Spurs' Dallying Threatens To Derail Lofty Ambitions

Despite Daniel Levy's talk of greater style and Mauricio Pochettino's designs on the title, Spurs seem to be treading water at best whilst all others improve. It's going to be tough...

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dryice says...

Thats crazy talk 'Bale doubt', surely by now you must know that any opinion piece that differs from your own opinion is either badly written, biased or lazy journalism. You could go one step further and set up your own blog out of protest. Personally if I wanted to read the same old positive shite about my team I would go to my own teams forums. I like opinions.

Posted 1:22pm 12th August 2014

bale doubt (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

I just read it as an article based on someone's opinions (that I don't agree with in the slightest) about my club. Didn't realise I should be kicking off about conspiracies...did I miss a meeting?

Posted 11:57am 11th August 2014

dryice says...

'Thank you football365 ........ highly educated writers such as myself who actually possess insightful intelligible commentary about football' I'm guessing you have been hiding your writing talents so far then?

Posted 3:07pm 10th August 2014

soul controller (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

brownch - You should write for football365. You have EVERYTHING they are looking for in a writer.

Posted 2:52pm 9th August 2014

brownch (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Levy signs Rose to a five-year deal. FIVE YEARS!!!! Sums up his notion of "investing in quality." Plus Football 365 right that while he waits to do a "tough deal," our competition sign players. Case in point - the outgoings at Southampton. Now we're stuffed because other teams have already raided the club. Some of his buys are criminally bad - Soldado, Capoue, etc. We sign Fryers but didn't have a sniff in signing the real gem in United's youth system [Pogba]. Sad to say but Poch's inherited a poisoned chalice. But good luck to him because if he finishes in the 'Top 4' [very unlikely], he will earn a gig at one of Europe's big boys.

Posted 2:15pm 9th August 2014

brownch (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Levy signs Rose to a five-year contract. Sums up his ambition and how clueless he is in terms of "investing in quality." The myth about the benefits of his tough dealing is a joke. Poch's inherited a poisoned chalice. If he finishes in 'Top 4' [which is highly unlikely] Spurs won't be able to keep him.

Posted 2:00pm 9th August 2014

soul controller (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

This article is just the latest in a series of unintelligent assertions by football365 Hacks who are somehow paid for articles with little substance and no style. Spurs spent the money last summer. This summer, Spurs only needed ONE position filled - left back. Yeah, I'd like a new CB so we can sell Dawson but I can live with Dawson as 4th choice CB. I'd also like a new striker but if we play one up front, I can live with Ade, Soldado and Kane until Jan at least. Tottenham's squad is undeniably superior to Liverpool's squad but I assure you, you will not see a pathetic hatchet job against Liverpool like this one. This hack listed our 2nd and 3rd string players and provides us with the precious insight that Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool or Man Utd would not want to buy Spurs' 2nd or 3rd string players. Conveniently forgetting that Spurs wouldn't want to buy Man Utd, Arsenal or Liverpool's 2nd or 3rd string players either. Also conveniently forgetting that Spur's 2nd and 3rd string players are undeniably better than Liverpool's 2nd & 3rd string players. Thank you football365 for continuing to provide me with motivation for my own website which will feature articles from highly educated writers such as myself who actually possess insightful intelligible commentary about football.

Posted 8:11pm 8th August 2014

saywuuut (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

So a non champions league side has not brought the same caliber of player that actual champions league teams have? Wow what a revelation! Maybe we should spend more money on more players.... Oh wait we did that last year to which we was ridiculed. They can't win with you press.

Posted 4:43pm 8th August 2014

crowedem (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

How people cannot class Adebayor as a decent striker is beyond me. I mean I can understand he can be viewed as a nasty character by some - there is no doubting his ability & has scored a goal every 2.3 games across his performances at arsenal, city and spurs. Also Soldado had a difficult first year in the UK (both on and off the field) & I for one am very excited to see how he performs this year - form is temporary class is permanent as they say and you don't score like he did in Spain without talent so I hope he can find his feet. I agree that a striker is needed but only for rotation so could do a lot worse than getting a young forward in - would've like batshuayi but have seen he has moved on to marseille.

Posted 9:42pm 7th August 2014

mcgrathinho (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Domx's post was very hard to read.

Posted 7:53pm 7th August 2014

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