwork and call for JOL OUT JOL OUT!!! you make me laugh you really do!!! you obviously know nothing about football...shame!! It was only a few months ago we were beating beskitas away ( which not many clubs have done so easily! ) and everyone was loving Jol!

Jols record speaks for itself ...hes been the best spurs manager in years..look at the your eyes!! every manager has a bad period....Jol WILL turn the corner!!

The only thing that makes me sad at the moment is not that we're going through a very dodgy spell but the the total idiots on these sites who are letting the club down and living up to the fickle tag!!!....

11:38 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never mind, we are still in 2 cups until next Saturday, and even then we will still be in at least 1 cup after that match, and then we may lose in the final of the EUFA cup and just about avoid relegation and then Holland will recruit Jol as their new National Manager.
That's what happened to Middlesborough last year so it must happem to us this year, right? Well, it's the same argument that the Jol crowd are using fo Jol to stay....Nicholson did this but we stuck by him and look....Burkinshaw got us relegated but then look what happened.....Fergie nearly got sacked but then.....
It's like reading the horoscopes in the News of the World.
The facts are that the team has been in decline for over a year, and anyone who doubts that can look up the results...we are getting worse and worse and something has to change. We cannot change the players, so either Jol has to demonstrate that he can change (no sign so far in this clueless season) or we have to change him.

11:39 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Sherwood, Perry, Thatcher,Rebrov,"

Unlike the rest, Rebrov was a good player until Hoddle came. Not his fault Hoddle was a twat and decided never to play him in favour of over the hill Sheringham and Ferdinand. Levy should have grown a spine and confronted Hoddle about never playing the club's record signing.

11:42 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are some of you short memoried knee-jerkers calling for Hoddle? He lost the dressing room by alienating all of his senior players, moaned about his bad luck with injuries, he was tactically inept (remember the 0-4 vs.Blckbn, 1-5 vs, Midd, 0-4 vs Soton?) and out of his last 24 PL games we won 6, drew 4 and lost 14 - relegation form. I am not a 'sack Jol' merchant but the sad thing is over the past 6 weeks we have seen the worrying sight of the same sort of tactical mistakes, poor results and excuses. I think Jol / Hughton might be Hoddle/Gorman in disguise - but Jol the time to change is when the season is finished,not now.

11:49 AM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Supporting the club for 46 years is NOT fickle - spending as much money, on the club, to buy a house is NOT fickle, supporting the Club until my dying day is NOT fickle.......However, a manager that has not put a penny into the club and has taken out hundreds of thousands of pounds for no return and has stated that he is off back to Holland in June 2009 regardless of how he leaves the club IS fickle!!!! Determine what the word fickle means and then show me ANY Spurs fan that does not care or love the club. Come on Jol tell us all why you spend so much time in Holland on your so called "scouting missions" - surely it cannot be because you are setting up the business that you have said you will start in 2009 which will be away from football? After all the matches you have seen in Holland (at the club's expense)what do we have to show for it? Ghally? Fans that do NOT care for the club ARE fickle - fans that care for the club are TRUE fans - Jol is out for himself and NOT the club therefore he IS fickle.

12:20 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jol out. No doubt. He just hasn't got it. Same coz he's great character. But its points we need. But I'm not going to jump on the hod band wagon, not because i don't love him, but we'd be setting ourselves up for more embarrasment. imagine if he fucked up like he did last time?! it's not like
he's improved since leaving. Look at the terrible job he did with Wolves. dull draw after draw. Now they're playin well under Mick?! So i am going to divert my attention to the one. the only. Jurgen. Passion! Class! Yid!

12:49 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

your'e next manager is lined up,in the stands to watch england the other night -his name claudio ranieri,you also need a playmaker-badly

1:01 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jol is an imposter , a total con man that always blames everything but himself ,is tactically poor and it wouldnt surprise me if he has dis ilussioned a few of our players with his constant critism (we need to be tougher, were not strong enough etc) when most times its his negativity, before, during, and after games. Hoddle clearly is a ridiculas idea he was crap last time ,is an ego maniac and hasnt suddenly changed his ways. my choice would be big sam at bolton , its rubbish that he just plays long ball all the time , he just gets the best out of the players he has, he wouldnt stand for the gutless,spineless performances , would stand up against the other managers ,refs decisions and not arse lick everyone and would imo be available if jol went, he would install metal and passion into the team in his own image( unlike just talk the talk jol!) and he knows how to beat the goons. so in closing big sam for spurs he would get the best out of, and not be fucked about by, our pre madonna players.

