Sunday March 3, 2013 Day 28 Finished White Hart Lane

Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 1 Arsenal

  • Bale 37’
  • Lennon 39’
  • Mertesacker 51’

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    • Tottenham Hotspur
    • Arsenal
    • - Don't forget you can watch highlights of this match, along with every Premier League game, from 00:01 on Monday morning (UK only).
    • - It's looking bleak for Arsenal now. Will they make the Champions League? Not if they keep defending like that. Let me know what you thought on Twitter. Follow Tom Adams (@tomEurosport) on Twitter
    • 90+7' FULL TIME. First-half goals from Bale and Lennon see Spurs beat Arsenal 2-1 to go seven clear of their big rivals. Arsenal responded through Mertesacker but paid for some poor defending on derby day.
    • 90+7' Spurs run the clock down as William Gallas comes on for Lennon...
    • 90+6' Wilshere draws a foul in the Spurs half and Walker is booked. One last chance...
    • 90+6' Into the last minute...
    • 90+5' Walcott with the corner and it goes deep, with Lloris palming the ball away. Vermaelen then commits a foul.
    • 90+4' Wilshere drops a looping pass into the box and after Spurs fail to clear, Podolski has a shot deflected over for a corner.
    • 90+4' Arsenal with a free-kick and Wilshere pumps it forward, but Spurs manage to hoof the ball clear.
    • 90+3' Giroud penalised for a foul. Just what Arsenal don't need. He has been very poor today.
    • 90+2' Bale takes it into the corner to run the clock down and is penalised for a foul. Arsenal get the game going...
    • 90+1' SIX minutes of added time.
    • 90' What are Arsenal doing here? Minutes left and they play it around the back, with Lennon getting a telling-off for catching Szczesny late.
    • 89' Walcott goes for the shot but curls his effort just wide of the post. Lloris was over quickly and might have saved it.
    • 89' Livermore immediately comes across and treads on Podolski to give away a free-kick...
    • 88' Spurs with the change as Jake Livermore comes on to replace Dembele. The midfielder was up and walking though, which is encouraging.
    • 87' This doesn't look good. Dembele goes over heavily on his ankle when trying to challenge Wilshere and has hurt himself.
    • 86' Defoe finds Sigurdsson to the left of the box and he goes onto his left again before curling the ball past the far post.
    • 85' Poor from Giroud as he fires a shot high, high into the stands at White Hart Lane after the ball bounces up for him on the turn, 20 yards from goal.
    • 83' Bale with a free-kick for Tottenham but it bounces into the grateful arms of Szczesny.
    • 81' Actually it wasn't quite as close as that on second viewing, and the corner is wasted. Time running out for Arsenal now.
    • 80' BIG CHANCE FOR ARSENAL! Ramsey finds acres of space on the right and comes into the box, only to se his shot deflect just inches wide of the post.
    • 79' Lloris races off his line again as Arsenal try to play in Podolski. Fine goalkeeping from the Frenchman.
    • 77' A change for Arsenal as Arteta is replaced by Podolski. The visitors going for it now.
    • 76' Parker tries to pop a quick pass through for Lennon but can't pull it off.
    • 75' Stat from Infostrada: "f the goal is confirmed as a Mertesacker goal he will become the first ever defender to have scored home and away in this fixture in the same season in the PL era."
    • 74' CHANCE FOR SPURS! The ball pops up for Bale in the box and he unleashes a ferocious effort that bounces into the torso of Szczesny. The keeper was lucky it came straight to him.
    • 72' Lennon cuts in from the right and gets a sharp shot away, only for Monreal to deflect the ball behind for a corner.
    • 71' Arsenal opened up again as Parker comes forward and plays a square pass for Defoe, who drags his shot narrowly wide of the far post. The visiting defence is all over the place.
    • 70' HUGE MISS FOR SPURS! The Arsenal defence opens up again. Lennon comes in from the right and spots Sigurdsson all alone on the left, away from Ramsey. Sigurdsson gets past Szczesny but tries to cross and sees his ball cut out by Mertesacker. He should have gone for the shot.
    • 69' Arteta swings the ball in for Giroud but Dawson heads away for Spurs. No danger there.
    • 68' Sigurdsson fouls Walcott in the right channel and Arsenal have a well-placed free-kick...
    • 67' Adebayor is taken off on a stretcher after a poor performance. He landed awkwardly following an aerial challenge. Defoe on in his place.
    • 66' A stretcher comes on for Adebayor and Spurs are getting Jermain Defoe ready.
    • 65' We have a flare-up. Arsenal don't stop play with Adebayor down - why would they, it's up to the ref? - and Spurs are angry. They have a word with Clattenburg before Vermaelen comes over and starts shoving Dawson. Handbags ensue.
    • 64' Walcott looks for a second to have got away from Vertonghen but the Belgian recovers with an important challenge.
    • 63' Cazorla gets the ball wide to Ramsey at the end of another prolonged period of pressure and his cross is headed well over the bar by Walcott at the near post.
