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甘南第十届赛马会视频

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Paul Robinson lined up for Carling Final Cup recall after stunning Euro d

isplayHe Is back in form and back in favour just in time for the Carling Cup Final - but Paul Robinson is taking nothing for granted. After 10 games on the bench, the goalkeeper produced a stunning display against Slavia Prague on Thursday night and the Tottenham faithful made their feelings on the issue known with a standing ovation for him. Robinson is now set to retain his place against Chelsea at Wembley tomorrow after keeping his side in the UEFA Cup by the skin of their teeth. But he told Mirror Sport: You can never take anything for granted in this game. You have to just keep working hard. I have had a rough time. The manager took me out of the firing line, he has given me a chance again and hopefully I can recapture the form that put me where I was. An alarming complacency set into th

e Spurs team against Slavia and saw the Czechs almost force extra time in a nerve-shredding second half. It took a wonder save by Robbo, from substitute Milan Ivanas free-kick, to preserve the north Londoners advantage and set up a last-16 tie against Dutch side PSV Eindhoven. And - buoyed by the captains armband on Thursday night - Robinson is enjoying a renewed surge of confidence ahead of a battle against Chelsea strikers Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka. He said: It was good (to get the armband). Ledley King is normally captain, then there is Robbie Keane, then me. Being left out of the side I didnt know where I st

ood in that situation and it was a big vote of confidence in m

e from the manager. It was just nice to be back playing. I found out I would be a couple of hours before the game in a meeting with the manager. We had done a little bit of training, a little bit of team shape and I had an inkling that I would be in the team, so I was delighted that I was. I was very focused. I have always been very concentrated. There is nobody that has been more hurt at being left out of the team than me. There has been a lot of rubbish written about me wanting to leave and handing in transfer requests, etc, etc. But it was nice in this game to show that I havent had an argument with the manager. If I had had an argument with the manager he wouldnt have played me, let alone sent me out there as skipper. So I am delighted. Ive got my head down and worked hard over the last few weeks. Now Ive got my reward. While Juande Ramos was indeed delighted with Robinson, he was less charitable about the keepers team-mates, insisting they have got no chance against Avram Grants men if they play the way they did agai

nst Slavia. Although Spurs raised their game in magnificent fashion to dump Arsenal out of the Carling Cup semi-final stage 5-1 at White Hart Lane, Ramos is well aware a full-strength and hungry Chelsea side will be a different kettle of fish. He said: If we play like we did against Slavia, then we are not going to win very often. But you have to remember this is the same team that beat Arsenal three weeks ago, so we do have possibilities of winning. Its true, though, that the performance against Slavia wasnt the best and well have to improve to be able to beat Chelsea. Anything can happen and we need to play with the maximum level of concentration. Were going for a trophy, but against a very strong rival. That result against the Gunners has already seen Ramos write his name into the hearts of every Tottenham fan. He in turn knows just how much it would mean to every Spurs fan not only to upset the odds and stun another of the clubs bitter rivals but also to break the stranglehold of the big clubs on the top honours. He continued: It would be absolutely magnificent, particularly because it would bring tremendous happiness to the club, who need a trophy. The excitement and hunger of the fans would be satisfied if we won a trophy. Route to the final.. and how they line up TOTTENHAM 3rd round: Middlesbrough (H甘南第十届赛马会视频 ) W2-0 (Bale, Huddlestone) 4th round: Blackpool (H) W2-0 (Keane, Chimbonda) Qf: Man City (A) W2-0 (Defoe, Malbranque) Sf 1st leg: Arsenal (A) D1-1 (Jenas) SF2nd leg: Arsenal (H) W5-1 (Jenas, Bendtner og, Keane, Lennon, Malbranque) CHELSEA 3rd round:Hull (A) W4-0 (Sinclair, Kalou (2), Sidwell) 4th round: Leicester (H) W4-3 (Lampard (3), Shevchenko) Qf: Liverpool (H) W2-0 (Lampard, Shevchenko) Sf 1st leg: Everton (H) W2-1 (Wright-Phillips, Lescott og) Sf 2nd leg: Everton (A) W1-0 (J Cole) Referee: Mark Halsey Tv Times: Sky Sports 1 from 2.30pm

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