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A great article on our new stadium

http://espurs.blogspot.com/2017/01/tomorrow-dawns.html?m=1
Well, we certainly got away with highway robbery in that game - but I'll take it.
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Stole a point there

Hugo won't sleep tonight
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Got away with a terrible performance and two major mistakes from Hugo. So damn lucky.
Vertonghen out, so his little bro Alderweireld gets injured too :(
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They said it was a precaution so hopefully he's alright
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Need to step it up massively if we are going to get anythingta out off this.
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That young Brazilian guy who City have just bought called Jesus ( he's like a new Neymar ) can make his debut for them this weekend against us and that could make a real difference but other than that I think we should beat them.
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All things considering, the only real difference will be the mental strength of our teams. It doesn't matter who City have or play in the team, if they are mentally ready to beat us they will.
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Spurs showed plenty of character, despite the awful goalkeeping.
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“I’m happy for Pochettino and how they are doing,” he says. “Things didn’t work out between us but he is a great manager and we still have a good relationship despite what people might think. We still keep in touch – he is a good guy and has changed Tottenham. I don’t know whether the fans there hate me or love me but they should remember one thing, which is that there was a time when I scored goals for them and made them happy.”

Adebayor in an interview with The Guardian. Interesting words...
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This guy has always been a genius media spinner/manipulator. I'd take those words with a handful of salt.
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Tom Carroll to Swansea for £4.5m. They get a good player for that price. He's still youngish so they won't lose money on that deal. Good luck to him.
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I wouldn't say he is young, in terms of experience as a player you can consider him young, but at 25 he should be entering his peak performance years. I hope he gets the game time he deserves. With the way Swansea are going it looks like he'll be learning his trade in the Championship. Good luck to him though. Just couldn't cut it for our team.
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Great debut. Swansea would not have beaten Liverpool without him!
With Jan's injury do we switch to a back 4 again? Or do we stay with 3 at the back and insert Davies/Wimmer at LCB and if so which of those two do we want to see? (Wimmer the more established CB but Davies has more experience of playing in that system having done it for Wales)
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3 at the back, definitely. Their full-backs are awful, so I would want Rose and Walker as close to the goal as possible.

Davies over Wimmer(as harsh as it is on him) more often than not.
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Agree with Suraj 100%. Not convinced by Wimmer at all this season, his distribution has been awful.
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Wimmer's problem might be a lack of game time
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Wimmer has been a fine replacement for Vertonghen in the past and although he hasnt been spectacular so far this season, bearing in mind he got injured, he certainly hasnt done poorly. Don't forget as well Rose will need a rest, particularly with Europa and cup games coming up, Davies is our only LB cover considering Vertonghen is 3rd choice in that position. CCV may well also have to cover Toby and Dier for when they need a rest.

We have a good squad, and Poch trusts all our players. Wimmer was given a new contract in the summer and even though he spoke out in the press about lack of game time, he still has the faith of Poch. He's been denied a loan move away this window as well so all things considering, I think Poch's ultimate lesson from last season is proper team management. Tweak the teams to give squad players gametime along with our starting XI and only rest key players when we need to. We are not guaranteed top four and the Europa is highly winnable this year. We must play every game to win. To dare is to do, COYS!
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Pochettino seems to have more faith in Davies.
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Of course he will have preferences @Wingson, he wouldn't be a sick manager without having that trait. But even so, Davies is not as good an aerial threat as Wimmer is. They are 2 different types of defenders and Poch has enough faith in Wimmer to play him if he feels he's a better fit to the tactics.

If we were to play Man U for example, who used long ball tactics against Liverpool which could have won them the game. Who would you rather have for the set pieces; Davies or Wimmer? I'm sure Poch would make the right call come Matchday.
Get f****d Pulis
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Maybe it's the style of football that appeals to me more than any other in England, but I honestly think that if every team in England had their best 11 available and fit all the time, Spurs would be the title favourites.

The togetherness, individual talent and the fact you have a great manager is second to none in England IMO.

Great game once again!
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Or maybe it's just all the Belgians ;)
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Or maybe it's not considering we have 6 English internationals playing.
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Definitely wont be title favorites but top 4 contenders
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Yeah, I disagree. Talent-wise Spurs might not be the absolute best, but they're close. When it comes to the team as a unit though, they're the n°1 IMO. And if everyone would remain fit the whole season (impossible, of course), I'd rate their chances higher than that of any other club.

The way I see it, the main difference with a team like Chelsea is depth: Chelsea have good subs for every position. Spurs can't rotate as much while keeping the quality of the team high enough. That also showed in Europe.
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We know you're a Spurs fan at heart, Jeroen. It shows your football understanding! Come On You Spurs!!!
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I can assure you that if the season restarts with SPurs players all fit, no pundit or fan will say they are title favorites. Like I said, good team; young team; inconsistent team (which can definitely improve in the future) but just a top 4 side for now. Even Spurs fans will admit this.

good discuss bro...cheers
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Best team in the league!
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^^haha cheers mate!
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Pundits always pick the big name team. Either Chelsea, City or United. They're as predictable as it gets and their opinion of the title favourites is based on historical success rather than actual current quality of the teams.