    • 62' Arsenal are really testing Spurs with their movement and passing now. Plenty of pressure on the home defence.
    • 61' It's very rare for Wenger to make such an early change, and placing Ramsey at right-back is certainly an interesting move. It gives Arsenal more control and impetus in attack, but leaves them more vulnerable at the back.
    • 60' A change for Arsenal as Jenkinson is replaced by Tomas Rosicky. That means Ramsey will drop in at right-back.
    • 59' BIG MISS FOR SPURS! Dembele pops the ball wide for Sigurdsson and when the cross finds Bale at the back post he turns it high over the bar with his instep!
    • 58' Giroud challenges for a high ball but lands nastily on his hip and needs some treatment. Ouch. He hobbles off the pitch.
    • 56' Szczesny makes a rather unconvincing clearance from the edge of his box but at least he dealt with the situation.
    • 55' Cazorla tries to spring Walcott free through the middle but as the forward sticks out a leg in an attempt to control he sends the ball spurting too far in front of him.
    • 54' BIG CHANCE FOR ARSENAL! Jenkinson comes forward and plays in a dangerous cross but Lloris holds onto the ball, just about, under pressure from Wilshere and Giroud.
    • 53' Arsenal come forward again and when the ball bounces out to Monreal 20 yards from goal he lashes a shot about two metres wide. Now the momentum of the game has changed...
    • 52' Well, it looked to me as though Mertesacker's initial header was going wide so it should be a Bale own goal. It might be credited to Mertesacker at first though.
    • 51' GOAL! Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal! Well done Ramsey, as from the Walcott delivery, Mertesacker gets in front of Bale to divert the ball against the Spurs man and in. An own goal.
    • 50' Bale and Vermaelen suffer a clash of heads and both wince. However, they are fine to continue.
    • 49' Bale and Vermaelen suffer a clash of heads and both wince. However, they are fine to continue.
    • 48' Bale whips in a cross from the right. It's deep but Sigurdsson collects at the back post and cuts onto his left to bend a shot high and wide.
    • 47' Parker is whistled for a foul but still tries to catch Szczesny off his line with a looping effort from 40 yards. Yes, that Scott Parker.
    • 46' KICK OFF! No changes from either side.
    • - Can Arsenal come back from this? Just what are they teaching these defenders? Let me know on Twitter. Follow Tom Adams (@tomEurosport) on Twitter
    • 45+3' HALF TIME. Two terrible moments from the Arsenal defence leave their hold on Champions League football looking more tenuous than ever. Bale and Lennon profit.
    • 45+2' Arteta into the book for an untidy challenge by the touchline.
    • 45+1' Arsenal looked rocked by those two goals and well they might. Some horrid, horrid defensing.
    • 45' We will have two minutes of added time.
    • 44' "Arsene Wenger, we want you to stay" sing the Spurs fans.
    • 43' Parker tries to open up the Arsenal defence again and exploit that suicidally high line that has left the visitors so vulnerable, but a red shirt sticks out a leg to block just as Bale threatens to break away.
    • 42' Stat from Infostrada: "Gareth Bale equals the club record of scoring in five consecutive PL matches, level with Rafael van der Vaart, Robbie Keane and Teddy Sheringham."
    • 41' White Hart Lane is bursting with song now. What a double-whammy for Arsenal. Awful defending their undoing once again.
    • 40' Spurs were well within their rights to continue as Cazorla had hurt his leg and in that situation it's up to the ref. The Spaniard is fine by the way.
    • 39' GOAL! Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal! A carbon copy, almost. Cazorla is down hurt but Spurs continue and Parker plays in a nice ball for Lennon, who darts in to round Szczesny and tuck the ball home.
    • 38' I hesitate to say 'classic Arsenal', but after starting so well it's typical of this team that they've surrendered the initiative anyway.
    • 37' GOAL! Tottenham 1-0 Arsenal! It's Bale with his 10th goal in eigth games! Mertesacker is playing him on as Sigurdsson squirts a nice pass through and Bale takes it superbly, coming around the ball to prod it past the stranded Szczesny.
    • 36' Stat from Infostrada: "Only once in the last 10 PL meetings between these clubs at White Hart Lane has there failed to be a first half goal."
    • 34' Szczesny comes off his line well to claim the ball but a short throw out backfires as Arteta and Jenkinson contrive to get themselves in a tight corner.
    • 33' Jenkinson sees a cross deflected behind for a corner. Arsenal play the ball around from the set-piece but eventually give away a goal-kick.
    • 32' Giroud gets the turn on his marker from a throw but the ball bounces up and strikes him on the arm, leading to a free-kick for Spurs.
    • 31' Bale has charge of the free-kick but his floating delivery drops nicely into the hands of Szczesny. A waste.
    • 30' And a yellow card for Ramsey now as he drags Lennon to ground from behind as the winger tries to accelerate away.
