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Jol`s Lament

Jol`s Lament

Going two goals behind, Martin Jol would have accepted that it was always going to be hard to get something out of the match, against his old team.

But, on another day we`d not only have gotten something out f the match but we might well have won it.

Instead Jol was left to rue over what might have been and lament the fact that, once again, our search for a goal led to our own downfall, commenting,

"I felt after the first half, of course, that a good result would be a draw. And I feel we deserved at least a point."

"We didn`t play them off the park but we played well and put them under pressure."

"This isn`t the first time we have suffered late on. We missed two sitters in the 89th and 90th minutes against Everton - and then they scored."

"Tottenham scored three times from eight attempts. We had 23 attempts."


And another word on the lack of that handball decision not resulting in a penalty,

"We felt hard done by with the penalty situation."

You win some, you lose some, some might say!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday November 7 2011
Time: 4:35PM

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come on ...its 1 for 1....and you shoulda been down to 10 men....
rovinella62spurs
07/11/2011 20:59:00
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Martin Jol, I love ya mate, wish you well for the rest of the season,,,,,,,just not against us though eh! ;-)
Born&BredSpur
07/11/2011 23:55:00
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I can hear him in the dressing room now "....we didn't put away our CHAAAAWNCES"
lordjohnny
08/11/2011 16:43:00
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