lockers Posted October 24, 2007 Share Posted October 24, 2007 Things arent good at The Lane right now. This inevitably leads to talk of Martin Jol being sacked, and im sure you don't need more than one guess as to who his replacement will be according to todays Independent. Normally when we are about to play them, Morten Gamst Pedersen is Spurs' latest target, in a cut price deal, so at least this one is a nice break from the norm! My favourite memory of playing Spurs is probably the same as most of the younger generation of Rovers... I remember the day well. I was still living with my parents in Northern Ireland, and had to go into work, meaning I would miss the start. I managed to lock myself away from the world so as not to hear any score updates or news, and got through everything I had to do as quickly as possible, before running the whole mile home (I reckon i probably broke the 4 minute mark, but who's counting ). More recently, we have got used to cracking end to end encounters with the North Londoners, including one of the most exciting Premier League games ever down at White Hart Lane which ended 3-2 to Robbie Keane's hand, then last seasons 1-1 draw at Ewood Park featuring the penalty that never was, some magic from Tugay, and the penalty that shouldn't have been! So in a week where we have had the great news that Big Chris has signed on for a further five years, and where Spurs have three games to play (Newcastle, Getafe, and Ourgoodselves), heres hoping we can further ruin their season and prove that it doesn't take The Bank of Levy, and a squad consisting of 1 Keeper, 2 Defenders, 4000 Midfielders, and 3 strikers to keep out of the relegation zone Now for the stats:- Spurs so far this season at the Lane Everton - Lost 3-1 Derby - Won 4-0 Arsenal - Lost 3-1 Middlesbrough - Won 2-0 Aston Villa - Drew 4-4 Rovers so far this season away from home Middlesbrough - Won 2-1 Everton - Drew 1-1 Chelsea - Drew 0-0 Sunderland - Won 2-1 Premier League Form Rovers - L W W W W Spurs - D W D D L Spurs biggest threats to the Rovers defense - Robbie Keane, and the numpty with the whistle. For those of us whose first time it will be at White Hart Lane, click here for directions http://www.premierleague.com/page/Tottenham/0,,12306,00.html Heres to continuing our recent success in the league with another 3 points! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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