1:21 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Klinical said...

just had to say, its not "pre madonna". That was a joke right? I'm not one who has been making calls for Jol out but neither am I blind. I wouldn't be happy if we got rid of him but would be placated if Klinsmann came.

1:30 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

er ... yeah was a joke..... honest! glad it made ya laugh , but sadly my spelling etc is crap.

1:32 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

my heart says klinsmann, but my head says weve seen with hoddle that class ex players aint always the way forward

1:35 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

people calling for jol out are f***ing gooners. hes the best manager weve had for over a decade. Im also assuming u hav no knowledge of football, im a proffesional football coach and anyone saying he has no idea about the game are the kind of fans that give us spurs fans a bad reputation

1:41 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being the best in a decade is not really an indictment of Jol being any good as the likes of Gross, Francis, Graham or Hoddle hardly put us back to where we aspire to so he did not have much to beat - did he? - Jol is not up to the task of making us a top 4 club period - that does not make him a bad manager - it means that he is not the right man for the club.

1:53 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

God it's sad, Spurs fans with no faith or patience that other clubs are willing to show.
What is the most successfull team in the Premiership to date?
Man U.
Who have the longest running Manager?
Man U
Who almost sacked their manager due to poor results and achievements?
Man U

Just give him the time the team is unbalanced and under performing in my opinion, and yes it is the managers responsibilty to get them going but confidence is the key and we seem to have lost it but it will come back.
And the comments about Hoddle, man what has he ever achieved as a manager? nothing of note. he destroyrd the team confidence with his poor man management skills.
BMJ needs the time and fans who support him and the team, take last season was it fluke or was it the team starting to gel? or was it the fact we were in none of the cups and were eentirely focused on the league?
we lost a key player and have bought in players some not my choice but good players no doubt, the foreigners need time to adapt to the english game and i think it takes a couple of seasons if your lucky.
Lets just support them even though it is frustrating at the min i'm sure we will survive, and yes we wont make the top 6 but i think that tis the price you pay for cup runs without enough quality cover
and i think there are only 2 teams with enough quality to actually field a second string capable of challenging for the CL, the Scum and Chelski. even Man U can't manage that.


1:57 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous ali said...

I am with Parklen. Get jol out . he is hopeless clueless and is giving back nothing at a time whenw eare strugging, All he does is moan at our lack of fight and effort,
He is a lost cause.

I am with Len


2:04 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep Jol. Hes got the best chance of sending you losers down


2:05 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

to the "pro footy coach" im a "gooner" that has followed spurs home and away for the last ten years spending hat fulls of money i could of other wise spent on my kids and family, I dont care about reputations etc i just want the best for the club and to get some return from the franchise which is now spurs! your argument is based on just blind faith imo, yes he improved us (wouldnt be to hard from pleat the caretaker year , but he seems to have gone as far as he can go and now if anything we are going backwards, would it if helped if we keped faith with francis, gross, hoddle? of course not, having a coaching badge ,doesnt make everyone else wrong and having absolute blind faith certainly doesnt make you more loyal!

2:06 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

sick of these keep jol, it will all be ok comments ,what is this based on? last year? that was last year! you have to consistantly move forward in football or you get left behind and this year we have gone backwards, we have players lots of other clubs would love to have, we have spent a lot of money and are not producing results. i would rather be called fickle than sound like some off my trolley mystic meg saying it will all suddenly come good when there is no evidence on the pitch that that is the case!

2:16 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel that Spurs a fixing me out,...they dont want to win certain games.....why im not sure...but there is an alterior motive behind the points dropped and why certain key players a missing under dubious circumstances......i think spurs are actually a lot stronger than some fans think....i am also expecting a strong UEFA CUP finish....and a very strong run in next years domestic season.... i could be wrong though....

