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Posted 03 May 2012 - 13:49

Well our last League match, and its at home, so im hoping to end on a high, at the time of writing this, this game could be the one thats puts us in 3rd, thats if we are not already there, that depends on the Arsenal so I will go for 3-1 on this one.
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Posted 03 May 2012 - 15:38

:praying:Yep, I think if we have any chance of nicking 3rd it will be on the last day!! If we can do Villa we will have a chance with Arsenal going to WBA and Woy Hodgson preciding over his last game it is written for him to go out with a win surely??!!!
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Posted 03 May 2012 - 18:12

well now that would be a verey nice scenario indeed.
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Posted 03 May 2012 - 19:33

Well my fellow posters we could not beat the Villa so it comes down to the last
game of the season against Fulham and we can only hope the scum do us a favour
yet again.The only good thing to come out of this is that Newcastle lost to City.
So will it be C/League football for us next season or not that is the big question.???????????

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Posted 04 May 2012 - 10:27

Thats what weve said mate it could come down to this Fulham, game this is the fulham thread, and they are our last game. :niceone:
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Posted 07 May 2012 - 14:05

After that shambles against villa, with his inability to make the most of 6 mins of extra time, i in all honesty can not see us getting the result we want, but obviously hope we do.

I expect old wobbly gob has already settled for a draw.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 09:14

View Postjourneyman, on 07 May 2012 - 14:05, said:

After that shambles against villa, with his inability to make the most of 6 mins of extra time, i in all honesty can not see us getting the result we want, but obviously hope we do.

I expect old wobbly gob has already settled for a draw.



Make the most of the extra 6 minutes????. I was nearly sure we were down to 10 men and playing away from home. We took the game to Villa and could have come away with the win so why would you not see us getting a result at home with 11 men.

We have one game to play. Win and we finish 4th. Results go our way and we finish 3rd ( our highest finish in over 20 years). Yeah I would have taken that at the start of the season.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:09

think you missed my point, during the last six minutes of extra time when he made a change, why didnt he put a striker on instead of Parker, after all we needed a goal, and had JD, and Saha on the bench so why put a midfielder on.

I dont see what playing away from home, and being down to 10 men, actually had anything to do with the fact we had 6 minutes of extra time needed a goal, had two strikers on the bench, (one being our top scorer)yet he put a midfielder on? he for me is tactically inept, ok I admit i dont like the man, but surly even the bigest wobbly fan can see that is was a mistake, he made with his substitution.

And when I said hes probably already settled for a draw, of course im refering to the Fulham game. A draw at fulham is no good obviously if Arsenal win, but if we do draw we would then need Arsenal to loose by 2, and chelski, and Ncastle dont win theirs. Can you in all honesty see Arsenal losing by 2 to west brom? because to be honest mate I cant, but obviously hope they do.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:33

View Postjourneyman, on 08 May 2012 - 10:09, said:

think you missed my point, during the last six minutes of extra time when he made a change, why didnt he put a striker on instead of Parker, after all we needed a goal, and had JD, and Saha on the bench so why put a midfielder on.

I dont see what playing away from home, and being down to 10 men, actually had anything to do with the fact we had 6 minutes of extra time needed a goal, had two strikers on the bench, (one being our top scorer)yet he put a midfielder on? he for me is tactically inept, ok I admit i dont like the man, but surly even the bigest wobbly fan can see that is was a mistake, he made with his substitution.

And when I said hes probably already settled for a draw, of course im refering to the Fulham game. A draw at fulham is no good obviously if Arsenal win, but if we do draw we would then need Arsenal to loose by 2, and chelski, and Ncastle dont win theirs. Can you in all honesty see Arsenal losing by 2 to west brom? because to be honest mate I cant, but obviously hope they do.



Mancini brought on De Jong when they were chasing the game at Newcastle at the weekend. By many its seen to be a stroke of genius as it freed up Toure who scored both goals. Sometimes the subs work and sometimes they do not.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:37

KNow what your saying mate, but for me comparing mancini against wobbly is like chalk and cheese, mancini in my opinion is a bit more tctically aware, this is where i think our manager falls down.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:56

I don't think Harry has done a bad job with us infact I think he has done a good job,but that is what he has settled for a good job,when he has been so close to doing a great job, I'd rather lose a game going for it than settling for a draw . We need a win vs fulham
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:00

Forget the last 6 minutes! Defoe was ready to come on in the 60th minute but then as he was standing there fully kitted up about to come on we got the penalty and Harry told him to sit back down. Then on about the 70th minute Parker was ready to come on but Harry changed his mind again! Then with about 5 minutes of normal time left he brought on Parker for VDV!! Not even the Villa fans could believe it, taking off our most attacking midfielder for a holding one when we shouldve been pushing for a winner. We were all over Villa and even with 10 men we couldve got a vital win.

