Ask anyone who Spurs dangerman is and they will probably reply with Gareth Bale (especially if you ask someone in Milan).
But while the tactic of sitting on a sides dangerman will nullify the opposition on most occasions. Tottenham isn’t one of those occasions.
‘We could tie him up nicely and then we’ve got to worry about Emmanuel Adebayor, Scott Parker, Luka Modric, Jermain Defoe and Aaron Lennon.
‘So they’ve all got to be given special consideration haven’t they if they’re good players? Wolves gaffer Mick McCarthy told Wolves Official Website before adding: ‘I’m having a look at their games and we’ll be putting our plan of action together.
He went on to add: ‘Bale does need considering of course because he’s a good player.
‘He’s bloody quick but I’m not saying he’s unplayable because there’s no one that’s unplayable.
‘So no, we’re not making any special plans.’
Lets be honest here, rather than us being concerned about them, they should be more worried about us!
We finished our last game top of the Premier League and unbeaten in our opening three games of the season.
Confidence is spreading through the camp like the common cold at a doctors surgery.
Not only that but in recent years we’ve held the upper hand over Harry Redknapp’s men, beating them twice, drawing once and losing once.
I’m not deluded, I do not expect us to stay undefeated all season and Tottenham could and in all fairness should have too much for us with their multimillion pound assembled squad. But on our day we can match them and better them, Gareth Bale or no Gareth Bale.
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