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Ince opts for caution over adventure as Santa Cruz hits Spurs barricade

first_imgoldest Football tactics Report Share Share MarcelaProust Report mroli Share Report 24 Nov 2008 23:10 Shares00 Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share on WhatsApp David Pleat | Pick Reply 25 Share on LinkedIn Marcela: While you are technically correct, and as lucky as the first one was, the second was against a Liverpool second string which had never played a competative match together beforeCela, would you like to comment on the Spurs team for that game, or would you rather we passed over it in silence, hoping that nobody will remember the same applied to us? Very dishonest! And if you are saying Benitez only considers Fernando Torres a 2nd string player, I don’t think you have much hope of winning that elusive 19th under him. Reply 24 Nov 2008 21:06 24 Nov 2008 20:53 Share on Facebook | Pick 0 1 Reuse this content,View all comments > | Pick Ronwol We have beaten Liverpool twice recentlyNobody could say that you’re not a glass-half-full kinda guy, Ronwol.While you are technically correct, and as lucky as the first one was, the second was against a Liverpool second string which had never played a competative match together before, and which also featured least we forget, one Andrea Dossena, who was largely responsible for at least three of the Tottenham goals. The wins against Blackburn, and particularly City, away, will have been a more reliable source of confidence, but, I don’t think that the same applies to the defeat to Fulham. Report MarcelaProust comments (37)Sign in or create your Guardian account to join the discussion. Share | Pick Share on Facebook Reply 50 Ince opts for caution over adventure as Santa Cruz hits Spurs barricade collapsed Facebook Facebook Share on Twitter Twitter Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook 0 1 Report Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Facebook 0 1 Facebook 0 1 0 1 Sportblog Share on Facebook 2 Facebook Share Reply Share Share on Facebook Facebook DeynaSpurs team vs Liverpool 12th NovGomes; Hutton, Dawson, Corluka, Bale; Lennon, Zokora, Huddlestone, O’Hara; Pavlyuchenko, Campbell.Which players from those listed in the starting eleven above would you describe as belonging strictly to Tottenham’s second string?I can’t imagine that Harry Redknapp would risk forfeiting Spurs best chance of playing in Europe next season by playing too many reserves. Twitter Report 0 1 Share on Twitter Vernier – I don’t think anyone is arguing the red card!! The tackle before the red which he got away with I thought was a straight red on its own!The Jenas andrews thing was 6 of one etc…..Hope all the little clubs stay up for the sanity of football!West Ham will be in massive probs as I imagine will be forced to flog players in Jan due to owners bankruptcy. Report Twitter 0 1 eyesonthecrowd Interesting to note that 75% of Tottenham’s league victories this season have occurred after the opponents have been reduced to ten (or less) men.Yes indeed, it shows that teams are finding it impossible to deal with Spurs, or else they wouldn’t have a man sent off. I’m sure they don’t deliberately get these red cards for a laugh. Twitter Share via Email Share on Twitter BobDylan Reply Reply Facebook Report 24 Nov 2008 23:16 Brazilbranch – at one point he tried to pull down Jenas’ shorts. make of that what you will. Report Twitter 24 Nov 2008 22:45 Reply Share on Twitter | Pick | Pick Twitter Bit over the top, Ronwol, though it’s nice to see you positive. I though Bentley had a shocker, and Bent was anonymous. Lennon was the star as everyone has said, playing mostly on the right, of course, where he is so much more comfortable and dangerous. Pavlyuchenko had a good game, and it was a surprise to see Campbell replace him rather than Bent.As David says, Blackburn lacked ambition, just trying to keep it at 1-0 in the second half and hoping for a lucky break to get them an equaliser. Could easily have happened, of course, since Spurs always look just one step away from conceding a silly goal, but they gave Gomes a free ride after the goal, having started quite brightly. A win is a win of course, but I think Spurs will be disappointed to have only scored one goal from all their posession and pressure. Share on Twitter 0 1 24 Nov 2008 22:45 Blackburn Rovers Twitter Share on Facebook Reply Facebook DenyaI seem to be more aware of which players are Tottenham’s first team regulars than you are