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Real Madrid A (CL) 19.45 Tue 17th October 2017

skiathospurs

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Episode III Revenge of the yids..
Tottenham in the Bernabeu, Arsenal watching Emmerdale.

No point worry about this,its what we have been striving for,I bet no one in europe gives us a dogs chance,more fool them!!

Last game of Dele`s ban,probably no wanyama,dembele,rose probably davies too?What chance a result here?A point in either game will probably see us through the group,dont think we are capable of doing the bus thing,but we are capable of scoring.Every dog has their day,remember that!!

COYS
 
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Don Diaz

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Probably a good time to play them....if that ever exists, we have a few missing and they seem to be off form. We could definitely get something from either of these games....I don't think we should be too worried, gonout and play and give them a game...see what happens.

1 - 1 is my guess COYS!!
 
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COYS... this is when the lads need to show the world we have pedigree...

If any of them truly have ambition of being put in the "world class" bracket... they have to perform in these games...

I wanna see the dazzle and work rate from all the players...
 
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I don't care what the result is. We are playing the best side in the world in the greatest competition and as long as our boys come of the field with blood pouring from their wounds and every ounce of their energy left on the field then that will be enough. If they do that then there is no reason why they can't win, if they give everything and get thumped then who can complain? The numpties of course, but hose cunts are dead to me so no fucks given there, I am ready for the game, I have scouted all the local bars and found the one with the best hugest telly, a backup has been sourced just in case and a backup-backup. If any Germins try to get the Dortmund game on instead of 'el classico' I will be ready for them, there are only a handful of Brits in C'an Picafort and millions of Germins, there might even be another Spurs fan somewhere in this Majorcan town, we will find each other and stand strong, the Germins will not prevail. I like Germins, I spend a lot of time there, I even speako de lingo, I have Germin friends but they will snatch that remote control from my cold dead hands tomorrow night.

Tottenham expects every man to do his duty.
 
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...h-newspaper-claims-club-hated-jewish-origins/

Tottenham have condemned one of Spain's leading newspapers after it claimed the club is "hated" for its Jewish origins.

As part of its preview to the Champions League match between Spurs and Real Madrid on Tuesday, Marca included a guide to the north-London club.

Spurs are described as a club that is "hated" but "with good footballing style."

The newspaper says: "Their Jewish heritage has historically made them into a club disliked by rival fans, but in their 135 years of existence they have always had style and great players."

It also states: "Since its beginnings, the club has had an undeniable connection with the Jewish community represented in directors, coaches and players. And the current owner and president, Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy, are Jewish."

Spurs responded strongly to Marca's claims: "We are astonished that a publication such as Marca, which presents itself as an alleged source of professional journalism, has seen fit to publish such an article which is blatantly wrong and wholly distasteful."
 
skiathospurs

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...h-newspaper-claims-club-hated-jewish-origins/

Tottenham have condemned one of Spain's leading newspapers after it claimed the club is "hated" for its Jewish origins.

As part of its preview to the Champions League match between Spurs and Real Madrid on Tuesday, Marca included a guide to the north-London club.

Spurs are described as a club that is "hated" but "with good footballing style."

The newspaper says: "Their Jewish heritage has historically made them into a club disliked by rival fans, but in their 135 years of existence they have always had style and great players."

It also states: "Since its beginnings, the club has had an undeniable connection with the Jewish community represented in directors, coaches and players. And the current owner and president, Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy, are Jewish."

Spurs responded strongly to Marca's claims: "We are astonished that a publication such as Marca, which presents itself as an alleged source of professional journalism, has seen fit to publish such an article which is blatantly wrong and wholly distasteful."
Marca have since apologised for any offence caused, saying that the 'hate' they referred to comes from a small minority of rival fans, and that some of the article's meaning was misunderstood when translated from Spanish to English.:rolleyes:
 
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I reckon we're gonna go ahead and win this.. If we could get mousa on the park for even 60 mins I'd be very confident of getting a result!

On a side note if dier could upend Sergio Ramos that would also be great! Hate that cheating wanker!
 
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Does anyone else worry that Harry K (because there is a Harry W now) come across as a bit of a goody two shoes (literally!) teachers pet, bit of a loner type....all this talk of marginal gains, a second house near the training ground etc. Makes me wonder sometimes how popular he is?
 
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Does anyone else worry that Harry K (because there is a Harry W now) come across as a bit of a goody two shoes (literally!) teachers pet, bit of a loner type....all this talk of marginal gains, a second house near the training ground etc. Makes me wonder sometimes how popular he is?
I think he does come across a bit like that but think it sets a good example and is exactly the attitude Poch wants from his players. It's no surprise that it's the goody two shoes getting the most individual success.
 
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In regards to the motherfucking game lads, I don't know what to expect. Just gonna sit back and hopefully enjoy this one.
 
