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Friday, 30 January 2015

Hugo Lloris injured?

 The toast Ladies and Gentlemen is:
 'Arise Sir Christian Eriksen'
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The Greg Meyer Column.
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Is Hugo Lloris Injured? ... Other Musings.
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Snowshoes and skis out of the closet mean a happy band here have gathered for pre match drinks at our Kent Pub on a Friday evening. Log fires galore and hopes raising accordingly.
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 Something about the ratio of fine English ale consumed to ever increasing optimism leads to some fascinating speculation regards the Lilywhites. 
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Is Hugo Fit.
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Last featured against Sunderland on 17 January. Since his understudy Michel Vorm has played all three games. Hugo not even on the bench. He wasn't in France either as some of our pub travelled to France , in particular a lovely meal at Chez Mimi, along the coast near Bologne.
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No Hugo mind they certainly knew who he was. Viva La Lloris was the Chez Mimi call by owner of said establishment. Still wanted a tip though.
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After viewing the Vorm howler from Row 15 West Stand surely you play your best against Sheffield in the snow. But no despite the snow showing up , no sign of Hugo. Not even near the bench. 
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Brad Friedel had taken time out from meetings with his bankruptcy managers to travel to Bramall Lane.Can't blame him. Needs the money obviously. Even a cold bench in Sheffield helps.

Our Pub are not alone with these concerns over Hugo's health. Lots of radio callers post match in Shefield braved the blizzard to cling to a mobile phone and express like sentiments.
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Yes probably worried over nothing. Mauricio probably played Vorm on a promise. Hopefully that promise does not extend to the Cup Final.
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Were We Wrong About Harry.
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Sorry Harry. Maybe we were wrong about the seeming lack of pace. I mean Linnekar had no pace. Sheringham lacked speed, not necessarily of thought however.
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Harry, no Usian Bolt but ole the direct running at defenders in the Chelsea game, same after that and still it continues to build.
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Our pub fears have not completely abated despite the 18 goals thus far. Against Sheffield on wednesday seemed to snatch at some good chances.
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Still, and its a big still, how about that pass to Eriksen at minute 88. Sublime. The relief valves at our pub flooded open as did the real ale outlets.
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Harry Kane is not going to Madrid, at least not just yet. Given our lack of strikers the young lad is under a deal of pressure. If he comes through this season then our pub's mine host has promised a Harry Kane Night. Free beer. 
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Where else could you get an offer but ...
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At A Kent Pub.
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Some great Spur birthdays today. Dimitar Berbatov and Peter Crouch both are celebrating. Chalk and cheese perhaps but both part of the Spurs legend.
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Berbatov, still recognised as the finest first touch in the Premier, and Crouch among other highlights the Champs League win in Italy. Before that his goal at City to send us into the Champs League.
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Another tough alpine adventure against West Brom looms. Still with our French number one back, Chadli also plus that new found steel, surely a winner.
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Cheers... Christian Eriksen should be knighted ... Greg Meyer.    coys.
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Jimmy's Video Spot.
Note the eye catching dummy run by Lamela and not for the first time. A free kick worthy of winning a cup final but that's still to come. Turn down the volume on the commentary. Or better still put it on mute.
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