Pete Sixmsith was highly impressed by our effort and movement, which made it all the more disappointing that Spurs were able to snatch a late and undeserved winner. Performances like this in earlier games would have seen us a long way clear of the bottom. The link-ups between Defoe, Borini, Lens and Toivonen were sharp, well worked and promising but, despite hitting the woodwork twice, there was no way through. Come back to these pages for Dick Advocaat’s post-match e-mail and Sixer’s full report …
September 13 2015: SAFC (0) 0 Tottenham Hotspur (0) 1 Vastly improved performance not reflected by result
August 29 2015: Aston Villa (2) 2 SAFC (1) 2 * M’Vila and Lens snatch a shaky point
August 25 2015: League Cup 2nd round: SAFC (3) 6 Exeter City (3) 3 Young hearts run free in second half
August 22 2015: SAFC (0) 1 Swansea City (1) 1 Gloom lifting after a more determined performance
August 15 2015: SAFC (0) 1 Norwich City (2) 3 I’ve seen some shockers in my time …
August 8 2015: Leicester City (3) 4 SAFC (0) 2 No encouragement to take from this shocker
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4 thoughts on “Sixer’s Sevens: SAFC 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1. Cruelly denied”
My first trip to the SOL for a while. My seven word verdict:
“We never looked like a relegation team”
How good was Kaboul today? Well, when he put his hand into his back pocket to get his wallet he was shocked to find Harry Kane still in there!
We’re improving , when we’ll be good enough to win a game , the jury is still out .
Not a bad 1st half,second half faded badly …in fact last 15 mins we looked knackered.More points go begging at home against a team with no previous wins.
Small margins,but we need to get our noses in front and stay there in a game real soon.
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