The Harry Kane Team 2017/18

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

  1. Blue Elvis

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  2. waspish

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    We all know they’ll turn up against us Poch will rest players for it midweek beating us be like a trophy for him;)
     
  3. BlueTG

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    Turning into a Liverpool this season. Winning some of their big matches, failing against fodder.
     
  4. Hoghead

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    The aura of Wembley is starting to slip. There were 42,679 at the CL match last night whereas nearly 83,782 turned up against Real Madrid.
     
  5. TravisBickle

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    As much as I hate Spurs this is a very unfair comparison.
     
  6. Hoghead

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    Yup, but nearly a 50% reduction for Champions League football in the Capital. How would that be portrayed if it was us?
     
  7. TravisBickle

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    42k is still a good turn out for a Champions League dead rubber against canon fodder opponents tbh.
     
  8. waspish

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    That’s a decent turn out for a dead rubber.
     
  9. KCblue

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    I can't remember who it was but someone on here mentioned the other day that they thought Spurs would focus on making as far a run as possible in the Champions League and finish outside of the top 5 to get a shot at the league with no European commitments next season. Not that I think they would deliberately do this for monetary reasons, but this is honestly Spurs' best chance of winning the league.
     
  10. Jason

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    and I bet the ticket prices were sky high as well as the cost if you wanted a drink or food at Wembley
     

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