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Tottenham Hotspur: Back To Basics

Started on 6 May 2014 by InvertedWingbacks
Latest Reply on 27 May 2014 by AdamFinchale
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2014-05-10 15:42#174207 STFCDan : Tricky group there... going for a second place finish?

yeah, i'd prefer top though

September 2013 Roundup


(H) Tottenham 1-0 Chelsea (BPL)
Antoine Griezmann (88)
Younes Kaboul (68)
Mousa Dembele (74)
Antoine Griezmann

(H) Tottenham 0-0 Newcastle (BPL)
Erik Lamela (42)
Kyle Walker

(H) Tottenham 0-2 Steaua (EL)
Younes Kaboul (83)

(H) Tottenham 2-0 Swansea (BPL)
Danny Rose (74)
Roberto Soldado (90)
Danny Rose

(A) Tottenham 1-1 Everton (BPL)
Mousa Dembele (58)
Jan Vertonghen (7)
Danny Rose (32)
Mattia De Sciglio (55)


Competition Standings

Barclays Premier League: 7th (11PTS)
Europa League: 4th (Group D: 0PTS)
Capital One Cup: 4th Round (v Swansea)

League Awards

Player of the Month: Santi Cazorla (Arsenal)
Young Player of the Month: Tom Ince (Crystal Palace)
Manager of the Month: Felix Magath (Fulham)
Ouch mate, you lose at home against Steaua :(
2014-05-11 21:45#174402 kernel : Ouch mate, you lose at home against Steaua :(

Yeah mate, no idea what happened, it just fell apart :/ hopefully we can kick on in Europe though and take revenge :)
Strong in the PL mate - that Europa result can be ignored ;)
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your doing ok, but just need to pick it up a bit more. Greizmann is a class act!
2014-05-14 14:25#174692 jasonvilla4ever : your doing ok, but just need to pick it up a bit more. Greizmann is a class act!

Yeah, I think it's my tactics tbh...taking a wee break to finish off my exams and work on my tactics and then i'll come back to it all



also, is it just me or is the new chat even worse than the old one?
2014-05-14 14:31#174695 TodayAtTomorrow :
2014-05-14 14:25#174692 jasonvilla4ever : your doing ok, but just need to pick it up a bit more. Greizmann is a class act!

Yeah, I think it's my tactics tbh...taking a wee break to finish off my exams and work on my tactics and then i'll come back to it all



also, is it just me or is the new chat even worse than the old one?
I cant even see the chat anymore so yes

Adebayor Retires from International Football

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Tottenham Striker Emmanuel Adebayor has today announced his retirement from International Football, stating a hope that he could prolong his club career by doing so.

The Togo star, who scored 31 goals in 62 appearances for his country, is said to have taken a long time to come to his decision, but he felt it was the right thing to do for his career in the long-term. The 29 year old is young for an international retiree, but has found himself battling for his place at Spurs, and is on the transfer-list. Speaking to BBC News, Emannuel had this to say:

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"Obviously retirement is a decision which I thought about for a long time...My country is very close to my heart, and I would have loved to have continued to play for them, but I had to put my club career first; At Spurs, I am not the first-choice, or even second-choice striker that I would like to be, and I must push towards that goal. I know that I have the skill to break back into the squad, and help this side win trophies.
I thought he had already retired, but he is a legend either way

November 2013 Roundup


(A) Tottenham 3-0 Feyenoord (EL)
Roberto Soldado (63, 79)
Harry Kane (68)
Roberto Soldado

(H) Tottenham 7-0 Man City (BPL)
Christian Eriksen (19, 45)
Roberto Soldado (31, 50, 74)
Emmanuel Adebayor (45, 70)
Mousa Dembele

(A) Tottenham 1-0 Fulham (BPL)
Roberto Soldado (70)
Younes Kaboul

(A) Tottenham 2-0 Steaua (BPL)
Christian Eriksen (11)
Emmanuel Adebayor (20)
Kyle Walker

(H) Tottenham 1-0 Aston Villa (BPL)
Etienne Capoue (30)
Etienne Capoue

Competition Standings

Barclays Premier League: 5th (24PTS)
Europa League: 1st (Group D: 10PTS)
Capital One Cup: Quarter Finals (v Man City)

League Awards

Player of the Month: Hatem Ben Arfa (Newcastle)
Young Player of the Month: Sammy Ameobi (Newcastle)
Manager of the Month: Jose Mourinho (Chelsea)
awesome month and Whoa 7-0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just whoa
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Sandro: World Cup is My Goal



Having recovered from damaged cruciate ligaments which kept him out for 7 months, Tottenham midfielder Sandro has set his sights on the World Cup in his homeland of Brazil as his chance to showcase his talents. Sandro has played in 13 of Spurs' 14 league games this term, but has yet to score a goal or provide an assist from his regular defensive midfield position. His performances though are consistent, and he is providing a rock for the new Tottenham formation to build upon.

Speaking to a brazillian football website, Sandro stated emphatically that "This year has got to be the year I make my mark; the World Cup is coming to my home, and I'm determined to be there to lift it for my nation.

Of course, Sandro faces stiff competition for his spot on the pitch, with Brazil well stocked in the centre of the park; Lucas, Ramires, Luis Gustavo, Fernando, and Paulinho all play in the centre of the pitch, and Sandro must know that his next 4-5 months must be the best football he has ever played.

December 2013 Roundup


(A) Tottenham 1-0 Sunderland (BPL)
Roberto Soldado (22)
Roberto Soldado

(H) Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool (BPL)
Emmanuel Adebayor (17)
Zeki Fryers

(H) Tottenham 3-1 R.Sociedad (EL)
Emmanuel Adebayor (73,81)
Christian Eriksen (88)
Emmanuel Adebayor

(H) Tottenham 1-1 Cardiff (BPL)
Roberto Soldado (45)
Christian Eriksen

(A) Tottenham 1-0 Man City (COC)
Harry Kane (6)
Etienne Capoue

(A) Tottenham 2-2 Swansea (BPL)
Roberto Soldado (1, 68)
Roberto Soldado

(A) Tottenham 0-0 Crystal Palace (BPL)
Hugo Lloris

Competition Standings

Barclays Premier League: 5th (33PTS)
Europa League: 1st Knockout Round (v Zenit)
Capital One Cup: Semi Finals (v Arsenal)
FA Cup: 3rd Round (v Wigan)

League Awards

Player of the Month: Luuk De Jong (Newcastle)
Young Player of the Month: Luke Shaw (Southampton)
Manager of the Month: Arsene Wenger (Arsenal)

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