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Oct 022010
 

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With kick off just moments away we bring you the starting XI from both teams.

Harry has gone for 4-4-2 but Ledley King hasn’t managed to be fit for the game, it looks as though Tom Huddlestone will be playing at the back with Bassong, oh dear how unlucky are we with injuries that we have to play one of our best midfielders at the back. I don’t know about anyone else but it doesn’t seem like the best move loaning out Caulker now, maybe we should have held on to him for another month.

If we are going to win the match then we will have to win the battle of midfield, we have our strongest midfield on the pitch except Hudd who is at the back, how will he cope there, last time he was asked to play there he did ok, nothing special but he done a half decent job. The back four will be our main concern and I am sure Villa will be looking to exploit it. Bit of a strange selection, Corluka is on the bench and surely he would have been obvious choice for center half, I am guessing that Harry has been spending a lot of time this week training with Huddlestone at the back.

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Sep 082010
 

We were linked with Ashley Young all summer long but with the Departure of Martin O’Neill from Aston Villa it left any hopes of a deal shattered. Tottenham were hoping to do a swap deal for the England winger but just a few days before the start of the new campaign manager Martin O’Neill stepped down.

Spurs are now tipped to go back in January with an offer of a cash plus player deal, likely involving Robbie Keane and Jermaine Jenas. Daniel Levy and Harry Redknapp have both admired Ashley Young for a long time and if a deal could be completed would inject even more pace to the Spurs midfield. With Lennon on the right and Young on the left, that is enough to frighten any team in the league.

Levy is willing to match the players wages of around £65,000 a week if he can offload Keane and Jenas. Young was said to be interested because of Champions League football but come January hopefully we are still in it, however I think Tottenham are the more likely club to finish top 4 again this season.

So come January after a relatively quiet summer for Tottenham untill the final day maybe we will get down to business early, if there are any problem areas in the team then it will be highlighted and hopefully ammended in the January transfer window. A move for Ashley Young only adds fuel to the speculation that Harry would like to have Bale as his permanent left back.

It’s a bit early on to say there is any truth in this but it wouldn’t surprise me if we did go back for Young, a lot can change between now and January.

Sep 012010
 

This page will be updated with new team squads as we get them.

Arsenal

Manuel Almunia, Andrey Arshavin, Nicklas Bendtner, Marouane Chamakh, Gael Clichy, Denilson, Abou Diaby, Johan Djourou, Emmanuel Eboue, Lukasz Fabianski, Cesc Fabregas, Laurent Koscielny, Vito Mannone, Samir Nasri, Tomas Rosicky, Bacary Sagna, Alexandre Song,

Robin van Persie, Thomas Vermaelen, Sebastien Squillaci.

Aston Villa

Keepers: Brad Friedel, Brad Guzan.

Defenders: James Collins, Carlos Cuellar, Curtis Davies, Habib Beye, Richard Dunne, Eric Lichaj, Stephen Warnock, Luke Young.

Midfielders: Stewart Downing, Jonathan Hogg, Stephen Ireland, Isaiah Osbourne, Stiliyan Petrov, Nigel Reo-Coker, Moustapha Salifou, Steve Sidwell, Ashley Young.

Strikers: Gabriel Agbonlahor, John Carew, Emile Heskey.

Birmingham

Maik Taylor, Stephen Carr, David Murphy, Lee Bowyer, Roger Johnson, Liam Ridgewell, Sebastian Larsson, Craig Gardner, Kevin Phillips, Cameron Jerome, Garry O’Connor, Barry Ferguson, Colin Doyle, Matt Derbyshire, Scott Dann, James McFadden, Michel, Keith Fahy, Nikola Zigic, Stuart Parnaby, Alexander Hleb, Jean Beausejour, Ben Foster, Martin Jiranek, James O’Shea.

