Harry Kane

bear66

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#21
Listening to Souness saying the keeper would have got it if he'd gone with his left hand. Is this analysing the joy out of the game after watching such a great goal.
 

Cardiffdaffs

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#25
The timeline on twitter with some Spurs fans was quite amusing . After 29 minutes one was declaring that they were going to win the League and see 8 past West Ham. At full time the same fella posted this. Football has a great ability to humble the arrogant.

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#26
Listening to Souness saying the keeper would have got it if he'd gone with his left hand. Is this analysing the joy out of the game after watching such a great goal.
You do have a point b66, but I also think Souness does. Keeper could have got a much firmer left hand on it.
 
#27
Have to give WHU team play a lot of praise for the way the came out in the second half-- they really put up a fight -- 3-0 down at the break it should have been done and dusted.
 

Soutra

Active member
#28
I put £10 on at 9/2 for him to get a brace. Then binned the bet..... Not my finest hour😂

He's some player though. I think Spurs have a decent side and go push for the title.
Spurs won't be pushing for any title. They'll be one of the teams pushing for a European place but that's all.
 

bear66

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#32
You do have a point b66, but I also think Souness does. Keeper could have got a much firmer left hand on it.
Watching on slow motion he dived, put his left hand out, dropped by gravity, and his right hand was his only possibility of getting to it.
 

Liamo

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#33
Listening to Souness saying the keeper would have got it if he'd gone with his left hand. Is this analysing the joy out of the game after watching such a great goal.
Also, he's wrong. Lloris's right hand was uppermost and he still only just managed to get fingertips to the ball. If he'd gone with his left hand he wouldn't have even been able to reach it. It's a simple matter of bio-mechanics.

If you're standing upright and something is to your right, do you have a better chance of reaching it with your right hand or your left? Even when propelling your body sideways through the air, the same principle applies.
 
#34
Got to be luckiest gambling moment ever,was waiting on Spurs for 87 notes,with 90 seconds left had a fiver on the draw at 16s,then logged into the account (paddy power)that I had the original bet on and found out it had been settled as a winner!
Double bouns
 
#36
Also, he's wrong. Lloris's right hand was uppermost and he still only just managed to get fingertips to the ball. If he'd gone with his left hand he wouldn't have even been able to reach it. It's a simple matter of bio-mechanics.

If you're standing upright and something is to your right, do you have a better chance of reaching it with your right hand or your left? Even when propelling your body sideways through the air, the same principle applies.
Graeme Souness, a great, no a fantastic midfielder but a goalkeeping coach....nah.
 

Marvanelli

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#37
Just go on twitter and have a look at what Ben Foster has said about Souness regarding the goalkeeping comments.

Says everything.

As for the game yesterday. Kane was incredible in that first half. He definitely needs to leave Spurs sooner than later because they never win anything.

But what Moyes is doing at West Ham is fantastic. He's made some huge calls...sending out Anderson on loan, dropping Noble....and it's working.

Their run of fixtures since the defeat at home to Newcastle, on paper, looked as hard as they can get.....They went to Arsenal and deserved something. They then destroyed Wolves and gave Nuno his heaviest defeat as Wolves manager. Next they went to Leicester and ripped them to shreds and then yesterday's result will feel like a win and you can't deny they deserved at least a point yesterday.
 
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