By using properspursy.com services you agree to our Cookies Use and Data Transfer outside the EU.
We and our partners operate globally and use cookies, including for analytics, personalisation, ads and Newsletters.

  • Love the Shirt - Tottenham Forum

    Join one of the best Tottenham Hotspur Supporters forums on the interweb, Discuss the ins and outs of our great club with like minded spurs fans from around the world.


    Join us!

Bournemouth A [PL] 12:30 Sat 22nd Oct 2016

skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#1
Here we go again!!
.............

Sandwiched in between the away champions league game against ze germans and the away game against Klopps ze scousers in ze league cup,we face Wilshere`s mob.Last year their keeper had a mare,lets hope for none of ben fosters heroics!!
At least they probably wont park a bus,probably no kane,no toby and whomever is rested after playing tuesday in germany.

.
 

Attachments

Last edited:
Don Diaz

Don Diaz

Zero tolerance of Numpty's
Founding Member
Likes
2,174
#3
Ummm....you would expect and hope we would win this again, but after a 6-1 home victory over Hull they will be cooking on gas and it will be difficult. Mr Poch is also going to have to juggle his resources with this game every 3 days scenario, I hope we have enough, we should have, but nothing's ever guaranteed in this league. Should be a good game, I like Eddie Howe..
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#4
TV info for yer.....
http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/matches/spurs-on-tv/

U.S of fucking A "oh say you can see......... it here;"
NBC UNIVERSO
NBCSN
SiriusXM FC
Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
NBC Sports Live

Home of Rolf Harris wenger`s mate "australia,australia..you can watch it here"
Optus Sport

Un-United kingdom "god save our gracious team"
Sky Go UK
SKY GO Extra
NOW TV UK
Sky Sports 1/HD UK
Sky Sports Mix
Sky Sports Ireland
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#5
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has told The Independent that it is 'impossible' for Harry Kane to play against Bournemouth this weekend.
“Impossible,” Pochettino said when asked about Kane playing. “It is one thing to start to run on the grass. Another thing is to train with the group and be fit to train with the team and compete. The good thing is he is running again on the pitch. Every day we will assess him,” he added.
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#6
Mauricio Pochettino has revealed Spurs defender Toby Alderweireld has avoided any serious injury,The scan was clear, no problems."
Pochettino: "Now we need to wait because it was a very heavy knock and we have to see. It will be difficult for the weekend."
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#7
Pochettino says Kane has started to touch the ball by himself today. Alderweireld's scan was clear but his leg is still painful.Danny Rose will be assessed tomorrow after bruising his foot in Tuesday’s match against Bayer Leverkusen.

“Toby’s scan is clear but he still feels pain in his leg. He’s recovering well but we need to wait. He’s not available for the weekend too.
“We’re happy it’s not a big issue but it was still a heavy knock on his leg and it’s still painful. We need to wait to see how it reacts too every day.

“Danny Rose we need to assess tomorrow because he kicked an opponent against Leverkusen and his foot is bruised. We will see tomorrow if he is available of not.”


Pochettino must decide whether to stick with Janssen against Bournemouth, or play Heung-Min Son as a striker, as Spurs prepare to travel to Bournemouth on Saturday.

A victory in the early kick-off would take Tottenham to the top of the table, and Pochettino says it is an important opportunity for his side.

However, he has warned his players to avoid any complacency as they face a Bournemouth outfit managed by one of his favourite coaches, Eddie Howe.

“It must be a big motivation for us, to finish the game and take the three points and be on the top of the table,” said Pochettino.

“I think it’s impossible to find better motivation, and the atmosphere on the training ground was very good today. I think our players are very conscious of that and it’s a good opportunity to see us on the top of the table.

“But first of all we need to win the game and we have in front of us a very good team with a great manager, Eddie Howe, and it will be a tough game.

“In football you need to show your feeling and show your way and your philosophy. I admire Eddie Howe - I like him a lot and we share a lot of values and principles, so it makes me happy to see how they develop their game and how Bournemouth are playing. It will be a very exciting game and it will be nice to see him on Saturday.”




#THFC game with Bournemouth will be shown on Sky Sports Mix (472) on Saturday a free to air channel with no sports subscription required.
 
