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Tottenham steam rolling WBA...f**k....well we just have to keep focused and winning and not worry what others are doing.....pissed off though the way the commentators w**k themselves off with Spurs and Loverpool when they are winning

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5 minutes ago, Sindre said:

Alli and Eriksen really are brilliant players. Tottenhams team seem to fit 3-4-3 like a glove.

3-4-3 seems to be the trend these days....not sure whether Spuds are brilliant or WBA are clueless today.

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On 11 January 2017 at 07:16, PloKoon13 said:

Remember him as a rising star in the making in Football Manager 2006.

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Amazing that a 13 game win streak and we haven't pulled away from the chasing pack...Spuds and Utd playing like world champions, Liverpool seemingly stuttering, City re grouping....our game today is important for the team to grab the 3 points to keep a little daylight between us and 2nd.   Still hopefully Spurs dream will be crushed next week against City but they way they are playing you wouldn't bet against Spurs putting 5 past them.

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