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      Reply #600: Sep 02, 2015 01:30:36 am
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFxUe2Iw_88

       :lmao:  :lmao:

      He's right though. They are run by a tight-arse who would bargain even for a pack of mentos.

       :lmao:

      That's a proper rant!
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      Reply #601: Sep 02, 2015 02:23:39 am

      He almost hates Levy as much as you hate Spurs :lmao:

      That is one hell of a rant though, fair play to the fella I think he carries the sentiment of a lot of football fans towards the money grabbing owners of today. I wonder where it will head, have done for a while, the detachment of the average fan from the game is widening and without the bums on seats believing they're actually getting what they paid for it will collapse. It could be 200 years from now but it'll happen.
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      Reply #602: Sep 02, 2015 10:46:08 am
      He almost hates Levy as much as you hate Spurs :lmao:

      That is one hell of a rant though, fair play to the fella I think he carries the sentiment of a lot of football fans towards the money grabbing owners of today. I wonder where it will head, have done for a while, the detachment of the average fan from the game is widening and without the bums on seats believing they're actually getting what they paid for it will collapse. It could be 200 years from now but it'll happen.

       :lmao:

      Seriously though, you are right in what you say. It has become a fragmented relationship between club and supporter which is only going to get worse.
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      Reply #603: Sep 02, 2015 11:00:43 am
      It's amazing that Eriksen and Lloris have stuck around with them.  They could easily be at big clubs.
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      Reply #604: Sep 02, 2015 02:23:24 pm
      It's amazing that Eriksen and Lloris have stuck around with them.  They could easily be at big clubs.

      Could be? They should be! Great players those two. I'd take them both here in a heartbeat.
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      Reply #605: Sep 02, 2015 03:14:17 pm

      Loved it how he gets into the song during the end :laugh:
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      Reply #606: Sep 02, 2015 05:07:06 pm
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFxUe2Iw_88

       :lmao:  :lmao:

      He's right though. They are run by a tight-arse who would bargain even for a pack of mentos.

      Right GeorgeRed, since watching this vid, I've went on a youtube bender of footy vids (since this morning), don't know whether to thank you or what haha.
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      Reply #607: Sep 17, 2015 08:39:02 pm
      Heung-min Son has already got 2 goals. Gutted he signed for Spurs.
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      Reply #608: Sep 17, 2015 08:41:09 pm
      Heung-min Son has already got 2 goals. Gutted he signed for Spurs.

      Rather wait until they play a half decent team before pining over him too much like
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      Reply #609: Sep 17, 2015 08:47:47 pm
      Rather wait until they play a half decent team before pining over him too much like

      Fair point. He was great at Leverkusen, though, so I've seen enough of him in a top league.
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      Reply #610: Sep 18, 2015 09:25:47 am
      Must be awful to be a Spurs supporter.  They seem to be stuck in mediocrity even more than we are.  Perpetually finishing between 5th and 7th.  Good players like Eriksen/Lloris etc but nothing substantial to show for it.
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      Reply #611: Sep 18, 2015 12:40:55 pm
      Fair point. He was great at Leverkusen, though, so I've seen enough of him in a top league.

      I like him as well.
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      Reply #612: Sep 18, 2015 12:41:25 pm
      Must be awful to be a Spurs supporter.  They seem to be stuck in mediocrity even more than we are.  Perpetually finishing between 5th and 7th.  Good players like Eriksen/Lloris etc but nothing substantial to show for it.

      Better football to watch maybe?
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      Reply #613: Sep 18, 2015 06:35:32 pm
      Must be awful to be a Spurs supporter.  They seem to be stuck in mediocrity even more than we are.  Perpetually finishing between 5th and 7th.  Good players like Eriksen/Lloris etc but nothing substantial to show for it.

