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What does everyone think about Adama Traore? I know he's got poor end product but I've never seen a faster stronger player! With coaching this guy could be world class!
Same thing about Sissoko; good in theory, but once you see them playing regularly in a Spurs shirt you'll realise real quick they don't belong.
COYS! What a win! I think we are back to our best!
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We was excellent yesterday. Son has to be ahead off both dele and eriksen atm.
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We've hit form again after the little blip we had. Southampton away next, then Newport in the FA Cup should have plenty of changes in the line-up. That's followed by four massive games vs Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Juventus.
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Im so glad that we are not one of the teams spraying our money around, inflating the market and embarrassing our club.

Levy/Poch are going to ensure that this is the steadiest pre and post new stadium time period that has been seen before. We won't have to sell our top players if we dont want to (like Arsenal had to do after the Emirates), we will buy cleverly and steadily while giving our youth a shot and consistently fighting for every competition we're in.

If we get top 4 and win a trophy I will be very happy with this season. We've had our best Defender out for most of it, our best Central Midfielder out for most of it, our best full-back out for most of it, and arguably our best winger out for it. Imagine if City had had say Walker, Fernandinho, Sane and Stones out for this season. I guarantee they would be at least 10/15 points worse off.

We will have learnt valuable lessons from Wembley which will make future cup semi-finals and finals a lot easier. I'm quietly confident of a 2nd place finish this season with Wanyama and Lamela back in action and Aldeweireld returning soon, and I'm also quietly confident about a victory over Juventus.

I think this has been the most trying period for us Spurs fans for the last 3 years. But we've come through it now, and with a win against Everton today and an inevitable loss for Liverpool against City, we'll be back in the top 4. The future's bright and definitely lily white. COYS!!
A fully healthy Spurs team would have been in 2nd rather than Utd, Liverpool or Chelsea.

Spurs have a great core, Poch has build something to envy, a special manager indeed. The issue will be weather the team wins a PL title sooner rather than later. Everyone wants their core to stay together but if a team is that good and doesn't win, players will start to get frustrated and think about leaving. Even Kane is no guarantee, especially if team like Madrid starting getting curious. Poch knows pressure is on to win.

Agreed mate, congrats this season mate. You guys are unstoppable!
My team vs Everton:

---------------------------------Lloris-------------------------------------
-Aurier--------------Sanchez--------------Verty---------------------Davies-
-----------------------Dembele-----Dele-----------------------------------
-Lamela------------------------Eriksen-------------------------------Son-
---------------------------------Kane--------------------------------------

Whats yours? Keep in mind this is an allardyce Everton
Nice idea, but I think Poch might play Wanyama/Dier midfield, with Alli in for Lamela; that's the team I'd go for.

But we dont need two defensive midfielders. Everton are gonna sit back and rely on us to attack them; especially as they're away from home and now have Allardyce at the helm.

I think it may be too soon for Wanyama so maybe Dier and Dembele. Haven't seen that this season much
Several combos to chose from. What about Winks?
injured matey
Wanyama has already played 90mins, which Dembele has done only once in the last 3years.

Wanyama is definitely fitter than Dembele, and has a better passing range than he is given credit for. He would sit back less than Dier does, and already showed that on his last match for us, spraying passes and crosses all over the pitch to set up attacks.

For me, Dembele has become the new Ledley King, not fit enough to be training 100% or playing every game and will always be remembered as that the player where we wonder "what-if". Just so unlucky injuries.

Particularly against Everton; they don't have the players to rely on counter attacks against us; they have players like Rooney and Siggurdson who are good with the ball at their feet, not doing full sprints towards opposition. If they want to win, they will have to play and in order to beat us they will have to control the midfield. No chance with Wanyama in.
Aw well it's Dembele/Dier.
Ironically he was probs our 2nd best player today after son. Imperious from our moose. I don't think he will be remembered as the what if player, he's been a mainstay in our midfield in our title runs the last two years. We've just got to be careful with him and Poch should sub him off as soon as the game is won.
In the last 2 years is where we have seen his decline and injuries flare up. And it was a few months ago when Dembele himself confirmed he is never going to be 100% again.

Poch said in the past; Dembele is the one player he wish he had when he was younger, and not when reaching his 30s. Dembele is definitely a what if player, because his prime days for us were when we were in transition before the arrival of Poch. The Spurs team is now starting to peak just as Dembele is going the other way. It's going to be a struggle to see how long he can keep up with the team.

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So lads, do we want to see anyone come in this season? With N'koudou going on loan to Burnley (the best team to get him fit and getting game time), it frees up space for Lamela to play Champions League which is a great boost.

I was really hoping we could have done a straight swap with Sissoko for Barkley but that ship has sailed. I would love to see us try to give Schalke Sissoko plus 10 mill for Goretzka. Looks a really good player and is out of contract at the end of season. But offering now may help us get an edge on Bayern and Liverpool

What players (if any) would you guys like to see come to the mighty Spurs this month?
It is difficult to get players in January for cheap unless their contract expires this summer. Sanchez might move if reports are true. I think Spurs are slowly moving to the Arsenal situation when they built a new stadium and having little money for transfers. I think there might not be any big signings in coming windows for spurs. I hope you guys can keep hold of star players at least.
How the hell have we let Barkley go to Chelsea? For 15 mill?!
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maybe he wanted to go there. or their pockets are simply deeper.
I think they were close to signing him in the summer for 30mil but with 6 months left of his deal in January, they got him for have the price.

Tbh, I don't get hype with him. His very inconsistent, he did have some nice goals but hot and cold. I think Spurs can sign better players imo.
Barkley was a beast 2 years back. But he has been inconsistent last season and haven't played yet this season. But for 15 million he is still a good buy. He has PL experience and is only 24. Also Chelsea need someone like him who can shoot from outside the box. Hope Conte can bring the best out of him.
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^ Conte didn't seem to excited to get him.
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Barkley might not be Conte's choice, but still he has the quality. Also I think Conte is not excited may be due to his injury and the fact that he hasnt played this season. So it might take time for him to get fit and adjust to Chelsea's style of play.
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COYS!!! Lets hammer the hammers!
I've rarely seen such terrible luck. Bad luck and playing against anti-football.

Dier and Sissoko were awful today. They should have been attempting more adventurous passes and drawing a player before passing but it was all just negative. Can't wait till Dembele and Wanyama are fit and playing together.

Aurier, Dele and Son immense today. COYS!!

You cannot mention Sissoko and Dier together. Sissoko did however nearly frustrate me as much as Trippier, with the total lack of awareness and positioning and the everafter negative backpassing. But it's Pochettino's job to do something about it, before the 73rd minute.

Kane looked off after his illness. Had he been his usual self he'd probably scored on a couple of chances.

West Ham reminded me a bit of Man United.
Kane's hold-up and exquisite pass for Dele Alli's goal at Swansea was world class.
hm. he does a lot of world class staff
Wanyama back to full training!
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How long has he been out? Can't remember the last time I saw the beast.
Hasn't played since Spurs opening home game against Chelsea


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