    • 29' Vertonghen joins Adebayor in the book for a clumsy trip on Giroud, who was turning away from him into space some 45 yards from goal.
    • 29' Adebayor was fortunate that referee Clattenburg didn't judge that to be a dive as he would be off.
    • 28' Bale's corner is poor but when the ball is cleared to Assou-Ekotto his piledriver appears to be blocked by the arm of Mertesacker. No free-kick though, and as a the ball bounces around, Adebayor goes to ground softly.
    • 27' Here's something to shout about though as Lennon wins a corner for Tottenham and Bale walks across to take it...
    • 26' Stat from Opta: "Tottenham have lost only one of their last seven Barclays Premier League home games against rivals Arsenal."
    • 25' Spurs must be getting a touch frustrated with their performance so far as they have been unable to create anything. It's been a difficult afternoon for them.
    • 24' It's a poor corner from Walcott though and at the back post Vermaelen can only send the ball high into the air with the top of his head.
    • 23' Walcott makes a darting run to get on the end of a pass from Cazorla but Walker gets an important challenge in, the ball going behind for a corner as Lloris fails to keep it in play.
    • 22' Stat from Infostrada: "The last time there was at least one red card in both PL meetings between these clubs in the same season came in 1999-00 when Arsenal had three red cards in total – Freddie Ljungberg and Martin Keown (White Hart Lane) and Gilles Grimandi (Highbury)."
    • 21' Lloris, alert as ever, hares off his line to clasp a cross to his chest in the centre of the box. Spurs go up the other end and Sigurdsson only just fails to clip a pass through for Bale, who can't extend his leg far enough to pull the ball down as he beats the offside trap.
    • 20' Adebayor does let these occasions get to him. Remember that celebration for City against Arsenal when he rang the full length of the pitch? Still, always a dangerous player.
    • 19' Adebayor is in trouble once again after his red card at Emirates Stadium earlier in the season. He goes in late on Ramsey and catches the midfielder's leg. Our first booking.
    • 18' Vermaelen produces a thunderous derby challenge to win the ball and Wilshere then tries to prise open the defence, only to put too much on his pass for Giroud.
    • 17' Bale tries to make something happen through the centre but overruns the ball. Arsenal cope well again. They have been the better side so far - though that often means they are primed to concede one.
    • 16' Parker - who hasn't escaped criticism this season - loses possession with a poor pass down the line that floats out of play. Spurs certainly miss Sandro in there at times.
    • 15' Arsenal have been excellent so far. They have had the better of possession and have pinned Spurs back, while Bale hasn't had much of a sniff just yet. Spurs need to get foot on ball more.
    • 14' Jenkinson takes the ball forward from right-back and finds half a metre of space to the side of Assou-Ekotto before lashing a cross towards goal that almost catches Lloris out at his near post.
    • 13' Wilshere with a trademark turn of direction in midfield and he draws the foul from Parker. But instead of loading the box Arsenal take the quick option and play the ball around instead.
    • 12' Stat from Infostrada: "Gareth Bale can become the first ever Spurs player to score five goals in this fixture in the PL era if he scores today."
    • 11' Lloris rushes off his line to save at the feet of Walcott, but spills the ball. Thankfully Spurs are able to tidy up after the Frenchman, who has had a fantastic season so far.
    • 10' BIG CHANCE FOR ARSENAL! Giroud controls the ball beautifully following a chipped pass from Arteta and has the goal in front of him, but his hesitancy and decision to produce a controlled finish allow Vertonghen time to recover and slide in to block.
    • 9' Arsenal win another corner and Adebayor heads away from Walcott's delivery. The ball is worked to Walcott again though and his shot is blocked by Dawson. A good start by Arsenal.
    • 9' Arteta dinks a pass through the centre and though Giroud pulls the ball down neatly to control, he is ruled offside as he swings and misses the ball with an attempted shot.
    • 8' Kyle Walker now surges forward in a hectic contest. He drives right through the Arsenal team but his cross is blocked by the sliding Vermaelen.
    • 7' Arsenal win a corner when they shouldn't - Dawson's header from a Jenkinson cross coming off Walcott - and Giroud directs his header at Lloris for the first chance of the game.
    • 6' Given Wojciech Szczesny's form this season you are always concerned when the ball comes his way but the keeper clears under pressure from Bale before Assou-Ekotto puts in an important challenge on Walcott to prevent him skipping into the box.
    • 5' Arsenal probe down the left for the first time as Nacho Monreal plays in Wilshere. The visitors win a throw and shift their focus central but the move breaks down. As does as Spurs break.