      How I'd kill to have a few of the Spurs players in our team.
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      Reply #614: Sep 18, 2015 11:14:59 pm
      How I'd kill to have a few of the Spurs players in our team.

      which ones? 

      the only ones I'd take would be Lloris and Eriksen.  Dembele on his day is a beast but is way too inconsistent.  Kane is overrated.  Lamela struggles in the league.  Chadli is okay.
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      Reply #615: Sep 19, 2015 12:10:38 am
      which ones? 

      the only ones I'd take would be Lloris and Eriksen.  Dembele on his day is a beast but is way too inconsistent.  Kane is overrated.  Lamela struggles in the league.  Chadli is okay.

      Son.
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      Reply #616: Sep 19, 2015 01:20:22 am
      which ones? 

      the only ones I'd take would be Lloris and Eriksen.  Dembele on his day is a beast but is way too inconsistent.  Kane is overrated.  Lamela struggles in the league.  Chadli is okay.

      Kane might be overrated but I think he's actually pretty good - not just a good goalscorer, the lad can play. Has struggled for goals so far though, it is always harder to maintain high standards but I think at some point he'll start banging them in again.

      What about Vertonghen?
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      Reply #617: Sep 19, 2015 03:38:34 am
      Kane might be overrated but I think he's actually pretty good - not just a good goalscorer, the lad can play. Has struggled for goals so far though, it is always harder to maintain high standards but I think at some point he'll start banging them in again.

      What about Vertonghen?

      I think there's an intelligence to Kane's play that really maximises his goalscoring ability. His goal against Switzerland over a week ago showed that. We shouldn't overhype the guy but I think he's definitely a worthy player fit for any squad at the top of the league. Would also take Vertonghen. Anything over those clowns Skrtel and Lovren would be ideal.
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      Reply #618: Sep 19, 2015 03:32:03 pm
      which ones? 

      the only ones I'd take would be Lloris and Eriksen.  Dembele on his day is a beast but is way too inconsistent.  Kane is overrated.  Lamela struggles in the league.  Chadli is okay.

      Eriksen, Lloris, Son and Vertonghen for me. I'd take a punt on Dier too. Think there's a player in him.
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      Reply #619: Sep 19, 2015 11:03:14 pm
      Eriksen, Lloris, Son and Vertonghen for me. I'd take a punt on Dier too. Think there's a player in him.

      Don't really know what Son is like but the other 3 for sure IMO.
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      Reply #622: Jul 23, 2018 01:22:11 pm
      Having a weird summer aren't they?

      Pretty much their entire first 11 went deep into the World Cup and they still haven't signed anyone.

      Interesting to see their 11 for their opening game.
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      Reply #623: Jul 23, 2018 01:35:48 pm
      Having a weird summer aren't they?

      Pretty much their entire first 11 went deep into the World Cup and they still haven't signed anyone.

      Interesting to see their 11 for their opening game.

      I reckon they will get Grealish and Zaha before the window shuts.
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      Re: Tottenham Hotspur
      Reply #624: Sep 03, 2018 07:19:50 am
      We need an Official Lets All Laugh At The Spuds Thread.


      Interesting comments on BBC Sport ...

      Football is not like that because people start to figure you out and make life difficult - as Harry Kane found out at Vicarage Road.
      Is everything OK with Kane?


      Kane in the Premier League this season
                     Shots           Shots on target     Goals
      v Newcastle   2                  0                 0
      v Fulham           4                  2                 1
      v Manchester United   2          1                 1
      v Watford           2                  0                     0

      Despite scoring six goals and winning the Golden Boot, I was not 100% happy with Kane's performances at the World Cup. In many of the games, it was not the Harry Kane I know.

      When I see Kane at his best, he is not just scoring goals - that is the easy part for him. He is dominating back fours, he is taking the ball in and firing four or five shots off in a game with his left and right foot.

      I cannot remember the last time he did that. He is not striking shots from long range anymore. And you cannot put it down to tiredness - for 45 minutes against United he gave Phil Jones and Chris Smalling an absolutely torrid time.

      Against Watford, he was waiting for something to land on his plate. He had one opportunity late and headed over the crossbar. On his best form, he makes things happen.



      Interesting take on Mr K.



      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45391415

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