Date: 12th February 2011 at 12:51pm
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One factor that may separate these two is Asamoha Gyan. ‘Oh really H, this is there danger-man is it?’ Well, he does have a certain something that Spurs are sorely lacking.

He’s a striker with 8 goals to his name.

This isn’t a thinly disguised attack on Crouchino but it might be a good time for to offer more and to bury a couple.

Steve Bruce is still on grieving after dumped him. will undoubtedly be naming two teams of eleven players. One that can play and another that’s part of a pandemic at The Lane.

Some ropey betting advice,  but first I just want to pass on that I read this morning Teemu Tainio is doing a preseason with Red Bulls. I want to wish him well. After some probably quite miserable stints in the after Spurs, it warms the heart to think of him jogging about in the sunshine being treated with some respect again. Good luck mate.

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And so to losing a few nicker. Bet365 seem to have the standout deal with them matching any deposit up to £200. So you lose your stake and the Bet365 fairy gives it back to you.

Spurs win 2-1 Anytime Scorer@18/1.

Double Chance or the Draw@4/9.

Spurs win 2-1 Gyan Anytime Scorer@25/1.

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