Discussion in 'football' started by nuffsaid, Jun 22, 2017.
if people playing well's for the reason you suggest clearly none of the spurs players want to leave
Right now, you'd take any consolation, wouldn't you?
Possibly barring Danny Rose (or even that might be media horseshit) I really don't think any of them do. It'd be a different question if the likes of Real or Barca came in for them of course - but leaving aside our recent blip, they've seen a steady upward trend under Poch, we've just topped the "Group Of Death" in the Champions League, and at least up until a couple of weeks ago we'd amassed the same points total as this point last year. Athough much has been made of our wages, the truth is that in the EPL only the mega-rich clubs (Man U, City, you lot, Chelsea, Liverpool) and 6 more in the rest of the world pay more than Spurs. Our wage structure's as it should be for the club to be sustainable as it is. Once the stadium's built that may change - Levy's done it in a way that won't saddle us with crippling debt unlike some others in the past...
Dele will go to Real sometime in the next few years. Maybe Eriksen, who'd actually be far more difficult to replace. It's hard to tell with Vertonghen and Alderweireld as they don't say much, but they don't say much. As long as Poch stays and we keep making progress I can't see Kane leaving - he's got a genuine desire to go down in history as a one-club Spurs legend instead of just a great player who moved around the big clubs.
Thought Arsenal put in a phenomenal 30 mins in that game against United, consistent and dangerous pressure forced United to have 11 players trapped in their six yard box.
Is it #wengerout or #wengerin at the moment?
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