3:11 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Must admit how could you play football on that pitch yesterday?? a premiership disgrace.....nevertheless we are playing without confidence and passion.Im not sure if Jol out is the answer though.....

3:35 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

stay behind Jol, he is the manager to bring the glory back. Remember when ferguson almost get fired from United but they stuck with him and then what happend?
Stopp Crying babys we are the best supporters in England cause we are the mighty spurs, So lets get behind and support them on the field go on Tottenham

3:38 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Jol should be given more time - he is a great manager. It is as much the players fault. They are not performing as they are capable of. Hoddle is not a good manager. He is far too arrogant. I would hate to see him back at the lane.

3:53 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

keep jol, if we sack him, well just get another manager. then hell start loasing, then all you lot will want him sacked. unless a manager wins every game, then you'll all want him sacked. look how long it took ferguson and wenger before they won anything. and can anyone name a manager since the 1990 who got us into europe through the league?
tell you what, lets bring back christian gross, because he's an awesum manager, or maybe george graham, cos he definately loves the club.
give martin time, hes a top manager, and hell bring the glory days back to whl. COYS!

3:55 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hes a top manager ( yeah right ) he's a con artist that talks the talk and fooled everyone including the players last year ,being found out this! if i hear the man u comparison 1 more time i will scream its such bollocks fergie is a one off to say give anyone time and it will come good is simply crap, so the goons shouldnt of sacked rioch and got wenger or fergie should of never got the chance because if man u kept the manager before him they would still be where they are now coz of "time" you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find a prince and sadly i dont think jol is ours

4:10 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

id like to kno you is bringin in the players does jol have any say in who he wants or is it the board and comoilli coz they need to stop buying average ala murphy, gharly, lee, stalteri, ekotto. and start buyin quality players with fire in thier belly who are as passionate as the fans to do well for the club

5:58 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

paxton - i still wanna know who comolli bought that jol didnt want? time to put up or shut up.

6:24 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This week is essencial. Next Sunday is FACUP away with Fulham.
Yesterday even Berby looked lost. What the hell is a manager for?
Stop the excuses, managers and coaches: they have time for meetings and training this week.
Urgent is the midfield non existence and the lack of leadership. Keane got one yellow yesterday and didn't help on avoiding the other four. Not good enough.We cannot keep on waiting for King as he's only due in April.
Remember one week from now it could all be over and then it's just a question of time to happen the same in the UEFA CUP.
And in the Summer I'm afraid our star will be gone, because no one man makes a team: when the team is progressing the players get better and the stars shine; when the teams suck the players lose heart and fail and the stars dim(pun intended).I don't want to lose our bright star Dimmitar, neither do I want to be humilliated like this every week and keep pretending I'm part of a great club.
To dare is to do.
Do or die, Jol!

6:36 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jol has been tactically inept this season.. and has made some mistakes... i mean, No formula has been kept... he's spent all season mixing things up and the team hasn't gelled. He needs a good dose of b*llocks if you ask me, leave out zokora, and allow one of the CM's to make forward runs, we rely on wide areas to be where we create and only have one winger (of quality), why let davids go, we could have used him in this patch. Going to a 4-5-1 when we were 2 to the good at home with arsenal was negative and stupid... who lets arsenal come at them?? Really??

He needs to stay, because i dont see a reason that he shouldnt have a chance... he's done well, and up until recently we all looked at that squad and thought, wow, we can do damage... a bad run of results is a test of his metal, but one im sure he'll come through, when he starts playing players on merit, and passion.

When will we learn to be patient at spurs.... we arent a big club at the moment, and its going to take time to put us back where we belong... whoever does it.

6:37 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous memz said...

look! at the end of the day with the squad of players we have we should not be looking outside the top 5 at all.
all that rubbish jol says about"we are not a strong team yet" is rubbish we only have carrick missing from last year i mean was he the big diffrence, we dont have a playmaker to create anything when we go forward except lennon we dont have a clue on what to do.
we have been rubbish for a while now and if jol cant see this and 36,000 people see it every week then im afraid we have some problems.

8:35 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous goonpower plot said...

16 points clear

17 including goal difference.

Looking forward to the special occassion.

Bit late last year.

But wont be this year.

