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Good morning all.

Roll on Sunday and the opportunity to watch a football match. Yes, a point in the bag, good to give the kids a run out and all that but it was horrible viewing and I don’t believe I’ll bother watching any more of this pap. 

On a practical note it will be interesting to take a peek at ticket sales for home fixtures for games featuring such weakened teams sheets. I would imagine that Levy & Co will be all over Arry on this and it may be a good juncture to run the tape showing fans fleeing the Lane during the course of the second half of the Hearts match.

I will of course be blasted for suggesting this with such illuminating arguments as ‘we woz 5-0 up’ ‘good to see the kids play’ but I wonder (with the notable exception of clowns such as ‘Proper Fan’ who soon naffed off when reminded that the game was included in his Season Ticket…) how many of the poor bar stewards contemplating reaching into their already recession hit pockets will bother.

Maybe I’m out of touch. Maybe I’m not a true fan. Maybe watching children play chase ball is the future. I have never tried Lachanorizo –  Cabbage with rice – but my guess is it’s a truly dull dish.

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  • Phil McAvity says:

    You should try everything once Harry! Now where did I put my butt plug?

  • KevTheRev says:

    I’ll b honest I forgot all about the game, and had a night out… Sorry, but I’m interested in the boy Kane how was he play ‘like Pav or Rooney??

    • essexian76 says:

      He was like Kane, but hard to tell if anyone would be a ‘superstar’ in the making, although why all the fuss about GDS is beyond me, total waster.

      • Bobbles says:

        Agreed, I suspect the GDS lovers will soon be changing their tune if he carries on like this (I was one, now I’m on the fence).

        At one point he carelessly lost the ball and just stood there with his hands on his hips and I thought “Ah, thats why you dont play”.

        The missus thinks he’s too cuddly for football. Expert analysis if ever I heard it.

        • essexian76 says:

          Honestly always thought he wasn’t up to it, and was shocked at what Udinese offered, no wonder Levy was pissed when he turned the move down

  • SpursGator says:

    Doesn’t really bother me for last night’s game. I want to do well in the league. In the league. In the league.

    It’s a little risky and a little Arsene Wenger, but if we could just survive the group stage doing like this, then I think we’ll get more serious and take a run at the cup in the knockout round. Then maybe you get a few interesting games out of it.

    We were only meant to survive last night HH, and we did, although it was hard, very hard. But now that it’s Friday and all, tell me: how fucking huge is this Liverpool match?

  • knockem bandy says:

    You’ll win nothing with kids

  • Phil McAvity says:

    I was thinking about this scenario yesterday, will the fans turn out to watch reserve players (for the most part) at the EL home games?

    I think yes we will as we are loyal, also I would not be surprised to see a few more established names on the bench either for the home games.

    Lastly, if we progress all the way I do not think for one second that ‘Arry will not play a much stronger team in the latter stages, once he gets a whiff of the silver!!

    • KevTheRev says:

      Just my two pence worth, I’d rather take my 7 yr old boy to a shoe in win at the lane than let him watch us get hammered 4-0, kids or no kids

      • essexian76 says:

        !A Shoe in” This is Spurs we’re talkin’ here, never seen one of those in all my time watching the Lilywhite’s

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