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John Cleese putting the Americans straight! lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sD_8prYOxo&feature=youtube_gdata_player
Probably plenty of truth in this article
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/theo-delaney/spurs-arsenal-pochettino_b_5896178.html
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Toy club
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Thanks SS. Which means we be cousins. :)
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Well I guess you are right; humans and chimps are cousins in a genetic sense. Big difference in intelligence though.
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^that just proves exactly what SS is saying!

John terry hardly was hardly the role model captain now was he?
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^^LOL This guy.

Holy shiz, SS! Why the fakk did you choose Ade and Kaboul? You f****d us up, man!
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Wow, I thought I was the only one. I agree most footytube Chelsea fans can be pretty arrogant. This is the reason why I respect City and despise Chelsea despite both of them being funded by wealthy owners.
Yeah,John Terry is the best role model,if you want to raise your children as racists!
Chelsea ruined the premier league
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haha ikr, got a cfc fan in my uni that says the what was wegner doing for rejecting cesc and playing arteta as a HOLDING mid instead. also he called jack overrated. lol guess he loves seeing lampard in sky blue above him.

LOL, guess he forgot what the role of a dm does. and that too he's arguing to a afc fan, one that has seen grow and prosper under wenger. no way in hell can cesc play that holding mid role (completely illogical), he always has been the top class playmaker.

also he was saying that cesc really even had afc in his heart, even when he moved at 16. smh, cfc. the most informed ones.

ofcourse not all cfc fans are bad, but the guy im talking about is like a pretty recent football fan. lol. guess you cant buy history books after all, you gotta inherit them
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Chelsea are just an awful football club, awful fans.
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comon lads lets not generalise
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Where the heck is this all coming from? Nip it in the bud please, everyone. Chelsea fans, not a good idea to try and stick up for your team/yourselves on a rival's forum. Especially if it means lacing in your own insults directed toward the club/the fans of the club's team page you are visiting.
Liquidator said Spurs are a joke of a club for choosing a captain that might not play every game. I said that that is not something that is necessary to be a good captain, giving the example of King who is one of the most successful captains in our history. Liquidator then said that winning a cup and making the CL once is not success, ignoring the objective fact that King led us through, by far, our best period since the 1980s. I guess I should've known that the majority of Chelsea fans' knowledge of football history is poor, given that they pride themselves on having none.
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Plastic! Plastic everywhere!
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Agreed Paddy.
To be fair to the older Chelsea fans, it's not their fault they got bought out by a Russian billionaire. If spurs got taken over and we started buying the world's best we as fans will either have to go along for the ride or stop supporting - which is more plastic? Who is the real fan? Someone who supports through the good, bad and indifferent, or one who stops supporting because of a dated ideology?
I certainly wouldn't like to be called plastic for supporting my club.
The 5-20 year old kids who support them because they see them winning are glory supporters yes, but that's what kids do. I doubt there are many of those who'd bother to sign up to a site like this, so I think a lot of these baseless generalisations do nothing but make us look petty. People here flinging sh!t can't really call the other fans out for it now as we're doing the same thing, as this thread has sunk to the same levels.

What's happened to LeDerp, our mod?
He was here pre season but seems to have gone AWOL.
Team I want to see at Besiktas:

-----------------------------Vorm--------------------------------
-Naughton----------Dier----------------Fazio---------------Davies
------------------Mason------------Bentaleb---------------------
-Lennon--------------------Eriksen----------------------Townsend
----------------------------Kane--------------------------------

#fuckoffpaulinho

Soldado coming off the bench for at least 30 minutes. Also get Dembele some game time after his knock, and also one of the youth players (Ceballos? Mcevoy?)...

