Happy Tuesday, Spursland!
After all the good feels of yesterday, it was hard to dial up any negativity even if it is a good bit of fun, usually. So out is standard Terrible taste Tuesday and in is bizarro Terrible taste Tuesday, which is really just good taste.
In honor of Son's late flick/backheel/nutmeg against Watford, I'd like us to think about our favorite late goals that brought the team points. There are quite a bit to pick from, incidentally; choose carefully.
Here is mine. The last goal is great and my specific favorite, but the whole comeback is epic.
And now for the "news":
Newcastle, Southampton, Watford, and now West Brom want Andros| Express
We should create some kind of Andros Townsend transfer game to pass the next five weeks. Sure would be more fun with a competition connected to the sage, as these links are not going to stop any time soon. Also, maybe don't go to Watford unless you want Odion Ighalo to elbow you in the face, Andros.
Mauricio, the Sheriff, says the title is a possibility| 101 Great Goals
The difference in headlines from the varying sources on his comments is priceless. They (the headlines) are all over the place so I decided to just give the actual pressers. Not terribly surprising this was news coming from a guy who says "in football anything is possible" during 90% of his interviews.
I love him so.
Mousa has an ouchie| Sky Sports
I don't like this holiday period trend of "knock, knock, Moose". I do not like it at all.
The Premier League is broken, and it's awesome| SB Nation Soccer
Dele Alli as Allen Iverson? I don't know. He's more like Berbatov in his audacity, Jay Jay Okocha with his penchant for tricks, and Rino Gattuso with his energy and nasty streak, but all rolled in one. He really is exceptional, isn't he?