BUT thats in the past now, we look towards this game and we have to get all 3 points. Nothing we can do about the other match but if we win we are guaranteed 4th. That may or may not be enough but its still a good position in the league and well move on from there.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:30

Will Big MJ do us a favour?? Lol, I think we can win at home witht he fans right up for it!!! COYS!!!!! And come on you Baggies!!! :cheers:
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 12:24

View Postspecial yid, on 08 May 2012 - 11:30, said:

Will Big MJ do us a favour?? Lol, I think we can win at home witht he fans right up for it!!! COYS!!!!! And come on you Baggies!!! :cheers:



I don't know if BMJ wants to do us a favour. The way he was treated by Levy was disgraceful. He may want to hammer us as a bit of payback. The game at Craven cottage earlier on in the season, Fulham really were unluck to lose.
But BMJ knows how much the Spurs fans loved him so maybe a return to the Lane may make him go easy on us.

As for the Baggies. Last game for Roy so they will want to put on a show for him. I don't care how they play but a win would be an ideal going away present ( and 3rd spot for us!!!!)
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 17:36

He sure as h*ll certainly wont want to do us any favours, why should he? but i bet he would relish putting a nail in our coffin.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 09:49

Sure BMJ was screwed over by Levy, but I feel he prob still has a lot of love for the club and us fans!! We were always good to him!! But Yeah I am quite optimistic about West Broms chances!! They will wanna send him off in style you would think and I expect it to be some atmosphere for Woys last game in charge there!! Rather be us at home than Le Arse going away tbh!! COYS!!! :spurs:
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:02

You could just be right there mate. :niceone:
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Tottenham Hotspur host Fulham at White Hart Lane on Sunday 13th May 2012 (KO 15:00) in the 38th match of the 2011-12 Premier League season.

Spurs come into the last game of the season in 4th place on 66 points knowing that a win against Fulham will ensure a third place finish if Arsenal fail to win at West Bromwich Albion, while Fulham are in 9th place on 52 points and could possibly finish 7th if results go their way.

This will be the 136th time the two clubs have met and the 22nd time in the Premier League.

The first meeting came in the Southern League in September 1903 at Craven Cottage and resulted in a 0-0 draw. The reverse fixture at White Hart Lane in January 1904 was won by Spurs 1-0.

Spurs and Fulham also competed in the London League and both fixtures that season were won by Spurs 2-1 at home and 5-1 away.

The clubs competed against each other for three more seasons in the Southern League with Fulham winning four games, Spurs winning one and the remaining match drawn. Spurs were Southern League Champions in 1899-1900 and Fulham Champions twice in 1905-06 and 1906-07.

There were also two seasons in the Western League in 1904-05 and 1905-06 with Spurs winning twice, Fulham once and one game drawn.

The clubs met on tour in May 1907 in Ostend, Belgium in a match which Spurs won 2-1.

The first Football League meeting between the clubs came in the Second Division in December 1908 at Craven Cottage with Spurs winning 3-2. Tottenham also won the home fixture in April 1909 1-0 with the great Vivian Woodward scoring the winning goal. A few months earlier, Woodward had captained the Great Britain football team to their second of three Olympic Games Gold Medals.

Sandwiched in between those first League encounters was the first FA Cup match in the old second round (today's fourth round) at White Hart Lane, which was won by Spurs 2-0. To date, the clubs have met 8 times in the FA Cup with Spurs winning 5 games, Fulham once and 2 draws.

As Spurs had won promotion to the First Division after their maiden season, there were no more League meetings with Fulham until after the First World War.

During the War, the clubs met frequently in the various competitions which were created to provide entertainment for the masses and many of Tottenham Hotspur's "home" matches were played at Arsenal's Highbury Stadium as White Hart Lane had been requisitioned by the Army.

When football resumed in 1919, Spurs had lost their First Division status to Arsenal under contraversial circumstances and met Fulham in the Second Division in December at Craven Cottage in a game Spurs won 4-1. The reverse fixture was also won by Spurs 4-0 on their way to the Second Division Championship.

There were no more competitive matches with Fulham until Spurs were relegated to the Second Division in 1932-33 and both fixtures ended in draws.

There were four more seasons of Second Division football before the outbreak of World War Two and honours were even with two wins apiece and four draws in those eight matches.