Blackburn

Paul Robinson, Martin Olsson, Chris Samba, Gael Givet, Ryan Nelsen, Brett Emerton, David Dunn, Nikola Kalinic, El-Hadji Diouf, Vince Grella, Morten Gamst Pedersen, Mark Bunn, Steven Nzonzi, Keith Andrews, Michel Salgado, Jason Brown, Frank Fielding, Pascal Chimbonda, Mame Biram Diouf, Jason Roberts, Benjani.

Blackpool

Charlie Adam, Alex John-Baptiste, Chris Basham, Stephen Crainey, Malaury Martin, Daniel Coid, Ishmael Demontagnac, Neal Eardley, Robert Edwards, Jaso Euell, Ian Evatt, Matthew Gilks, Elliot Grandin, Marlon Harewood, Dekel Keinan, Brett Ormerod, Keith Southern, Ludovic Sylvestre, Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Luke Varney, David Vaughan, DJ Campbell, David Carney.

Bolton

Robbie Blake, Adam Bogdan, Gary Cahill, Tamir Cohen, Kevin Davies, Mark Davies, Sean Davis, Johan Elmander, Ricardo Gardner, Stuart Holden, Jussi Jaaskalainen, Ivan Klasnic, Zat Knight, Chung Yong-lee, Fabrice Muamba, Andy O’Brien, Joey O’Brien, Martin Petrov, Sam Ricketts, Paul Robinson, Jlloyd Samuel, Gretar Steinsson, Matt Taylor, Al Al-Habsi.

Chelsea

Keepers: Petr Cech, Henrique Hilario, Ross Turnbull.

Defenders: Branislav Ivanovic, Ashley Cole, Jose Bowingwa, John Terry, Alex, Paulo Ferreria, Yury Zirkov.

Midfielders: John Obi Mikel, Michael Essien, Ramires, Frank Lampard, Yossi Benayoun, Florent Malouda.

Strikers: Nicolas Anelka, Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou.

Everton

Keepers: Tim Howard, Jan Mucka, Ian Turner.

Defenders: Sylvain Distin, Tony Hibbert, Seamus Coleman, Phil Jagielka, John Heitinga, Leighton Baines.

Midfielders: Marouane Fellaini, Leon Osman, Mikel Arteta, Steven Pienaar, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, Phil Neviile, Tim Cahill.

Strikers: Louis Saha, James Vaughan, Victor Anichebe, Yakubu, Jermaine Beckford.

Fulham

Keepers: Mark Schwarzer, David Stockdale.

Defenders: John Pantsil, Fredrik Stoor, Aaron Hughes, Rafik Halliche, Chris Baird, Brede Hangeland, Carlos Salcido, Stephen Kelly.

Midfielders: Zoltan Gera, Clint Dempsey, Bjorn Helge Riise, Dixon Etuhu, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Danny Murphy, Jonathan Greening, Simon Davies, Damien Duff.

Strikers: Andrew Johnson, Diomansy Kamara, Moussa Dembele, Bobby Zamora, David Elm, Eddie Johnson.

Liverpool

Keepers: Pepe Reina, Brad Jones.

Defenders: Stephen Darby, Jamie Carragher, Glen Johnson, Paul Konchesky, Daniel Agger, Fabio Aurelio, Sotirios Kyrgiakos, Martin Skrtel.

Midfielders: Joe Cole, Steven Gerrard, Jay Spearing, Ryan Babel, Milan Jovanovic, Dirk Kuyt, Lucas, Raul Meireles, Christian Poulsen, Maxi Rodriguez.

Strikers: Fernando Torres.

Manchester City

Keepers: Shay Given, Joe Hart and Stuart Taylor.

Defenders: Jerome Boateng, Wayne Bridge, Aleksander Kolarov, Vincent Kompany, Joleon Lescott, Shaleum Logan, Micah Richards, Kolo Toure and Pablo Zabaleta.

Midfielders: Gareth Barry, Nigel de Jong, Adam Johnson, Michael Johnson, James Milner, David Silva, Yaya Toure, Patrick Vieira an Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Forwards: Emmanuel Adebayor, Jo, Roque Santa Cruz and Carlos Tevez.

Manchester United

Keepers: Edwin van der Sar and Tomasz Kuszczak.

