Oh no, it's the Morning Line
The magic of the cup this evening and if Tottenham keeps getting opponents who can only bowl underarm, they could well see themselves in a final. That said, there are still plenty of sides in this competition that could yet dispatch us.
Sure, on paper we’ve gained a little bit of stability, but again, in the main against sides that are either in trouble or on the outskirts of trouble.
Look, understand how all divisions work, but this is why we are 4th, and given the excessive amount of money we have sloshing about, we really should be in better shape.
Better shape than 4th, have you gone stark raving mad?!
This team without Kane doesn’t bear thinking about, and he’s 30 in a matter of months. I’m not seeking to get myself into some weird guessing competition about how long he’s got, rather asking what’s the plan, Stan?
Richarlison is lots of things, but he’s 26 May and historically, he doesn’t really score many domestic goals.
As for Sonny, someone made a comparison between him and Dele Alli yesterday, and you can pull all the faces you want, all I know is they both went off the boil when they became brand ambassadors for clothing companies. My attitude is this, who cares if it’s a coincidence, shut it down and play better football. Football for which we pay you most handsomely.
Spurs aren't known for their succession planning, and we currently look like a side that needs a £400 million face lift.
Would anyone care to guess which player the above market value graphic belongs to? Come, come, this is an important piece of the THFC puzzle. You must know!
The Mail Online are running with the news that Spurs have had to sack scout Jeff Vetere for revealing the identity of a potential transfer target. 22-year-old Kevin Mier. This was on a Colombian TV show.
So let’s recap… the day after announcing another blockbuster non-footballing enterprise, this guy gets thrown under the bus. Here’s the sucker punch. The 57-year-old resigned before he was fired. And…
“Sources say he would have been told to leave anyway and his exit has been welcomed by many at Tottenham, who were not happy when sporting director Fabio Paratici appointed him.