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There has been continuing talk of Tottenhams manager losing his job after just three games. Especially when it has been reported in todays press that he has just three games to turn the season around. Lets look at his three games to date. Lost 2-1 at Newcastle. Drawing 1-1 before going behind and then having a stonewall penalty denied. Leading West Brom until 6 minutes from time - draw 1-1. Leading against Norwich until a minute from time - draw 1-1. Not the best of starts yet in all three they could have won. With a bit of good fortune Such is the vagries of football. The guy wasn't given a chance at Chelsea because of player power and now he finds that he is being treated exactly the same by Leavy. Who'd be a football manager.

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Poor little AVB. They'll sack him when he loses to Chelsea if they have any sense of irony. When do we play you ? Is it soon ?

Poor little Tottingham, once a major club, now perpetual losers for two decades, even to Leyton Orient in the field of stadium purchase. More to be pitied than condemned. Hating Spurs is like being nasty to Eddie the Eagle: I can't quite manage it.

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Hernandez dives like a share in Penzance Heliport at the Stretford End,:Locomotiv Red Nose Yank Imperialists get a pen which Hernandez hits like a damp tortilla out of sheer guilt. QPR's Kiwi with the Desperate Dan chin speartackles Terry and the ref, probably still looking at his Sunday lunch invitation from the Ferdinand family, doesn't notice. Then our Belgian aesthete gets scythed with a tackle later than the next train from Eastern Green to St Just. The ref is further behind the play than Ken Keemer at twenty to five. The FA obviously wanted Chelsea to lose, full of spleen because the courts have shown them up as the self-important fools they are. I speak as an active anti-racism campaigner and former trades union Equal Opportunities Officer.

Ferdinand should be on an FA charge for bringing the game into disrepute when he refused to shake hands with JT, Captain, Leader and Legend and the sainted Cashley. Just because his has-been twittering cousin isn't even a first choice for Man Ure, let alone Ingerlond. Bah humbug :yahoo: !

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Hernandez dives like a share in Penzance Heliport at the Stretford End,:Locomotiv Red Nose Yank Imperialists get a pen which Hernandez hits like a damp tortilla out of sheer guilt. QPR's Kiwi with the Desperate Dan chin speartackles Terry and the ref, probably still looking at his Sunday lunch invitation from the Ferdinand family, doesn't notice. Then our Belgian aesthete gets scythed with a tackle later than the next train from Eastern Green to St Just. The ref is further behind the play than Ken Keemer at twenty to five. The FA obviously wanted Chelsea to lose, full of spleen because the courts have shown them up as the self-important fools they are. I speak as an active anti-racism campaigner and former trades union Equal Opportunities Officer.

Ferdinand should be on an FA charge for bringing the game into disrepute when he refused to shake hands with JT, Captain, Leader and Legend and the sainted Cashley. Just because his has-been twittering cousin isn't even a first choice for Man Ure, let alone Ingerlond. Bah humbug :yahoo: !

Well thats one way of looking at it isaac, glasses maybe have a hint of blue, they certainly ain't rose coloured.

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