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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old September 7th, 2004, 21:10 Thread Starter
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Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City match thread

We are still looking for our first win of the season,
but I doubt it will come at White Hart Lane.

Defoe & Keane (also Kanoute) will be too good for Fleming & Charlton, and I don't think we will be able to keep a clean sheet.

But I am optimistic that we can get a goal or 2 up the other end
so I am hoping for a draw.

Maybe Doherty will do the honourable thing and score against his old club!
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Maybe Doherty will do the honourable thing and score against his old club!
Oh God help us if he does!! :frownani:

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Davies against Drury could be an interesting battle on sunday.

They are good mates from their Peterborough days.

What chance has Davies got of playing? I know he has been injured.
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Tottenham Hotspur 0-0 Norwich city

The lads battled hard today and did very well to keep a clean sheet.

Huckerby even had a few chances to win it in the second half.

But Defoe was unlucky not to score at least one, and he brought out the best in Greeno'

We are now 17th with this point, why can't the season end now?

Tottenham: Robinson, Pamarot, King, Naybet, Edman, Brown (Davies 65), Mendes, Redknapp, Atouba (Jackson 83), Defoe, Kanoute (Keane 72).

Subs Not Used: Keller, Gardner.

Booked: Mendes, Redknapp.

Norwich: Green, Fleming, Edworthy, Charlton, Drury, Bentley (Helveg 90), Holt, Safri (McVeigh 75), Francis, Doherty (McKenzie 83), Huckerby. Subs Not

Used: Svensson, Ward.

Booked: Charlton, Safri.

Att: 36,095.

Ref: H Webb (S Yorkshire).
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Norwich keeper Green hailed after Spurs stalemate - September 13, 2004

Norwich City earned a point with a battling display against Tottenham yesterday.

Norwich boss Nigel Worthington believes keeper Robert Green's showing at Spurs in front of Sven-Goran Eriksson will help his England hopes.

"I believe (England manager) Mr Eriksson was here and what a wonderful game to perform in," said Worthington.

"He has done himself the world of good. He showed his worth as a keeper as indeed did the team who worked really hard and got their just rewards.

"Since he got in the team three-and-a-half years ago he's been amazing."

Tottenham boss Jacques Santini also said: "We had six or seven good chances to score but their keeper made some international class saves. He was the man of the match."

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I watched the game, and TBH I dont think Norwich could have complained if had finished 5-0 to Tottenham. Huckerby should have scored when he went round the keeper, but a good challenge by King denied the oportunity.

MotM by a long way was Green, what an impressive performance that was, under Svens nose too. I'd have him in goal for England any day over DJ.

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