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How long does it take to perform miracles? 21

Posted on November 26, 2013 by Scraggs

We are all upset and disappointed by Sunday’s performance and the result, so much so that some supporters are calling for the head of AVB as they have become disillusioned with his tactics and his team both in terms of performance and style. You might have seen some of the ridiculous comments by some on this site and on almost every article written about Tottenham. There have been blogs, articles, talk-ins, forums and twitter comments pretty much all designed to decry the work of AVB. I have lost count of how many times I have read that the supporters want their Tottenham back, Tottenham a team renowned for playing the game the right way, playing with flair and scoring spectacular goals and lots of them.

An apology from an ashamed AVB. Time to get to work and resolve problems. 4

Posted on November 24, 2013 by Tony

There is no disguising the fact that this was an abysmal display against a City side destined to challenge for the league title and a team likely to be too hot for most teams on their own turf. There is little doubt that the early goal massively affected the course of the game as any plans immediately went out of the window. The team did manage to force their way back into the game for the next half hour or so but another poor goal eventually did for them and after that it went even further downhill.

AVB remains heavily supported by Tottenham fans. 37

Posted on November 24, 2013 by Eddie S

As expected the real Tottenham fans supported AVB in our poll with 81% backing him, I am probably of the opinion that the support was considerably higher than that, as it should of course be, but might have been affected by Arsenal and Chelsea supporters pitching in to affect that percentage.

Townsend nails down England right wing spot. 0

Posted on November 20, 2013 by Guest Writer

If England need a player to excite and terrify opposition defences then their man is Andros Townsend, yet again he donned the england shirt and took the fight to the opposition at every opportunity and to back him up and run past him and add his own brand of pace was Kyle Walker. Every time that they play down the right in the England team and for Tottenham then so does their understanding and ability to break down the opposition improve. With more than ten years at the top and their best years some way ahead of them England might just have the a wonderful partnership blooming.

Are Tottenham really missing Modric and Bale? 12

Posted on November 12, 2013 by Scraggs

A silly question as of course Tottenham are missing two great players as would any team in the same position, Modric was the heartbeat of the team, dictated the tempo and made everything happen while Gareth Bale was always explosive on the flanks but become much more than that and plundered twenty-six goals and created many others. Tell me any team that would not suffer in such circumstances.

Hulk angling for Tottenham move,dream on. 2

Posted on November 09, 2013 by Guest Writer

How many times do we see reports, articles or even interviews from players unhappy with their lot at their respective clubs issuing what are tantamount to come and get me pleas. During the summer another certain Brazilian player at a club in the Eastern bloc gushed about joining a big club in the Premier League if his club at the time would only release him from the hell which made him famous and extremely rich, that player was Willian who first had the opportunity to join Liverpool, a huge club well respected all over Europe, until the opportunity arose to join up with AVB  at Tottenham came along, he chose that instead and signed a contract with them after taking his medical. It turned out that he used invisible ink on his contract and subsequently signed for Chelsea, the only motivation being money as a quick look at the respective squads would have clearly shown that he could only be a bit part player in West London, just 7 brief appearances mainly from the bench for a player of such experience is a poor return.

Vlad Chiriches. Class act. (video) 7

Posted on November 06, 2013 by Guest Writer

It took a while before Vlad Chiriches managed to clinch a deal to confirm his future as a Tottenham player as bizarrely the owner of his previous club put a block on the deal for a number of weeks while serving a prison sentence. Fortunately during visiting hours he was ultimately persuaded to accept a sufficient fee to allow the deal to happen and that is beginning to look like a fortunate situation for both parties.

Hugo Lloris speaking after the match! (video) 2

Posted on November 05, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

As usual Tottenham as a club and AVB in particular are the subject of every negative story as just about everybody has taken the opposite side on the Hugo Lloris story. Surprisingly the one crumb of comfort has come for a lone and unexpected source as Stan collymore of all people has defended Tottenham, AVB and his medical team against very hostile opposition. We know that after the game thorough tests were carried out on Lloris  and he was seen to be perfectly fine. Let us remember that these same medical staff were crucial to saving the life of Muamba and are dedicated professionals. Now I am not doubting that Tottenham’s preference at the time was for Lloris to come off and for Friedel to take over for the last ten minutes or so but I am not buying the argument that the decision was made in order to chase three points as has been suggested by some, Friedel was ordered to prepare to come on and the officials were readying the change , to suggest that having to play Friedel might prevent a positive result is also incredibly insulting in itself.

Tottenham supporters are missing the point, it takes two to make a great game. 6

Posted on October 29, 2013 by Guest Writer

It seems that support is split regarding the comments made by AVB in relation to poor support at White Hart Lane having a detrimental effect on the players performances, some supporters are still of the opinion that performance must come first and generate crowd excitement. Michael Owen, who knows a thing or two about great home support having played at Liverpool, Madrid and Manchester United, is firmly behind AVB on the subject whereas the likes of Adrian Durham, writing in the Mail, is as you would expect up to his usual tricks of inciting fans to come out against AVB, Tottenham and the players.

AVB tells it like it is. 52 years and counting could end this season. 7

Posted on October 28, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Like it or lump it AVB is entitled to his opinion and if he feels the crowd were unhelpful then who are we to argue, we have all been there when the crowd has been muted and concerned about the performance and the result, rather than become the twelfth man and roaring the team forward the crowd has instead relied upon the team performance to raise their level of support when it should be with their support raising the performance of the team.

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