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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by humanbeingincroydon, Jul 12, 2019.
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Youth Champions League fixtures confirmed:
Markanday and a White free kick out us 2-0 up in the first half
I can't help but notice that, in the last day or so, the hacks have all been tripping over one another trying to sell Troy Parrott abroad
I'm sure they'll extend that same courtesy to any highly-rated prospects at their preferred clubs...
We can probably just tell Troy to Google 'Reo Griffiths'... That should be enough to persuade him to stay for the foreseeable future.
If you really want to put the fear of God up him, tell him to Google "Kenny McEvoy"
South Normanton Atletic... Wtf!
Guess Bale's clone could only replicate looks, not ability.
In case anyone asks, Alonso is the mythical Yago De Santiago
Just a thought...maybe don't move last season's U18s into the U23 team en masse
1-0. Parrott. Assist from Richards. Enfield Town in attendance.
Olympiakos have responded well since going behind, but have yet to take any of their chances.
They're getting away with some rather agricultural challenges, though.
1-1. Appalling mistake at the back, as Eyoma totally fumbles a backpass and Fekkas takes advantage.
1-1 HT. A very mixed half, to say the least. Very little service to Parrott, but he's still looked pretty dangerous.
First sub for Spurs. Lusala replaces the captain Bowden, who picked up the only card of the game so far.
Olympiakos nearly nick it at the death, as they hit the bar and then manage the first shot on target of the second half. 2 minutes left.
1-1 FT. Not a terrible result away from home, but not the most promising performance. Worrying lack of subs on a hot day, too.
Jack Roles' opener from a decent camera, but also features a really **** tackle that's suitably punished and some other goals:
I think Mansfield's 22 left his shooting boots at home.
An assertive performance away at Southampton got our Under-18s back to winning ways in the league as we sealed a 2-0 triumph on the south coast on Saturday.
Of course, the real story is who isn't playing...