Defenders: Gary Neville, Patrice Evra, Rio Ferdinand, Wes Brown, Nemanja Vidic, John O’Shea and Jonny Evans.

Midfielders: Owen Hargreaves, Anderson, Ji-Sung Park, Michael Carrick, Nani, Darren Fletcher, Antonio Valencia, Gabriel Obertan, Darron Gibson, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs.

Strikers: Michael Owen, Dimitar Berbatov, Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez.

Newcastle

Keepers: Steve Harper, Fraser Forster, Tim Krul.

Defenders: Sol Campbell, Steven Taylor, Jose Enrique, Fabricio Coloccini, Danny Simpson, Mike Williamson, James Perch.

Midfielders: Joey Barton, Alan Smith, Danny Guthrie, Jonas Gutierrez, Kevin Nolan, Wayne Routledge, Ryan Taylor, Cheik Tiote, Hatem Ben Arfa.

Strikers: Shola Ameobi, Peter Lovenkrands, Leon Best, Xisco.

Stoke

Asmir Begovic, Danny Collins, Rory Delap, Salif Diao, Matthew Etherington, Abdoulaye Faye, Ricardo Fuller, Eidur Gudjohnsen, Danny Higginbotham, Robert Huth, Kenwyne Jones, Carlo Nash, Jermaine Pennant, Danny Pugh, Ryan Shawcross, Thomas Sorensen, Tuncay Sanli, Ryan Shotton, Tom Soares, Michael Tonge, Jonathan Walters, Glenn Whelan, Dean Whitehead, Andy Wilkinson, Marc Wilson.

Sunderland

Keepers: Craig Gordon, Simon Mignolet and Trevor Carson

Defenders: Marcos Angeleri, Phil Bardsley, Titus Bramble, Anton Ferdinand, George McCartney, John Mensah, Paulo Da Silva and Michael Turner

Midfielders: Lee Cattermole, Nedum Onuoha, Andy Reid, Steed Malbranque, Kieran Richardson, Boudewijn Zenden, Cristian Riveros, Ahmed Elmohamady and Robbie Weir.

Strikers: Darren Bent, Fraizer Campbell, Asamoah Gyan and David Healy

Tottenham

Keepers: Heurelho Gomes, Stipe Pletikosa, Carlo Cudicini.

Defenders: William Gallas, Kyle Naughton (H), Ledley King (H), Michael Dawson (H), Sebastien Bassong, Younes Kaboul, Benoit Assou-Ekotto.

Midfielders: Vedran Corluka, Alan Hutton, David Bentley (H), Tom Huddlestone (H), Jermaine Jenas (H), Luka Modric, Niko Kranjcar, Wilson Palacios, Rafael van der Vaart, Jamie O’Hara (H), Aaron Lennon (H).

Strikers: Peter Crouch (H), Jermain Defoe (H), Roman Pavlyuchenko, Robbie Keane (H).

West Brom

Keepers: Scott Carson, Dean Kiely, Boaz Myhill.

Defenders: Marek Cech, Pablo Ibanez, Gonzalo Jara, Abdoulaye Meite, Jonas Olsson, Nicky Shorey, Gabriel Tamas, Gianni Zuiverloon.

Midfielders: Giles Barnes, Chris Brunt, Graham Dorrans, James Morrison, Youssouf Mulumbu, Steven Reid, Paul Scharner, Somen Tchoyi, Jerome Thomas.

Strikers: Roman Bednar, Simon Cox, Marc-Antoine Fortune, Ishmael Miller, Peter Odemwingie.

West Ham

Keepers: Rob Green, Ruud Boffin.

Defenders: Tal Ben Haim, Manuel Da Costa, Danny Gabbidon, Herita Ilunga, Lars Jacobsen, Winston Reid, Jonathan Spector, Matthew Upson.

Midfielders: Luis Boa Morta, Valon Behrami, Jack Collison, Kieron Dyer, Julien Faubert, Thomas Hitzlsperger, Radoslav Kovac, Mark Noble, Scott Parker.

