really important this, both because we're dropping places at the moment and more importantly because of what it means our our fans this game...
on the field, although people think Tottenham are on the rise, looking at it closely it appears it's an one man show (Bale) which in my eyes makes them vulnerable as we may as well close him down with lots of running - step forward Diame.
hopefully the manager will tell'em not to give free kicks away. 1-1
off the field there was one matter, but last week a few more emerged.
on the good side is the club was lucky enough for Bobby's death anniversary to be so close with THIS game, so they'll turn the attention to remembering the Greatest Player.
really hope it works like that, but unfortunately the omens don't look too good:
first - there's always the "very, very, very" slim chance that the yidos will try to take some revenge of what happened last November, and I say "very, very, very" as the cunts never dared before - and NO, I don't count their pathetic attempt outside the Boleyn pub on a Friday night a few years back
second - the club, in their infinate wisdom arranged for 6 fans to be prosecuted for alleged racist chants at the Stoke home game last November. The timing of this [CENSORED] is surely not a coincidence, problem is it seem to backfire as the reaction of our fans could be the opposite of what the club projected.
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third - because of what happened last week with the Boleyn pub and that music festival combined with the [CENSORED] on Comercial Road and the Respect party's Newham ambitions may well stir things up.
fourth - this was the one game that should be made an early kick off as today's all day's drinking may turn things ugly...but never mind - Sky Sports always know best and make us leave London at 5am to go to Swansea... And, yeah I know Tottenham were playing away in Europe on Thursday but they still could move it a bit later.
fifth - as luck would have it the yids got smashed by the Europeans for a second time, again before playing us