St Totteringham Day is coming soon.

All hail St Totteringham Day.

ooo 2 bee

8:42 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous memz said...

why is a gooner reading our site suppose like his team their web page is shit is well

8:45 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous spurs4ever said...

u cheating scum won today with 2 offside goals and wigan shud have got a penalty when 1 - 0 up.
same old arsescum, always cheating.
and will henry be punished for his totally inexcusable behaviour towards kirkland? course not.
same old arsescum, always cheating.
now fuck off back to the bin laden bowl.

9:12 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous timebandito said...

one thing i dont like , we allways rush players back from injuries.take tanio he's been out for a good few spells,and allways rushed back into the team quick as possible.The modern game is a lot quicker than 20 years ago,but still in the past managers used to build up a players fitness and slowly intoduce them back into the 1st team,the idea being to then get the player match fit!! Now how many games this year have we had rushed players back in the 1st team? YES we are not a big club that proves it,the quality that jol feels he has and the extra pressure he places on returning injured players in pursuit of results is worth the cost,but i dont believe so. It's just not done at the top four and like they got more quality then us,they NEVER take to the field without 11 matchfit players,atm i doubt very much if tanio or janus are matchfit and we trying to win away from home,i know lennon and hudd were ill so this week ,it had to be done. And there's the real problem the SQUAD quality that is not gonna change over night and maybe wont be improved apon greatly till we get champs league and leads you into a chicken and egg situation!! now push back that 20 year itch!! IT sadly comes down to 1 thing football these days and if levi cannot provide the bullits then being a fan he should step aside and allow the club to compete as it deserves too!!

9:59 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wake and see what is really going on!!!!!

30/12 Liverpool H: Lost 1-0
01/01 Portsmouth A:Draw 1-1
14/01 Newcastle H: Lost 3-2
20/01 Fulham A: Draw 1-1
04/02 Man Utd H: Lost 4-0
10/02 Sheffield Utd A: Lost 2-1

Sequence: LDLDLL = Is rubbish and highly questionable.

Jol must be sacked right now, before any more bad results!!!!

And we must sack Damien Comolli for bringing complete players to our club:

Young-Pyo Lee
Teemu Tainio
Hossam Ghaly
Benoit Assou-Ekotto
Ahmed Mido

No Wonder we will never be any good with shite players like this all the sodding time!!!!!

So expect fcuk all this, and for future seasons!!!!

10:51 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wel said! Those players are crap, and are just not good enough.

10:59 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous chris said...

it all seems to of gone rather tits up since comielle came into the club, what sort of signing was rocha (not exactly young)?
now like Jol, but this seasons just gone from bad to worse, i think the end of season would be a better time judge, at least we are still in fa and uefa cups. win one those, and his saved his job (rember fergie when he came close to being sacked and secured himself more time with the fa cup win over palace)
seems to be that people compare Jol to ferguson, he could well turn out that way.
then again we could have an arsene wenger, he inherited a good squad and finished 3rd in his 1st season. jurgen klinsmann could well do that, just look at what he did with germany, a young inexperianced germany with a suspect defence, and lets face it they played beautifully!
he would make us play the spurs way, his also full of new training methods, a real modern manager.
and perhaps with klinsmann it would seem more like a derby game with arsenal (germany vs france perhaps)

10:59 PM, February 11, 2007

Blogger GardenCenter said...

Totally agree , those players MUST be kicked from the club.
Jol out offcourse , that arse Commoli out , Felix Magat to be appointed or Klinsman .
Am sick of Jol , i nearly cried for my club , and am not young, our club is pathetic because of a few muppets like Jol and some crap players like Tainio.....
I would keep only those players:
Chimbonda is the best!

Sorry Keane
Sorry Defoe

11:05 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ziegler can go as well. He is a light weight player who will never make the grade.

11:22 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous dannyboy said...

listen to you bunch of tossers. youve all been playing championship manager too long! if you didnt know, the transfer window is now closed until the summer. rather than he must go blah blah blah, what about some constructive comments? i love the gardencenters comments - if he had his way, we would have a squad of 10!!! with 16 new players to bed down in the summer! what a twat!
i reckon if we win the uefa cup, you would all be saying jol is the best thing blah blah.
my patience is wearing thin as well, but give reasons!! mine are well documented.