    • 4' A first free-kick of the game for Arsenal but a bout of head tennis results from Wilshere's cross before Tottenham clear.
    • 3' As expected Cazorla takes up position on the left of the Arsenal advanced three, with Wilshere playing as the No. 10 suggests as he tucks up behind Olivier Giroud.
    • 2' Arteta brings down Aaron Lennon and Spurs have their first free-kick. Bale sends in a dipping set-piece but Michael Dawson strays offside as he tries to connect with his head.
    • 1' Bale does look to be playing central off Adebayor, in and around Ramsey and Arteta who are Arsenal's two deep midfielders.
    • 1' KICK OFF! Tottenham attacking right to left in their home kit, Arsenal decked out in bright red.
    • 15:58 Here come the teams and it is LOUD at White Hart Lane today. We are set for a thrilling contest between two teams who hate each other. Well, the fans do at least. There's a few international team-mates on opposite sides of the divide today. Lloris/Giroud, Bale/Ramsey, Vertonghen/Vermaelen, Lennon/Walcott amongst a few others.
    • 15:55 Something of a strange decision from AVB to include Sigurdsson at the expense of Holtby. Here's his explanation: "Gylfi Sigurdsson did very well the the other day at West Ham, he deserves some credit and I put him back in the team. It is a wonderful opportunity to put ourselves in a comfortable position."
    • 15:50 What do you think will happen? Are Spurs set for a seven-point lead over Arsenal or can the Gunners keep Bale quiet and get a result? Let me know on Twitter if you like. Follow Tom Adams (@tomEurosport) on Twitter
    • 15:45 We've seen some great games between these two sides in the very recent past: 5-2s, 5-4s. 4-4s. You name it. To be honest it's almost impossible to predict what will happen - beyond the fact Bale will almost certainly score, there will be plenty of goalmouth action and some tasty challenges. Should be a fantastic contest.
    • 15:40 Time for some choice stats from Opta: " Spurs have thrown away leads in their last two Premier League games against Arsenal and have lost both matches 5-2. There have been 121 goals between these sides in Premier League history, only Everton v Man Utd games have seen as many. Lionel Messi and Gareth Bale are the only players from Europe’s big five leagues to score six league goals from outside the box this season."
    • 15:35 Are you following our official Twitter account? If so, then well done. If not, then get involved now. Follow Eurosport (@EurosportCom_EN) on Twitter
    • 15:30 Tottenham will be rightly confident of securing a win today. Now they have shed their inferiority complex in these matches, and Bale is scoring all manner of ridiculous goals, nothing will faze them. If they do open up a seven-point lead then they will be superbly placed to finish above Arsenal for the first time since 1995. AVB fancies Bale for Golden Boot
    • 15:25 There was a time when Arsenal were always big favourites heading into derby day. But ever since Danny Rose struck a thunderbolt in April 2010 - bringing an end to Arsenal's unbeaten run of 20 games against their rivals - things have been rather more equal. Since that day, Arsenal have won three, drawn one and lost two, though they have won the past two 5-2.
    • 15:25 It's been a tumultuous season for Arsenal, both on and off the field. This morning they have had to deny reports in the Sunday papers that the club has been targeted with a £1.5 billion takeover, insisting that Stan Kroenke has no plans to sell up, even at a vast profit. Arsenal: No £1.5bn takeover bid, Kroenke committed to club
    • 15:20 Arsene Wenger said this week he had no plan to deal with Gareth Bale, who is in sensational form and has 15 league goals this season. "We don't plan for anybody," he said, and it shows in a team selection which seemingly pits Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta up against the Welshman in the deep midfield roles - neither of whom are good tacklers. We can't worry about Bale - Wenger
    • 15:15 TEAMS: Spurs: Lloris, Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto, Dembele, Parker, Lennon, Sigurdsson, Bale, Adebayor. Subs: Friedel, Naughton, Gallas, Carroll, Livermore, Holtby, Defoe. /// Arsenal: Szczesny, Jenkinson, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Monreal, Arteta, Wilshere, Ramsey, Cazorla, Walcott, Giroud. Subs: Mannone, Koscielny, Rosicky, Podolski, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Coquelin, Gervinho.
    • 15:10 Some team news is filtering through and Spurs go with Gylfi Sigurdsson in midfield rather than Lewis Holtby, with Gareth Bale enjoying a free role behind Emmanuel Adebayor, who was sent off in a 5-2 defeat at Arsenal earlier in the season. Arsenal include Aaron Ramsey for Abou Diaby.
    • 15:05 Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the North London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at White Hart Lane. Spurs start the day four points ahead of their rivals - a win here would give them a huge chance of claiming a Champions League spot.
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  1. go Arsenal!!!!!!!!!!!