Besides, my statement is based on a very theoretical assumption. All teams have their best 11 fit for the whole season. That'll never happen, but if it would, I believe Spurs would have the best team and the best odds to win the league.
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well I simply disagree. I don't know if you've even factored the mental part of winning into things but hey, if you think Spurs are that title favs if everyone is fit, then I'm sure we'll find out sooner than you think.

By the way, what's your prediction on where Spurs will finish this season? Just interested in our view on that
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Jeroen answered his own question...Theoretical assumption are not the way to predict. ofcourse if everyone is fit Liverpool ,Spurs, City , Arsenal, United and Chelsea all will have great teams.

I dont know based on what assumptions your telling 100% fit spurs team is best compared to 100% fit team any other top-6 team
It's called an opinion. Everyone has one, and it's not always the same. SURPRISE!
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Well it's a combination of tactics, managers, adaptability, fitness, mentality and a lot of other things along with on paper quality. I don't get how someone can say "team A is better than team B" just like that, it's definitely much more complicated than that IMO.
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^Spot-on


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The theory was that Manchester City look vulnerable unless they score the first goal but despite scoring the first two they managed to end up with only a point against Tottenham
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Pep Guardiola did not blame the draw with Spurs on the referee’s failure to give Manchester City a penalty, saying: ‘We did not win because we missed a lot of chances’
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Even though their new stadiums will still be at Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane, with total rebuilds Chelsea and Tottenham will be losing history and memories
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Goals from Dele Alli and Son Heung-min earned Tottenham a 2-2 draw away to Manchester City, who had gone two goals ahead thanks to Leroy Sané and Kevin De Bruyne
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City slaughtered Spurs, led 2-0 - but only ended up with a point after a highly controversial late twist
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The Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino’s arrival in England four years ago was met with scepticism, but his successes have shown the wisdom of Southampton’s decision to hire him
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Jesus is finally available for Manchester City, Klopp faces a choice between Origi and Sturridge and Costa may have to bide time for return to Chelsea starting XI
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Fans in the expensive seats at the new White Hart Lane will head to a cheese room to choose their specially sourced fromage and enjoy a one-way view of the players in the tunnel
3 days ago
The Togo striker has been without a club since June but says he is feeling better than ever as he leads his country at the Africa Cup of Nations and would love a Premier League return
4 days ago
Spurs are at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday and Pep Guardiola needs the City team who overcame Arsenal to turn up not the one humbled 4-0 at Everton
5 days ago
Tottenham Hotspur are braced to be without Jan Vertonghen for up to two months after the defender underwent scans on an ankle ligament injury
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Tom Carroll is expected to join Swansea City from Tottenham for around £4.5m, with Norwich left-back Martin Olsson also set to arrive in south Wales to bolster their defence
6 days ago
Manchester City resemble the girl with a curl in the middle of her forehead, N’Golo Kanté’s return to Leicester shows Wilfred Ndidi what needs to be done and David Moyes regrets catching the bullet dodged by Mark Hughes
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Mauricio Pochettino said none of his Tottenham Hotspur players have been tempted by offers from the Chinese Super League
1 week ago
The manager said his team are more mature than last season and they are now nine points better off than at the same stage last term, with the 4-0 win over West Brom lifting them to second in the Premier League
1 week ago
After six consecutive wins in all competitions, Tottenham Hotpsur will relish the chance of earning a seventh against West Bromwich Albion despite struggling against them last season
1 week ago
Tottenham Hotspur blew West Bromwich Albion to establish a 2-0 first-half lead that should have been more, and Harry Kane’s second and third goals, added to his opener, made it 4-0
1 week ago
Harry Kane scored a hat-trick as Spurs moved up to second with a magnificent performance against West Brom
1 week ago
Tottenham Hotspur have reaped the rewards from Dele Alli’s growing maturity and killer instinct but the Premier League visit of West Bromwich Albion may again prove a test for his feisty streak
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Manchester United may go for jugular against Liverpool, Morgan Schneiderlin must settle quickly at Everton and Ahmed Musa has chance to shine for Leicester
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15
47
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5
14
22
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29
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45
2
7
13
22
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45
24
27
51
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6
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22
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43
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4
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41
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21
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3
8
11
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6
36
10
23
33
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6
10
22
7
32
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28
30
8
5
9
22
8
28
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34
28
8
7
7
22
9
28
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36
29
10
4
8
22
10
27
-4
26
22
9
6
7
22
11
26
-7
39
32
10
5
7
22
12
26
-9
33
24
12
2
8
22
13
24
-13
38
25
10
6
6
22
14
21
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37
24
11
6
5
22
15
20
-7
25
18
10
8
4
22
16
18
-25
51
26
14
3
5
22
17
16
-11
41
30
14
4
4
22
18
16
-27
47
20
14
4
4
22
19
15
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20
15
3
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0
0
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0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
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5
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
0
0
0
0
0
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7
9
1
2
3
6
1
10
4
4
8
0
4
2
6
2
7
0
6
6
3
1
2
6
3
3
-6
11
5
3
3
0
6
4

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