Another brick in my wall

Back to back disappointment. People sometimes ask me why my blog’s title – “i bleed hotspur – a wound that never heals” – is so dramatic. Now I can simply refer to the past two matches and not have to say a single word. I think they’re actually beginning to catch on to be honest. I have been in no shape or mood to write in recent days. I really need to learn to stop letting losses emotionally destroy me.

If I have to say something… anything… then I have 2 words: set pieces. We just don’t have the communication skills required to comfortably defend on set pieces. Gomes was caught off guard and Dawson was in the wrong place at the wrong time (from what I choose to remember). One little mistake that cost us dearly. Worst of all, it was at home to a newly promoted side. No disrespect to Wolves, they fought hard and it paid off.

The positives? Harry actually subbed people at the right time, although I’m not sure that it was Keane who should have been subbed. Defoe seemed off balance that day. We were on pace to score. It was one of those “it’s not a matter of how, but when” moments. But we didn’t which just added another brick to my Tottenham Hotspur wall.

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3 Responses to “Another brick in my wall”

  1. JimmyG2 Says:

    Shape up my friend.
    Gomes anticipated Doyle getting a firmer contact on the ball I think.
    Corluka was slow of thought and movement. We should have treated it as a corner and had a man on that post.
    Why don’t you put the wall in front of the goal.

  2. el wehbi Says:

    LOL Maybe I should! Let’s pray for better fortunes tomorrow JimmyG2!

  3. mohiblog Says:

    People sometimes ask me why my blog’s title – “i bleed hotspur – a wound that never heals” – is so dramatic. Now I can simply refer to the past two matches and not have to say a single word

    lol gibna

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