    From Arsenal, on Thu 7 Mar 8:29
  2. Arsene Wenger u find 1 translater from Malaysia to read­ my comments...Beli seorang penjaga gol yg­ terbaik,Casilas dari real madrid pun boleh untuk tempoh­ 3-4 tahun.Beli 2 orang pertahanan tengah yang berkelas­ dunia dan seorang striker sejati dah cukup untuk­ memperkuatkan Arsenal untuk menjadi sebuah kelab yang­ akan dikenang sejarah antara kelab terbaik dunia yang­ pernah ada.Kalau semua yang saya sarankan untuk Arsene­ beli selepas ini,pasti keuntungan kelab akan bertambah­ kerana memenangi setiap kejohanan untuk tempoh 5-6­ tahun.Dan begitu la seterusnya beli dan ganti pemain yg­ sudah tak mampu untuk bermain dalam tempoh yg­ terbaik...go Arsenal.

    From Arsenal, on Thu 7 Mar 7:56
  3. I'm a Arsenal fun...i hope that Arsene Wenger will­ buy a new players after this.Buy 2 defender and 1 world­ standart striker can save arsenal.Trust me Arsene­ Wenger,Arsenal can win all best club in the wolrd if­ you buy some players after this...Arsenal can!!!

    From Arsenal, on Thu 7 Mar 7:44
  4. Every match loosing why ? Make sure you prepair­ yourself fuly, before you enter to the pitch..... Am­ very woried abo0ut arsenal.....what is da use of gouru­ and podosky at da striking point?????.and yet time­ goes? Am sure we are not going any futher ,be serious­ mr.wenger ......

    From Flasher Arnold, on Wed 6 Mar 13:31
  5. Well done Spurs Gooners catch us if you can

    From Raymond, on Tue 5 Mar 19:53
  6. I'm really happy with AVB. The whole attitude and­ spirit at the club has changed. The heavy pressurised­ atmosphere that has always surrounded White Hart Lane­ is starting to lift and the bond between coaching staff­ and players is clear for all to see :)

    From me, on Tue 5 Mar 13:35
  7. As a Spurs supporter, I do respect Arsenal but I­ can't help but think that Wenger is well past his­ sell by date. The club may have 123 million in the bank­ but I don't think the average Arsenal supporter­ cares about it that much. The Arsenal fans want to see­ their club win and that ain't happening and has­ happened in the past 8 years. If Wenger was the manager­ of any other club in the Prem, he would have been given­ the elbow years ago. I'm told he's a good­ businessman which is all well and good but as a manager­ of a top club, he's utterly useless. He's no­ Alex Ferguson that's for sure. As for AVB, I'm­ still not convinced. He simply took over from the great­ work Harry did for the club.

