Saturday, November 24, 2007

Ramos' toughest match yet

So we can forget about the trials and tribulations of the national side and once again focus on what really matters, the Premier League. Ramos' Spurs reign to date means he's remained unbeaten in his first four matches, but let's face it, those games were hardly against quality opposition. I'm not complaining with wins against Wigan, Hapoel Tel-Aviv and Blackpool (and a draw against Middlesbrough), but now his work really starts.

West Ham away is never easy and after last season's epic, I can't help but feel they will be gunning for revenge. Unfortunately I can't make tomorrow's match, so will need to make do with the TV. And if our troubles away from WHL continue, then that may a good thing.

West Ham have been pretty inconsistent this season, so who knows what sort of performance we can predict from them. The one thing we do know is that this is a London derby, and it will be hard fought and perhaps not overly pretty. Personally, I'd be happy with a point, but I can't help but worry that they may well get the revenge they're looking for and deny us even that.

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