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MeKeV    96

Weird, I've not really noticed Utd being particularly worse than anyone else this season with diving?

I do remember earlier in the season Spurs frustrating teams with with going down easily (not all out diving) and lots of petty little fouls, killing any momentum the opposition may have built. It was pretty effective actually.

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normal    345

Alli goes down to easily, and so does Vertonghen. Otherwise, I'd say our problem is the opposite, we don't 'take advantage' of situations enough.

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normal    345

Bah. We've played too many derbies recently. Palace, Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham. It took its toll.

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Milhouse    355

Well the good news is Dianne Abbott has Spurs 3 points ahead of Chelsea in the title race. No hold on, she's just corrected herself. Spurs now 9 points clear.

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Rvn    103

Congrats. Conte are you listening, keep the trophy glistening....walking in a Jose wonderland.

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satsuma    178

You have to hand it to Conte.
He's come into the most difficult league in the world and bettered Mourinho, Guardiola, Klopp and Wenger.
Will be interesting to see how he does in second season with rejuvenated Manchester teams and Champions League to play in.

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normal    345

And playing European matches and getting injuries to key people.

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Rvn    103

It also helped that he had a championship winning team largely built by Jose to tweak. Next season will be very interesting.

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Milhouse    355
11 minutes ago, normal said:

And playing European matches and getting injuries to key people.

Yes, playing in Europe will be a new experience that I'm looking forward to. Oh hang on... :)

Blimey, one year out of Europe and you think we're Leicester!

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normal    345
26 minutes ago, Milhouse said:

Yes, playing in Europe will be a new experience that I'm looking forward to. Oh hang on... :)

Blimey, one year out of Europe and you think we're Leicester!

Easy mistake. ;)

 

But you had an easier fixture list which helped.

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Rvn    103

Bah it's par for the course for us to miss it these days.

Even if we did I'd like to do the European competitions justice instead of a poor campaign.

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normal    345

It feels funny being a Spurs fan these days being able to look down at the table.

Wembley will bring us back down to earth..  

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Rvn    103

I've always found the concept of being a Spurs (or Arsenal) fan funny

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Milhouse    355
1 hour ago, Rvn said:

I've always found the concept of being a Spurs (or Arsenal) fan funny emoji3.png

Nah... I'm just not going to comment. :)

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normal    345
2 hours ago, Rvn said:

I've always found the concept of being a Spurs (or Arsenal) fan funny emoji3.png

C'mon Ajax!

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Rvn    103
C'mon Ajax!


yet another chance to win one of those things that they call trophies.

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