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Well, good news. Capoue, La Tank, is back in training. Yay I guess...
He could be one of the ones that goes this summer.
The sad truth.
So, it looks like LVG is moving to United. I can not say that I am the least surprised. I guess we have to look forward to someone else taking the reigns to Spurs.
Lets go for de boer!
So I was talking to a friend of mine this morning, he was wondering how I'd react if Spurs ended up with Moyes next season. I was like 'there's no way in hell' but seriously though, I'd lose my s**t if we appointed Moyes.

How would you guys react if we appointed Moyes next season?
I'd be shocked! it'd be a poor mans option. I could see him going to somewhere like Newcastle.
Sure would be better than "Woy" Hodgson though. He will most likely be gone from England after the World Cup so the risk exists.
Am I the only person who would love for us to sign moyes on at least a 3 year deal. But we actually have to stick to the 3 year deal lol
Man, Timmy just can't stop self-promoting. Says he spotted Eriksen some years back and told Levy to sign him up. Hah.

Also, according to him, Kane wouldn't have had a chance under other managers. Dafuq is this guy on? His predecessor used Kane quite a bit.
+4
Like you said. He is a self promoter. He wants to manage a team. So any chance he gets, he will jump at it.
+3
Yeah, Timothy said he spotted him at Wembley, while Eriksen said he hadn't played at Wembley.. lol
+1
He needs to remember that he thought Suarez wasn't good enough, and SHUT UP!!!
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Exactly what LockStock has said.
So the latest news' Moyes' going to get sacked.

This is out of the blue, but if you were LVG, who would you choose?

Spurs or Manchester United?

I'd be one pissed potato if he chose United over us.
Wouldn't be surprised if he went to United, they are a bigger name and probably less of a challenge.
True. Sadly, I can see him choosing Man Utd over us. We will see what happens.
If Moyes goes, LVG will go there I'm afraid.
Van Gaal would most likely go to United :/ Nothing really you can do, maybe offering a better salary pay and transfer budget than what United are offering.
Even as a completely biased Arsenal fan, I think Van Gaal would do better at Spurs than Utd. The number of problems to sort out are significantly lower at Spurs. So, unless he is drawn by the United brand, the logical choice should be London rather than Manchester.
Even since our link with Van Gaal, there's always been the hint that VG is interested in the situation with Man Utd. He has stated that he wants to conquer the Premier League as his last job before retiring. He's looking for a quick project with the highest chance of winning the league, is that us or Man Utd? Obvious answer there.

VG was never a certainty to Spurs, the speculation has just become a lot more open with regards to who we are going to bring in if Moyes is indeed getting the sack.
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^Actually mate, given Utd's predicament, I'd say you guys happen to have a better shot of winning the league. Utd's problem is not confined to Moyes, on the other hand, you guys just don't have a tactically astute coach, which is your team's sole problem. Squad strength wise, you guys are almost, if not already there.
^ couldnt disagree more to be honest. Moyes inherited the exact squad Ferguson left him, fair enough they are all a year older but they should have carried their victory pride along with them, Moyes failed miserably in my opinion.

The new manager going to Utd will most definitely be receiving a large spending fund in the summer. Think about how huge their empire is compared to us, they are on a completely different level. Tottenham on the other have had our overhaul already, VG or whatever will not get their own pot to play with, they will have to deal with the squad we have. Any manager going Utd will have the power to manipulate the squad to exactly how they want it. Utd is most definitely the obvious choice.
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^Well I certainly won't dispute that Utd have alot of money, but, you have to admit, SAF had Utd punching way above the squad's true potential. In all honesty, I can't see any other coach winning the league with that squad at his disposal. Let's not forget that Moyse has already replaced the entire backroom staff to compound their problems.

Now, let's compare that to the problem Spurs face, yeah, the overhaul is done, but the overhaul was a pretty good one. Eriksen and Lamela alone would make up for the Bale departure, that is, if a coach who knows how to fully utilise them comes in. Granted Bale carried Spurs last year, but who's to say Eriksen and Lamela can't do the same? Particularly with a proper set up. A solid keeper, a good defence (albeit they're underperforming atm), a good midfield. All that's missing is a world class striker.

I suppose it is for these reasons why Spurs would be a better destination for VG. But of course it's just my opinion, not a certain fact.
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Yeah I agree with you Fayjay. If manure offers LVG the gig then Spurs have no chance.
http://thinkfootball.co.uk/archives/15131

Interesting little article on frank de boers tactics at Ajax

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If Levy allows Eriksen to leave and be sold this summer he should be shot!
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No chance!
Nah, for Levy he's not quite ripe for the milking. A couple more seasons and our fears might be justified.

