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So where are we in the grand scheme of things?

Last time I went up to the Etihad we came away with a win that took us into the Champions League. How times have changed since then. We did not invest in the team in the manner that many of our loyal supporters hoped for. Manchester City continued to invest Billions in buying every player on the planet and now they are a fixture in the Champions League (albeit not all that a successful one) whilst we are still a team trying to break into the top four. Our recent record against Citeh has been abysmal and history will record…

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Football (Today) Sucks

Pic – Forest fans remember a manager from the good old days with their green jerseys. I guess like most of you, I grew up loving football. Playing on my mates lawn, 3 or 4 a side down to 1 a side if no one else was around. Watching the FA Cup build up with aerial shots of the team coaches and features on the awesome flared suits. Going to WHL for the first time. Playing three times a week as a young man. Doing my C and B license courses (final assessments pending 10 years later), coaching school and…

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Should we be worried yet?

People tend to go to football matches for various reasons apart from the obvious one which is to support your team. We go to be entertained, We go to watch top players, we want to see goals, attacking football and to celebrate victories as we challenge for trophies. Today at White Hart Lane we got none of the above. The main object of the game is to put that little round thing in the big oblong things at each end of the pitch more times than your opponent. To do that you pass the little round thing around between yourselves,…

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A personal view on where we’re at.

Firstly, I’m pretty sure that ENIC are as keen to be competing regularly in the CL as any fan because that would obviously make us much more attractive to potential suitors when they eventually sell up. The challenge they face though is that they’ve never been in a position to throw the sort of money at gate-crashing that party in the way that City & Chelsea’s owners could. So I’m a firm believer that the only way a club like Spurs can hope to compete with those clubs is to employ a manager who is capable of identifying and developing…

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