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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Live from Sheffield.


Jol makes changes as we look for maximum points away from home today. Defoe is dropped with Robbie Keane partnering Berbatov. Lennon does not play and nor does Huddlestone. Jenas is in the middle with Zokora. Rocha plays with Dawson. COYS!

22 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

JOL OUT

4:23 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have never been more ashamed to be a tottenham fan,they have a decent young squad and they still cant score in a brothel, if u cant beat a very poor sheffield united side, whether its at home or away should not make a difference, something needs to change and very very soon!!!

4:27 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am impressed. We will soon be facing relegation. If we lose at Fulham and are being sent out of Europe, Jol must be sacked immediately.

4:58 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More shite play!!!!!!

5:03 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This club is in freefall

5:05 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pathetic, its a disgrace that we cant even compete with the likes of Reading and Portsmouth. Sell Zakora, Tanio, Lee etc. And why the fuck didnt Defoe start. Shite, shite, shite. ARSE!!!!!!!! ARSEHOLES!!!!!! ARSEHOLES!!!!!!!!!!! ARSES!!!!!!!!!

5:11 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous PARK LEN said...

WILL ALL YOU JOL ARSE LICKERS NOW AGREE WITH ME.
OR ARE YOU STILL TOO BRAIN DEAD TO SEE THE PROBLEMS.


JOL OUT

JOL OUT

JOL OUT


LET ME HEAR YOU NOW .

ON THIS SITE,

IN THE STREETS

IN THE PUBS

IN THE STADIUM

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

JOL OUT


JOL OUT

JOL OUT

I HAVE BEEN SAYING IT FOR MONTHS.!!

GET THE FAT FUCKER OUT BEFORE WE GET SUCKED INTO RELEGATION SHIT

5:11 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous PARK LEN said...

WILL ALL YOU JOL ARSE LICKERS NOW AGREE WITH ME.
OR ARE YOU STILL TOO BRAIN DEAD TO SEE THE PROBLEMS.


JOL OUT

JOL OUT

JOL OUT


LET ME HEAR YOU NOW .

ON THIS SITE,

IN THE STREETS

IN THE PUBS

IN THE STADIUM

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

JOL OUT


JOL OUT

JOL OUT

I HAVE BEEN SAYING IT FOR MONTHS.!!

GET THE FAT FUCKER OUT BEFORE WE GET SUCKED INTO RELEGATION SHIT

5:12 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous blue day said...

I think jol is doin a blinding job.Hope he takes you tossers to the conference.

Up the Chelsea

5:14 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck off you sucker of a russian mercenary's rotten cock

5:17 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just one win in eight league games, and 10 points away from a European spot is just not on!!!

Robinson - Overweight!!!
Chimbonda
Dawson
Rocha - Rubbish, why did we buy him?
Assou-Ekotto - not good enough!!
Jenas
Zokora - £8m waste of money
Tainio - sicknote!! (Defoe 63 - flatters to deceive!!!)
Malbranque - not a winger!! (Mido 73 - Mr Average!!!)
Keane
Berbatov

No wonder we are shite , and have only won one in eight games!!!!

Expect fcuk all this season!!!!

5:20 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am also finding myself impressed that Jol can fail to get the best out of the squad we have. Believe me, those players out there today should have more about them than bloody sheffield united. The tactics are absolutely pitiful. The strikers are getting no ball from the midfield so lets take off midfielders and put on more strikers. It absolutely smacks of desperation. I don't think that Jol has any idea what to do or why the players are playing crap or how to make his players play. Jol just loves that long ball football, I'd like to suggest that he has absolutely no idea how Tottenham play football, we are not Wimbledon or Watford although a few more games like that one and we'll be down there amongst them. £60 million pounds spent and look where we are in the table, it is inexcusable. I also think Hughton is a major part of the problem, he has presided over years and years of mediocrity, both him and Jol need to go. I'm not just reserving blame for the manager and his assistant, the players have no fight at all, they go a goal down and they give up. I am fed up with players who pick up their wages and do nothing on the pitch. We pay there wages and they have no respect for that at all. Nobody should be guaranteed their place. All in all I am disgusted with the capitulation today, we need players who will sweat blood for the shirt.

5:22 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Blogger GardenCenter said...

Robinson - OK
Chimbonda - OK
Dawson - OK
Rocha - Summer OUT
Assou-Ekotto - NOT OK
Jenas - OK
Zokora - NOT OK
Tainio - SUMMER OUT
Malbranque - OK
Keane - WHATS GOIN ON WITH HIM?
Berbatov - OK ...

5:25 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous GOONERWORLD said...

