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Post by RealGunner on Tue 17 Oct - 9:07

Tonight will show us if Spurs really are the real deal

Too many titles on the line here



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Post by Luca on Tue 17 Oct - 9:13

Well, they do have defensive mastermind, player elevator Pochettino in charge. I expect a convincing victory

Petition to change the name of the the thread to the Harry Kane Team Legitimacy Watch

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Post by Doc on Tue 17 Oct - 9:32

Well, there is a return leg at Wembley so this isn't such a do or die match for them. Still though, match taking so damn long to start...

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Post by RealGunner on Tue 17 Oct - 9:38



THFC XI v Real Madrid: Lloris (C), Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Aurier, Sissoko, Dier, Winks, Eriksen, Kane, Llorente.
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce on Tue 17 Oct - 9:41

Kane AND Llorente rofl

I think we might be going for a cross record tonight lads.

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Post by Firenze on Tue 17 Oct - 9:47

not a fan of that lineup

madrid will win tonight
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Post by CBarca on Tue 17 Oct - 9:56

Poch's hand was forced by missing Dele, Davies, Dembele, Wanyama, Rose, and Lamela Laughing

No clue why he's not playing Son though

Poch usually doesn't change for the opposition but we're seeing some flexibility here tonight. Think Spurs might be going for a classic defend and counter/try and nick off a set piece. Don't mind it really. That many players out while playing Madrid at the Bernabeau, you can't play what you play against EPL fodder

If Spurs get any points tonight at all it's a miracle. This thread was created cuz RG knows Spurs aren't winning lmao rofl
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Post by Firenze on Tue 17 Oct - 10:00

I feel a bit sorry for Son. He wanted to leave apparently but Poch convinced him to stay. He gets shafted quite often and left out of the starting 11. Hope he leaves end of this season, should be starting week in week out for a decent team.

also including Lamela's name rofl he's been out for like 2 years lad and he's trash to boot
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce on Tue 17 Oct - 10:05

Just noticed Sissoko is starting away to Madrid rofl

@ Poch


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Post by CBarca on Tue 17 Oct - 10:09

Was a starter before he got injured though regarding Lamela :coffee:

Disagree re:Son. He gets quite a lot of playing time. It's just that when you're not as good as Kane, Eriksen or Dele...what do you want him to do? Poch has played him at LWB multiple times even, he definitely could be getting less time. I haven't a clue why he isn't playing today though, and I would prefer him to Llorente.
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Post by Firenze on Tue 17 Oct - 10:13

@Great Leader Sprucenuce wrote:Just noticed Sissoko is starting away to Madrid rofl

@ Poch


tactical genius

Hoping for a big performance from Sissoko so Madrid reignite their interest in him from a couple years ago imo

don't be surprised if he gets MOTM
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Post by Firenze on Tue 17 Oct - 10:14

@CBarca wrote:Was a starter before he got injured though regarding Lamela :coffee:

Disagree re:Son. He gets quite a lot of playing time. It's just that when you're not as good as Kane, Eriksen or Dele...what do you want him to do? Poch has played him at LWB multiple times even, he definitely could be getting less time. I haven't a clue why he isn't playing today though, and I would prefer him to Llorente.


I don't really think Alli's better than Son tbh
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Post by CBarca on Tue 17 Oct - 10:24

It's a legitimate decision between the two. Dele edges it for me, though he's been average this season.

Wouldn't mind if Son left though. I hope he doesn't as he's great depth, but I would love to see him playing week in week out. Lad is talented enough to play week in week out for a good team
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Post by Adit on Tue 17 Oct - 10:29

cant wait for this match.

My tottenham fan friend was saying sissoko is going to make the difference..lets see Laughing

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Post by Freeza on Tue 17 Oct - 10:31

Why is Tottenham playing Llorente and some guy named Winks?

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Post by urbaNRoots on Tue 17 Oct - 10:31

Chat? COYS!
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Post by RealGunner on Tue 17 Oct - 11:00

Modric eating eriksen alive here
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Post by halamadrid2 on Tue 17 Oct - 11:44

Spurs said they came to win. Looks like they came not to lose. We have made it too easy for their defence too
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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Tue 17 Oct - 11:55

And yet they scored from open play Smile
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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Tue 17 Oct - 12:26

Getting ready for the inevitable Ronaldo last minute goal
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Post by Thimmy on Tue 17 Oct - 12:29

I'm still waiting for Achraf to beat Vertonghen for the first time in this match.

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Post by Perucho21 on Tue 17 Oct - 12:34

Hopefully the Isco hype dies down a bit now.

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Post by Firenze on Tue 17 Oct - 12:39

Madrid can't even beat a Spurs team that's depeleted of half of their best 11? lmao

nvm Isco, Madrid hype needs to die down a bit.

this CL is the most open in YEARS
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Post by RealGunner on Tue 17 Oct - 12:39

Spurs with an injury ridden team drawing 1-1 to the best team in the world hmm
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Post by Freeza on Tue 17 Oct - 12:40

@RealGunner wrote:Spurs with an injury ridden team drawing 1-1 to the best team in the world hmm


The best team in the world is City

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