Spurs 2016/17

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Crouchinho, 16 Aug 2016.

  1. aguero93:20

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    Well, if that's the case, then he definitely turned up.
     
  2. jimharri

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    What about our quiet neighbours?

    #scintillatingfootball
     
  3. Crouchinho

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    Edge of the seat stuff. Jose guarantees a few medals but his brand of football is horrible
     
  4. Crouchinho

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    We need the stadium to compete really. It's not like football manager a 30 goal striker is difficult to find. Every one is chipping in goals but hopefully Jannsen becomes good
     
  5. burnley blue mcfc

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    More chance of bony coming good for us than that happening
     
  6. ancoats

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    look at your rival arsenal new stadium no league title for how long?? its the investment that the team lose on the field you can not balance them both and in the end you end up selling your best players to fund a manager. the only thing i every listen to and is right from fergie was the 3 year plan you have to build a new team every 3 years 6 or 7 players in and the old out if your team stands still for any longer they lose the hunger

    look spurs have a great manager and a very good squad but that's not enough you have to win when its your time and the rest are in transition leicester city did it and spurs should have done it. chelsea was not the team many are making out but got over the line that's what the big times do they win titles only 1 good signing a world class striker and spurs would have got over the line that 20 goals is the key to titles them tight away games when you just need that bit more. spurs and the manger will know it goals win titles and turn a draw into a win

    spurs have had 2 seasons now and you think the others will not get better even take a couple of players from spurs and next season wembley will be 19 cup finals for the visitors the lower to midtable teams dreams of playing at wembley will happen and spurs will get sick of teams rocking up wanting a cup final and beating you
     
  7. aguero93:20

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    The stadium is going to hinder your ability to compete if anything for the next 10 years or so - the extra revenue generated won't cover the repayments from what's been briefed to the media re the costs.
    I'd say if you could get an honest answer from Levy he'd be absolutely ecstatic just to tread water over that period by finishing top 4 in most seasons and that won't be what he's budgeting for.
     
  8. Leto

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    The slow version of when the saints go marching in makes the hairs stand up on the back of my neck, but then I have a medical condition where that happens when I am feeling nauseous and cringing as hard as I can.
     
  9. BlueHammer85

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    haha, agree, cringing, nicked from the saints and it sounds f*cking awful.
     
  10. crazyg

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    With Levy in charge?
     

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