What have the Romans


ever done for us?

All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, a fresh water system, public health and coming off the bench to score the winner against the pikeys on Saturday, what have the Romans ever done for us?

Will it get the Big Russian a start or is ‘Arry going to stick with Bent starting up front with Keane?

A decidedly odd choice as they are not a partnership that seems to click and one that doesn’t work on grass they way it doesn’t on paper, where as Pav and Keane has a better balanced look to it.

So why is ‘Arry sticking with Bent, can it just be the language barrier, is Bent’s English that much better than Pav’s? Or is bent in the shop window, has Levy told his manager to give the £16.65 million signing as much time on the pitch as possible, give him enough opportunities to get on the score sheet then during the summer they can blind some suck… err potential buyer into looking at the lies, damn lies and statistics of goals rather than the permanently confused look on the ex-Charlton strikers face.

The only problem with that is it isn’t working, 3 goals in the 14 games played in 2009, his gonna have to up that rate over the last six games of the season if Levy isn’t going to have to take a huge loss on a poor purchase.

If ‘Arry really wants to go for the Europa League then Pav has to play a bigger part, never mind the language barrier…

It is a problem. You’ve always got his interpreter running around the training ground. Sometimes you pass the ball and he chases it. And he’s running alongside him and he gets in there and heads it in the back of the net. ‘Arry Redknapp

…why not register is interpreter and have them both play up front, sounds like he can finish better than the guy who misses chances ‘Arry wife could bury.

Sad to hear about the death of ex-Spurs winger Jimmy Neighbour, at only 58. Funnily was watching the repeat of ITVs “The Big Match” from this week in 1979 when they showed a clip of Jimmy playing his part in the 1971 League Cup Final win over Villa.

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