Forwards: Pablo Berrara, Carlton Cole, Zavon Hines, Fred Piquionne, VIctor Obinna, Benni McCarthy.

Wigan Athletic

Wolves

Keepers: Marcus Hahnemann, Wayne Hennessey, Carl Ikeme.

Defenders: Kevin Foley, Ronald Zubar, Richard Stearman, Jody Craddock, Christophe Berra, Steven Mouyokolo, George Elokobi, Stephen Ward, Jelle Van Damme.

Midfielders: Karl Henry, David Jones, Michael Mancienne, Dave Edwards, Greg Halford, Nenad Milijas, Adlene Guedioura, Matt Jarvis, Stephen Hunt.

Strikers: Kevin Doyle, Steven Fletcher, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Marcus Bent.

NOTES

  • Clubs must name squads containing at least eight homegrown players and no more than 25 players in total.
  • A homegrown player is defined as one who, irrespective of his nationality or age, has been registered with any club affiliated to the Football Association or the Welsh Football Association for a period, continuous or not, of three entire seasons or 36 months prior to his 21st birthday (or the end of the season during which he turns 21).
  • In keeping with UEFA guidelines, an Under-21 player is defined as one who is under the age of 21 on January 1 in the year in which the season commences. For the 2010-11 campaign, Under-21 players will have been born on or after January 1, 1989.
  • Any players under 21 can be added to the squad, regardless of nationality.
  • – Rules apply only to Premier League matches, not European, FA Cup or League Cup action.
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    So no Woody in the Spurs 25, that doesn’t mean he is finished, the squad can be altered in January and he isn’t going to be fit by before then so this makes perfect sense. If his operation goes well and he makes a recovery then expect him to be included in the next squad.

    Aug 272010
     

    Just having a flick through some of the early morning papers and one has picked up on a story that I have also heard whispers of and that is that Newcastle United are the latest club to be interested in Robbie Keane.

    Now Newcastle don’t want to buy him they want a loan deal but with Tottenham contributing to the wages of the Irish striker. Tottenham refused to loan him to Celtic because he isn’t getting any younger and we need to cash in while we still can. Surely if Tottenham were going to accept a loan deal then they would let Keane have his dream move back to Celtic.

    Aston Villa were persuing Keane for most of the summer but that deal seems to have died when Martin O’Neill resigned as the Villa boss earlier this month. It looks like Keane will move on before the window closes as Harry looks to buy a big name striker, the question is where will Keane end up, he once had a loving home here at Tottenham but since he returned from Liverpool it has not been the same feeling for Keane or the fans. One thing looks for sure, Spurs want to sell Keane and not loan him out yet again. He is now fourth choice striker and if that is the case then it is time to move on again.

    Aug 092010
     

    Nobody will yet know the full reasons behind Martin O’neill walking away from Villa just days before the start of the new season but early reports are that it has to do with Villa planning to sell Ashley Young to Tottenham without O’Neill’s consent. It seems Martin had resigned himself to losing Milner to  City due to their formidable spending power but selling Young too was just too much for him to take.

    Young to Spurs?

    It’s no secret that Harry has been an admirer of Ashley Young for a while and had flirted with the idea of bringing him to the Lane. Most places are reporting that the reason behind O’Neill stepping down at Aston Villa is because of the sale of James Milner and a lack of funds available for him to spend.

    It was a couple of radio stations that seem to think that the real reason that tipped Martin over the edge was that Villa were also planning to sell Ashley Young to Spurs, Talksport in particular. This would seem to make more sense than O’Neill leaving because of James Milner because the Milner saga was hardly a suprise and Martin knew Villa couldn’t compete with City’s spending power and would have to sell, but it seems that if there is any truth in tha Ashely Young story that the Villa board pushed him just one step too far.

    So what do you guys think, any truth in this? Could Ashley Young be on his way to Spurs and do we really need him?

    Jul 262010
     

    Writing’s on the wall as Woody fails to make cut of 25 …..

