CLEAN SHEET

Brad Friedel’s latest appearance for Tottenham saw him maintaining a clean sheet throughout the entire match they played against Tromsø in the Europa League as they overcame their opponents with a final score of 2-0.

Hugo Lloris’ most recent performances has not seen him being at his very best and this may be after the demoralizing match against Manchester City some weeks ago as they lost 6-0 against the team of Manuel Pellegrini.

FRIEDEL LEFT OUT

The 42 years old goalkeeper of Tottenham Brad Friedel has been left out of the main squad ever since the club signed Hugo Lloris in a transfer fee of €10 million.

Even though the manager of Tottenham Andre Villas-Boas had already stated that the American goalkeeper would remain as his number one choice, it does not seem as his words were actually valid.

The last encounter that Brad Friedel made a full appearance was in Tottenham’s encounter against Aston Villa during the Capital One Cup but other than that match all the others was Hugo Lloris in the goalkeeper position.

STRONGER

Brad Friedel doesn’t think that Gareth Bale’s exit this summer has weakened Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham sold Bale to Real Madrid during the pre-season transfer window at a record transfer fee of 85.3 million Pounds.

This is believed to be a huge blow for the Spurs as Bale had performed brilliantly for them last season. But, Friedel’s opinions are a bit different. According to him, rather than getting weakened, Tottenham has actually been strengthened after Bale’s exit.

Brad Friedel targets silverware with Spurs

Veteran goalkeeper Brad Friedel has stated that Tottenham Hotspur are gunning for a title in the 2013-14 season and the American is not ruling out a challenge for the Premier League as well. The North London club came very close to securing a fourth place in the Premier League and secure European football for next season before missing out on the last day of the season to fierce rivals Arsenal.

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EUROPEAN GOALS

The goalkeeper of Tottenham Hotspur, Brad Friedel, has said that winning the Europa League was one of the goals of his team before the start of this season and he is glad that his team is on the right track to achieve that goal.

The Spurs are on the verge of making their way into the final 8 of the Europa League. They secured a 3-0 win against Internazionale on Thursday. They will face Inter Milan again after a week and if they manage to safeguard their lead in that match, they will be into the quarterfinals.

DERBY DAYS

Tottenham Hotspur will face Arsenal in a Premier League clash at White Hart Lane on Sunday. It will be the 28th match for both the teams in the tournament.

The result of this match can change the position of both the teams in the points table. Currently, the Spurs are at no. 3, Chelsea is at no. 4 and Arsenal is at no. 5. But, there is not much difference between these three teams in terms of points. Chelsea has only two points less than Tottenham, while, Arsenal has only two points less than Chelsea.

AVB WANTS BRAD TO STAY

The Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has said that he wants to keep the American International Brad Friedel at the club, despite the 41-year-old coming to the end of his contract. The former Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper has been one of the best in the Premier league over the past couple of seasons.

PLAYERS LET THE FANS DOWN

The Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel has said that he feels that the players let down the fans extremely in the recent 1-0 defeat against Wigan. This was the second straight home defeat for Tottenham, which meant that they have now slipped behind the title contenders quite heavily in the Premier league table.

Brad Friedel reckons that it was just an awful day for the players, and they need to hold up their hands and say that they did not perform well for the entire match. Ben Watson scored the second half goal that gave Wigan a very unlikely victory at White Hart Lane.

AVB HAILS FRIEDEL

The manager of Tottenham Hotspur, Andre Villas Boas, has hailed his veteran goalkeeper Brad Friedel for making some brilliant saves in the second half of the match against Queens Park Rangers which was played at the White Hart Lane on 23rd of September.

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