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Video: Harry Expects A Tough Fight

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, speaking at his press conference on Friday insisted his team were up for the challenge when they face Manchester City on Sunday and he and his players expect a tough fight.

Before the weekends fixtures Spurs sit comfortably in third, five points behind City, however the league table may look slightly different in 24 hours time. I wonder?









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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Saturday January 21 2012
Time: 8:15AM

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Just seen the poll next to this - cant believe (unless its only Spurs fans voting) that the leading choice is that City will not score...
niteworlok
21/01/2012 08:49:00
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I added the poll 15 minutes ago niteworlok.
Tudor
21/01/2012 08:52:00
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What's this? 'arry expects a tough fight? Here I was thinking we were just going to roll over for them. One day the press will realise their abiding love of Mr "Rentaquote" was entirely misplaced and they'll rip him to shreds. Unlike now, when they seem to refuse to even mention the fact that the impeccable Mr Redknapp will be in court less than 24 hours after the conclusion of this game. I've also noted that the press have maintained a mysterious silence over the news that their has been a 4th arrest this week in the Olympic Stadium spying investigation, and that Spurs' Commercial director (who they nicked directly from LOCOG) has this week resigned after less than a year in the job. Strange things are going on at Spurs, but our suppine media refuse to even mention it, preferring instead to print bilge like 'arry claiming that he'd have won the league by now if he'd had as much money as Mancini. Such a downright disrespectful statement is not worthy of repetition, but the sycophantic Laarndaarn media have lapped it up and stuck it all over the back pages. Go figure!
fifthcolumnblue
21/01/2012 12:09:00
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Fair enough Tudor but I didnt know that lol
niteworlok
22/01/2012 15:20:00
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