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Match Threads Spurs vs Chelsea - Day 11

Date
Nov 6, 2023
KO Time
8:00 pm

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 141 68.1%
  • Chelsea Win

    Votes: 28 13.5%
  • Draw

    Votes: 38 18.4%

  • Total voters
    207

yiddopaul

Well-Known Member
Dec 28, 2005
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6,814
Can anyone tell me what channel the game's on? My dad's in hospital recovering from a heart attack, and he said they have a TV with Sky. Thanks!
 

hughy

I'm SUPER cereal.
Nov 18, 2007
32,153
57,999
I, on the other hand, gotta feeling that tonight’s when Chelsea show everyone they haven’t become a terrible team overnight, and we show everyone that the dream start has to end somewhere 😬
They've been terrible for about 18 months, this isn't an overnight thing.

If we're being honest we really should be beating them tonight.
 

Dr Know

SC Supporter
Aug 21, 2008
11,709
9,535
Can anyone tell me what channel the game's on? My dad's in hospital recovering from a heart attack, and he said they have a TV with Sky. Thanks!
Best wishes to dad mate but do you really want him watching the game while recovering from a heart attack?

It’s on Sky
Main event and PL
 

Toast

Well-Known Member
Aug 20, 2014
652
1,987
Can anyone tell me what channel the game's on? My dad's in hospital recovering from a heart attack, and he said they have a TV with Sky. Thanks!
Sky Sports main event or premier league I think
 

Oscar22

Well-Known Member
Apr 9, 2004
17,011
15,966
Can anyone tell me what channel the game's on? My dad's in hospital recovering from a heart attack, and he said they have a TV with Sky. Thanks!

It’ll be sky sports PL/Sky sports Main event mate.

I think tonight shows our fan base need to just enjoy the ride more.

If we play teams like Chelsea/Liverpool or United, there’s are fans in here saying that we have to win to show we’ve really pushed on….

However if we play the teams near the bottom we have people in here telling us that “these are the teams you have to routinely beat to show you’ve pushed on”…

So essentially we pressure ourselves into thinking we have to win every single game, now it’s great for the players to have that mentality and to go out and try and do it. However what is silly, and what does the damage is not getting a result tonight will see some people to have the mindset of “see, told you…” can’t win either way with that mentality.

Personally I can see us winning, I can see us drawing, but I’m struggling to see us losing… famous last words of course.

COYS. 💪
 

neogenisis

*Gensy*
Jun 27, 2006
5,979
13,599
I, on the other hand, gotta feeling that tonight’s when Chelsea show everyone they haven’t become a terrible team overnight, and we show everyone that the dream start has to end somewhere 😬
If that's the case then that's the way it is. No one should be losing sight of the fact we are only 11 games into this new era and are nowhere near the finished article. Would love a win and I think we will do it, but there is no way I'm throwing any toys out of my pram if we lose, in fact I haven't even brought new ones after Conte left.
 

tommo84

Proud to be loud
Aug 15, 2005
6,444
11,925
I’m nervous about who starts at LB. But Chelsea have been so poor in front of goal and if Bissouma, Maddison and Son all perform we should create chances for ourselves and we have been much more clinical so far this season.

Need the crowd to play a part though.
 

neogenisis

*Gensy*
Jun 27, 2006
5,979
13,599
I agree - and this is why I think its important to change the mentality to one where we believe we can win every match at home.

We might lose. But, we shouldn't be afraid to believe that we should be winning.
We beat Arsenal at our place and the crowd was amazing, Arsenal wilted due to the cauldron of noise. We need that again.
 

Nayim60yards

Well-Known Member
Jul 25, 2005
1,449
6,123
I, on the other hand, gotta feeling that tonight’s when Chelsea show everyone they haven’t become a terrible team overnight, and we show everyone that the dream start has to end somewhere 😬
Not nearly as catchy. You're no hitmaker SS.
 

thehipster

Well-Known Member
Aug 31, 2012
520
2,086
Yes, we need the crowd to play a part.

But it needs to be a confident, unwavering, highly optimistic part.
Not the Spurs fans of old...all twitchy, nervous, thinking the worse if we go a goal down or only leading 1-0 with 10 minutes to go.

Have faith and confidence in this whole new setup.
Have unwavering faith in Ange Postecoglou.
And project that faith and confidence on to the pitch and the players...at ALL times.

We got this.
We are not the Spurs of old...so lets not be the fans of old either.
A good home win coming up.

 

spurs mental

Well-Known Member
Mar 10, 2007
25,760
51,273
The campaign to "boo" Pochettino led by the usual online suspects has become so cringe it beggars belief. Yeah fine it was funny as a bit of Panto but the obsessiveness of the likes of BillieT and what not is embarrassing. He wasn't ur Dad, lads. He hasn't betrayed you. He was just a football manager who had a great spell while at Spurs.

Move. The. Fuck. On.


Christ...
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But I agree. Don't want the fans getting caught up in that when we need to be behind the team 100% and focus on cheering them rather than anything to do with dad Poch
 

KirstyG

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Jul 16, 2015
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5,000
It's the time of year when my husband and I avoid each other. I'm nervous about this game because it feels like people are expecting us to have a better chance than normal!
 

Rout-Ledge

Well-Known Member
Jul 29, 2005
9,766
22,239
The campaign to "boo" Pochettino led by the usual online suspects has become so cringe it beggars belief. Yeah fine it was funny as a bit of Panto but the obsessiveness of the likes of BillieT and what not is embarrassing. He wasn't ur Dad, lads. He hasn't betrayed you. He was just a football manager who had a great spell while at Spurs.

Move. The. Fuck. On.


Christ...
It doesn’t exactly scream ‘well adjusted grown adult’ does it…
 

Oscar22

Well-Known Member
Apr 9, 2004
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15,966
It's the time of year when my husband and I avoid each other. I'm nervous about this game because it feels like people are expecting us to have a better chance than normal!

Though if you consider it, Ange, the way we’re playing, we’ve been top of the league, confidence is up… doesn’t make it a given but perhaps we do have a better chance than normal.. ☺️
 

the stick man

Well-Known Member
Jul 25, 2008
57
302
Let’s just remember where we are in our process. That despicable club have thrown another billion pounds at players. We are trying to create a team with spirit and bond that is willing to play football in the manner our great club made its reputation on.

Whatever happens, it’s nice to be proud of spurs again.

now go and batter those chavvy bell ends please boys.

COYFS
 

KirstyG

Well-Known Member
Jul 16, 2015
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Though if you consider it, Ange, the way we’re playing, we’ve been top of the league, confidence is up… doesn’t make it a given but perhaps we do have a better chance than normal.. ☺️
That's EXACTLY what i'm scared of!
 

Impspur1

Well-Known Member
May 8, 2014
2,564
6,285
Always feels like no natter how well we’re playing and how badly they are they beat us, so it would be a real statement win. to beat them, regardless of their form would be the one that would make any doubters really sit up and take notice.
 

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