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Tag Archives: Spurs
June 2010 saw a disappointed Scott Parker return home after being left out of Fabio Capello’s final World Cup squad. Much like Rob Green, Parker was overlooked for too long before receiving further international recognition and, after finally breaking into … Continue reading
In an effort to avoid reading about last night’s loss to Saints I decided to look back to the days of Carlos Tevez. Whatever your opinion on Tevez, nothing will change my memories of his season in the claret and … Continue reading
I’ve been openly critical of Freddie Piquionne on this blog and I feel it’s with good reason. I once wrote a post calling Carlton Cole the ‘perpetual infuriator’, due to faltering levels of performance based on his effort rates, and this … Continue reading
This is the third in my series of posts about good memories from last season, and I can’t believe I’ve managed to think of three. This one came earlier in the season than my first two memories – Parker’s Kiss … Continue reading
Despite being resigned to relegation for a good few weeks, I’m still not sure it’s sunk in properly. Walking to work this morning I nearly had a heart attack over the minor realisation that both the sleeve badges and player … Continue reading
More often that not a draw always seems a bit of a disappointment, but when you consider our overall form of the last few seasons, an away draw at White Hart Lane is something to be pleased about. The match … Continue reading