Ex Spurs & nearly Spur to show what they missed
It's a big game tonight. Most of us know Spurs fans and many suffer from delusions of grandeur, still thinking that they are in the same league as Arsenal & Chelsea and not us and Bolton.
Our record against them at the Valley in recent seasons has been poor but tonight signifies the start of a stretch of three winnable games. As we try to consign our recent end of season's to long-term memory it is imperative that we start a run now on the back of the last three away games where we were undefeated.
It is the first home league game for 6 weeks and then we have 2 in a few days, then an international break.
The 4-5-1, 4-4-2 debate will no doubt continue over a few pints before the game. I really can't see Curbs changing this, particularly as we were so successful with it at White Hart Lane.
I'm hoping for another good performance from Konchesky and Murphy of course also has reason to shine and control the middle of the pitch. Perry and Young will both be pleased that they moved across the river and will hopefully do well. Young especially has had a great 3/4's of the season.
Let's make sure we get behind the boys tonight. I will be doing all I can from behind my desk listening to the game on the internet.
Come on you Reds.