Havent posted in a while, and it seems the overall activity of CFC has quietened a little as menacing ghosts from collapses past loom ugly again. Football has resumed narrative-intense spursecution and our serene sail has been transformed into a Pacific storm adrift in a leaking canoe.
This week could be fatal if our rivals secure 9 points before we play a scary looking City, so I'm choosing to focus all my zenergy on a fat, balding Dutchman who I'm quite sure is still in love with me, perhaps more than Steffen Freund, and has a say in 6 of those points.
He left under a cloud, but failed to prove Levy wrong, embarking on a series of solid seasons at middling clubs. His finest years were at Spurs, and underplayed, when we finally cracked a glass ceiling with two fifth place finishes and the best team in a generation.
Despite a savage shanking from the board, Jol has always spoke well of Spurs and seemed a little nostalgic. He will be relishing two home fixtures with Red Team and Blue Team, both looking vulnerable, with Fulham now enjoying a heart-warming late season climb.
A couple of results and we're favourites again, and Martin will be the greatest manager in Spurs history.