Arsenal's global support grows to 27 million fans
editorial@hamhigh.co.uk
09 February 2007
Arsenal can expect a call from the Guinness Book of Records very shortly thanks to their ever-expanding global support.

The club's current official membership figure now stands at approximately 175,000 - ahead of such heavyweights as Barcelona, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Glasgow Celtic and Bayern Munich - and enough to fill The Emirates nearly three times over.

All are fully-paid up in one of a number of members' schemes set up by the club prior to the move to the new stadium last July.

And the figure comfortably beats the current highest membership which, according to the famous chronicler of records, belongs to Portuguese giants Benfica.

The famous Lisbon-based club, it states, officially have 161,000 paying members.

Arsenal's global standing has risen sharply in recent years and shows no sign of receding with millions of supporters around the world.

According to the club's official encyclopedia, the most recent estimate in 2005, by Granada Media, which owns 9.9 per cent of the club, put the worldwide figure at 27 million fans - making Arsenal the unofficial third best supported club in the world.

And attendances, since moving to the new 60,000-seat stadium in Ashburton Grove, Holloway, have jumped by around 57 per cent.

The Gunners are now on course for the highest aggregate attendance in a season.

Encouragingly, 29,000 of those 175,000 - a decent average gate for most Premiership clubs - are members of the Junior Gunners scheme, the most successful of its kind in British football and a "market leader" since its inception back in 1983.

Little could the club have realised at the time just how much it would grow.

The junior membership arm of Arsenal now employs seven full-time staff alone.

However, this is not the first time the Gunners have enjoyed such wide support stretching to all four corners of the globe.

In the inter-war years Arsenal were recognised as the biggest and most famous club side in world football, thanks to the rock-solid foundations laid by Herbert Chapman.

A remarkable story which the fascist press in Italy cooked up - an eccentric snippet of propaganda, even by Benito Mussolini's standards - underlined the club's unrivalled fame at the time.

The self-styled Il Duce tried to use the supposed plight of one of Arsenal's major stars - Cliff "Boy" Bastin - to lift morale when reports surfaced that the winger had been captured during the Battle of Crete in 1941.

For several days the calcio-mad Italians reveled in the news, until word filtered through that he was, in actual fact, manning an air raid post back at Highbury.

The legendary Hungary and Real Madrid star Ferenc Puskas grew up in Budapest following the Gunners as a little boy and Cuban president Fidel Castro has been a supporter for much of his life, further showing the club's appeal across the continents.

The communist revolutionary even once juggled official engagements to watch the Gunners live in action in France, during a 1-0 win at Auxerre in 1995.

Nine successive Champions League campaigns, a foreign legion of players - 14 nationalities make up the current 45-strong squad - and the Premiership's extraordinary international success have propelled Arsenal's standing in hitherto untouched areas such as Africa and the Far-East - there is even a dedicated TV programme on the club in Japan.

5:43 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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. Sacking Offence?

5:45 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ya still a bunch of cu@ts though

5:45 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous crapper said...

Most interesting.
We used to be a big club
We are in the shit
We are in the poo
We are now sliding down the shute into the septic tank .

Jol
Robo
Asso
Malbank
Zoks
Keane

are all dire shite and must be flushed down the bog

In other words we are in the sewers

5:50 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why the fuck did jol buy rocha.
He is utter crap and jol should be sacked for that alone

5:52 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous PARK LEN said...

PARK LEN said...
WILL ALL YOU JOL ARSE LICKERS NOW AGREE WITH ME.
OR ARE YOU STILL TOO BRAIN DEAD TO SEE THE PROBLEMS.


JOL OUT

JOL OUT

JOL OUT


LET ME HEAR YOU NOW .

ON THIS SITE,

IN THE STREETS

IN THE PUBS

IN THE STADIUM

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

JOL OUT


JOL OUT

JOL OUT

I HAVE BEEN SAYING IT FOR MONTHS.!!

GET THE FAT FUCKER OUT BEFORE WE GET SUCKED INTO RELEGATION SHIT

5:11 PM, February 10, 2007

5:57 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous parklanespur said...

i don't think martin jol should be sacked.

he has made a lot of mistakes this season and has to take huge responsibility for them! but it is far to early into his reign to just sack him.

ppl have bad runs............itsa about learning from them and making sure we bounce back.

if we don't then thats where the problem lies.

6:55 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ALTERNATIVELY:

Call me a prick but:

Jol could just as easily win the UEFA Cup (because he knows European football)

& use his new-found knowledge to challenge the top 4 in the Prem next season.

10:07 PM, February 10, 2007

 
Anonymous Tottinghams said...

Very harsh some of the stuff said on here.

But I'd give him the next 4-5 games to prove his worth.

12:28 AM, February 11, 2007

 

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