I hope Lamela stays. The potential for creativity with him, Eriksen and Holtby is immense. Levy should build around these three.
Agree Amputsz, but if someone offered £40-45m for him now, I could see Levy selling him. In Levy's mind that is 4 times what we paid for him he doesn't care about the club going forward! I'm telling you either Lloris or Eriksen is going this summer.
Lets hope not, but considering his performances and the fact he is only 22, you just never know.
Oh for sure, if it comes to that. But I don't think anyone's gonna offer that much just yet (I hope).
I think Eriksen will stay, but as for Loris, and a few others, it all depends on who will be manager.
I always rated Eriksen high, no matter which club he's playing for :P one of the best signings you for guys this season. shame, was hoping to see lamela also in this spotlight, but oh well, guess it didnt work out.
So I just watched some highlights, and although I have no idea what the game was like for 90 minutes...
1. Eriksen. Since he's been on the pitch, we've played better. End of Story.
2. As awesome as Eriksen is, I still say Lloris for player of the season. Even after the concussion, he was still far better than the average PL keeper, and he's saved us from blushes nearly every game of the season.
3. I am feeling hopeful about Kane. I don't know if he'll ever be a world beater, but he could be a 15 goal a season rotation striker for us for years. LET ME DREAM.
4. I have no understanding of these players: Rose, Paulinho, Chadli. A new manager with a new plan would help, but I think Rose might be out of his depth.
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Agreed with all points. Our defenders are awful btw. Kaboul is a worse version of Alan hutton right now. Embarrassing that he had the captain's armband. I dont think he has done enough to warrant a new contract. Levy being levy would probably give him a year instead of letting him leave for nothing.

Kane has been immense in these past few matches. His link-up play is pretty good. He seems to do well when he has another striker to combine with.
Bit harsh on Kaboul Suraj I think

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5k9cBYaKu4

Recent interview on spursonline with him here, he knows hes not up to scratch yet and he wishes there was more time in the season to get more match fitness. He is coming back from a long time out. Give him time man, Alan Hutton comparisons are uncalled for haha, that's a low blow.
+1
LOL @ Chelsea. No Premiership title for you!

Liverpool deserve it this year. So consistent.
It's not sealed yet, but they've been so ruthless I'd be shocked if anything else happened.
Missed the game. Just got back from work. *Sigh*

Atleast we won 3-1. Remains to be seen if Sherwood can piss off every single one of our CDMs before the end of the season and make them all want to leave. Sandro not good enough. Honestly. A drunk dodo fossil has more sense.

How was Lennon today guys? I'm glad to keep seeing his name pop up on the assist sheet, and Kane might just prove himself to be good enough to be our third striker next season if he's performing at this rate! How was Paulinho? Another important goal form him from the looks of things.
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I thought Lennon was up there with Eriksen today. Incredible work rate and showed willingness to challenge their defense. Nice delivery too for Kane's goal.
Lennon: typical Lennon performance, hard-working, not really incisive but one of his crosses resulted in a goal today. Fulham's defense were poor though.

Paulinho: average performance, I'm not sure if he's going to give us more in the future but right now he is a mediocre midfield player who can cover ground and is sometimes a danger in the box.

Three goals in three starts for Kane, things are looking good for him. Positional sense is very good and he really stays focused. He rarely gets caught offside and is always a nuisance in the box.
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Cheers for the info SS. Will look for these when I watch the game later :)
Both strikers struggled to get involved in 1st half. Didn't think Paulinho was bad but Chadli was anonymous. Rose is an enigma, really keeps doing a lot of strange things. After the game he also had a heated argument with Tony Parks, don't know why.
+1
I have absolutely no idea what our back line will look like come next season. I very much so hope we keep Verts and sign a new LB.

Also, remember how everyone kept saying Kane isn't much of a striker? He seems to be doing alright. I hope we let the kid keep playing.
+3
Players that stood out: Eriksen (no surprise here), Lloris (again not surprising), Kane (I'm impressed with him, his presence and work rate have been great. Wins a lot of headers and is a nuisance in the box) and Lennon (decides to wake up with in the last 6 games remaining, not good enough of an excuse to start him next season imo, no matter how good he finishes the season).
Chadli I'm afraid is one of these players that contributes to nothing. He has had time to prove himself, and I wouldn't start him next season. Definitely a waste of money.
Paulinho is OK I guess. He can score goals and that is important for us!
Naughton was awful, we really can't have him playing anymore.
Rose was poor.
Kaboul was goodish.
Fryers needs time.
Conclusion: to keep Lloris and Eriksen this summer is going to be incredibly tough...
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^^^ Summed it up, apart from calling Kaboul good-ish. He was shocking again IMO. Eriksen will definitely stay, not so sure on hugo. We keep them both and we have a good base to build on.


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35
8
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4
14
35
9
44
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49
39
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11
11
35
10
43
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41
28
18
4
13
35
11
37
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48
38
18
7
10
35
12
36
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51
47
17
9
9
35
13
36
-9
43
34
18
6
10
34
14
35
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49
35
17
8
9
34
15
33
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54
41
13
15
6
34
16
32
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56
28
19
8
8
35
17
30
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31
19
9
7
35
18
30
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77
35
23
3
9
35
19
29
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33
19
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7
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