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Not sure it was anyone's fault. Ball came in at an awkward height. One of those things this time.
How did Walker get away without being booked??
Spurs alot stronger in the tackle than us today. They seem able to walk around us at times.
Our decision making at times is shocking.We have been in some great situations there and picked the wrong pass.Ross and Kevin look way off the pace.
And quoting him about sums up your knowledge of the game.Spurs at home, down by 1 are always going to have more of the ball no matter who they play. In fact, Walker's run was because we had committed men forward, he had space to run into, Baines made a very poor defensive play and they got their chance.The only mistake I can see from Moyes was not finding a way to help Baines deal with Walker who ripped him apart all game.
This. I don't know what people expected - push everyone up to chase a 3rd against the best counter-attacking side in the land?
Exactly, the knee jerks don't see both sides, it's always about negativity. We had two of our best players out too and we don't have the depth spurs do so player for player I would say we were out matched so to come back from home with a point isn't amazing but I think it's acceptable and certainly isn't Moyes' fault.
I should also point out that you are using one player as an example which doesn't necessarily represent the rule.For every Gareth Bale that is bought for decent money at 17 or 18, there are 4 or 5 others that never repay their fee.Even a team like Spurs, that has generally bought very well, have a huge number of duds. Look at Kyle Naughton, only this year is he getting any time on the pitch and it's not much. They paid 6 million for him. Other shit transfers:David Bentley 17 millionBassong 8 millionAlan Hutton 9 millionDos Santos 4 millionAnd a litany of players we've never heard of for between 2 and 4 million because they never made it.
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