Sunday, March 11, 2007

Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur: Berbatov's Goal!

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jol should not have subbed Lennon off!!!

And Gardner at 6.4ft is shite at headers!!! Not good enough at this level of football.

Mido was a waste of space!!!!

sydney wale said...

still a result i would have settled for at the beginning of the week but i can't help feeling we blew it.

well played though chaps

Anonymous said...

With Keane and Chimbo i think we'll win

Anonymous said...

We need Keane and Chimbo back, plus a fit Berb.

EL said...

I was SO pissed off.

Jol bottled it.

The players deserved better from big Martin than that invitation of a substitution.

Harry Hotspur said...

Piccies and a rant in the morning!

Anonymous said...

Berba's groin. Again.Why aren't I surprised? Something had got to give with him. He's got the complex of the short blanket: if it covers the feet, it doesn't cover the shoulders. With him is either his head is somewhere else and he doesn't score (as in Braga)or he scores and his groin gives in ( as with arsenal and today). The head connected to the groin, a new kind of disease, I'm afraid.I said he wasn't ready and I was right. I said he needed a rest and now he's forced to have one. And I still believe we cannot beat Mourinho without him (while he was in the pitch Chelsea were against the ropes). Will he be ready physically and mentally for the replay? Only God knows, but I pray he will.
Something is very wrong with my dear DiBe. Maybe this stop is a last chance to get things right, to cut the Gordian Knot, to settle the accounts, the put things in perspective before the cups disappear for good.
"All that is needed is a leap of faith, everything then will fall into place."

Lisbon Spurs

sean k said...

berba should of played on regardless wot was mido doin on tht pitch he looked lost and he did f all was he even fit?? does he even care about the team? a youngster given a chance would have done better than tht regardless of the importance of the match . .

Anonymous said...

What gives with everybody?

3-3 at the bridge, and Chelscum feeling like they got out of jail

Someone said that this was the first time they had conceded 3 at home under Jose and unbeaten at home for three years.

Lennon and Berbs? we got other big games coming up if we want to finish in the top six, they were both running on empty when they came off, do you want to be without either of them for the rest of the season? Playing when you're knackered is when injuries happen innit.

Semi final of one cup, still in two others and a run in that can land us a uefa place for the second season running? 20… YES 20 goals in the last six games!

I think MJ knows a hell of a lot more about winning games and utilizing the squad to its full potential than any of the wingers and whiners who, before the game, were expecting us to take a beating.

THFC Forever, Forever THFC

P.S I hate Robben, the diving b@stard, still keep hearing rumours about Spurs trying to sign him…… he aint fit to wear a Spurs shirt!

sean k said...

everyone is sayin we blew our chance . . we must have more belief the fans, the players and the manager. i thought we might ave gt rolled over today and i was wrong so im tellin u now be more positive, have more belief cos we will win and maybe not just the one cup!!!

sydney wale said...

yes. think positive. enjoy the moment.

Anonymous said...

Is this Moan Utd or what?

Anonymous said...

Sean k,idiot. Is this slavery back? To play on an injured player? I'll want to know what you'll say if he's out for a month. Asshole!

Anonymous said...

The best pics are those of Mourinho. What a show! Brilliant son of a bitch. He ate us half-alive. Shit!

Anonymous said...

Quote:

Spurs boss Martin Jol is ready to reward striker Dimitar Berbatov with a new five-year contract, according to reports.
Berbatov still has four years left on his contract at White Hart Lane following his arrival from German side Bayer Leverkusen for £10.9 million last summer.
But Jol wants to acknowledge the part the 26-year-old Bulgarian has played in Tottenham's success in the cup competitions this season and is said to be poised to offer him a new deal worth around £35,000 a week.
After an initial slow start, Berbatov has been an outstanding success at Spurs in his first campaign in the Premiership, becoming one of the league's most prolific strikers with 16 goals so far this term.
Jol is also keen to secure the striker's long-term future with the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool and the top sides in Spain and Italy having been alerted to Berbatov's potential by his prolific form this season.

Anonymous said...

If he's not stupid, he won't sign that contract. It's not good for him, for his freedom and his career. it's only good for the club.

Spuryid

EL said...

If I can't moan after we lost a 3-1 lead, when can I moan?