though, so I would therefore imagine that my opinion was far more valid than your own. So I think it best if I continue to voice it.PS – Talking of usernames, did you take yours from that ex-Man City player with very crooked teeth? Twitter Jenas and Bent are considered first teamers at Spurs?Gosh … I wasn’t aware how bad the situation was.King can only play one game each week at best due to his injury, so he isn’t strictly an automatic first team selection, is he?Stiil, that was around five times the number of first team players that were in our side. Ronwol – for a team supposedly full of confidence – they should have murdered us. Spurs had more chances against 11 men!If that was brilliant flowing football then you are coming down with us! I guess thats how bad things have been at Spurs if 10 side ways passes in a row around a team defending with 2 banks of 4 = brilliant flowing footballer! Maybe you could sign Wilkins and Barnes am sure they could do no worse.Fortunately there are at least 4 worse teams – but you really want to set your sights a little higher than a scrappy 1-0 v ten men!!!In 6 months that spurs team could be a good unit – still lacking a midfielder to be a bit more penetrative – but assume that would be Modric when he’s fit?Disappointed we didn’t have a go at your fullbacks as I reckon they are your weak point – not many are going to get much change out of Woodgate – would have liked Ince to chuck on Roberts to give him a different prob as Santa Cruz lost out all day. Reply yesplease1975 Andrews looked way off the pace in his first few games and looked like a lower league clogger with a nice line in two footed tackles – however yesterday he looked a premier league player albeit a squad player in a bottom of the table team whose manager doesn’t know his best line up.He would definitely be fantastic a championship level and seems to be growing in the prem and playing and scoring for the Republic is obviously doing wonders for his confidence.Totally agree with Pleat. We were really hoping Ince would keep 2 attackers on or at least stick someone on for the last 10 minutes but he looked pretty tactically clueless am afraid.Think Tottenham are getting a bit too much credit – two teams woefully short of confidence and quality and the side making the least errors won. Fortunately for spurs Samba and Olsson made plenty! Reply Sun 23 Nov 2008 19.01 EST Share on Facebook Facebook 2 Share on Twitter recommendations Twitter Deyna PS As we all know the game is about the full squad, not just the 1st XI these days. So taking fatigue, injuries & Rafa’s tendency to meddle in account, I think its highly unlikely that you’ll be challenging come the end of the season, if you’re using players that can’t beat our 2nd string. About as unlikely as Spurs getting relegated. Good luck though. | Pick Share Reply Twitter Share on Facebook yesplease1975 Share on Twitter Twitter Cela, thank you for admitting you’ve no idea about the match. Next time I advise you to keep your mouth shut about things you know nothing about.Yes, Liverpool are a bigger club than Spurs & have won a lot more. Well done, you have the attitude of a playground thug punching those much smaller than himself. Share on Twitter | Pick 24 Nov 2008 17:07 Reply Share I must admit I don’t feel as though I get a lot from these David Pleat articles. Ince didn’t mix things around enough? Well, in the second half he nullified the threat of Lennon (pretty much) by bringin on Simpson – Blackburn just aren’t good enough. I though Andrews acquitted himself well – at Wolves he was king of the 5 yard slightly backwards pass – I thought he was combatitive with a good engine. It was other players that let the side down – what on earth has happened to Pederson? Mind you, Bentley was pretty awful too. These are two bad sides (the game between Newcastle and Blackburn a month or so ago was the worst game of football I have seen in a long time), maybe Spurs have a lot more potential, but they will be hot and cold I reckon. Deyna, stop being a cock, Marcela stop winding Deyna up – basically in sh*t cup, a first team squad Spurs beat a second string Liverpool (with aspirations to the first team) in a game that Spurs needed more than Liverpool who were very poor. Done. 25 Nov 2008 0:30 Sportblog blogposts Share on Facebook Twitter | Pick Share Facebook Reply 0 1 Order by oldest Facebook Share Paul Ince Facebook | Pick DeynaI have no idea whether it was a Spurs second team or not. I saw the Liverpool starting XI and decided that it wasn’t