"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


Monday, May 07, 2007

Europe here we come plus the **Goals**

Spurs brushed away Charlton to take a massive step towards finishing fifth and qualifying for the UEFA cup for the second season running via the league. To be fair Charlton battled hard and had a series of corners throughout the match but never really troubled Robinson. Spurs were generally poor throughout and had trouble keeping the ball. At 1-0 we were too willing to attack and then retreat the ball back to Robinson but we got the second late on with a good strike from Jermaine Defoe. Good to see the little man get back in the goals and he could start against Blackburn as Keane looks knackered.

I like Charlton - always a good day out for us usually but relegation couldn't be sweeter for Pardew. This is the man who went hell for leather in making sure the Spammers beat us on the last day of the season last year even though it meant mothing for the Eel Munchers and they had the FA cup final the following week. Good riddance Pardew.

Here are the goals in typical Shelf style.


  • Goals
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    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Or you can see the goals here:

    12:28 AM, May 08, 2007

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    yup, Pardew deserved it! he should of let us win at the end of last season....justice served

    5:23 AM, May 08, 2007

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    What goes around comes around...when you laugh at other misfortune, you will get it back.

    I have a lot of time for Alan Pardew the manager but not the silly petty rivalry.

    As for the relegation battle, I'm hoping Man U turn it on and thrash the spammers.

    Hope Sheffield Untd and Wigan played out to let Wigan win by 1-0

    Let the spammers have a taste what is like to have something taken away from them at the last game of the season.

    4:43 PM, May 08, 2007

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Yep, wet spam for relegation. Spurs to finish fifth with 62 points!
    Europe, here we come, again!

    5:28 PM, May 08, 2007


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