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Sound Offs: Your starting X1s

Posted on 3 January 2003  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

Andrew Walters: Not sure about either GK, Perry Deano and ALPAY? Carr. No left wingback now
Ziege out (Etherington). Midfield needs fresh legs, BOWYER would be ideal with Davies, Poyet. Forwards Keane and Iversen though MORIENTES would be a great addition.

Tony Mills: At the back I would have Carr, Richards, King and Ziegge. I would put Taricco in midfield along with Freund, Davies and Redknapp. Why does Glenn refuse to give Rebrov a run in the team with Keane???? It could really be something special.

Tony Davies: Kasey is one of the best in the premiership and would go between the sticks. The 3-5-2 formation is OK, but this does not allow us to play our best players, so I would stick to a 4-4-2. Carr and Ziege would play at full back, and Richards and King in the middle. Midfield would have to be Redknapp and Freund in the middle with Anderton and Davies out wide (sorry Gus). Up front would be Keano and Sheringham, but I fear we will be lost
as Teddy gets older - Replace him soon! On the bench, Sullivan, Gardner, Perry, Poyet and Etherington.

Grant Ritchie: The forward line is the only thing I would change from glenn hoddle's formation. Give Rebrov a chance or bring in a striker on loan, like Salas or Morientes. We have creative forwards but no strikers.

Matt Wilson: Obviously Kasey in goal. Richards, King and Bunjevic because they have a great mix of being comfortable on the ball great in the air and great tacklers. Matt Etherington and Carr wing backs with Redknapp, Davies and Acimovic has the right mix of hard work and creativity we need. Keane and Teddy up front but another live wire up front like Robbie is what we need to finish off the good work we've shown recently. Maybe Jason Roberts.

Steve O'Shea: 3-2-3-2 would add an extra tier so that we could get forward quicker to help out the forwards. The two operating in front of the back three would need to be defensive minded, but also in thier armoury they would need to be able to distribute the ball quickly to one of the 5 going forward (hopefully). Keller, King, Richards, Gardner, Fruend (or new signing), Redknapp, Carr, Davies, Etherington, Keane, Sheringham (or new signing).