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RIght lads, lets get this forum back in gear!

What did we think of the first game. We were definitely lucky to come out with 3 points in that one, despite how lacking our squad is at the moment.

Lloris had a great game, and hopefully he can continue his World Cup form into this season as there were a few question marks last year.

Aurier had a mixed bag. I thought that on the whole he had a pretty bad day, with a lot of lost possession and poor decisions. However, his pass for Dele's winner was incredible so he made up for it. I've no doubt that Trippier is a much better full-back, but let's see how the big Ivorian does in his second PL season.

Sanchez had a good game, although Vertonghen stole the show. Sanchez came very close once from a corner and provided the header which Vertonghen hit home. I'm still very keen for Aldeweireld to get back in Lilywhite before United and Liverpool.

Vertonghen had a fantastic game, controlling the tempo, organising Davies and making some crucial interceptions. He's getting better each year and his a true Spurs legend. Also first goal for us since 2013/14!

Davies had an ok game. It is really obvious that Danny Rose's injuries have really affected our team's performances since he won the best LB in the league award. Davies is good for some games, but he is so often caught out. That said he made two very important blocks but we really need Rose back in the 11.

Dier I thought was a bit rusty but that said he did an amazing job considering who he was partnering in midfield. Saved Sissoko and Aurier a couple of times by drawing fouls, but its obvious he needs someone with the intelligence of Winks/Wanayama/Dembele next to him in order to thrive.

Sissoko is woeful and I'm so disappointed he's still at the club. Give Amos a go or even Skipp! Sissoko is the worst player I've seen in a Spurs shirt and he's hindering the progress of our young players.

Eriksen looked sharp. He looked like he'd gone up a gear. I really hope this is his year to become completely world class.

Lucas had one of the worst games I've seen of him but he was being asked to support Kane rather than playing in his favoured RW position. Kane offered him very little in terms of knockdowns and Lucas, when he got the ball, couldn't offer as much as we've seen from him. Still, I think he's going to be a very key player for us this year.

Dele had an awesome game, and it was nice to see him get a goal in his first game back from the World Cup. Big things to come from this lad.

Kane had a terrible game. Rushed back when we should have gone for Llorente.

Overall, a good three points. This is the team I really hope can be back and competing soon:

--------------------------------Kane-------------------------------------
-Dele---------------------------Eriksen----------------------------Lucas-
-----------------__Dembele------------------_Dier------------------------
-Rose--------------Vertonghen-------_Aldeweireld--------------Trippier--
--------------------------------Lloris-------------------------------------

Let's show Fulham what they've been missing in the premier on Saturday! I already predict a 4-1 victory! COYS!
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Pretty spot on in your observations imo. I think Dier had a pretty good game, esp considering he had to be it all. He took responsibility in that midfield.
Vertonghen, just excellent!
Moura was disappointing, after having had a decent preseason. He needs to take his chances now. Kane was awful. He was actually worse than Sissoko and that puts it in perspective. It's been quite a while since Kane had a really good game. We're talking many months and moons ago!

The two disappointments I had about the transfer window was that nobody came and offered us back those 30 mill for Sissoko, and that nobody bought Trippier for 50 mill.
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I think there's something about Trippier that you're not telling us. He didn't come to New Zealand and steal the love of your life did he? ;)

Like him or not (I do) hes our best right back at the moment.
Good result in the first game. not so good game.

