Spurs home. What was the score? 2-0
Ooh, I bet Danny boy enjoyed that. Booed at every opportunity by the delusionals, he stepped up to blast the nail in the coffin from 25-yards to send The Valley into raptures. My moby's been a bit hot this afternoon at work as croaky friends call me to relay the story I heard unfold on the radio.
It was a fantastic start and it sounded a wonderful strike by ex Gooner Jerome Thomas. We then weathered, maybe fortunately according to Steve Brown, a storm as Tottenham looked to get back in the game with ex Addick target Andy Reid causing us problems.
The half seemed to end in a catalogue of fouls with Thomas being on the end of quite a few of them.
I was then called into a meeting during half-time, so I missed the first 20 minutes of the 2nd half - do they not realise what's important? I ask you?
But when I got back to the radio, we seemed quite comfortable, and appeared to be holding the ball up sensibly. Then came a spate of injuries and I hope Rommedahl, Bartlett & Thomas were taken off as precautions and not necessities.
Worrylingly for a while Steve Brown didn't seem to know who was playing where following the introduction of JJ, Euell and Feesh. Bartlett had already headed off the line (again) and I was hoping we weren't going to sit back and defend, especially with Judas Defoe on the pitch.
No need to worry because Murphy showed The Jimmy Seed stand what they could have had if he wanted to join a mid table side. I would have loved to seen his celebration, although I didn't do too bad myself. If anyone saw me, I don't care, they wouldn't understand.
There will be Addicks everywhere having sweet dreams tonight.
Reports from those that were there: All Quiet
; Addicks Diary
; The Times
; An Addick For Life