Happy Tuesday Spursland! Guys, girls, ladies, gents and everyone in between, hear my words: it is easy to lose sight of what is important in life. Lots of things are happening in our world: the US government is shut down (however you feel about that don't mention it in the comments or it will be nuked and you will be warned/banned), Breaking Bad is over and some idiots in Massachusetts are against sober drivers. Worst of all, we still have to wait until Sunday for Spurs to play. It's a rough world folks, do the best you can.
And now the "news"
Somebody hit the breaks on the hype train. But seriously this guy is pretty good for us so let's hope this isn't something big.
Soldado hasn't scored so he must have contributed nothing. Great logic, you genius. You're a modern day Solomon. Ick, I find better analysis vomited out by Ryan Rosenblatt after 14 tequila shots.
In cock (or cockerel) fighting you don't bet on the rooster with no spurs. For those of you who either haven't been the the seedier parts of Miami, or didn't read Roots, you don't bet one a team without its main attacking options.
And no dummy, he ain't coming to us. Think of how terrifying a Chelsea attack would be with Lewa up front. I am shivering under my covers just thinking about it.
Mexico will probably make the cut, rats.
Nobody reads the articles, I know, but on days like today you should and especially this one by our own fearless leader and protector of the realm Kevin McCauley. If you ever wondered "where is Kevin, I never see him around" it is because he is off working on excellent stuff like this, which he churns out at a speed that makes me pee myself. If you have ever sat around in your underwear wondering why Kevin gets paid to write about soccer and you don't, it is because he can do this, and you can't.