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My regular reader will know that I love the history of Spurs as much as I am propelled by the present. The international break gives me a long-awaited chance to invite you to join a campaign for recognition of one of Tottenham’s founding fathers, without whom I guess there would be no Tottenham Hotspur.
If you know the origins of Spurs, the name Bobby Buckle should loom large in your personal Lane Legends hall of fame. A snap shot in case you do not know his place in Spurs history........
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Overall it was a good performance by Spurs who were missing a number of regulars and conceding a lot of height in defence. They missed a couple of good chances to make the game safe but finally lost out to the bigger stronger Stoke lads who got their second draw in two games. Spurs have one point which is one more than next week's opponents Middlesbrough, who Spurs play away..........
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Harry Kane Should be England Captain – But Not Just Yet, 20.03.17
Spurs ultimately proved that they can win without their leading scorer Harry Kane, but this win (a Spurs Premier League record tenth consecutive home win) against mid-table Southampton was as hard as they come, and surely the hardest fought home win they have had this season.
The one change in the Premier league starting line-up was Son Heung-min in place of Kane, and of course he earnt this on the back of his FA Cup hat-trick last week. However, apart from one early instinctive chance (and instinct is his strength), I felt this game was more suited to a player with more physical strength, and one who plays well with his back to goal. That player is Vincent Janssen, who had to wait until the 86th minute for his entrance. Janssen did force perhaps the most difficult save of the game from Fraser Forster, and I would have liked to have seen more of him today.......
Spurs had their most convincing FA Cup win since beating non-league Margate 6-0 in 1973, and the biggest FA Cup Win of the week-end (so far) with a 6-0 win against League One Millwall. The visitors, who brought a full contingent of over 3,000 fans, had been unbeaten in 17 games, and had conquered three Premier League teams on their way to this quarter-final. Despite losing top scorer Harry Kane to injury in the first 10 minutes, Spurs beat their London rivals in the most comprehensive fashion, with Son Heung-min likely to grab the headlines with a hat-trick.
Son had started the game alongside Dele Alli, behind Harry Kane in a slightly weakened team, with Vorm, Trippier, Winks and Son getting starts instead of Lloris, Walker, Dembele, and Eriksen.
There is no case for manager Mauricio Pochettino to answer regarding his team selection with a score line such as this one. Eriksen replaced Kane, who turned his ankle in an early challenge with Millwall's Jake Cooper. Harry walked off, and will hopefully not be absent for long, but this Spurs side showed they can score without him!
The biggest cheer of the day was reserved for late substitute Vincent Janssen, who scored a terrific 79th minute goal to make it 5-0. It was Vincent's first goal from open play for Spurs, and the home fans gleefully chanted "He scores when he wants"!........
Harry Kane won the battle of the strikers 2-1, and Spurs won the game 3-2 to secure second place on the Premier League at least until Man City play a mid-week game at home to Stoke on Wednesday. The score line does not tell a true story about the game, as Spurs had been 2-0 and 3-1 up, with a lapse in concentration after their third goal giving Everton a consolation second goal. There was never going to be time for the "Toffees" to equalise, and many of their fans will have missed Enner Valencia's late, late goal as they swarmed to the exits after Dele Alli had put Spurs 3-1 up in the second of four minutes added time.
Harry Kane scored a brace and Romelu Lukaku replied with one goal to give Harry the lead in the Premier League goalscorers' race with Arsenal's Sanchez missing out yesterday. Spurs deserved at least a two goal winning margin as this was a fine performance all round, although Ronald Koeman's team put up a better fight in the second half, after Spurs had dominated the first.......
Perhaps one of the most popular threads on The Spurs Odyssey message board is one which started six years ago in 2010. This provides the history of our new stadium applications (including the thankfully unsuccessful bid for the Olympic Stadium) right up to the present time with images of the actual current building and ongoing planning processes. There is a genuine community feel about the board, which is moderated.
Every Spurs match is covered with excellent threads, which feature images and stats from previous games. There is so much to enjoy about the message board which also has an off-topic section where non-football matters are discussed.
There is also a great archive of filed material with links to some great Spurs history and goals.
If you would like to become even more involved, then please e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org)
stating your full name, address (Town and Country will suffice!) and desired user name, and I will do the rest.
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