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Phil McNulty
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Phil McNulty 3h
Replying to @bewnam4039
Well Spurs are now reaching the Champions League regularly, have been in the title race for the two previous seasons, last two FA Cup semi-finals...think it's laughable to even compare Everton with them to be honest, especially in their current mess.
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Phil McNulty 3h
Sounds very nip and tuck this one
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Phil McNulty 3h
Spurs will always be open to accusations of "chokers" until they can get themselves over the line when it matters - but they remain in safe hands with Mauricio Pochettino despite 8th successive FA Cup semi-final loss.
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Phil McNulty 4h
Replying to @karljb
Do think they lack that bit of streetwisdom Karl. So many other qualities.
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Phil McNulty 4h
Huge admirer of Spurs & Pochettino - but also right for people to question that admiration when they keep coming up short as they did again today. Lack of a trophy become an Achilles heel & ammunition for critics.
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Phil McNulty 7h
Manchester United win 2-1. Mourinho embraces Pochettino then pumps his fist. On course for another trophy but more pain for Spurs as they're empty-handed again.
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Phil McNulty 7h
Alexis Sanchez departs and Fellaini on....pretty much done now.
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Phil McNulty 7h
Son off and Lamela on. 85 minutes.
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Phil McNulty 7h
Lingard off for Manchester United and Marcus Rashford on. Fair to say Spurs fans would like him to be getting off a little quicker. 82 minutes.
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Phil McNulty 7h
United change. Valencia off and Darmian on. 79 minutes.
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Phil McNulty 7h
Another change for Spurs. Dembele off and Wanyama on. 77 minutes.
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Phil McNulty 8h
Ben Davies off and Lucas Moura on for Spurs. 68 minutes.
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Phil McNulty 8h
Spurs keeper Vorm just looked in a very strange position for that goal - now what have Mauricio Pochettino's side got?
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Phil McNulty 8h
Manchester United 2-1 up. Ander Herrera's low shot beats Vorm.
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Phil McNulty 8h
Replying to @cjparkend
Did he really? Over-rated as far as I'm concerned and still not sure what he does now. I'm slightly busy at the moment as you might guess. You seem a bit obsessed to link criticism of Duncan Ferguson to remark about the Wembley announcer. I have other things to do. All the best.
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Phil McNulty 8h
Replying to @cjparkend
Duncan Ferguson...and most things to be fair.
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Phil McNulty 8h
Replying to @cjparkend
Rather strange to link the two but luckily I'm not actually bothered. And I was right,
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Phil McNulty 8h
And now Dier's deflected shot hits the post with De Gea motionless. 1-1 at HT.
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Phil McNulty 8h
Curling long-range effort from Pogba turned away by Vorm.
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Phil McNulty 9h
Replying to @Ian_Ladyman_DM
Where are your critics now?
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