11:27 PM, February 11, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, we are not good enough to win any cups and we have no chance of finishing in the top 6.

With no wins in the last 6 results, no wonder pressure is growing on Jol. He made a load of excuses in his post match interview against Sheff Utd. He appears to be losing his authority at the club.

That is why he must be sacked if we do not win any of the next 4 games!!

Damien Comolli must also be held to account for spending millions omn dross players: Young-Pyo Lee,Teemu Tainio, Hossam Ghaly, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Ziegler & Ahmed Mido.

2:54 AM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This happens every few seasons=

Old manger loses a few bankers after starting "the most promising season for a few years for spurs" gets sacked.

New manager comes in rebuilds does ok, next season does better but we all complain "that he should have done more" & "next season we will shine" this dosent happen next season! Morale gets low while we whinge, so he loses a few bankers, gets the sack and it starts all over again!!!

Everyone we play is playing for sometinhg more than us, everyone below trying to avoid relegation while all those above palying for europe and we scream "jol out!!!"

Man utd were about to sack ferguson when he won a cup and went on to dominate english football for years!

Our team belive in Jol we should too!!! get behind them and (without wanting to sound too much like delia) be the extra man!


3:59 AM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous holly said...

we are shit
shit are we
jol out now

9:50 AM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Wizard of Spuroz just had a look in the crystal ball and saw:
Sunday bye bye FA Cup.
The Wizard saw next Monday Spurs will fire Jol.
The Wizard urges Levy to call George Smallsman in California, right now, to be prepared.
The Wizard also urges readers to use English-German dictionary to find out the identity of Mr. Smallsman, the true king of WHLane !

5:16 PM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't even think of getting an italian manager, unless you want to play like Chelsea does.
It's Jurgen or nothing: the only thing that can make him leave California is an urgent challenge needed by the club of his heart: Spurs. Call the man. Now! How many players are on jol's side right now? I'm telling you Levy and Comoli are not to blame. Jol is already over, you'll see.

5:33 PM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good points:
timebandito: yes, you do know a lot, mate, you've just touched the utmost, but not the only, touchy point where Jol reveals himself as a gladiators coach and starts losing the players respect. the way he implies they are playing sick is barbaric and stupid: they get injured again (Tainio and Mido) and they start to dislike him with all the reason in the world.
See, gents, Jol is not the nice guy you lot think he is. Ask the players and they will tell you off record. ask Davids and I'm sure he will tell you on record.

dannyboy: yes, the transfer window is closed, only the manager can be changed. the board has to chose between saving the UEFA Cup or facing relegation.

That's all for now, folks!

5:54 PM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

recent polls have shown that the 'jol out' brigade are in the extreme minority. That says it all.


6:58 PM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been to every away game.

We have been shit for periods in every one of em.

1 win

10 goals

Relegation form.

Jol has had a fortune to spend/

He has bought badly.

Key players aint doin it.

Tactics are odd

Subs are strange

Touchline coachin is non existant

Jol is hopless

Get im out


11:58 PM, February 12, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel sorry for Levy.Who had done so many things trying to get our great club moving the right direction.Last season seems like another false dawn.

Some of you literally worship Jol but you have forgotten he had a lot of backing from Levy.

With the money we had spend, we must be at least 5th by now.

Jol just don't cut it.... at spurs anyway.I like the way he handle himself in public but nice guy don't win you points.He don't have the street smartness chaps like big Sam or Harry R. possess.It's hard to tell whether Jol is a lousy manager as Harry R. was rubbish at West Ham but now come good at Pompey.Same story with Houllier now at Lyon.

It's going to be tough for Levy what to do next.Sack Jol and start thr rebuilding all over again ?Or stick with him when all the flaws are so apparent.

Maybe Jol needs help.Chris hughton has been around for too long.Maybe getting a better right hand man would do the trick.


9:46 AM, February 13, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whose polls you talkin about
Any spurs man i speak to thinks Jol is poor
My poll is unanimous
Get Jol out

7:55 PM, February 13, 2007

Anonymous martin jol said...

anonymous 7.55
ur a twat

11:33 PM, February 13, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

In 24 hours Parma fired the manager and got Rainieri as boss.
I say that is what the club should do if we lose the FA Cup Sunday: Jol out, in Klinsmann.