Dorset

Dorset

The Voice Of Reason
Founding Member
Likes
1,319
#8
......

#THFC game with Bournemouth will be shown on Sky Sports Mix (472) on Saturday a free to air channel with no sports subscription required.
Naahh it's not mate, it's only free to Sky subscribers, so you can get it if you have a basic non Sky Sports subscription but it ain't 'free to air' for folks who don't give those thieving bastards loads of money any more.
 
Don Diaz

Don Diaz

Zero tolerance of Numpty's
Founding Member
Likes
2,174
#10
Stating the bleedin obvious...any sort of win would be good. They're no mugs either.
 
Dorset

Dorset

The Voice Of Reason
Founding Member
Likes
1,319
#11
Stating the bleedin obvious...any sort of win would be good. They're no mugs either.
Mate they are doing very well, they are the only side to have beaten Everton in the PL so far this season, they have won their last 3 home games and after that cricket score of last weekend they will be bloated like big fat bloated things full of confidence. OK Hull are pony but beating any side by 5 goals must do wonders for the old todger swinging ability.
 
boo

boo

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
182
#14
recommending this [link], unless the number changes in which case, I will update the thread. The channel name is 'Sawlive', just in case you have to find it yourself. It's always been the most stable stream for me eh.

Other links:

[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#17
Fucking marvellous,finally sky stick spurs pundits on and we get redknapp jnr and sherwood.Not sure if I`d rather listen to smith,wright,dixon,henry,keown.....
Maybe not ;)
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#18
.....................Cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuunt
.......................................................:oops:
 
boo

boo

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
182
#21
Watching wheelchair bouncing off Wanyama lol! More of that please heh : )
 
BigDub

BigDub

Member
Founding Member
Likes
20
#22
Credit to Bournemouth. Their press is very good. We just have to find that final ball. Think Janssen might be useful to bring on and hold up the ball...let Alli and Son run off of him.
 
boo

boo

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
182
#24
Credit to Bournemouth. Their press is very good. We just have to find that final ball. Think Janssen might be useful to bring on and hold up the ball...let Alli and Son run off of him.
looks made for Janssen mate. Maybe Lamela for him and drop Son into Lamela's position?
 
Havocc

Havocc

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
102
#25
The frustration is not eased by the amount of possession we have compared to chances/goals scored. It's becoming all too frequent in our matches.

Pochettino is right, we need to be more clinical with the opportunities we create.

Naughty by Sissoko there too, really don't want to see that in a Spurs player, lucky to be on the pitch
 
BigDub

BigDub

Member
Founding Member
Likes
20
#26
TBH we've been pretty poor in the final third. Lucky to not fall victim to a sucker punch and Sissoko lucky to still be on the pitch. Really looking like we need Harry back.
 
Havocc

Havocc

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
102
#27
Cracking nil-nil though, enjoyed that. Still unbeaten is a positive. Not taking the opportunity to go top is a disappointment
 
boo

boo

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
182
#28
Credit to Bournemouth though, they won't play better than that many more times this season.

Sissoko looks to be getting a three match ban after that although, theres a chance the referee saw it and deemed it to be accidental.
 
skiathospurs

skiathospurs

Well-Known Member
Founding Member
Likes
3,651
#29
Credit to Bournemouth though, they won't play better than that many more times this season.

Sissoko looks to be getting a three match ban after that although, theres a chance the referee saw it and deemed it to be accidental.
The lineo & ref had a long chat,for sure he deserves a ban.Also vertongen on 4 bookings,1 more for a suspension.

Disappointing performance,but we didnt lose,so I`ll take that positive and see what happens to the rest this weekend.
 
BigDub

BigDub

Member
Founding Member
Likes
20
#30
Just lacked a cutting edge. Their tactics were very effective and we couldn't work the ball into dangerous areas enough. Wanyama and Walker were the standouts for me. Vert also good and Hugo made a couple of very important contributions. Dier looks uncomfortable at CB, though we still managed to keep a clean sheet so no real harm done. Still, it will be nice to get this team back to full strength with Toby and Harry, likely our two most important players.

Still unbeaten despite the injuries, which is definitely a positive. COYS!
 

Latest posts

Associates

Forum statistics

Threads
653
Messages
31,840
Members
159
Latest member
DemiP