Tuesday, March 07, 2006

"There's only one Keano..."

The exquisite highlight of an all-round soo-poib Sunday at the Lane: a roaring atmosphere, a crucial win to (hopefully) get our stuttering Champions League-challenging form back in the right mood, and a simply cracking Cup tie-like match with both Spurs and Blackburn playing open, attacking, attractive football... Even Robbie Savage seemed on good(ish) behaviour and looked Rovers' most impressive, effective player, I must reluctantly admit...
Sadly, we now head to Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Fingers crossed moaning Mourinho and his men are still feeling totally shell-shocked by a midweek Champions League elimination at the hands - and twinkle-toed feet - of Barcelona and lose a League game to us for the first time since 1989.
And maybe I'll win the Lottery, and be offered the editorship of the New York Times, and Kirsten Dunst will return my calls, and I'll discover the secret formula for eternal life, for travelling through time, and for picking up a sleeping cat...

4 comments:

WDKY said...

I was somewhere below you - row 5 (lower), right on the half-way line. That was some goal, though, wasn't it?

Toxic said...

Who was waiting for the last second equaliser ?

The Phantom said...

Rarely has injury time seemed to last so long!

Aidan said...

South Upper here, directly behind the goal. Keano's attitude and performances this season have been brilliant, hopefully poor Jermain will take them on himself...
West Ham, Sunderland, Fulham, Leicester - if it weren't for conceding last-minute goals, we could have the Champions League place virtually sewn-up by now - and still be in the FA Cup...!
Oh the relief to avoid a repeat as the final whistle blew on Sunday...