A Win is a Win

Whilst I was doing something else on Sunday (something that some people would say is more suited to someone of my age) Spurs were playing their first game after the international break at Sunderland with both teams looking to gain their first win of the season. After I came out of the gig I was at I read various reports and comments that left the impression that it was a dreadful game so when I got home I played back the recording of it expecting the worst . And you know what? I didn’t think it was as bad as some would have us believe.

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A Need to Hang on in There

On what was another uninspiring day it became evident that we need to learn how to hang on in there. And I’m not just talking about the team, but us as supporters as well.

There is an obvious need to do something about the concentartion on the pitch when we get in front. We got it wrong last week against Stoke and yesterday we could even hold on for two minutes. Thes lapses in concentration have to be addressed. After Deli Allis first goal for us we needed to get back, get in shape and concentrate. We needed an experienced player on the pitch to yell at those less experienced .You would think that Vertongen would fall into that category but it was his poor defending that made it all to easy for Leicester to get backinto the game (and give them the confidence to try and win it).

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