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http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/spurs-tv/features/ledley-on-that-win-at-city/

Remember that day lads? I broke my remote when King's goal was ruled out.

Lets thrash them on Sunday lads! Who says we can't!
This is a big weekend before we go into the last 12 games of the season.
The current top 4 are playing each other and, while both Arsenal-Leicester and City-Spurs could look like two likely draws, it could easily also define what's happening next. Should Leicester in fact win they will finally become the definite favourite to go all the way. Should City lose to us they'd face heading into a top 4/5 battle with Man United.

Silva is struggling with injuries, as well as other key players out, and should Aguero again be sidelined before the season is over then they will have problems.
We can't underestimate City though. There will be some changes to both sides since we beat them 4-1 in late September. For a start Joe Hart will be their goalkeeper instead of Caballero. But there will be no De Bruyne.
Our line-up back then with Lamela and Dier as our best was
Lloris
Walker Toby Vert Davies
Dier Alli
Lamela Son Eriksen
Kane
This time around I'd expect Dembele instead of Son, though probably next to Dier with Alli further advanced. Probably also Rose starting instead of Davies.
(And Wimmer for the injured Vertonghen.)
The referee on Sunday will be the same as in September: Mark Clattenburg.
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Another enjoyable article from Jonathan Liew
www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/tottenham-hotspur/12145491/Tottenhams-tireless-Kieran-Trippier-embodies-Mauricio-Pochettinos-high-energy-revolution.html
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Right lads, what team do you want to see for Sunday:

-----------------------Lloris-----------------------------
Walker----------Alde-------------Wimmer---------Rose
---------------------Dier------------Dembele--------------
-Lamela--------------------Alli---------------------Eriksen
------------------------Kane-----------------------------

I think we need our two most experienced full-backs (also freshest) in my opinion. Dier to play very defensively.

Thoughts?
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Maybe Davies for Rose? I feel like Davies is a better passer of the ball, makes less defensive errors, and links up better going forward.

When Rose comes up against a decent winger he has a lot of issues. Like when he got destroyed by Zaha in that game against Palace.
I think Zaha will give a lot of defenders problems these days but let Davies have a go at him when we play Palace in the FA Cup. I'm definitely hoping for that exact team Paddy lined up. With Son and Chadli as possible impact subs.

For the Palace game I wonder if we'd try Carter-Vickers with Wimmer, to let Toby and Dier get a breather. They'll be needed in every EPL match left, plus the Europa League.
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Sterling against Walker scares me, would much rather trippier
Trippers best performances (Watford and Colchester) have been in games where he's not had to do much defending. These days I feel quite safe with Walker at the back. He's such a beast and I think he can match anyone coming at him on that flank.
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Walker Tring to defend worries me, must be more than 50% of this seasons conceded goals have been because of him
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Really? I thought this was walkers' most error-free season yet! He's been terrific defensively and offered a lot more than usual with his distribution. I have been really really impressed by Trippier recently but against City, Walker has got to be in the starting 11
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http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/unofficial-vendors-sell-vile-t-shirts-featuring-arsene-wenger-harry-kane-at-chelsea-games-picture/

Disgusting
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Meanwhile, in other news:
"Federico Fazio made his first appearance for Spanish side Sevilla since rejoining them on loan last week – only to suffer the disappointment of a first-half sending-off for two bookable offences in an away game against Celta Vigo."
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Here's wishing a fine and happy birthday to our one and only Mr. Levy!
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Here here
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Cheers Chelsea :)
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http://newsthump.com/2016/02/08/chelsea-to-challenge-crystal-palace-for-title-of-4th-best-team-in-london/
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Check out the latest instalment of All Action No Plot in the right hand column...

"having made a habit of swapping his full-backs around like ping-pong balls under paper cups in some sort of magic trick, our glorious leader took his squad rotation to a new level yesterday by fiddling with the knobs and dials further up the pitch. Out went Dele Alli and Sonny Jimbo, and in came Lamela, the furry rodent that sits permanently atop Lamela’s head and Nacer Chadli."
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Always a great read mate. I love this line, "Just about every Spurs fan I know has that sentiment of part-gloom, part-realism deep within their core, and consequently we are all fairly adamant that something will go wrong between now and mid-May..." It's so very true. My friends have noted about how quiet I have been during Spurs recent success. I just explained to them that so many years of last second heartbreak has trained me to expect the worst. From bad lasagna to getting knocked out after the season has already ended. I simply won't believe it till we are officially drawn in the group stage!! Most likely against whoever the reigning european champs are next season.
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Love to read from you mate Hatmundo, have missed your posts around here.

Great article once again North. as always a jolly good read. It's amazing how great our squad has turned out to be this season when after the transfer window ended we thought no DM or ST would come back to haunt us. But we have been soldiering through with a great young squad and it's almost beyond belief at the moment that we are second.

But realistically, there are still a lot of games left in the season, and all it takes is a couple of bad results and we will find ourselves battling for 4th once again. It's important how the team carries on from here, we must keep the confidence high and it's all good vibes at the minute.
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I don't think we have any cover for our centre halves and that's worrying. I guess Dier can fill in but besides him, we have no one else until Vertonghen returns.
All my Arsenal friends keep asking me why I am not rubbing it to them that we are on top. My general reaction to them is, "Did you see that kitten and puppy play with each other. So adorable."

Pretty much, like Hat said... the realist in me refuses to believe anything.
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All long-time Spurs fans will be careful about beating our chests too early.
Nice praise from the Watford manager though...
www.theguardian.com/football/2016/feb/07/tottenham-hotspur-animal-watford-quique-sanchez-flores
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Honestly, deep down, I'd still be so happy with 4th place. I know to dare is to do and all that, but seriously, having come into the season hoping for 5th, I'm happy riding this wave for as long as possible (maybe even to the title?!)
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www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2016/feb/08/tottenham-title-premier-league-leicester-city
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Lads, don't win the league and choke next week as you have for your entire existence.
What? So they can't win the league and yet choke at the same time?

I mean, I'm all for good banter, but at least do it right.
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Choke..? Look who's talking.
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Gunners will probably be the most likely team to choke, I mean like where do I start...
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I said DON'T. LEARN TO READ you numpty.
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Yeah, your sentence is easily interpretable as "don't do x and y as you have for your entire existence".

Nice to see an Arsenal fan genuinely complimenting Spurs for once.
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Dipstick
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Numpty
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Lads, here know it was just banter.
Dipper, banter is welcome, mate. I am not sure what you meant(or in what tone) by your OP though. :D
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Mate you need lessons in banter
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Having arshavin as you pic must be banter, terrible banter
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@WHR LMAO AHAHA


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