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Ok, question lads. Who is our most important player at the moment?

Personally I can't decide between Alderweireld, Kane and Dembele. How about you guys?
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Dembele is a good shout. Alderweireld is also very important to this team.
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Eriksen should be up there too, no?

The best thing about your amazing team is that is a proper 'team', not a collection of individuals. Pointing out one player as the most important would be doing all the others short.
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I'm tempted to say Lloris. The first half of the season, he kept us in a lot of matches while our defense was still solidifying. Since at least Christmas, though, it's been a full team effort, and he hasn't had a whole lot to do. I'd probably go with Dembele now, because of how much less dangerous we look when he's on the bench.
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I'm surprised Alli has not been included, aside from his very important contribution in goals and assists, his versatility and high energy/no fear approach has lifted the team to a whole other level. Even today's game, his substitution turned it in our favour and he got the winning assist. He got important opening goals, winning goals, spectacularly goal against Crystal palace. He is a real gem and all the attention he is receiving just pushes the team tremendously.

For me I have to say Dele Alli, his participation in the team I feel has been the catalyst to a lot of player's improvement in performances. His versatility allows our team to constantly change shape, and he consistently performs in whatever position Poch puts him in. That is such an important attribute and I believe it is such a tactical advantage.
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Ooh, tough one. Jeroen makes a good point. But if I really had to pick one, I'd say Toby.

Not only is he a tremendous upgrade on Fazio, but he also revitalized the erratic, languid Verts and turned him into the proper vice-captain he is now.

In a way, we paid for one player and got two in return.
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I would go for Dier. He is not the best player in our team(this season or otherwise), not the most skillful, but he certainly is responsible for our massive improvements defensively.

He makes those tactical fouls(& the number of bookings) to prevent counter-attacks when we get caught high up the pitch or covers the full-backs often & lets the CBs to stay in shape & others to fall back IMO.

This in turn gives our attack the confidence to be fully focused on task at hand(scoring) rather than worry about making a mistake(knowing that their backs are covered).

PS: If you meant to ask player of the season, Toby for me. He just oozes class. Can't recall seeing a better ball-playing complete CB in recent years.
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It has to be Dembele. The way he has been commanding that midfield in both attack, defense and transition between the two, is incredible. All our players are having an amazing season. Toby is shoring up defense, Lloris is making tremendous saves, Eriksen running offense, Kane scoring goals, Alli with his high energy runs, and everyone else (cbf going through everyone lol), but when it comes down to it, its usually Dembele bringing that ball forward from defense to attack with his runs, and making an insane amount of tackles and interceptions too.

Ironically, he has become our Modric, except that he dribbles instead of making the pass before the assist ;)
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I'd say it's Lloris, he's the captain and organises the team brilliantly from the back, he's one of the world's best and if he were injured we would be a lot weaker with vorm in goal you could probably say the same for Kane as he is out only #9 but we have a few players who can fill in there and do well.
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Eriksen would be your most important player this season. He's enjoying his football atm and always can come up with some magic. Very good on the ball, can take on lots of players, also a very good free kick taker.

Also I would also say Dele Alli because he has improved a lot and has become a very important player for Spurs. Its nice to see him play with such confidence. Lovely to see that beautiful outside of the foot cross to Trippier.
Such a fantastic win! I'm absolutely buzzing! I thought it was going to be one of those days as Gomes was on fire, but we wiped that smug gumshield smile off his face!

Davies and Trippier looked so good today. Trippier with a crazy amount of dangerous balls into the box and Davies nearly with some goals after some Bale-esque runs into the box. Trippier with 4 tackles, 4 interceptions and 10 crosses. MOTM performance!

Dembele is, as always, a monster. He did so much for our goal, driving down the whole left-side of the pitch.

Chadli not staking a claim for starting spot. Lamela played great considering he's been dropped last few PL games. He needs to start against City, remember how he destroyed them at the Lane last year.

Eriksen is back to his best, Kane had an off-day in terms of finishing but his passing was crisp. Eriksen with 8 key passes!!!

Dele Alli immediately winning us the game with a delicious outside of the foot cross to Trippier.

Dier a little lazy (tired probably) but Wimmer played very well, and made a vital interception from Deeney at one point. Alde was just Alde.

Son needs time to get used to the Prem, he's obviously not used to the lack of time he gets on the ball.

Into 2nd. Now let's hope Chelsea win against United.

