It was pretty amazing being right in the middle of that. On the one hand, half of the crowd was half-paying-attention to the match. On the other hand, I'm sure our players loved the constant roar for what must have been about 10 minutes.
Was in the shelf myself! Amazing, I started losing my voice.
I chimed in a bit myself, but I had to sing the next day, so I couldn't just belt it out regardless :-(
It was the usual good-humoured "we're Park Lane, we're Park Lane, we're Park Lane Tottenham", then "we're Shelf side, we're Shelf side, we're Shelf side Tottenham" back-and-forth, it's just that it was nearly everyone doing it and it felt like it went on for ages.
Reading Sigurdsons comments in the paper today he really seems to want to prove a point and is really up for it. To many times ex players come back and score against us.I worry about this game more than I do against the top sides I just hope it's not another Newcastle game. We should win it but then when Newcastle beat us they were on a long losing run and were there for the taking and we didn't take it and Swansea are a better side and at the beggining of the season were playing well so it's not going to be easy.
I don't think there will be many goals if any 1- 0 or 0-0.
A little concerned with our possession, transitional play, showing for the ball and quick forward passes in the middle of the park with Dier/Alli- shame Mason isn't ready for another match in quick succession. But an attacking line up, let's do this. Coys.
Buzzing over this line-up. I've been calling out for months that Poch go back to Son/Eriksen/Lamela in the three up front. We smashed City starting those three together, and I don't think they've started a league game all at once ever since. Our pressing will be excellent today, that I'm sure of.