Spurs and Fulham met 13 times during the War with Tottenham winning nine games, Fulham one and three drawn matches.

The clubs met in the Second Division for the first three seasons after the War with one win each and four games drawn.

Spurs won the First Division Championship in 1950-51 and in the process did the "double" over Fulham 1-0 away and 2-1 at home.

The clubs met for another 10 seasons in the First Division up to 1967-68 with Spurs winning 12 games, Fulham one and 7 games drawn.

The next League meetings came in the Second Division in 1977-78 with Spurs taking four point off Fulham as they regained their Top Flight status.

The first of three Football League Cup meetings came in December 1981 with Spurs winning 1-0 at the Lane with a Micky Hazard goal.

Fulham were promoted to the Premier League for season 2001-02 and they've kept their place in the League ever since. Spurs have won nine of the 21 games played so far with Fulham winning six and six matches have been drawn.

The match at Craven Cottage last season in October 2010 was won by Spurs 2-1 with goals from Roman Pavlyuchenko and Tom Huddlestone with Diomansy Kamara getting Fulham's goal, while the reverse fixture at White Hart Lane on New Year's Day was won by Spurs with a Gareth Bale goal.

Fulham had a very impressive 4-0 win over Spurs in the fourth round of the 2010-11 FA Cup at Craven Cottage. Danny Murphy put the West Londoners two goals up before Michael Dawson was sent-off for Spurs. Brede Hangeland and Moussa Dembele added further first half goals.

In June 2011, Fulham appointed former Spurs manager (2004-07) Martin Jol on a two year contract to replace Mark Hughes as the Cottager's new manager. Both Spurs and Fulham participated in the 2011-12 UEFA Europa League.

The reverse fixture at Craven Cottage earlier this season in November 2011 resulted in a 3-1 win for Tottenham. Fulham's Chris Baird deflected Gareth Bale's shot into the net after 10 minutes and Aaron Lennon scored on 45 minutes to give Spurs a 2-0 halftime lead. Younes Kaboul scored an own goal after 57 minutes but Jermain Defoe's 90th minute goal ensured that Spurs went away with all three points.

Overall, Spurs have won 69 of the 135 matches played, Fulham have won 30 and the remaining 36 games have been drawn.

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Full History of Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham Matches 1903-2012

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They Played for Spurs & Fulham....


Steve Archibald
Ernie Bowering
Laurie Brown
Michael Brown
Vic Buckingham (Spurs player, Fulham manager)
Ron Burgess (Spurs player, Fulham coach)
Roger Cross (Fulham player, Spurs asst. manager)
John Curtis
Sean Davis
Simon Davies
Terry Dyson
Bert Elkin
Harry Evans (Fulham player, Spurs asst. manager)
Ray Evans
Willie Evans
Tom Fitchie
Theo Foley (Spurs res. manager, Fulham youth manager)
Matt Forster (Spurs player, Fulham scout)
Phil Gray
Martin Jol (Manager with both clubs)
Cliff Jones
David Gwilan Jones
Stephen Kelly
Paul Konchesky
John Lacy
Harry Lowe
Ken McKay
Tom Meade
Terry Medwin (Spurs player, Fulham coach)
Paul Mahorn
Steed Malbranque
John Margerrison
Alan Mullery
Danny Murphy
Taffy O'Callaghan
Tim O'Shea
Frank Osborne
Tony Parks
Ernie Payne
Tom Pratt
Jimmy Reid
Wayne Routledge
Hans Segers (Spurs player, Fulham coach)
Neil Smith
Paul Stalteri
Bob Stevens
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Bob Tannahill
Charlie Walters
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Posted 12 May 2012 - 12:54

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Martin Jol admits he would feel 'bad' if Fulham denied his former club Tottenham Hotspur a place in the UEFA Champions League with victory at White Hart Lane.



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Posted 12 May 2012 - 19:46

View Postspursdub10, on 08 May 2012 - 10:33, said:

Mancini brought on De Jong when they were chasing the game at Newcastle at the weekend. By many its seen to be a stroke of genius as it freed up Toure who scored both goals. Sometimes the subs work and sometimes they do not.


that's a good point mate... Had Sandro have burst forward and scored the winner people might have been singing a different song. VDV looked exhausted and wasn't playing too well by the end, but I still think Defoe was the sensible choice. We were all over Villa, didn't need 11 men to score again imo.

I would have taken 4th at the beginning of the season, remember the papers predicting 6th for us, but as we were 3rd for so long I'll be absolutely gutted if we miss Champs league, even if we get 4th.

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