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Slim chance that Dembele could stay one more year but the rumours that he'll leave for China this summer gets stronger.
Missed the match and cant find the full replay. Anyone able to summarise player performances for me? Please and thanks
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Lloris:

A couple of ropey catches, one that nearly cost us a goal and was a bit too keen to slow things down when we had a good counter attack on. Love the chap but he's been a bit out of form since we went out the CL.

Aurier:

Probably the most reckless player we've had since Chiriches. I don't see him as being a better defender than Trippier apart from his aerial prowess, and his passing is either backwards or shocking when he gets into a crossing position. Trippier has his faults but is undoubtedly the better full-back. However, hopefully the lad will do better after getting to know his team-mates and adjusting to the PL.

Aldeweireld: Put in a couple of fantastic tackles but didn't have much to do the entire game. I really think we should consider playing him against United but then maybe we could do with Sanchez pace against Sanchez. Not a decision I could make. Loved it that the fans chanted yiddo any time he made a tackle and did the Jan Jan Toby Toby chant!

Verty: Deserves his place in the PFA team of the year. If we keep Aldeweireld we will have undoubtedly the best CB pairing in Europe next season. Love this guy, and think he should be our captain if Hugo gets replaced between the sticks.

Davies: Had a poor game with some bad decisions. I think LB is a priority for the Summer Transfer market and I really hope that the rumours that Sessegnon is bound for spurs are true. Great servant but he's peaked imo.

Wanyama: Had a terrible first half and a better second half. Just hasn't been the same since his injury. Really hope this lad can get back to his best for next season as he was one of our best players last season.

Sissoko: s**t

Lucas: I would say our second best player after Eriksen. The lad is lightning quick and created some brilliant chances. Also his one touch football was brilliant. With a full pre-season, I can see him being one of the first names on the team-sheet next season.

Eriksen: Magnificent. This lad has upped his game hugely this season. I pray he stays at our club for next season and that we win a trophy for him because after Kane he is the player I worry about leaving the most.

Son: Had a poor game and couldn't get the better of Bruno in the first half. However, his persistance and skill in setting up Harry's goal was sublime. Really like this lad but confidence seems to be his biggest issue.

Kane: Was off the mark all game. Either recent criticism of him claiming the goal, or his recent ankle injury has affected him. Was unlucky to slip over at some crucial periods. Really need him at full flow vs United.

Subs: Lamela - Sometimes I think his one-footedness is a big weakness, as his passing is restricted. However, I think that he is going to be world class next season as he seems to have worked on his right-footed shots recently. Love the guys enthusiasm as well.
Dembele: Poch was saving him for Saturday otherwise he should have come on earlier. I hope to god the rumours of him going to China aren't true. Give us one more season Moose! We need to win something otherwise his career would have been a slight waste!
Llorente: n/a

Overall the central midfield duo killed our chances of winning this game. Sissoko passed the ball as soon as he got it and so no player was drawn and no space created. Wanyama looked seriously off the mark.

Not too worries about the league now unless Chelsea make a later surge. Just please get us to the FA Cup final boys!!

My team vs United:

----------------------------Vorm/Lloris-------------------------------------Trippier----------Alde/Sanchez---------Verty----------------------Rose--
-----------------------Dembele--Dier-------------------------------------
-Son------------------------Dele---------------------------------Eriksen--
----------------------------------Kane------------------------------------

COYS!!!
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Thanks a lot bud!

I still puzzle over how Sissoko is getting games. Apparently Poch has been impressed by his attitude and training this season I read somewhere. I struggle to remember a single game where he has produced anything. I would be so up for taking a hit on him and moving him on for cheap in the summer.
He's trying to get some decent money for him in the summer I reckon
Pretty spot on in most of that. But for some reason your Aurier/Trippier view is stuck so far from the reality I see. While Trippier goes hiding instead of dealing with threats, Aurier will always go into battle, regardless of who the opposition is. While Aurier is capable of beating a man and being an attacking threat, Trippier won't challenge - it's 99% backpasses followed by a raised arm and shouting at team mates to do what he never dared. Aurier definitely needs more polishing but he has so much more potential to be great than Trippier will ever have. In that respect he's not unlike what Walker was earlier in his career.
Our biggest crisis though is on LB, where Davies has been our worst for several consecutive games and Rose presumably will be gone in the summer. Unfortunately, Sessegnon probably won't come to us - IF Fulham is promoted to the Premier League.
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Aurier's first season in the Premier League, with no Pre-season as he arrived on deadline day, coming off a season at PSG where he had been frozen out and barely played. Poch is the perfect manager to get the best out of him, like he's done with Rose and Walker.

"In that respect he's not unlike what Walker was earlier in his career."-perfectly summed up. With all the right credentials to be as good/better.

