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      LondonRed83
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      Reply #725: Apr 27, 2019 02:47:21 pm
      Think they are definitely hyped up to be better than they are, 12 defeats is shocking. To think they were tipped for being in the title race all the way at one point, now they are 21(?) points behind us.

      Would like to see them miss out on top 4, make that nice new stadium slightly harder to pay for. Good to see their first defeat there comes from West Ham.

      Very happy mate
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      Reply #726: Apr 27, 2019 03:03:15 pm
      I genuinely believe Ajax will knock them out.
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      Reply #727: Apr 27, 2019 03:10:08 pm
      Remind me of us under Rafa 04/05... troubled league campaign but go on to win Big ears..
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      Reply #728: Apr 27, 2019 03:25:14 pm
      Remind me of us under Rafa 04/05... troubled league campaign but go on to win Big ears..

      They can definitely win the CL but their league form is harder to comprehend than ours in 2004/05 because it is a much much better team and one that, giving their rise in stature these past 4 years, you would have thought could have been in the discussion for the title along with us.

      Didn't see the match but are they out of gas? They are quite an intense side.

      By contrast, I think Liverpool are the most energy conserving side in the top 6 such is our fairly drastic change in style this season. We are a far cry from the exhausting gegenpressen of Klopp's first couple of years with us.
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      Reply #729: May 01, 2019 10:59:23 am
      Got that fancy new stadium, incredible atmosphere, going to be a fortress etc. They’ve been there for a month, played about 4/5 games and already lost the same number of home games as we’ve managed in over 2 years. Ours came in the League Cup and FA Cup. They’ve managed it in the League to a local rival and in Europe.

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      Reply #730: May 01, 2019 02:02:56 pm
      Got that fancy new stadium, incredible atmosphere, going to be a fortress etc. They’ve been there for a month, played about 4/5 games and already lost the same number of home games as we’ve managed in over 2 years. Ours came in the League Cup and FA Cup. They’ve managed it in the League to a local rival and in Europe.



      IN fairness to them they are without a recognisable attack, but ts still a valid point.
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      Reply #731: May 01, 2019 03:12:01 pm
      IN fairness to them they are without a recognisable attack, but ts still a valid point.

      Every team has their injury problems mate, in the time frame I mentioned we’ve had a massive amount of injuries to our defence.
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      Reply #732: Jun 26, 2019 08:21:01 pm
      Got to say, Ndombele is an absolute monster of a midfielder! What a buy from Spurs.
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      Reply #733: Jul 02, 2019 06:15:32 pm
      Got to say, Ndombele is an absolute monster of a midfielder! What a buy from Spurs.
      Great signing.

      They get another couple of good signings in then they could be in the conversation next season. Similarities to our 17/18 season; finishing 4th, CL final, breaking transfer records.
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      Reply #734: Jul 02, 2019 08:40:20 pm
      He’s a good signing but why do I get the feeling they are going to be worse off for it? I didn’t think they had much to spend because of the amount of money put in and owed on the stadium, so is this an indication the talk of Eriksen leaving is actually going to be the case? Which if it is, I’d rather have Eriksen than Ndombele because they are going to lose so much creativity and then have Sissoko, Wanyama, Ndombele who are all very similar IMO (obviously different levels of quality but similar styles) maybe include Dier in that too. Other than an inconsistent Dele, the reliance on Kane and whoever plays out of Son and Moura has just increased.

      Don’t get me wrong, cracking player to sign but if it leads to the departure of Eriksen, I think they’ve made a big mistake.
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      Reply #735: Jul 02, 2019 10:23:11 pm
      Great signing.

      They get another couple of good signings in then they could be in the conversation next season. Similarities to our 17/18 season; finishing 4th, CL final, breaking transfer records.

      I think Eriksen will stay if they get another big signing. As you said, a couple more signings and they will have a squad and first eleven to compete for the title, but the question is, did they blow all their budget on Ndombele?!
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      Reply #736: Jul 17, 2019 02:15:23 am
      I think Eriksen will stay if they get another big signing. As you said, a couple more signings and they will have a squad and first eleven to compete for the title, but the question is, did they blow all their budget on Ndombele?!

      Were you surprised by this?
      https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jul/16/tottenhams-kieran-trippier-set-for-atletico-madrid-after-20m-fee-agreed

      Didn't think he would be that coveted, or that Spurs would be selling a first team player.
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