Tottenham vs Real Madrid - Part II: The Match Thread

spursfan77

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#65
I normally take a pretty positive view on things, but it's a gut feeling I have on this one. I'm excited as hell, but I can't help but feel we're in for a slightly rough time.

I agree with everyone who says this is pretty much a free game, so we don't have to worry too much about things if we don't get a positive result. But you just know we're going to be panned if we don't have a good showing, particularly after our last two results!
I agree. I think they will be feeling a bit embarrassed by not beating us and also losing at the weekend.

I honestly thought we'd get a draw out of the first game but I can't help but think we might get a bit of a lesson tonight. I hope not obviously.
 

MichaelPawson

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#68
I'm a lot more nervous about this game than the away leg, maybe because my expectations are a little higher. Spurs can do this!
 

Archibald&Crooks

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#75
The Tottenham way. You know the script. Rush back our one man team for it to fall flat on or face!
If he plays, it’ll be because those who ought to know think he’s ready. This rushing back business is just in your head.

You wouldn’t be paving the way for a post match moan up would you? :cautious:
 
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