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JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

Another top notch report.

FC Sevilla 3-0 BesiktasPA

SEVILLE, November 3 (UEFA Cup) – Striker Fredi Kanoute was the hero as he came off the bench to score twice and set up another for Javier Saviola as Sevilla claimed a convincing win in their Group H match with Besiktas.

The hosts had chances to make the breakthrough in the first half but lacked the finishing touch until Kanoute was introduced after the break.

The Frenchman set up Saviola after 64 minutes and then hit the back of the net himself a minute later before capping an excellent personal performance with his second goal a minute from time.

Despite the loss of midfield playmaker Jesus Navas to injury before the match, coach Juande Ramos began with an attacking side which saw Saviola partner Brazilian summer signing Luis Fabiano up front.

The visitors were an unknown quantity, with former Fulham manager Jean Tigana in charge for the first time.

Luis Fabiano was lively in attack and created several chances to score but was unable to make the breakthrough as he and Saviola failed to finish off a number of free-flowing moves.

With half an hour to go, Ramos made the change and brought on Kanoute for Luis Fabiano in what would prove an inspirational move.

The ex-Tottenham striker’s first intervention saw his header set up Saviola and the Argentinian finished with aplomb to give his side the lead.

Kanoute netted the second himself a minute later when he headed home a cross from team-mate Fernando Sales.

Besiktas could find no way back into the match – and Kanoute was not finished yet.

In the penultimate minute, Kanoute rounded off his excellent performance with his side’s third and his second.

Kanoute tucked away a finish from close range when he converted a cross from the right by team-mate Daniel Alves.

scottspur nonmember

so? he dont play for us anymore.. let it go!

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

who gives a fuck if he doesnt play for us anymore. do you crap on about ex players? im sure you do.

stop being so negative.

scottspur nonmember

sorry, well played Fredi :clap:

leroyslimer nonmember

Good on him, he is playing in Europe, scoring goals.

Archibald nonmember

how many good reports do we know of him for this season? apart from his debut goal, that’d be about it wouldn’t it?
consistancy’s the key, right Freddi?
good luck to him anyway. thanks for the villa memories!

scottspur nonmember

@JimtheKingofDiamonds wrote:

do you crap on about ex players? im sure you do.

got anything on dean austin? not heard from him for a while.

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

@scottspur wrote:

@JimtheKingofDiamonds wrote:

do you crap on about ex players? im sure you do.

got anything on dean austin? not heard from him for a while.

What took you 55 minutes to come up with that? Lucky you dont work for me.

scottspur nonmember

Nah, just re read yer earlier post and thought i’d add to it. i aint sad enough to sit around and think of stuff to say on here.

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

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scottspur nonmember

All the best Deano,thanks for the memories.

Col member

Some wonderfull names from the past in there. Cheers for that. Read the lot (Sad git that I am). Amazing that Greavsey is still alive, bearing in mind the amount of falling down juice he has consumed over the years. Luv im to bits though! Cheers again Mr Dural.

levy nonmember

Good stuff……………..i like it

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

anybody notice a name that is missing?

scottspur nonmember

Judas

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

yeah. i looked under c for c****ell. J for Judas and back to c for cunt. No sign of the poor little fella. Looks like he has been stricken from our history books. Another thing for him to cry over. We are so mean to him.

North Sydney nonmember

One of my all time top 5 spurs players is also missing, Jim can you find any news of…………clue…….played in the 70’s………once scored a hatrick against the Geordies in a 5-2 win at St.James’ and there was grafitti on a wall along Park Lane that may well still be there but faded……it read
***** **** IS GOD.

Hurry up as I am about to leave for the pub!

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

Allan Gilzean? or Martin Chivers? Nope they are both on the list. Hmm not peters…..

chappyJnr nonmember

George Graham??? Still not working? what a wanker.

scottspur nonmember

Alfie Conn

scottspur nonmember

WHAT DO I WIN?

North Sydney nonmember

@scottspur wrote:

Alfie Conn

:up: Great little player. But unfortunately injury prone and was eventually dumped by Burkinshaw I think.Wonder were he is today?

Col member

Phil Beal ??

JimtheKingofDiamonds bbp_participant

Recent Premiership games and reserve games have shown Spurs lacking in general wing play and a preference for the tap-tap of passing down the middle. In general, weaving without using the wings to build attacks. The sale of Ginola and Dominguez has emphasised how much Graham prefers to play without the flair wide-men.

Bill Nicholson signed Alfie Conn from Glasgow Rangers in the summer of 1974 for £150,000 and he became Bill’s last signing for Spurs, but what a player Alfie was. It was during the last seven games of the 1974-75 season that Alfie became the king of White Hart Lane to help steer Spurs away from relegation to finish in 19th place. With long hair and a brilliant dribble, Alfie was a fantastic sight in full flow, as he beat defender after defender to excite the crowd and to lay on chances from down the flanks. He managed to weave his tricks all over the field, but drove Bill mad when he went across the park rather than directly towards the goal !

Spurs were in desperate trouble during that season, but Alfie managed to keep the crowd enthralled by his brilliant skills and flair. He scored a sensational goal as Spurs beat Wolves 3-0 at the Lane and was absolutely brilliant throughout the game, leaving Spurs just six games to go to stay up. A 1-0 away win at QPR was followed by a 2-1 home win over Luton. When Spurs went on to lose 2-3 at Burnley, things looked bad. However, Alfie lifted Spurs to great heights in the next game at home to Chelsea when 50,998 watched the game. Chelsea had both the Wilkins brothers in their team, with a young Ray Wilkins as captain. His brother, Graham was sent off and Spurs survived the pressure well to win 2-0 with Alfie Conn again brilliant in his dribbling and shooting and creating chances for the others from the wing.

Now there were just two games to go. A 0-1 reverse at Highbury against Arsenal left Tottenham having to win the last game of the season to stay up. It was at home to Leeds on Monday 28th April and Leeds had a European final to play later that week. Spurs were absolutely brilliant that night and Alfie’s skills inspired Spurs to a 4-2 win and he bagged one of the goals. The others were scored by Cyril Knowles (2) and Martin Chivers.

It had been a breathtaking end to the season and Alfie had been in inspiring form as Spurs stayed up. Conn had made 17 League starts in the season and scored six goals. The next season Alfie suffered an injury and made just eight appearances in the starting line-up as Spurs finished 9th. His final season for Spurs was in 1976-7, when he made just 13 appearances.

So Alfie Conn made a lasting impression for Tottenham with just 38 appearances in the League. He had great dribbling skills, a brilliant box of tricks with which to beat defenders and a terrific shot. Alfie was a big game player who did not hide in the games when he had to perform. By his skill, he took several defenders away from marking fellow teammates who were able to benefit. He was a creative ball artist and a real Spurs type of player, who lifted the crowd by his presence alone and was always exciting to watch. I feel so privileged having seen him play. It is not possible to truly convey his brilliance, he was that good. Thank you Bill Nick for signing him.

Where would Alfie be now if he was a Spurs player in the current generation? He would probably be sold, as I can’t see GG being able to manage or cope with his individual skills and wide play. Alfie would probably go the same way as Daveed or Jose. Mind you, he was a Scot like GG, so they had something in common!

Oh for great wide-play or great skill … back to tap, tap.. tap, tap.

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Slow day at the office, Jim 😉

minor threat nonmember

paolo tramezzani?

Gudge nonmember

Fuck me how long did it take Jim to type that ? Must have had a spare weekend at that dodgy RSL he ran .
This is the fella who said he started supporting spurs because he won a bet if I’m not wrong ?

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