@9points9seconds It puzzles me how much hate Sissoko still seems to get for basically doing his job. Considering Dembeles fitness will always have a question mark, and Wanyama's form had waned this season in light of his injury problems; Sissoko has done exactly what Poch brought him in to do, hence why he gets the games he does. Poch isn't stupid, he never brought Sissoko on in games expecting him to turn it around, he was always played to be the safe midfielder; disciplined in his positioning and focusing on what he's on to do. Poch loves him for this reason, and by the same reasoning, why Pogba has been getting so much flack from Mourinho, being brought off at HT of games because of his lack of discipline in a defensive role.

Don't get me wrong, Sissoko may be an infuriating player, but no less infuriating to me than watching Trippier play. You say you struggle to remember a game where he had done anything of note, but he was never brought in to do that so it can't be used against him.
Dear oh dear. Well played Brighton, and hopefully Dele, Dier and Trippier are raring for Saturday. Because there is no doubt that Trips is the better full-back, despite his flaws.
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We don't have a single decent fullback anymore. Trippier and Davies still the worst.
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Aurier is a country mile worse than Trippier my friend. Davies has been better than Rose when Rose has played (his injury has been a massive blow to our season) but I agree, they're both mid-table full backs.

I think Walker-Peters should have had a few more outings and I hope we've got sessegnon wrapped up
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Except for that penalty, I thought Aurier was one of the better tonight.
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big game tonight!

Our team:

--------------------------------Lloris--------------------------------------
-Aurier----------------Aldeweireld-------Vertonghen----------------Davies-
--------------------------Sissoko----Wanyama-----------------------------
-Lucas---------------------------Eriksen------------------------------Son-
---------------------------------Kane--------------------------------------

Big game for Alde and Aurier. I'm predicting 4-1 Spurs, Kane Hatrick and Lucas! COYS![
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Would be good if Kane finds his boots again but maybe a tad bit optimistic.
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City are so good. The pace along their front line is ridiculous.
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I thought you guys would be complaining about the wrongly awarded penalty. Pretty classy to say what you said.
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It was so tight I don't think anyone can blame the ref for giving it. Not to mention it might've even been a red. And also City deserved to be 2-0 up at that point anyways so really nothing to complain about.

Obviously it's hard to watch your team's defense get carved open again and again but I don't think there was much the players could've done against this City team. Vertonghen had an amazing performance and Sanchez made a couple mistakes but was pretty solid imo and also made some good last ditch challenges. But it still could've easily been 5-1 let alone the 3-1 we ended with.

Congratulations on a historic season!
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Not going to beat City without fullbacks and with an out of form striker.
Vertonghen was class, again.
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Yea North, Vertonghen has been so good this season and he was at his best yesterday. Love watching him play.
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Eriksen needs to be a sport and just give that goal to good ol' Harry.
+2
That's Harry's repayment for the goal last week.
Harry Kane scores when he wants!
*claims a goal when he wants
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If that was true he'd have 65 goals this season lol
"It's the history of [Juventus]"
+2
Memes are now surfacing about the Eriksen/Kane goal debacle and they are literal gold

https://twitter.com/vonstrenginho/status/983438673856385024
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The club has launched an appeal to get the goal awarded to Kane. He is really gagging to make up the ground he lost whilst out injured
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Can't see the point of appealing it. They've already reviewed it and decided it was Eriksen's goals. At the very most the ball must have just brushed his shoulder, so really should be Eriksen's goal regardless. I also thought Kane looked pretty disappointed after the first goal, when Dele opted to wait for Eriksen rather than play the ball to him. He'd better just start banging them in like he used to.
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Kane's really showing his true colours with the pursuit of this goal. His desperation proves his hunger and desire to win as many personal trophies as he can. Club trophies are a different matter, but he should fight for whatever he can get.

Personally, I find it quite sad. It was difficult for me to hear him say "I swear on my daughter's life I touched it", stinks of desperation to me and how I wish he could have just said "Important thing is we won the game. There's 6 games left and I'll be gunning for that golden boot and back at it again against City" but whatever.

The club's decision to appeal the goal though,as petty as it is, is a sign of great support for one of our own.
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What about Eriksen? Isn't he one of your own too?

Gotta say, this whole ordeal made Kane seem real petty and desperate.
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If he touched it, then its his goal. End off.

He's just been awarded the goal.
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Amazing, as there was no concluding evidence from the footage. They changed their mind "after the player's testimony".

Alan Shearer: "I wonder if they will give me the other nine I also scored but were not given! #269 #appeal."
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@Iscodisco what about Eriksen? He came out and said he supported Kane too. He didn't say he wanted the goal with Spurs going ahead to back Kane instead of Eriksen... Great team support / ethic if you ask me. Everyone at the club will be aware of how ambitious Kane is. Yes petty and desperate, but Kane would not be the striker he is today without having that selfish streak in him. PL record is constantly brought up in discussions and every goal counts. Can't knock him for it.

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