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My Current Team - Tottenham Oct 2009

My Current Team - Tottenham Oct 2009

Wigan (a) & Birmingham (H) - Two wins from 2?


Wigan v Tottenham

Corluka returns to right back after his injury, Shawcross comes in for the injured Woodgate and Assou-Ekotto replaces Bale. In midfield, I'm giving Tom Huddlestone a game in for Palacios. My forward line remains unchanged, with Crouch and Keane
2 Wigan - Rodallega, Krivets
2 Tottenham - Crouch, Keane
1-0, 1-1, 1-2, 2-2

The next two games are both at home to teams that I should beat - Birmingham and Wolves. It's Birmingham first, but it's a massive 15 days away, due to international call-ups. I've scheduled a game against Tottenham Reserves to keep up the match fitness of my players. A lot of my first team players were on international duty, so I wasn't too bothered about the match or result, but Tottenham won 2-1.

3 Tottenham - Crouch (2), Woodgate (injury time)
3 Birmingham - McFadden, Bowyer, Benitez
1-0, 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 2-3, 3-3

A sensational game between Tottenham and Birmingham saw 6 goals, ending 3-3. I was 2-1 down at half time when I changed my tactics to 3-4-3. It looked like backfiring as Christian Benitez made it 3-1 to Birmingham. Peter Crouch scored his second to give me some hope and deep into injury time Jonathon Woodgate on his re-return to the side scored from 2 yards.


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