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Wimmer looked pretty solid today. Hopefully he can keep it up for the next few weeks.
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Just an amazing result, Spursy seems a thing of the last, I'm not going to get ahead of myself now but hopefully Southampton beat West Ham too so we are 8 points clear of 5th!!

And the spurs go marching on on on
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And Southampton have hung on for the win!
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And I will be cheering for the chavs tomorrow, lol,I've never done that before but we need to solidify the champions league place
Absolutely massive game next weekend.
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I might get flacks for this but I really really think lamela should be sold summer. Has great work rate but his attack is below average
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Nope.
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Wrong.
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So wrong. So so so wrong. So so so so so so wrong.

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Completely wrong.
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🚪there's the door mate......
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Tell me how I am wrong? We would be in champions League next looking at a win the league or a cup. You are really tell me we should not buy a world class winger or inside forward to get us to the next level?
lamela is a world class player a young one at that an Argentine international/maybe you would like to buy back a certain England winger who seems to be catching the eye now hes a Everton but id rather keep Lamela
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Nickle mate. Us buying an inside forward is very different to your suggestion that Lamela should be sold. Have you not seen his improvement in 2015?! He's created the 2nd highest amount of chances after Eriksen! His work ethic and tackles have led to countless chances for us on the counter-attack. He refused to take praise for his individual performances, always talks of the team. He's 23 years old! Why on earth should he be sold?!??!

Plus, I've just had a look over at the Chelsea forum. Are you a CHELSEA FAN?!?!
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Hasn't he done very well in Europa League? Seems miles ahead from where he was last year.
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I agree that decision-making can be hit or miss but there's no point selling someone who is contributing significantly to the team & developing his own game for someone new.

As Shaymoose said, he has done well in Europa as well. Let's revisit this at the end of the season. Your opinion is likely to change imo. :)
Poch on a roll with subs!
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f*****g YES WE WILL SURAJ!!! Dele Alli to Trippier!
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Beautiful outside of the foot cross.
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Haha! About time! It was genuinely frustrating. That non-pen call n number of close shaves.
4 wins on the bounce in the league. 6 in all competitions.

How good are we!
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Will we EVER score !
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Complete domination, but haven't put away our chances. Lamela and Davies impressing a lot. Wind is on our side 2nd half. COYS!
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Right lads, we win today and we're into 2nd. If Chelsea beat United at home then we'll be 8 points clear of 5th spot. Massive game today. COYS
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Lloris (c), Trippier, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Davies; Dembele, Dier; Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela; Kane

Confident with that team. Big game for Wimmer
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Keiran Trippier scored his first goal for Tottenham as they beat Watford 1-0 at White Hart Lane to move into second place in the Premier League
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Kieran Trippier’s second-half goal gives Tottenham a deserved victory over Watford, who barely had a shot
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Jamie Vardy, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane will go to Euro 2016 as representatives of best the Premier League has to offer and Roy Hodgson can be excused a little pride in these riches
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Biographer Phil Vasili has uncovered new evidence that could suggest a reason for the army’s reluctance to recognise the former Tottenham and Northampton player who was a war hero against the odds
4 days ago
Dele Alli, despite feeling unwell, scored inside two minutes and Harry Kane scored twice in a facile 3-0 win that strengthened Tottenham’s title ambitions against Norwich at Carrow Road
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A failure to sign cover for Harry Kane has left many at White Hart Lane disappointed, but with a top-four place theirs to lose and a title shot a possibility, the Argentinian deserves some faith
5 days ago
John Terry’s dramatic revelation about his Chelsea career may not be the final word, Rémi Garde was probably right to focus on the league and Wayne Rooney continues to draw inspiration from Bobby Charlton
6 days ago
Mauricio Pochettino’s commitment to developing young talent at Tottenham was inspirational as his developing side dominated Colchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup, winning 4-1
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Fulham have angrily called off Moussa Dembélé’s proposed £6m move to Tottenham Hotspur after a row over the centre-forward’s loan-back arrangement
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The League One side Shrewsbury Town face Manchester United in the FA Cup fifth round while Crystal Palace have been handed a trip across London to Tottenham Hotspur
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Chelsea will host Manchester City, Shrewsbury Town take on Manchester United, Tottenham were drawn with Crystal Palace and Arsenal play Hull
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Tottenham defeated League One basement side Colchester 4-1 to take their place in the fifth round draw
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Moussa Dembélé is having a medical at Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday before a £6m transfer from Fulham but the likelihood remains that the centre-forward will be loaned back to Craven Cottage for the remainder of the season
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