The Harry Kane Team 2017/18

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by chris63, 21 Jun 2017.

  1. almir

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    it's the beginning of the end of this group of their players. They'll have to pay them accordingly or they're all goners in next 2 years. You can't seriously expect players to play for half or less of what they could earn somewhere else just because you're building the stadium. They don't give a shit about that.
     
  2. The best thing about that is that it's us that have set the ball rolling by signing Walker. The fact that he's earning twice what they are will unsettle some of them.
    I hope they get picked clean just like Monaco have been this year.
     
  3. JPBB

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    Yep. This is Danny Rose. A good and much improved footballer. But just that.

    He will go to United for a fee bigger than Walkers. On the last day of the season. And still injured.

    Spurs will replace him with Ryan Sessegnon.
     
  4. domalino

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    If we win things this season, and Walker's lifting trophies, it'll break them.
     
  5. taleofbluehalves

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    Spurs will have missed their chance of the league. 2 years on the bounce they
    could have won it but they'll be back to square 1 without more investment. Levy's approach just won't work. 100m+ for Ali next summer?
     
  6. JPBB

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    Yes. Almost certainly.

    Does it matter? Spurs will build another team (and a stadium) and in a few years and they will challenge again.

    Spurs can not (and do not) expect to compete every year. That is their place in the World. 6th biggest club in the country. In the next few years they will overtake Liverpool to be the 5th biggest club. So a realistic goal is a title challenge every five years. That is a big improvement on where they were.
     
  7. taleofbluehalves

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    It's taken a long time since they were challengers and it will take time again. Last time they were was around 2010-12. Looks how much has changed since then? They've really missed their chance.
     
  8. 117 M34

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    What????
     
  9. JPBB

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    More like 1987

    But that is my point. If Spurs can now challenge every 5 years. That is a big improvement.
     
  10. BlueHammer85

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    Still cant get my head round that someone earning 40k a week feels unpreciated because another player is earning 60k or 80k a week... i mean, fuck me, 40k a week , A WEEK! A FUCKING WEEK!
     

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