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Fairly happy with the away point at Upton Park at the weekend despite the missed penalty from former star and current Hammer hate-figure, Jermaine Defoe in the last minute. Juande Ramos’ high pressure game is starting to bear fruit and with Berbatov playing in the hole we looked a good side. Same old fragility at the back, though it was good to see ‘England’s Number One’ having a good game. About time I suppose.

That’s 5 matches unbeaten which sounds fairly impressive – and it is for the Spurs this season – but only one of those games was a Premier victory. This week we play Aalborg from Denmark in the UEFA Cup and a win will see us nicely placed to qualify for the knock-out stage followed by Birmingham on Sunday at home in the league. What price 7 games unbeaten by then?

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