Match Preview : Man Utd (Home)

A top six clash at Wembley that has been hijacked by the biased football media and turned into an audition for Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino for the Man Utd managerial post. 

Which is a serious disservice to Tottenham, Pochettino, Spurs fans and even Man Utd caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær. The lack of respect is sickening, to say the least. 

As usual, Pochettino and his team will have to ignore the media bias and focus on what they do best – winning games. Spurs surprised many earlier in the season by beating Man Utd comprehensively at Old Trafford and certainly, Utd will be looking for a measure of revenge in this return fixture. 

The close midweek victory in the Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea demonstrated that this Spurs team possesses a winning mentality and I believe that they are more than capable to put an end to Solskjaer’s unbeaten run as Man Utd manager. 

Personnel-wise, not much change as recovering players are not quite match fit for a massive game like this one. 

Thus I predict a fairly familiar line-up for Sunday : Lloris, Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Davies, Winks, Sissoko, Eriksen, Dele, Son, Kane. 

COME ON YOU SPURS!!!

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New stadium update | Tottenham Hotspur

New stadium update | Tottenham Hotspur:

No date for the opening of the new stadium but definitely all the fixtures in February have been confirmed by the club as being played at Wembley. 

Again, I believe that it was totally unrealistic for the club to expect that the new stadium could have been finished in just one year. What the club should have done is set aside two seasons at Wembley instead of this ongoing PR disaster.

The pressure and expectations were all self-inflicted. As it stands, I do not know why the club is still stringing the fans along – surely, there’s no point in hoping to open this season. Sigh.  

Tottenham’s Harry Kane makes most of VAR to pu…

Tottenham’s Harry Kane makes most of VAR to put Chelsea on back foot:

Constantly reminded of Jermaine Jenas’ comment that Spurs cannot play badly and win. Well, he has been proven wrong so many times this season that Jenas looks silly now. 

All that matters is the result, a slender lead to take to the Bridge. What is more significantly is that Spurs have not conceded in 2019! Long may it continue!!

COME ON YOU SPURS!!!

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