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František Straka and the Impossible Job

November 7, 2011 by

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Former Sparta Prague player and manager František Straka is doing his utmost to win over the Slavia Prague fans, his side has now won 3 games on the bounce – which was unheard of under former management. Czech champions Viktoria Plzen were their latest victims at Eden; the 2-1 victory could prove pivotal in winning […]

Spurs keep the North London flag flying

March 10, 2011 by

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This year’s North London representative in the Champions League quarter finals, are surprisingly Tottenham Hotspur. Harry Redknapp has masterminded victory’s over current holders Inter Milan in the group stages, then followed that up with a nervous 1-0 victory over AC Milan in the knockout stages. Whilst neighbours Arsenal won the plaudits two weeks back, after […]

Happy Harry?

September 15, 2010 by

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It was Tottenham Hotspurs first forray into the Champions League this week as they travelled to Germany to face Werder Bremen. The first 40 minutes went according to plan, racing into a 2 goal lead but Bremen fought back and clinched a 2-2 draw. I think Spurs fans would have taken a point before the game and given the […]