12:36 PM, February 14, 2007

Anonymous Goonpower Plot said...

Spurs ? You are irrelavent.
Not a big club
No cahnce of being one in the near future.
And a long with the spammers the laughing stock of the prem.

No class
No hope
and just a few fading black n white memories/

6:50 PM, February 14, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

goonpower plot (should that be twat?)

come back when you buy a dictionary. muppet.


10:47 PM, February 14, 2007

Blogger sccrchc10 said...

whos jol?

3:37 AM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Goonpower Plot said...


Real Madrid star Robinho has rejected talk he could move to Tottenham if he decided to leave El Santiago Bernabeu.

The Brazilian international recently voiced his disappointment at his lack of first team chances this season.

Robinho has struggled to hold down a spot in Fabio Capello's starting XI this term.

The former Santos man hinted he could consider his future at Real if his situation did not improve.

Rumours emanating from Spain suggested Tottenham were monitoring Robinho's situation, but the classy forward has dismissed the possibility of moving to White Hart Lane.

Robinho insists Tottenham are not a big enough club for him if he was to leave the Spanish capital.

"Reports that I'd move to Tottenham are wide of the mark," Robinho told Marca.

"If I had to leave Real, I'd choose to join another a big club.

"I don't regard Tottenham Hotspur as a big club."

6:35 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Goonpower Plot said...

King Kolo with Queen Elizabeth at the Palace today.!

Spurs might be at the Palace next season ...

Crystal Palace !!

6:46 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Cottage Pie said...

Spurs season will end at 6pm Sunday at the mighty Fulham
Unless you consider that 2 bob euroshit cup something worthwhile.

Up the Fulham

7:46 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder how much robinhohoho knows about the size of Tottenham's fan base in comparison to all the other premiership clubs outside the top 4?

Sounds like sour grapes coz he can't get a game. Poor love.


8:01 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the euroshit cup would be enough for me. unfortunately I don't see Spurs getting it unless:
1. a miracle happens
2. Klinsmann substitutes Jol next Monday.
Even Worse:
I'm afraid Spurs will lose Berbatov in the Summer. He was a step away from going to Real and he chose Spurs. Well, everybody makes mistakes, but now he knows he's too good for the club and the club will get him no trophies.
1. a miracle happens
2. Klinsmann substitutes Jol next Monday.

8:03 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh and cottagepie, I don't know any Spurs fans who have a problem with flahhhm. In fact I quite like the club. What's rattled your cage? Has the shadow cast by stamford bridge cut out all your sunshine? Cheer up, it could be worse. You could be several games unbeaten in the Uefa cup. Think how awful & embarrassed you'd feel then but luckily you don't have that problem.

Peace, Yid15.

8:11 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hard but true: Robinho is right. In fact there is no big club outside the top four. Those four get all the trophies and compete in Europe. That is the mark of a big club, not the number of fans. And fans of losers are masochists. Pity !

8:33 PM, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Pax 123 said...

Why didnt we have a match in the eufa cup tonite ???

12:04 AM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous henri r said...

Because you brain dead ignorant twat we were due to play a team who were banned .

You obviously aint read a paper for 4 weeks.

Shame Bolton couldnt do the scum . Must say tho the scum were good even tho they were shit at finishing.

Fulham is a must win game or else our season will be an embarassing flop .

Lets get behind em at the cottage unlike the our poor show on and off the pitch at ashburton grave

12:11 AM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you've not read a paper in four weeks pax i'd say you're ahead of the pack with regards to ingnorance.

feyenooooord were banned by uefa for having a few too many violent fans.

Hope our nutters stay clear.

Ps. big rumour going round the city (friend works there) that someone is on the verge or has made a bid for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

9:53 AM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

jol will be playing for the draw to get a replay. wanna bet? don't say I didn't warn ya.

5:30 PM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Playing for a draw???!!
Against fulham in the cup???!!

Don't be so bloody stupid!

6:04 PM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

just like with cardiff, jackass!

