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Tottenham Hotspur V NK Maribor, Nov 8
HonoluluSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Jermaine Defoe remains supreme, haters gonna' hate.
Poppyfields (Arsenal) 2 years ago
Potaters gonna' potate
Kodyx (Juventus) 2 years ago
Defoe defoe defoe !
Kean0 (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Good finishes but still.... Bale Bale Bale !
GnoyVanNdaroe (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Maribor Goal. Lloris Fault or Naughton's Fault?
Funkronomikon (1. Nürnberg) 2 years ago
Naughton. Never put your keeper under pressure like that
SuperSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Naughton, Lloris's decision to keep the ball close to him and try and dribble out of trouble is justifiable given how close the Maribor player is to him (hoofing it might have resulted in a nasty deflection).

It was just some inexperience shown by Naughton, he got nervous and looked for the keeper. He wasn't aware of the positions that the Maribor players had taken up around him
Crayon (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Lloris could have cleared sideways though. Throw-in's always better than a goal. Both were responsible for that goal
SuperSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Again, he had no idea which way the striker was going to try to go, how would he clear it? He's right-footed, he would still need some backlift to get the ball out and that might've afforded the striker a chance to poke the ball away anyways.

Anyways, argue as much as you want, imo, the decision to keep the ball close to him and try to keep in control of the situation rather than exposing the ball to the striker (in the process of going for a big boot) was justifiable
Northstream (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
It was a tricky one. Had he tried to hammer the ball away it could easily still have hit the Maribor striker. Had that little dribble worked out he would have been hailed as calm, cool & collected. Naughton certainly was the main culprit in creating that situation
EarnYourSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
If Naughton plays it out there's no danger, If Lloris boots the ball there is no goal
SuperSpurs (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
First part is true, second part might not be true. As mentioned before, how do you know it wouldn't have deflected in off the striker?

No matter how badly Naughton clears it, as long as he doesn't play it to Lloris there, there is no goal for sure
Crayon (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Omg you guys saw the highlights? They made it so 3D haha! Cool stuff
Northstream (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Now that's more the Tottenham way of playing!
Qrendi (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Jarmain defoe one of the best strikers in the EPL
SoccerJam (Chelsea) 2 years ago
I don't know why Harry Redknapp never put Defoe in the starting Eleven!?! He's a clinical finisher!
Reg10 (Tottenham Hotspur) 2 years ago
Tom carrol



   
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