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Newcastle 1-3 Tottenham - Wednesday 15th July, 2020

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3-0 to Bruceys boys 

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On 14/07/2020 at 06:48, Harvsky said:

Joelinton hattrick? Spurs the only team he's played well against so far :ph34r::ph34r::ph34r:

Think it’s inevitable. 

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Can’t believe Aurier is playing, fair play to him, can’t believe he’s in the right mindset to be out there but maybe wants the distraction 

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17 minutes ago, Storts said:

Can’t believe Aurier is playing, fair play to him, can’t believe he’s in the right mindset to be out there but maybe wants the distraction 

I didn't think he would play, picked Sanchez in my fantasy team instead.

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19 minutes ago, Storts said:

Can’t believe Aurier is playing, fair play to him, can’t believe he’s in the right mindset to be out there but maybe wants the distraction 

Well for some people it is better to have something to look forward to, rather than suffer without it, because the sadness will be there regardless. Mikel played when his father was kidnapped (twice!) and Lampard played after his mother's death.

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Son opens the scoring! 

Newcastle should have easily avoided that. They had the ball but the defender overran it and gifted possession to Spurs.

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4 minutes ago, Stan said:

Son opens the scoring! 

Newcastle should have easily avoided that. They had the ball but the defender overran it and gifted possession to Spurs.

Yes, but I think that it is no less than Son deserves, as he has played very well recently. Also he still had a lot to do to score that goal, it was an accurate finish with enough power to beat Dubravka at the near post.

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Just now, Michael said:

Yes, but I think that it is no less than Son deserves, as he has played very well recently. Also he still had a lot to do to score that goal, it was an accurate finish with enough power to beat Dubravka at the near post.

I know mate, avoidable situation before Spurs got the ball though.

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Nearly a Newcastle equaliser. Gayle heads against the post.

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Just as you're wondering how Spurs are in the top half Son pulls one out the bag. Disappointing to be behind. The goal threw us off for a bit but we recovered.

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On 13/07/2020 at 22:10, Storts said:

3-0 to Bruceys boys 

You haven't seemed very confident in spurs since pochettino got sacked. I'm assuming you would have rather kept him? You know what I think of him I wanted him at arsenal 

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Beautiful strike by Ritchie, brilliant goal!

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Kane with an accurate header to put Spurs back in the lead.

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Well the subs seem to have made a big impact in this game. Lazaro helped create Ritchie's goal moments after coming off the bench, then Bergwijn provided the accurate cross for Kane's goal after similarly coming on as a sub a few minutes earlier. It's been an entertaining game so far I feel, as both sides have been quite adventurous.

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Kane secures the win for Spurs.

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Kane scores Spurs's 3rd goal with another header, this time from a rebound.

Newcastle United 1-3 Tottenham

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Just seen Ritchie's goal. Great hit. Very powerful strike to beat Lloris from there.

Thought Saint-Maximin had a good game for Newcastle. Lacked a bit of support all game from other players though.

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He is sensational 

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It's also sensational that he is the only person on that list without a trophy

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1 minute ago, Spike said:

It's also sensational that he is the only person on that list without a trophy

Tbf it's pretty impressive for him to have 200 in 350 with a side that isn't as competitive as the sides those other players were in.

I can relate to having a world class player that's beloved on a good, but not great, side. Stevie was that player for us.

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2 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Tbf it's pretty impressive for him to have 200 in 350 with a side that isn't as competitive as the sides those other players were in.

I can relate to having a world class player that's beloved on a good, but not great, side. Stevie was that player for us.

Whaddya mean? Spurs have had some serious talent in the last five years (on top the best striker in England) and it's an absolute embarassment they don't have a single trophy to show for it, whether it be the FA Cup or the league.

Nothing relatable at all to Liverpool because Liverpool won many cups with Gerrard.

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Just now, Spike said:

Whaddya mean? Spurs have had some serious talent in the last five years (on top the best striker in England) and it's an absolute embarassment they don't have a single trophy to show for it, whether it be the FA Cup or the league.

Spurs have had a very good team, but expecting them to regularly compete for the league against Pep's Man City is a big ask tbh. It's a ridiculously expensively assembled side of world class players with probably the most influential manager of this generation of football.

Should they have won an FA Cup? Maybe, but it's a knockout competition so anything can happen in it... and in the most important cup, they went on a pretty decent run last season that took them to a final. They're unfortunate Barca gave us a crazy amount of money for Coutinho, which gave Klopp the money to buy Alisson & VVD tbh.

I don't think it's as embarrassing as it is just pretty unlucky. You need a lot of things to go right to be competitive on every level in England tbh, not always easy without deep pockets.

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11 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Spurs have had a very good team, but expecting them to regularly compete for the league against Pep's Man City is a big ask tbh. It's a ridiculously expensively assembled side of world class players with probably the most influential manager of this generation of football.

Should they have won an FA Cup? Maybe, but it's a knockout competition so anything can happen in it... and in the most important cup, they went on a pretty decent run last season that took them to a final. They're unfortunate Barca gave us a crazy amount of money for Coutinho, which gave Klopp the money to buy Alisson & VVD tbh.

 I don't think it's as embarrassing as it is just pretty unlucky. You need a lot of things to go right to be competitive on every level in England tbh, not always easy without deep pockets.

I'm not buying that at all, nobody expects them to win a league title but they have several cup competitions to win every year, and they've failed everytime.They have deep enough pockets to compete, they aren't bloody Blackpool or Wigan languishing in the depths of administration, they are regular European playing club in the richest league in the world. 

Just because they can't spend 50,000,000,000 each season like Man City doesn't mean they don't have money or a huge scouting network. They've had the starting CBs of  Belgian golden generation, World Cup winning captain, the best Danish player for two decades,one of the best strikers in English history, several starting fullbacks for England, the best Korean player ever, and they spent what? 100,000,000 just this season three players.

Tottenham have had great players, great teams, and it is criminal they've won nothing. No excuses.

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