My team for Southampton:

-------------------Lloris------------------------
Naughton----------Kaboul-------Verty-----------Rose--
-------------Capoue-------Dembele-------------------
-Lamela-------------Eriksen--------------Lennon-
--------------------Chadli---------------------
COYS

I'd like to see Mason stay in the league side, and I think Naughtons won his place back as well for the weekend games. Stambouli should get a start in Europa league this week.
To experiment slightly I would put us out like this
------------Vorm----------------
Dier----Fazio----Chiriches-----Davies
----Bentaleb/Stambouli---Eriksen-----
-Lennon-----Kane---------Townsend
----------Soldado----------

I felt Eriksen really played well in the few games he played deep centrally, he tackled a lot more than I thought he would and he would move the ball around more accurately (he sometimes dwells on the ball out wide but I think he would play faster centrally) which we desperately need. Also Kane and Soldado have played well together.
When we played Stambouli alongside Bentaleb we lacked thrust so I would only want one playing at a time.

Just for god's sake don't play him on the left anymore (Eriksen)

For SOTON drop Adebayor, he was poor, but I would still play another striker with Chadli (either Kane, Soldado depending on who performs better Thursday)
http://www.spursstatman.com/blog/2014/9/28/12-lessons-the-north-london-derby-taught-tottenham?

Great article.
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Chadli for Centre-Forward?
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Could be Interesting! certainly seems to find space very well.
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I don't rate his overall game to highly,but I have to say he does pop up well with goals
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Wouldn't be a bad choice at all. He's got a pretty good header, as well. It's worth a try, at least.
He'd be better than Adebayor who so far has been f*****g woeful.
I think he needs a partner
I like the idea, he's good in the air, reasonably quick, and does pop in space. Better option than ade that's for sure
I've always said I don't think I could have ever grown to even like ade,but now I can't even look at him,he's useless
If only Vertonghen had looked up when he went storming forward and passed it right to Lamela who was clean through..
If only Adebayor decided to try and control it rather than watch it roll harmlessly past him when Lamela put him in..
We had some great chances.
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Yeah I agree, all the more reason why we need to buy a decent centre forward In january. We caught them on the break a few times like you said, lazy touches, lazy passes. I just feel If we had a quicker front man we could've exploited those chances.
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Anyone have any info on Paco Alcacer? Early speculation yet. Reportedly has a 15m release clause, from what I've seen and heard doesn't look to shabby!
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From valenica?imagine soldados face if we got him,haha
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Yeah that's the one! haha this kid looks like the real deal tho, only 21. Scoring from a wide range of area's as well. From what I've been reading Valencia a very keen to keep him obviously, he's banging in goals for fun at the moment. But for 15m he sounds like a steal and we could offer him regular first team opportunities here.

Just watching Adebayor yesterday, he's just lost that extra yard of pace.
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How about morata?he's banging a few in aswell!
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If you thought that after the implementation of goal line technology people would stop complaining about goal line decisions, you would be wrong.
That has to be save of the season! I can't believe how quickly he got down to that.
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It never crossed the line, it should have, but it didn't... I don't know how anyone could say it did. But yeah, full marks to Lloris. I just don't see Gomes (who was ironically looked fondly upon by the Spurs faithful at one point) saving many of what Lloris did last night. A draw was probably a fair result.
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He's the best keeper in the league at this point in time imo.
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@LGW, I think Gomes at his absolute best (in the season we were in the CL) might've produced a similar performance, but Lloris has been amazing for years now.
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The issue was that the TV replay where it zooms in with the image and says "No Goal" was shown at the wrong time, the ball was clearly much closer to going in than what they showed. Obviously someone in charge of that just guessed when it was closest and showed it that way. I'm guessing at least half of the ball was across the line when the replay indicated that it didn't even reach the line.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bym9Yt5CMAAKT8W.jpg
@Dougie27, agreed, I noticed that too. I actually was waiting for the whistle when I first saw it as I was sure it had gone in. Looking at the replays though, only about half of the ball made it over before Lloris's second touch.
Clearly though the system doesn't work by having a guy watching the tv waiting for the replay. It's computer programmed and goes off on its own, that replay was just what the tv director showed.
So for people to claim it to be wrong based purely on what they saw on TV is so moronic that it doesn't even justify discussion.
I've even seen it photoshopped as if it was over the line. That's gooners for ya!
The goal line technology for the refs is idiot proof so not worth discussing (except for the idiots who don't understand the proof)...
I'm happy with that! Very strong team performance and man did Kaboul step up..! However, for me Lloris was MotM. COYS!
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