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Can't believe spurs had most of the play at home losing by one goal with 20 minutes to go. How dare they? boooooooooooooooo Moyes boooooooooooooo
So why was Naismith to blame for the goal? Very simplistic view but I guess the majority of the clueless knee jerkers on here need someone to blame.
Nearly every team in the league drops deep and defends a lead in the last 10 minutes away from home. We look to catch them on the break.And we nearly did with Anichebe and Jelavic both getting chances.
The standards of some are far too low.We shouldn't be happy with a point against a team like Spurs anymore, they sure as hell aren't.This acceptance of mediocrity really needs to stop, every game we draw with teams around us with whom we are competing for top 4/5 places should be looked at as points dropped and nothing more.
He had just got himself booked and hasn't completed 90 minutes since coming back from injury. I don't think Moyes wants to risk him pulling a muscle, especially as he was a doubt for this game.I would say that our counter-attacking was still quite good given the chances we created in the last 10 minutes.
Yes, as soon as we stop accepting "mediocrity" we will definitely make the Champions League. That's what's holding us back, not a lack of transfer funds and small squad.When the have Defoe, Bale, and Lennon out, they can call on Sigurdsson, Dempsey and Adebayor. Which is about 30 millions pounds worth of transfer fees and very high wages. With Fellaini and Pienaar out we call upon Ross Barkley and John Heitinga.Oh and people aren't happy with a point, but a draw away to Spurs at just about any other time of the year would be considered a good result.
Also waiting for the obligatory, "doesn't NSNO mean anything anymore?" post.
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.
Yes you can. If we had a better striker on the bench, or a better CM or a better winger it could have change the game.Of course the team we put out was good enough to win the game. But the team Spurs put out was also good enough to win the game. Just because the team we put out is good enough to win the game doesn't mean they will. Christ these are some very simplistic arguments.
But it's not is it!!!! That's the fucking point!
There's a difference between being disappointed with dropping points in a game like today and looking at its context overall. Everyone will be disappointed that we didn't win given how the game panned out. But it's hardly a disgrace of a result.
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