    From GEORGE, on Mon 4 Mar 16:48
  8. Tottenham Hotspur = Holtby ! Arsenal = Mertesacker +­ Podolski !!

    From Ali, on Mon 4 Mar 4:50
  9. to loose is not the issue but the manner of which u­ loose. instead of saying we were too unlucky to loose­ we have come to the point that we deserved to loose. we­ lack leadership. remember viera fighting with lauren in­ the team bus because of slack defense. noone wants to­ say i'm a gunner and will die fighting for my­ squad. there are players in division one who­ could'v shown more team pride. this is not some­ fly by night team. people this is the gunners. players­ need to know that. bale sticks with spurs despite­ outside interests but we can't keep hleb, song,­ flamini, bentner, cesc, nasri, adebayor, rvp. wenger­ has done a good job but the man incharge of contracts­ has been left wanting

    From , on Mon 4 Mar 1:02
  10. Howway Tottenham we gonna win this league ano we will­ garage bale was amazing today love his beautiful goal

    From sam, on Sun 3 Mar 22:15
  11. When is St.Gooneringham's day? Must be soon surely?

    From , on Sun 3 Mar 21:15
  12. well done Spurs but as always far to early to­ celebrate............look at remaining­ fixtures.....still plenty to do.......i think top 5­ will be as present.....COYS!

    From ANDREW, on Sun 3 Mar 20:44
  13. 338 Charlie-you are definately a right one & well­ named-Arsene Wenger has done more for Arsenal than any­ maMnager in history- he does not have the resources to­ compete with the best (Manu) or the wealthy­ City/Chelsea, Mourhino to Arsenal? you talk rubbish he­ only goes where success and money is guaranteed not­ Arsenal.

    From JOHN, on Sun 3 Mar 20:23
  14. I think that is settled- the top 3 will be Manu- Man­ City & Spurs in that order, Chelsea robbed Spurs­ last season in the CL so it would be justice if they­ finished 5th Arsenal still have a good chance of 4th­ spot, they are capable of winning their next 6 PL­ games, in the same period Chelsea have to play Spurs­ & travel to Liverpool so I think after 34 games­ Arsenal will be a point ahead in 4th place, Chelsea­ then have to visit Old Trafford so the way I see it­ Arsenal have all to play for and Chelsea will not­ qualify for CL. finishing no better than 5th with­ Everton & Liverpool still capable of catching them.

    From JOHN, on Sun 3 Mar 20:14
  15. Please sell Ade in the summer! COYS!!

    From Mr G., on Sun 3 Mar 19:23
  16. ajay s you talk nonsense, Benitez has already lost to­ City , Newcastle and Q.P.R. this year.

    From GOONERgetya, on Sun 3 Mar 19:22
  17. Arsenal can not win Tot. How Arsenal is going to win­ Bayer in Champ Lea. bye bye Arsenal. this is not a good­ club no more. this is so shameful. No chance of­ winning Champ Lea this week.

    From rangsin r, on Sun 3 Mar 19:19
  18. Yay....7 pts clear of Arsenal....Who the hell cares? ­ Man Utd is still 17 pts clear of the Spurs....Look at­ the big picture Spurs fans....You want to win the­ title? Beat the best. Otherwise, enjoy being 2nd­ loser after Man City...

    From The Movie Sounds, on Sun 3 Mar 19:17
  19. Gotta hand it to Wenger. Lose to Bradford, Bayern,­ Blackburn, Spurs & he still keeps his job. The­ guys amazing. If a Chelsea manager did that he would­ be on the dole in hours.

    From ajay s, on Sun 3 Mar 19:11
  20. A couple of mistakes cost Arsenal dearly. I thought­ both teams played badly with Spurs capitalising on­ defensive errors. Giroud was terrible, worst I've­ seen him play and he runs like a speed walker. Wilshere­ had a rare off game and Ramsey ran his socks off with­ little end produce. Still, based on this season we are­ up 6-4

    From GOONERgetya, on Sun 3 Mar 18:55
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