worth the trip to the pub to watch the non-event that it would be. So I’m in no possition to pass a relevent comment about the relative merits of the Spurs team, who, in turn, haven’t warranted much attention from a casual impartial observer such as myself since Ossie and Ricky signed for them.Torres would obviously walk into any first team in the world, naturally, but not when he is as clearly unfit as he apparently was in the recent Worthless Cup tie.I hope that Spurs won’t need the points in their last game of the season at Anfield to avoid relegation, because we might need too them to win our 19 title (making it almost 10 times the number of titles ever won by Spurs). Email (optional) 24 Nov 2008 20:19 Share on Facebook Deyna 24 Nov 2008 19:51 Share Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Facebook 1 route22 yesplease1975 Report Share newest Twitter Report How is Keith Andrews doing, anybody know? Too big a step up for him to try controlling a top level midfield? Share on Twitter 24 Nov 2008 10:19 Share on Facebook Reply I wasn’t aware that the use of inverted commas constituted thuggish behaviour Twitter | Pick Report 24 Nov 2008 23:22 Share 0 1 Share on Twitter | Pick Share Share on Facebook MarcelaProust I would have kept it simple:”Alright lads; Fire the ball at Gnomehead at every opportunity and bank on him turning it into his net.” Facebook 24 Nov 2008 22:53 0 1 Deyna Ronwol Report Report Facebook 24 Nov 2008 20:38 Report Facebook | Pick MarcelaProust 0 1 Share on Facebook Facebook 24 Nov 2008 22:35 eyesonthecrowd Deyna Report 0 1 | Pick Share Facebook Twitter | Pick | Pick Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Close report comment form Share on Facebook Topics Twitter Report Report Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Please select Personal abuse Off topic Legal issue Trolling Hate speech Offensive/Threatening language Copyright Spam Other Twitter Share on Twitter 24 Nov 2008 13:31 0 1 MarcelaProust unthreaded 0 1 0 1 Report Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Twitter Marcela: I wasn’t aware that the use of inverted commas constituted thuggish behaviourIt’s not, more pseudish. like you name & much else you post. I wasn’t aware& so on.Exactly. You aren’t aware. Best not to offer an opinion then, eh? Reply Football tactics vernier Facebook 0 1 All Woodgate, King, Bentley, Jenas, Modric and Bent were missing from our first team.Nothing thuggish about my advising you to keep your mout shut when you clearly know not what you say. (And no need to put it in inverted commas ‘either’). Blackburn should have adopted a more direct and simpler game when they were reduced to 10 men Share | Pick Report Twitter DenyaActually Liverpool are about the same size as Spurs, or at least they generally always have been, historically … just far more successful, for some reason.Don’t ‘playground thugs’ tend to be the ones ‘advising’ others to ‘keep your mouth shut’ rather than the ones who commend others on their positive attitude? … which is where I entered this debate until you decided to take me to task. 24 Nov 2008 22:58 Share on Facebook Facebook | Pick Facebook Share on Facebook 25 Nov 2008 0:13 Facebook Reply | Pick | Pick Share on Twitter Share via Email | Pick 0 1 Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook Facebook Reply | Pick 24 Nov 2008 17:14 Report Report Reply 24 Nov 2008 14:09 BrazilBranch Reply 0 1 Share Facebook 0 1 Share on Messenger 24 Nov 2008 22:27 Share Share on Facebook 0 1 Share on Facebook Yes please comment about confidence should have been kept for his own team.We have beaten Liverpool twice recently,drew Chelsea and Arsenal and won in Europe.Tottenham played brilliant flowing footie in this one and Blackburn looked ragged.Except for Gomes who has lost the plot (he may never have had it) and Jenas who ran stupidly into trouble a few times all the Tottenham players played great.Pav looked sharp and Lennon was on fire.Ive never seen him play this well,ever.No dont put us on the same level as Blackburn. Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Bentley was disappointing – although his set piece delivery was fantastic – especially the first one which Pav got the touch onto the post.I don’t think he works as well on the left as the right – but then lennon was very ineffective on the few times he went down the other side.Lennon was excellent first half – but Simpson cancelled him out in the second half. Share on Twitter Comments 37 Share Sign in or create your Guardian account to recommend a comment Report Facebook Twitter Twitter First published on Sun 23 Nov 2008 19.01 EST | Pick Reply expanded Twitter 24 Nov 2008 23:12 24 Nov 2008 21:27 100 Reply Teams down to 10 men?Olsson richly deserved his red.He played at 2nd Div level and was yards away from the ballwhen bringing down Lennon – again.Keith Andrew kicked Jenas’ leg… pulled his shirt….trapped a Jenas leg between his while he, Andrew wascomfortably seated…all in front of the ref.VERY lucky not to get a red.Problem is, megabucks clubs buy world class players for 30 mill.Pauper clubs left with scraps, also-rans, never-wozzers.So, some pauper clubs resort to the Al Capone stuff.Sam (Machine Gun Kelly) Allardyce’s Bolton even thrived on itfor a time.If we get lucky they, and Stoke will be two for the drop. Show 25 Share on Twitter 0 1 Report Share on Twitter Premier League Share 1 Threads collapsed Reply Deyna Interesting to note that 75% of Tottenham’s league victories this season have occurred after the opponents have been reduced to ten (or less) men. Reply Report Deyna 0 1 24 Nov 2008 11:34 Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Twitter | Pick Share MarcelaProust 25 Nov 2008 0:38 0 1 Reply Reply franciscat Share on Twitter Share Loading comments… Trouble loading? Share Share Blackburn Rovers may consider a narrow defeat with 10 men to Tottenham Hotspur as an indication of brave resilience, particularly given the Londoners’ current optimistic revival, but a more adventurous approach in the second half at White Hart Lane might have made the home side twitchy. The counter-attacking pace of Aaron Lennon, Darren Bent and, later, Fraizer Campbell possibly made Paul Ince hold his cards close, but a defeat is a defeat whatever the score. This may have been an opportunity to be bolder.The morning’s soaking had led to a game of quick passing, with both teams attempting to use the width of the field in the early stages and Lennon catching the eye. So often erratic, he was full of industry, verve and, on this occasion, accuracy. With his charges unsettling Rovers, Tottenham held sway with Vedran Corluka pushing up close behind Morten Gamst Pedersen to ensure Blackburn struggled to penetrate down the left. The Croatian never let the Norwegian turn and attack the space behind and, as a result, the winger was forced inside and narrow.That actually gave Spurs more opportunities to find Lennon and, steadily, the hosts wrested midfield control as Aaron Mokoena and Keith Andrews struggled to keep up. Martin Olsson’s dithering had led to Tottenham’s goal, with the full-back dismissed as he crazily fouled the livewire Lennon six minutes before the interval. The sending off left Rovers chasing the game and Ince needed to re-group. He had two options: to retain an attacking threat with a two-man strike force in an attempt to unnerve Spurs’ back-line or to keep the game tight and hope Roque Santa Cruz could pluck an unlikely equaliser as a lone front man.He may have taken the wrong one. With Benni McCarthy sacrificed and Danny Simpson thrown on to help quell Lennon, Blackburn appeared more solid but less likely to draw level. The visitors worked feverishly, but they sat deep and allowed Tottenham far too much space in front of their massed ranks. The hosts enjoyed this privilege and were a calmer and more relaxed group, revelling in their monopoly of the ball.Blackburn had needed to be braver. When reduced to 10 men and chasing a deficit, you need to adopt a more direct and simpler game. There has to be a commitment to by-pass midfield, inevitably, but with Santa Cruz left alone up front, Ledley King and Jonathan Woodgate accepted the balls pumped up from the back like meat and drink. The Paraguayan needed a partner to support him (see potential position of another striker in the diagram, left). As it was, his nearest team-mates were out wide where Pedersen and Brett Emerton had been forced far too deep.Had Ince sacrificed one of his midfield quartet at the interval and adopted a narrow three in the centre, with McCarthy retained alongside Santa Cruz and a more direct style of play, then Spurs might have been penetrated. Instead, Lennon had scarred them too much in the early stages and the safety-first approach yielded a loss. Narrow defeat it may have been, but defeat it remained. yesplease1975 Share on Pinterest Sorry there was an error. Please try again later. If the problem persists, please contact Userhelp 0 1 | Pick Reason (optional) MarcelaProust Twitter Report View more commentslast_img read more