I'll be honest, Robbie Keane is a star, but I've kindda reached a point in my support of this club whereby I'm looking for a little bit more than pointy shouty finger wagging at linesmen. The self indulgent anorak hurling of the other week didn't appall me, it bored me. I think I said at the time all it served to do was give the other lot a giggle at our expense.
I'm looking for a captain who's prepared to Captain before, during and after disaster.
So as M*A*S*H's Radar used to say... Now hear this...
"We massively contributed to our own downfall,"
"We didn't defend well at all, not just the back four but the team in general. You rely a lot on your midfielders as well if they play three up front with one in the hole. You defend as a team and when you are not doing that, you are going to get beaten."
"I don't blame them for leaving early - I wouldn't have stayed and watched that, would you?"
Step forward and step up Jonathan Woodgate.
This, my friends is the mindset we are after. A man in line with the contained rage of Gus and in line with all of the 'you sold me a ticket AND THEN STOLE FROM ME comments that have swamped not only this blog but countless other Tottenham forums all over the Net since the Toon Fiasco.