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Tottenham did not play well at West Ham by any stretch of the imagination but Sam Allardyce played into their hands by doing what Sam Allardyce naturally does: nothing.

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jackio (Arsenal) says...

psmly01 - What was your take on the game then? Rather than criticise wildly, try and refute her points.

Posted 10:29am 18th August 2014

psmly01 (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

I'm a Spurs fan, and I love F365, but this is a terrible article - and one from the editor?! Really very surprising and totally below par for this site. Factually incorrect and harbouring a clear agenda which makes it no better than the tabloids which you ridicule on a daily basis in media watch. Impartial, informed, or even Gonzo hyperbolically entertaining journalism this isn't...instead we have a weak, insipid and incredibly transparent point of view on events. Really? Self serving and utterly bunkum. I don't know who Sarah's boss is, but surely they can't be impressed with this hokum?

Posted 9:42pm 17th August 2014

oldsage (West Ham United) says...

So it appears that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned (Sarah Winterburn) Sam didn't miss from 12 yards Noble did and 1-0 up would have definitely changed the game. I'm sick of the same old rubbish dished up by fans and so called journalists- the very reason I gave up reading newspapers because of tripe like this served up every I read any articles. I'll stick to making my own opinions about the game I love and the team I've supported for over 40 years. I agree with Jose Dominguez this is a very poor article and the writer has done nothing but have a spank at a manager under pressure in the media but will not be sacked by a board who will stand by their decisions- does the name Avram Grant ring any bells?

Posted 10:28am 17th August 2014

josedominquez (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

I'm sorry but this is such a poor analysis of the match. Really half-hearted effort from a professional sports writer. This tells us next to nothing about the key points in the game, other than an excuse to put the boot into Fat Sam. I think it's difficult to suggest Capoue and Bentaleb were being out played during the opening period, and claiming Spurs played 4-1-3-1 is plain wrong. Eriksen clearly dropped deep to sit and support Bentaleb and the system was a pretty straight forward 4-4-1. Come on guys, pick up the standard of writing and analysis please

Posted 11:11pm 16th August 2014

ericfromny says...

Good to see Lamela picking up right where he left off.

Posted 9:42pm 16th August 2014

dhj (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Given that how badly we lost this fixture last year after going a man down i'll take a sneaky away win

Posted 6:15pm 16th August 2014

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