- 14 Apr 2011
- That's it! Had enough of this Tripe.
The above answers the point I made, i.e. poch wants resources to work with but Levy hasn't flashed the cash yet.Above all, I think Levy is terrified of losing Poch. And, by all accounts, Poch has read Levy the riot act........”get me the players that I need or I walk.” Poch is not satisfied with merely qualifying for the CL. He wants to be in with a real and consistent chance of winning the biggest trophies. He wants to compete on at least something of an equal footing. If he can’t do it at Spurs, he has no shortage of admirers at clubs that can give him what he wants.
Fortunately for Spurs, Levy should now be in a strong position to back his manager. The new stadium is a game changer. Sure, there is a big pile of debt to service and repay. But the added income generated by the new stadium will easily cover that and leave plenty more to spare. Levy knows that he has to pony up now.
That won’t stop him being Levy, of course. He’ll still fight over every penny. It just means that Spurs can realistically go after players that we couldn’t previously have afforded.
Is this about Ndombele? I've just read the deal is done but saw £55m so not sure it's the same one. Not that prices in the media can be trusted.65m is a great price for a potentially brilliant player.
As i said earlier,the Rags would have loved to attract a player like him.......Congratulations Spurs,for the signing and for being more relevant
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