006 – Episode Notes


Thanks to all the ever growing listeners who are downloading the pod. Thanks for your support.

Thanks to the Hotspurs pod for your support. Hopefully your hiatus is a small rest and you’ll soon be back. A few wins in a row by Spurs might help us all.

Also thanks to the Spurs Poet. We’re very grateful for his support.


A disappointing home result again (hence the title), we review the playing squad at the quarter mark of the season.

Asteras Tripolis

2-1 win – not much else to say.

Subject of the Week

Kaboul: Should he be starting?

We were split down the middle. Since there’s only two of us, it wasn’t such a surprise.

Next episode:

If Spurs had a baking day, what would each player be?

Shirt Fronted #6 – Tottenham Pony Home 1995 Kit

Shoot In Time – 1981 March Part Two

  • League Cup Final – Liverpool v West Ham
  • Shoot sign Gary Shaw for his erudite phrases
  • Andy Gray says I told you so about Archibald
  • The team money couldn’t buy – the best players in the league including Shilton, Viv Anderson, Glen Hoddle, Bryan Robson, Trevor Francis and author Gary Shaw
  • 82 World Cup Qualifiers
  • Terry Venables – best thing to happen to QPR
  • Team Pics – Forest, Cambridge, Orient,Wales – managed by Mike England with Dough Livermore as coach

Focus On

Sammy Lee (Liverpool) and Frank Stapleton (Arsenal)


  • The Newsroom Season 3
  • Santo, Sam and Ed’s Total Football
  • Doctor Who Season 8
  • Marvel One-Shots –  short films


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