    End Of The Line - Woodgate Set To Retire ?

    The knee injury which has sidelined Jonathon Woodgate since November last year looks set to result in the end of the former England man’s career.

    After Harry Redknapp said last week that July was a “make or break” month for his injury prone centre half, he now appears set to omit Woody from his squad of 25 players to be handed to the Premier League by 1st September.

    Once that deadline has passed, Woodgate would not be eligible for squad registration for league matches again until the transfer window reopens in January.

    He was back running again at the start of pre season training and there looked to be hope, but he has spent most sessions working away from the rest of the squad and Redknapp said last night: “Jonathan will not be fit for the start of the season. “He’s in a position where he can’t train or kick a ball.”

    With Champions League football on the way, Redknapp will want a squad of players who he considers fit and reliable and unfortunately he will not see Woodgate in that bracket.

    Won't Happen - Milner & Young

    With no sign of a return in the near future, you would expect an announcement from the club or player in the coming weeks.

    Whatever he decides, I’m sure all supporters will wish him well.

    Meanwhile, Harry Redknapp has distanced himself from reports linking the club with a bid for Manchester City target James Milner.

    Redknapp was thought to be monitoring City’s progress with the player but when asked by Sky Sports News, he said :

    “No, we wouldn’t be able to.

    “Anybody would like James Milner, he’s an outstanding young player, but he’d be way out of our depth.”

    Redknapp was also linked with Milner’s Villa teammate Ashley Young at the weekend but quashed that speculation  aswell by saying :

    “Again, I wouldn’t think they’d want to sell Ashley Young.

    “He is a good player but he belongs to Villa. We’ve not made any enquiries for him at all.”

    Jul 242010
     

    Villa boss Martin O’Neill is set for yet more uncomfortable times as Spurs prepare winger bid …..

    Lane Bound ? ..... Ashley Young

    Following all the furore surrounding his handling of the proposed James Milner to Man City move last week, Villa boss Martin O’Neill is set for more problems during this transfer window as Spurs boss Harry Redknapp is supposedly plotting a move for star winger Ashley Young.

    Many sources are currently claiming that White Hart Lane chiefs see Young as the perfect man to pair up with Gareth Bale on the Spurs left next season as the club head into their debut Champions League campaign.

    No fees have been mentioned as yet, but with recent talk linking both Robbie Keane and Jermain Jenas with moves to Villa Park you would imagine Harry Redknapp would be looking to involve either one or even both players in any prospective deal.

    Would you be pleased to see Ashley Young in a Spurs shirt come August? Is he the answer to our left sided conundrum? Who else do you feel Harry and Levy should be looking at before the new campaign gets underway?

    As usual, all comments are welcome in the box below ……
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    Jul 172010
     

    Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is trying to offload Robbie Keane to Aston Villa to finance a deal to bring Craig Bellamy to the Lane.

    Spurs Hitman To Villa?

    This rumour just won’t go away so looks likely to happen, we know Harry is a big admirer of Bellamy. Keane looks certain to leave Tottenham for a second time, he has seen himself drop down the pecking order at the club and knows he can get first team football elsewhere,

    Now today we have been linked with Fabiano which gets me more excited at the prospect of seeing Bellamy in our lovely new Spurs kit next season. What I can’t understand is, why are we watching Man City improve their squad and taking the players they had last season who couldn’t get them into the Champions League but yet Harry expects them to do it for us?

    In all fairness Craig Bellamy did have a decent season for City last season, but I wouldn’t like to see the likes of Defoe,Pav or Crouchy on the bench for that little trouble maker. He is similar to Robbie Keane except with a bad sulky attitude if he don’t get his way. Decent player but if we want to push on then im afraid we need to aim a bit higher than Craig Bellamy, the thing that pains me is I can see this deal actually happening. Oh well faith in “Arry” and all that.

    Full Tottenham Premiership 2010/11 Fixture List

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    Jun 172010
     

    Fixtures announced this morning see Spurs host Man city on the opening day, followed by a trip to Stoke.