Don Diaz

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It's my wife's birthday tomorrow....she wants to go out somewhere...how fucking unreasonable can you be?!!
 
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I don't care what the result is. We are playing the best side in the world in the greatest competition and as long as our boys come of the field with blood pouring from their wounds and every ounce of their energy left on the field then that will be enough. If they do that then there is no reason why they can't win, if they give everything and get thumped then who can complain? The numpties of course, but hose cunts are dead to me so no fucks given there, I am ready for the game, I have scouted all the local bars and found the one with the best hugest telly, a backup has been sourced just in case and a backup-backup. If any Germins try to get the Dortmund game on instead of 'el classico' I will be ready for them, there are only a handful of Brits in C'an Picafort and millions of Germins, there might even be another Spurs fan somewhere in this Majorcan town, we will find each other and stand strong, the Germins will not prevail. I like Germins, I spend a lot of time there, I even speako de lingo, I have Germin friends but they will snatch that remote control from my cold dead hands tomorrow night.

Tottenham expects every man to do his duty.
Halt die Fernbedienung fest!
 
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Does anyone else worry that Harry K (because there is a Harry W now) come across as a bit of a goody two shoes (literally!) teachers pet, bit of a loner type....all this talk of marginal gains, a second house near the training ground etc. Makes me wonder sometimes how popular he is?
Not really, a squad is always a mix of personalities and I'd say that there's quite a balance in ours and a few players who are quite introverted and driven to get better and better. I played in plenty of teams where you know your teammates haven't put the work in that you and some others in your team have put in and it's really annoying. I think other players have no problem with really good players who are more introverted.
 
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Harry K can do what he likes, when he likes, as long as he's banging in goals and wearing our shirt when he does it ! No seriously, I'd rather take a goody two shoes, who has a decent attitude and is hardworking, than a jumped up, arrogant little sh*t, who thinks the world revolves around them. Trust me, somebody who is willing to listen and ready to work hard will improve and get better, those who think they know it all already, well, they give me a friggin headache.

As for RM, god sakes, it's Real Madrid ! I'm just excited and petrified all at the same time. Glad that Dembele has travelled as has Rose. We don't know how long Ben will be out so possibly getting some minutes back in Danny would be good a thing. Having the Moose on the pitch, well, that's always a good thing.

I went for a 2-2 draw.....but as long as we play for minute one with our heads screwed on, play for the shirt and for pride then whatever the result I will be proud.

If anyone would have told me 5 years ago we would be where we are, I would have laughed in their faces.

Play with your hearts lads, you've worked your tails off to be in this position, so enjoy it.
 
Don Diaz

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About 5 years ago I went to Madrid and watched us get thumped 4-0. Everything went wrong that day....Lennon was taken I'll before kick off, then crouch got sent off....Adebayor scored two, and my mate had his ticket pick pocketed, total nightmare.

But the build updrinking and singing in the square and watching g your team from high up in the corner of the Bernabeu just brilliant. It's what it's all about.
 
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Not really, a squad is always a mix of personalities and I'd say that there's quite a balance in ours and a few players who are quite introverted and driven to get better and better. I played in plenty of teams where you know your teammates haven't put the work in that you and some others in your team have put in and it's really annoying. I think other players have no problem with really good players who are more introverted.
He is simply the example they should follow,not sure if he is the leader or talisman,but def top dog at the club especially being a supporter and up through the ranks.He may be boring,unexciting for the tabloids and that suits me fine.
 
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Got my lucky new away shirt on,so we have got this!!so far its only seen us win&bought and paid for by a goon STH,think thats what makes it the charm it is!!
 
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Does anyone else worry that Harry K (because there is a Harry W now) come across as a bit of a goody two shoes (literally!) teachers pet, bit of a loner type....all this talk of marginal gains, a second house near the training ground etc. Makes me wonder sometimes how popular he is?
He's just a work horse who desperately wants to become the best he can possibly be and clearly enjoys working under Poch as they all seem too.

Whenever you hear ppl talk about him, they talk about his incredible professionalism and what a genuinely nice guy he is. When he scores there seems to be a genuine warmth towards him from his teammates and plus he seems to get involved in those ridiculous celebratory handshakes as well. The only reason I can see a divide between him and his teammates would be jealousy and that would be very sad.
 
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I can't really decide whether I'm mildly shitting myself about tonight or whether we have a very real chance of turning them over. Bit of both really, if Ronaldo was out I'd be a lot happier but also rate Asensio very highly and someone we have to be very wary of.

Whatever happens it's more experienced gained by our boys, as to what it takes to become the best.
 
Don Diaz

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Will be interesting to watch Poch's tactics tonight.....not sure if we can play counter attack, I think we'll go for it and see what happens. hope so anyway.

ps I'll be watching a recording so no-one tell me what happened ok? :D:D:D
 
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