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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by Treetaliano, Sep 20, 2003.
KK starts. Keane back, at least on the pine, for this one.
Keller gives up a corner by shanking his clearance. It comes to bite him in the ass.
Kanoute header hits the top of the bar.
announcer said marking was appauling on the goal.
He gave up at least two bad ones against Chelsea last week, of the four that the Blues scored (I'll give him the benefit of the doubt for the other two, although that might be quite charitable).
And now this... Seems like Keller's been guilty of some fundamental mistakes of late, IMO.
Almost a Saints own goal, but saved by Jones.
Le Saux not called for a handball in the area, Saints let off.
Phillips rips a shot just wide of the post. S'hampton still looks the better of the two teams.
2-0, Beattie again. Sky people are going nuts over it. Shot from distance, Keller gets a piece of it, but can't keep it out of the corner.
3-0, on a counterattack, Phillips at the end after Gardner tries to clear--deflection off the striker, it seems.
3-1. Kanoute with a lone shining light for Spurs.
Hoddle is toast
And perhaps before all is said and done on the day, would that be burnt toast?
Close enough... 2:7 differential the last two matches alone, so far. Doesn't look good for his job security...
Kanoute almost makes it two, but just bleeds wide.
Phillips almost makes it 4-1, after he rounds Keller--but Carr comes back, gets a piece of the shot, puts it on the bar.
Glad I missed this one.
Still, it ain't good for Spurs.
From the sound of it, if I were Glenn Hoddle, I wouldn't be sending my laundry out to the dry-cleaners' anytime soon.
Or is it too early to be hitting the panic button?