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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad Gameday' started by BuffloSoldier, Aug 11, 2002.
Thanks, Bufflo, et al. You're indispensible, as usual.
Thanks, but I better be dispensable--I'm not gonna be around next Saturday morning.
Time to pick up the slack, people.
Heck, I was waiting for Soccernutter to pick up the slack on this one. He usually is good for picking up KK and Tottenham matches.
I acutally forgot! I was planning all week, and last night I said "I'll sleep in."
I'll be here next week...and thanks for the kind words pething101
And thanks Buff, you do a great job. Keep up the good work.
Just saw the two goals that got past Keller...and one question...
Keller had no chance on either.
Wagmann seems to think Keller is the starting keeper based on three consecutive starts.
Reading the "Independent" today. They were glowing (well not that much) about Keller, saying he made several "fine saves" and had no chance on either of the goals. Looks like Spurs might need to improve in the back or it could be up to super-Kasey to make them respectable this year.
Kasey will get the job done, he always has. He just needs the game time to prove himself.
When does the discussion start about whether Friedel would have saved them?
Louise Redknapp? (sorry I don't get it)
jamie's wife louise is VERY attractive.
Isn't Jamie Redknapp married to a good-looking woman named Louise, who is fairly famous in her own right?
You might, as Buff mentioned, take a look at the marking on the goals. On the second, there were three unmarked players in the six-yard area.
If the Spurs' defense doesn't tighten up a bit, it will be a long season.
Twas a joke.