i wonder if everyone's gone by now? :) if not, shall we do a little fantasy football competition?
Barca - Spurs kick-off in two hours. Official live stream here www.internationalchampionscup.com
Nooooooo... This whole time I didn't know where to watch these ICC matches 😭😭
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I've watched bits and pieces from the US tour. It's been a mixed bag, not sure what to make of it. Kyle Walker-Peters had a good first and third game but he struggled vs Barcelona. Their first goal came after poor marking from KWP and Carter-Wickers. The latter doesn't have much pace but he otherwise put in a lot of good blocks and tackles. Lamela and Moura were great against Roma. Moura had a good 1st half against Barcelona but then disappeared in the 2nd half before he was taken off. N'Koudou looked lively against Barcelona and scored the equalizer. He also scored the winner against Milan.
With our lack of any signings in this transfer window, it would be great if N'Koudou, Moura and Lamela (and Winks & Rose) manage to play big roles. Lamela only played the Roma game as he was nursing a minor muscle injury. Aurier has so much potential to be a great asset on right back, if he just settles into the right head space.
Some of our other youngsters did not look out of place, like Georgiou, Amos and especially Oliver Skipp who's still only 17.
Hey North. Got any comments about Trips performances? Easily the best RB at the world cup in my opinion. Has put in some absolute shifts. Along with Pickford and Maguire I think he has been the surprise hero of England's WC
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Trippier wasn't the best RB at the world cup cos he wasn't a RB at all.

He played magnificently and arguably Englands best performer of the tournament. He was whipping balls in from the wing, taking corners, taking (&scoring) free-kicks.... He was deservedly drawing comparisons to being the new Beckham; he was effectively playing as a RM.

But that's the strength of Southgate and key to why we got to the Semi Finals; he moulded our tactics and shape to the personnel instead of going the other way round. Trippier was given the right amount of freedom going forward when he has Walker (worlds most expensive fullback) covering him. Walker was sacrificed to cover a CB role with his speed because he lacks Trippier's superior crossing.

Take all this back to Spurs, and you cannot expect the same freedom for Trippier who will have to play as an out and out RB.
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I still find him totally overrated. It's still very limited what comes out of his crosses and people comparing him with Beckham and de Bruyne are just ridiculous. He had a decent World Cup but he still comes short when it counts and was indirectly to blame both for Croatia's winner and for Belgium's first yesterday. Easily pushed off the ball and then not capable of getting near to stop the assists.
But it looks like I'll have to suffer through more of this annoying dude in a Spurs shirt. I'm just hoping some team with too much money is going to come and take him away for 50 mill.

As much as we all cheered for England, they had a very lucky path through this World Cup and both Croatia and Belgium deservedly beat them.
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nice to see so many spurs players at the world cup. wishing king harry a gold medal.
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Hopefully Hugo will lift the trophy!
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Lloris is a world cup winner!!!
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...Is this some kind of code language?

I am intrigued.
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Or he really likes his new water cooler...
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If I wrote a review ("on any website") I would get a free 1 year extended warranty.
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So in the wake of Pochettino signing a new 5 year deal are you guys optimistic about Levy finally taking that next step and committing to paying your star players what they deserve?

I was always under the impression that Poch' would only stay if he got the assurances that Levy was finally going to invest properly on order to maintain a real title challenge again.
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With the increased cost of the stadium it's going to be another year or two before Levy is comfortable about splashing the cash.
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N'Dombele. Enough said.

Actually, not enough said. Kane to captain England at World Cup! Congratulations Harry! Good choice Gareth, Henderson won't be starting likely.
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Jan & Moose take on Jake Whiteall's (Arsenal fan) meditation challenge:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOYFsptt8h8

:'D
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Surprising but Rose will be staying

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/05/15/danny-rose-urges-spurs-support-mauricio-pochettino-quest-premier/
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Proves nothing except that he's once again trying to talk himself back into the team.

Apparently we are preparing new deals for Eriksen, Vertonghen, Lloris, Dier, Son, Kane; with Lamela & Rose on hiatus atm. Both have been injured this season but have come back strong. Lamela is Poch's favourite and so can't imagine him being sold but if Poch wanted to bring in Sessegnon, it would be Rose who has to go.

There will have to be some sales and Rose is definitely floating around the bracket of potentials to leave. He has to pay lip service knowing that he fcked up last year.

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Re Sessegnon: It will all depend on the result of the play-off final this weekend. If Fulham win promotion he will stay with them.
Wouldn't surprise me to see Fulham promoted and Sessegnon still being sold/loan-back deal.
Fulham won promotion after another Sessegnon assist. It will be the best thing for him to start his Premier League career with Fulham.
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