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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 8 months 4 days ago #231211

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Well good to see Ange win the manager of the month award. Spurs only prize in 15 years.

Speaking of ludicrous comments RL no  shit Sherlock the Guardian is not owned by News Corp. I am sure you will agree a voice independent of ownership is a very good thing - just like a draw at Ashburton Grove lol.

Here is the match report no pay wall but feel free to donate if you have $1 to spare.

www.theguardian.com/football/2023/sep/24...-league-match-report

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 8 months 4 days ago #231235

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Well good to see Ange win the manager of the month award. Spurs only prize in 15 years.

Speaking of ludicrous comments RL no  shit Sherlock the Guardian is not owned by News Corp. I am sure you will agree a voice independent of ownership is a very good thing - just like a draw at Ashburton Grove lol.

Here is the match report no pay wall but feel free to donate if you have $1 to spare.

www.theguardian.com/football/2023/sep/24...-league-match-report
Well Timmy, I’m afraid with the statement that “cracks are already appearing under the new manager”and that they wil struggle against the better teams,couldn’t be further from the truth,and the match report you’ve so kindly provided us,also debunks your curious supposition,and it suggested that Spurs looked anything but out of their depth against a team they haven’t gained any points from since 2016,and created more scoring chances,and Arsenal were gifted 2 very lucky goals,as opposed to Spurs’s 2 clinical finishes.Do you also understand Timmy my boy,that Spurs lost their No.1 player in Harry Kane just before the new season was about to kick off,and expectations were quite low,yet they are undefeated,and have had the best start in a season for over 60 years,and as far as $1 donations go,I would rather steer it towards your footy club,so they can find some decent book keepers,who can avoid future salary cap breaches.

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 8 months 4 days ago #231237

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Yes RL my posts like most on ozfooty are subjective. The Guardian reporting is certainly less biased.

A point at Arsenal was deserved by Spurs. We looked a bit flat after the high of the mid week return to the Champions League. Really didn't do enough to warrant a win.

But as the match report mentions who have Spurs beaten? Long way to go yet but the best start to a season for Spurs in many a moon. So at this stage the new manager is just another Spurs manager. They do seem to get through them.

Let's see how they go at Liverpool and save the excuses because any club can trot some reason or another as to why a better result didn't come their way.

Just on Kane why did he want so badly out of White Hart Lane?

 

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 8 months 4 days ago #231239

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Fair enough Timmy,your an Arsenal fan and I’m only watching Tottenham because of the Ange factor,who is someone i’ve been familiar with for over 30 years from the old NSL days when he used to play for South Melbourne Hellas,and I’ve watched his evolution as player(he managed 3 Socceroo appearances)and coach,and find that at 58 to crack a managerial role in the worlds biggest league is a huge feather in his cap,and if I’m being totally honest i can take or leave watching a soccer fixture,but found I have been enthralled watching his attacking brand of football football which has already gained him a cult following,although with my limited soccer IQ i can see that they need to temper the Keepers penchant for over possessing the ball in the penalty box particularly against the elite teams,as a couple of the turnovers nearly cost them dearly,but enjoy your flag Timmy my boy!
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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 8 months 4 days ago #231241

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Cheers RL.

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 7 months 4 weeks ago #231346

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 7 months 4 weeks ago #231356

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Still unbeaten now with two wins and a draw against 3 of the best in MU, Arsenal and Liverpool although the latter under controversial circumstances with Luis Diaz's goal called offside by the 3rd linesman and not overturned on VAR. Disgraceful decision which the PGMOL have acknowledged. But can't take anything away from Ange's team that drew two red cards from the Liverpool players. Ange train keeps powering on.
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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 7 months 3 weeks ago #231364

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Still unbeaten now with two wins and a draw against 3 of the best in MU, Arsenal and Liverpool although the latter under controversial circumstances with Luis Diaz's goal called offside by the 3rd linesman and not overturned on VAR. Disgraceful decision which the PGMOL have acknowledged. But can't take anything away from Ange's team that drew two red cards from the Liverpool players. Ange train keeps powering on.
What about the Tottenham morons who ran a “No to Postecoglou”campaign before he was appointed,what are they saying now??they’re probably licking his arse,and Saturdays win takes his home record across 3 leagues to 43 wins and 8 draws,an unbeaten 51 game run,although they were a bit lucky on the weekend with the 2 send offs.

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 5 months 3 weeks ago #232747

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This thread should be renamed Tottenham Angeball off the boil! Winless in 5 games with no European comittments or league cup to worry about either. Hopefully Newcastle can heap more pressure on them.
 

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Tottenham Angeball off to a great start 2 weeks 1 day ago #235443

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Hey Tiem, as a fellow Arsenal supporter I guess you would be hoping that Ange can pull off a bit more magic tonight and lead Spurs to an upset win over Man City which will put the Gunners in pole position for the title race. Very much hope rather than expectation though because I think it would be every Tottenham fans nightmare to have a hand in winning the title for their bitter North London rivals.
Its been a fantastic season for Arsenal with 27 wins so far (more than likely 28 by sunday) but ultimately unless something miraculous happens its still going to fall 1 point short of the Man City juggernaut

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