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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by DeadlyDemon, Aug 24, 2009.
Do that SL!!!!
Couple of good videos from opposite our fans and you watch the away end explode (two videos, one of each goal).
Seen them too. The video of the winner is just incredible. Could watch it over and over again!
Definitely. You can't beat moments like that.
There weren't many highlights last season but being part of that crowd at Cardiff when we grabbed a last minute winner was one of them.
I have always said, I believe the reason last season was viewed so negatively, was because we had very few genuine moments of ecstasy. We actually did well in terms of points, but almost without fail, people were negative about the season.
We didn't beat any of our rivals and we barely had any last minute goals to celebrate (Only Cardiff?). It's those 2 things you remember. I will remember yesterday much more and much more fondly than had we just beaten Everton 3-0 at Goodison, for example.
This year we've already had Dier, Chadli and Kane goals to go f*cking mental over and that will hopefully get some positivity going. I've been lucky enough to experience 2 of those - absolutely devastated I missed West Ham though
As you said the points or position wasn't terrible, it was just lacking of any real excitement.
We were battered in all of the big games, including West Ham on more than one occasion.
My highlights were limited last season, Benfica was a personal highlight being my first European away day. Nearly bloody did it over there aswell. If we'd had a penalty at 2-1 I think we'd have gone through.
Easily the most fun I've had in a half time!!
Everywhere we gooooooooo
Cheating slightly. here's some pics from my trip to the Bernabeu. real vs Granada.
I took a video of Ronaldo lining up a free-kick and he smashed it straight into the wall. probably one of his poorer displays this season I guess.
think they scored from this corner as well
the Bernabeu looks huge.
it certainly isn't small. I think nou camp is bigger though.
I was in the 2nd highest tier and even that gave me vertigo-lol
I wouldn't of liked that.
Does look huge. Much smaller than the Nou Camp in capacity though.
what is noticeable is the amount of foreign people at barca & real. half of them are probably just on daytrips to Spain. wouldn't shock me if as many as 15-20% of the ground on match days is foreign. I heard plenty of English and American voices around me or out in the concourse. the guy sitting next to me was French and another family- well I don't know what language they were muttering but it wasn't Spanish. probably eastern European. makes me think that old Trafford is likely to be the same.
at athletico it seemed like everyone around was Spanish pretty much.
Are the two Madrid sides alot like the two Manchester sides then? As in all the true Mancs claim do support City, to all the true Madridians ( no idea ) support Athletico?
IN Madrid I don't know honestly. Wouldn't be surprised if athletico fans played up that rhetoric though. i'm sure real do have a lot of fans in the city but (like man Utd in England) they probably have sh*tloads across the whole of spain and the world.
I didn't even know until I got back that Rayo Vallecano played in Madrid as well. Getafe are within what's termed the metropolitan area but about 5/6 miles outside city limits. probably sorta how Watford r loosely termed a london club.
I can't remember the last time I heard Watford classed as a "london" team. Although I remember there being a weekly football league show for the London area, which would include Watford and Reading.