Saturday, December 23, 2006

Carling Cup Video Highlights Spurs vs Southend

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

thanks for the post! I couldn't get any highlights in the USA.

Anonymous said...

cheers!

Anonymous said...

niceone, thanx

Anonymous said...

nice one! i missed the highlights but and was gutted so much appreciated!

sydney wale said...

Nice one Harry. You perform an honourable role for the Spurs Diaspora who can't get to see these games. I listened to this one online with BBC Radio London and they called it well after watching this video treat.

The Newcastle game should be interesting. 2 evenly matched teams, freezing cold Tyneside afternoon. Is there any fog on the Tyne? If there is, apparently it all belongs to Gazza.

el said...

I second what Sydney said Harry. Shame about the quality but I know that's not down to you mate. Good stuff.

Go on the Spurs!

dannyboy said...

on another point - check out fredi kanoute at sevilla!
14 goals in 16 games as sevilla sit at the top of the spanish league. imagine berb, defoe, keane and him - any 2 from 4.
just saying......

as for today, 2-1 to the mighty spurs. hudds and berbatov to score?

COYS

Anonymous said...

harry you are a star went to the match and got home too late to watch the highlights and was gutted. jid the yid

el said...

First reading then arse**l now newcastle. Maybe some or most of you wouldn't put this result in the same bracket due to it being away but for me 2-0 down in 8 minutes is an early collapse worthy of the England cricket team. Any side it seems, capable of going at us hard from the off, will probably get a result. The players are pretty much there so it would appear to be a tactical problem. Wasn't at the game so I await the highlights and analysis tonight. I hope newcastle just had a fansastic game.

Go on the Spurs!

el said...

Nope, we were just crap. What's happened to our defence? It seems to have gone to bits. Ledley looks half the player he normaly is. We so clearly have no leader on the field. Reckon it's going to be an up and down season through to the finish. Hopefully more up than down, like last year.