- May 31, 2006
- Jos Buttler's Nightmares
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I know what you mean but surely they must turn their own tide? I have to admit they should never have sacked Poch but rather just stick with him and build a team. Not sure the instant success thing really works? As it tends to destabilise a club.I wouldn't sign for Spurs if my life depended on it
I know what you mean but surely they must turn their own tide? I have to admit they should never have sacked Poch but rather just stick with him and build a team. Not sure the instant success thing really works? As it tends to destabilise a club.
Really? You are very self rightous.Christ not this again…
Really? You are very self rightous.
No one should even bother write a reply as you are absolutley correct in everyway and your opinion is the only one that counts.
My bad for even thinking of having a conversation but as you say, christ not this again!!!! Not sure if your ego is inflated or you feel you have inside knowledge and the only person in the whole of humanity allowed to have an opinion.
Guess what, you're wrong but I feel you will spill the toys out of the pram and once again I will be subjected to abuse so why should I bother, threads deleted and posts deleted becuase I dare to step into a closed circuit forum and try and have an opinion different to others. Let me know when free speach is back and this forum is less partizan.
No, I will save my self from a lot of abuse from the 'establishment' I'm sure there are a lot of people willing to jump in and have a right go!Self-projecting much? Or have you confused me for someone else? I barely remember interacting with you let alone being the cause of you receiving abuse.
Pray do tell me how I’m wrong on the club I’ve followed for over a decade though, I’m interested in that. I’m not throwing any toys out of the pram, I don’t remember throwing them at any point in the past either (again have you confused me for someone else?). The “not this again” part was because it seems to be a common internet consensus that Spurs harshly sacked Poch when it wasn’t the case and there were legitimate reasons for doing so. Very much similar to when Leicester sacked Ranieri despite him achieving the biggest sporting miracle of a lifetime with them when they also had fair reasons to do what they did at that point in time. Enough of that though, do enlighten me on how I’m wrong.
You really are a partonising tosser.No surprises that there hasn’t been any form of reply for nearly a month since that outlandish post from a certain someone.
No, I will save my self from a lot of abuse from the 'establishment' I'm sure there are a lot of people willing to jump in and have a right go!
The fact you stated Pochettino is burnt out is absolute crap, no manager would announce themselves as burnt out. The Premiership is rife with lose sackings and many unfiar sackings and is more reliant on hiring a 'body' and filling the squad with mercinary players in hope of winning which ever division in the Premier league they are given or handed. I have seen such changes in the league that it is becomeing a little worrying and concerning but as the saying goes, The Premier league is for subscriptions the football league for supporters.
Or here we go again, becuase your opinion is the only one that matters?
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You really are a partonising tosser.
Self serving male ego on over drive. I have to block a serious idiot like you.
Anyways since this thread has propped up in my notifications now, thought we looked good value against Arsenal. Van de Ven is an absolute Rolls Royce of a defender and Udogie looked extremely impressive after a nervy start given he was up against the second best right winger in the league especially when he was on a yellow. Bissouma and Maddison were both exceptional as always and Porro was energetic too. Even the bloke who had the worst game in the team on paper in Romero didn’t play badly at all, had a few crucial tackles and made one lovely pass that nearly set up Maddison for a potential winner. If Nketiah was rightfully sent off for his moronic challenge the game could have ended very differently.
Not sure how effective we’ll be next season with European football to balance but those are worries for the next season. At the moment it seems like we should be in contention for that fifth spot along with Brighton and Newcastle which should most likely get us a return to the Champions League. Still gotta be wary of a potential United or Chelsea turnaround but I wouldn’t mind finishing in an Europa League spot too and developing the squad more since it’s unlikely anyone important from our current squad is going to be bought by a big club at the end of this season.
Chelsea and Manchester Reds will be playing Thursday's next season. No danger.