It's worth pointing out that the money is actually being raised by Spurs fans for Leyton Orient itself, not their charity. The charity element is that we can buy something and set the delivery address as their own stadium, and if you do that, it will be donated to Haven House or given to...
Not really. He does a thing right at the start of the run before he even starts moving, then he actually approaches the ball normally.
Momentum at the point of impact is the issue. It's just a lot harder to kick the ball hard if you stuttering right up to it.
Disclaimer: not making this a Levy thread, please.
Over the long term, it's mad how much this fixture has changed. We were on a par (at most) 8/10 years ago. Now if we don't win, even away from home, it's a terrible result. They haven't even been particularly poorly run either.
It's a bit of fun. Anyone who is wound up by it is as sad as any Liverpool fans who genuinely care about winning it. It's a bit of banter on both sides.
Friedel also beating Lloris now, great stuff :ROFLMAO:
I've said for years, ball boys should be part of your home advantage.
At its most basic, speed the game up when you need a goal, slow it down when you're winning. It winds me u when they sprint round to get a ball when we're holding on to a 1-0 lead.
But it can go further than that and last...
I've got a question / scenario. It's hypothetical, but based on yesterday's Trent Alexander Arnold handball incident and subsequent Liverpool goal 20 seconds later, which got me thinking.
We know that the threshold for handballs is lower where it leads to a goal as an attacker (i.e. if it hits...