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Gooners - Play Fantasy T*tt*nh*m Chairman

Well, it was another sorry night in North London last night with the T*ttenh*m Army left disappointed again when their expensively assembled side recorded their third defeat in four Premiership matches.

It’s all SO predictable, isn’t it?

Poor old T*tt*nh*am – yet another summer of crowing that they would usurp the red and white half of North London, they’ve now had their worst start in 35 years and worst in the Premiership.

Poor old D*vid B*ntley, who saw his place in the England team taken by Theo Walcott and couldn’t even make the starting XI for his club team last night. That'll teach him.

And to make it worse, after their despicable treatment of former coach Martin Jol, the Dutchman must have a wry smile on his face this morning after noting that not only was his Premiership record better than that of Juande Ramos, but that his current team, Hamburg, happen to be sitting pretty at the top of the Bundesliga.

So, what better excuse than to play Fantasy Daniel Levy and help our poor cousins out of their stupor.

Reader Comments (8)

Oneday Ramos should be sacked

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterkk

No he shouldn't, he is doing a marvellous job in gettin the spuds relegated :-D

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterClacko the Gooner

Leaving aside all the laughing at them for just a second, in their place I would be asking serious questions about Damien Comolli actually. He's about the only member of the "management" team left in place, he's above the manager, and they still have the same problems despite changing manager.

Now looking at that, I hope sp*rs offer him a job for life, but were he at Arsenal I'd expect him to be kicked out on his ass.

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterRobM

Just when thought my morning couldn't get any better!

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterViperk

Ha ha ha, I loved it I watched the whole game and I was cheering on Tthe Villas!!! Poor keeper ended up at the wrong club, mind he looks top draw that lad!

Now I now Wisla Krakow as I come from Poland and I hope they will beat them as well next week Thursday, will be cheering on the Polish Krakow Club!!!

Wiselka krakowska la la lal a laaaaa

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterArthur The Gooner

Ha Ha though i think Villa are a very good side why did we not sign Barry? he looked great again just as he did with England
Love to see Walcott on one side and Young on the other for England would frighten any defence in the world

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterkeith

where are all those spud fans that were talking it up

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered Commentergunner

tottenham should never have treated jol like they did, that was disgraceful and that's come back to haunt them. jol's top five finishes don't look to be matched by ramos any time soon. but to be fair it's not all ramos, levy and comolli are showing they are just a mess.

September 16, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterfran

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