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If wishes were horses, beggars would ride. If turnips were swords, I’d wear one by my side. If ifs and ands were pots and pans, there’d be no need for tinkers’ hands.

Anyone looking for something more sophisticated to kick than next door’s cat only has to dwell upon all the points dropped thrown hurled over arm bowled away in games against clubs who now litter the lower half of the table.

Now we can move on (some of us by the scruff of the neck) from the rosary bead clutching that dogged yesterday’s blog perhaps it’s time to assess the plan moving forward. And I’m not talking about the next few games. For information on the loss of 4th place kindly read the paragraph above this one.

The criminal yesterday outside of that lobotomised fecktard with the flag was undoubtedly Arry. He went for a draw. Look at the way he lined ’em up. Look at the way he sent ’em out. Look at the way he moved ’em about.

And what was the look of thunder about when Sandro scored? Was that the right time for a poker face? Arry tactically outwitted again. Is this old dog capable of learning new tricks?

Anyhoo, here are some player ratings…


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  • locospur says:

    video technology is what we need

  • Dan says:

    I think that’s pretty harsh on Harry. We may have rode our luck at times in the first half, but in midfield we more than matched them. If our attack was half as good as our midfield (which is probably top 2 in the league, after Chelsea), we would have have 4th sewn up ages ago. I also thought Kaboul had a pretty good game. Good going forward, pretty solid at the back, if a little slow to get back sometimes. Oh, and Sandro is a beast.

    • nicktheyid says:

      kaboul!!! he gave the ball away every time he went forward EVERY TIME didnt pass to lennon once in the second half

  • nicktheyid says:

    looks like you were right in your prediction harry.but I also said no silly mistakes and we could get a point or more.so i feel vindicated in that too.as soon as the ex-geordie maggot strutted onto the pitch the feeling in my gut was of him loosing a player for the blues to score.cant say it was his fault but hes got to go.kaboul was atrocious !!The game was set up for crouch to hold the ball up in the second half and get behind it ….but no defoe and steven penis come on???? how that boy plays premier league i have no idea slow weak no ideas or invention.that could have summed up all but modders yesterday.hope we can keep him

  • Van derf Haart says:

    To be fair to Chelsea they were solid at the back, and breaking them down would have needed us to be playing at our very best. We were lucky to go one up, and whilst their goals were dubious, we didnt get close to scoring another. Even drog defended well from our set pieces and a draw would have been a fair result. We just weren’t good enough!

  • forhodssake says:

    Bring back liam diamond for a reasoned debate!

    With the benefit of hindsight, thinking that we could go to an inform Chelsea, scrapping to retain their title, having not won there since forever, with refereeing decisions likely to go their way and on a dismal run of form (one from 10? – and that was a nervy win over Stoke) was a tad optimistic.

    Our chances went against the relegation fodder and before that when Harry was apparently the only Spurs associated person in the country who couldnt see that our strikers werent up to it and we neede to sign someone.

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