    August 10
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 14th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Man City
    Sat 21st 15:00 Premier League Stoke vs Tottenham
    Sat 28th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Wigan
    September 10
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 11th 15:00 Premier League West Brom vs Tottenham
    Sat 18th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Wolverhampton
    Sat 25th 15:00 Premier League West Ham vs Tottenham
    October 10
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 2nd 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Aston Villa
    Sat 16th 15:00 Premier League Fulham vs Tottenham
    Sat 23rd 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Everton
    Sat 30th 15:00 Premier League Man Utd vs Tottenham
    November 10
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 6th 15:00 Premier League Bolton vs Tottenham
    Tue 9th 19:45 Premier League Tottenham vs Sunderland
    Sat 13th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Blackburn
    Sat 20th 15:00 Premier League Arsenal vs Tottenham
    Sat 27th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Liverpool
    December 10
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 4th 15:00 Premier League Birmingham vs Tottenham
    Sat 11th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Chelsea
    Sat 18th 15:00 Premier League Blackpool vs Tottenham
    Sun 26th 15:00 Premier League Aston Villa vs Tottenham
    Tue 28th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Newcastle
    January 11
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 1st 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Fulham
    Wed 5th 19:45 Premier League Everton vs Tottenham
    Sat 15th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Man Utd
    Sat 22nd 15:00 Premier League Newcastle vs Tottenham
    February 11
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Wed 2nd 19:45 Premier League Blackburn vs Tottenham
    Sat 5th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Bolton
    Sat 12th 15:00 Premier League Sunderland vs Tottenham
    Sat 26th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Arsenal
    March 11
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 5th 15:00 Premier League Wolverhampton vs Tottenham
    Sat 19th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs West Ham
    April 11
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 2nd 15:00 Premier League Wigan vs Tottenham
    Sat 9th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Stoke
    Sat 16th 15:00 Premier League Man City vs Tottenham
    Sat 23rd 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs West Brom
    Sat 30th 15:00 Premier League Chelsea vs Tottenham
    May 11
    Time Competition Home team Score Away team
    Sat 7th 15:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Blackpool
    Sat 14th 15:00 Premier League Liverpool vs Tottenham
    Sun 22nd 16:00 Premier League Tottenham vs Birmingham

    I owe Youn’ apology

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    Jun 162010
     

    Dear Younes Kaboul,

    Let me start off by admitting that – in your first spell at Spurs – I wasn’t particularly blown away by many of your performances when you first joined. They weren’t the best games of your career. Not much to say apart from maybe a sprinkling of decent games. But sadly not much else.

    Then you slinked off to Portsmouth without many of us noticing you were gone. However, you weren’t really gone because Portsmouth hadn’t actually paid the transfer fee. So Harry took you back into our arms claiming you had been something of a “late developer”. Boy, he wasn’t joking about that.

    Judging from past memories, I was feeling a little edgy about you being placed straight into the midfield against Everton in the thick of a serious top-four race, a pivotal time in our history. Some moves you made weren’t keeping me from colouring my pants a darker shade. But I have to say, your ability has now improved a lot more back at The Lane.
    Within weeks of that bumpy encounter, you’ve become a solid replacement for the injured Vedran Corluka at right-back, making some great tackles and strangely enough, you even set up Peter Crouch’s vital goal against Manchester City with a whipped cross to send Spurs into the Champions League.

    So with that, I apologise for being a harsh critic of you this year and rather prejudicial in your first season. As it turns out, I see you now as a blessing in disguise. Someone there when needed to step up. The 125th Anniversary game against Aston Villa in 2007 was actually well received by me. The goal you grabbed against Aston Villa on the 125th Anniversary of the club in the last minute, which was rather useful in making the occasion a happy one. Then you stepped up once more to help Spurs into the Champions’ League for the first time in years.

    I therefore doff my hat to you and hope you stay as you have just contributed to the writing of a shiny new chapter in our history, as well as yours.

    Thank You(-nes).

    Yours Sincerely,

    DaveYid (plus a few others I’m sure).