6:31 PM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon 5.30

wake up and smell the coffee. what a twat you are.

6:59 PM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous lets all larf at spurts said...

Yes ,, Arsenal have bid £ 500 to buy spurts.

Plans are to rip the shithole down and build a tesco.

ooo 2 beee

10:49 PM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Martin jol is the man to take us to the next level but he has to brush up on these signings you lot on here keep saying its the players fault but its not the players play to their ability and the likes of assou-ekotto,ghaly,murphy,zokora,gardner,lee,stalteri,mido,rocha,davenport,are all average players i blame mj,ch,dc the signings have been terrible i could write a list of players we could have signed instead of them that would now see us in the top 5 but i think we give them untill the end of next season if we dont qualify for the c/lge all 3 must go.

10:57 PM, February 16, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like Levy's made his wedge and is ready to cash-in.

IF it's true and we're sold, lets hope it results in a new ground without a huge dept and without the chelski type tidal wave of money on players.


10:49 PM, February 17, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

If levy do leave as chairman, it will be one of the saddest day in the club history.The club solid financial position despite our huge outlay on players showed that he was a excellent chairman who had back the manager.

Levy is a very clever operator, the most academically qualified chairman in the premiership; cambridge economics graduate.

He needs to stay for the good of the club.But I believed he is one of the most unlucky chairman around.; missing out on the CL spot,Arnesan defecting and Satini leaving are events he could not control.

The man who I think who holds the key for the long term future of the club is not MJ,King or Lennon, but our very dynamic chairman.

11:07 AM, February 18, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Park Len u cunt shut up you are such a pilok get a fucking life !

3:23 PM, February 18, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jol is a fantastic manager and this is no more than a blip, it will go away hopefully today and we will be thankful for all the MR Jol has brought to the club. We are all passionate about our club but i suggest some of you look at the last 15 years and see what real spurs fans have been through ! Jol has been our savour and i believe he will build a great side before he "decides" to leave not when the minority of fans think its time....

Tottenham Hotspur Forum

3:29 PM, February 18, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess u can’t have your cottage pie and eat it???

For the Fulham fan that said our season would end today... What else are your bags of shit, spurs rejects, playing for now?

For the shallow spurs fan who said our away form has been "relegation form" what happened today? Perhaps the players had a week without all u fickle shitbag fans on there back, perhaps they need your support, not your mindless rants and pessimistic chants!

I still remember the truly bad days, get your fucking heads up and do your club proud!!!!!!



7:54 PM, February 18, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good things come to those who keep da faith.

12:58 AM, February 19, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Read in the esteemed Feb edition of "World soccer" in a Q&A with Seville manager Juande Ramos that he was approached through his agents about the coaching role at our club.Seville also used the similar coach/sporting director structure and Ramos is totally at ease with that kind of arrangement.I don't think any English managers are comfortable with that kind of arrangement.

I think Levy has been planning the plan B if things don't worked out with Jol.

But I think Jol got things right last night.We were solid against Fulham and we kept a clean sheet.I rather have 4-0 than 6-1 if you ask me.


6:08 AM, February 19, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

against lesser teams yeah u spuds take the cake.

come to the emirates & we'll wipe that smug look keane epitomises for good.

by the way, uefa has granted 10 slots for the epl in the champs league next season on.... NOT!

my squirrel has more euro experience than u sad lot.

7:30 AM, February 19, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is nothing if we go back again. if we stop evolving we won't beat any of the top four and we won't get the FACUP and neither will we get the UEFA CUP.
so, smile, lads, BUT concentrate, please. Everton is a must win. Keep the pressure on them Jol.

11:40 AM, February 19, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the idea of a goon spending his time on a Spurs site to accuse OUR players of being smug! LOL

3:19 PM, February 19, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any so called " Arsenal " fan as they call themseles coming on our message boards, ripping the shit out of players manager stadium etc etc are really not " Arsenal "fans they are just some little twat face c*nts who have nothing better to do but act like fucking pricks and another thing any one questions the atmosphere obviously has never been to a Spurs game !!! And the there is the Imigrants Stadium ( Emirates ) QUIET AS FUCK !!!!!!


8:15 PM, February 21, 2007


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