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Friday, February 10, 2006

Spurs confirm Shelf Story

Tottenham Hotspur confimred today the main part of the story yesterday on The Shelf. Puma will produce the new Spurs kit for the next five seasons and pay approximatly £5 million a year for the privilage of doing so.

The rumors had been doing the rounds for a while on the main three Spurs message boards, Glory Glory, COYS and FTL. Spurs did not confirm the team sponsor though.

I do hope that they have a renegotiation deal in case we do manage to cement ourselves in the top four in the next two or three years because we shall be able to make a lot more money out of these sorts of deals and don't want to be tied in.

COYS!

31 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is great news, that these rumours that have been out there for a while are now confirmed.The value per year is excellent news which will hopefully swell the transfer coffers this summer. Should we achieve a place in European football this year the money will enable MJ to attract a couple of top quality players, a necessity if we are not to flounder like Everton did last summer. COYS

7:27 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Top players don't go to clubs coz they've got money, they go to clubs coz they're in the champions league.

Stuff the red stripes!

Take 4th spot!

Go on the Spurs!

7:36 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous simeone said...

It is great news.Pumas reserection overthe last decade has been impressive(Much like spurs)I will miss the current home kit though its the nicest we,ve had for,well ever.

7:37 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I do hope that they have a renegotiation deal in case we do manage to cement ourselves in the top four in the next two or three years because we shall be able to make a lot more money out of these sorts of deals and don't want to be tied in."
Er.. excuse me! This smacks of out and out greed!!! I've a bizarre thought... why not let the board worry about that. It is a great thing that we have THE BIGGEST EVER DEAL in our history. Surely we can now afford to actually be happy and excited that for once things are going very well for us... it makes a change after all :-)

7:50 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

7.36. I agree in most cases, but if you haven't got the money they won't come for peanuts. Priority has to be the left side as that is where we are lacking. I don't think we need a striker as I beleive Barnard is going to be a quality striker. He is kncking them in for fun in the reserves. I have a feeling he may be given a chance on sunday as sunderland are very weak. Any suggestions out there for a lefty.
COYS

7:51 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Barnard won't play on Sunday. Will be on the bench if Mido doesn't make it back in time. He may be banging them in in the reserves, but the reserves are a huge difference from the Premiership. Even Rasiak and Reid play well in the reserves. I'm not knocking Barnard. I am sure he is good. I think it would still benifit him being loaned to a Championship side, although we would lack cover upfront if we get injuries.
The Puma deal is very good. Hopefully some of that cash will be used on players in the summer. I do like Kappa's style of kits though so is ashame we will not have them anymore.

8:14 PM, February 10, 2006

 
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9:46 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank god Kappa have gone, their kits have been crap, it can only get better with puma, the home is awful and the away is even bloody worse roll on puma, i bet Andy Reid can't wait this may make him look 30 stone lighter

10:47 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I made a brilliant curry hours ago, cut up these hot little chillies, and I've just stuck a finger up my nose and it really hurts!
Puma cool.
COYS
Snap

11:00 PM, February 10, 2006

 
Anonymous jenny said...

as a new spurs fan i think they are doing great this season come on lads you can do it(beat arsenal at the library)

1:12 AM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope Bolton stuff the scum tomorrow. Would be great. We have to stay ahead of them. Maybe it will all go down to the game at Highbury to decide who gets Champions league football. COME ON SPURS!

1:17 AM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

£5 mil a year?? v. good news when we get to champs league next year the xtra cash will come in handy to sign world class player/s. Kappa strip is rubbish so jog on PUMA. Cant wait to see the look on Arsene's face when the mighty spurs finish above the gooner scum!!!

3:13 AM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I DON'T GIVE A SHIT WHO MAKES THE KIT AS LONG AS WE GET PAID SHIT LOADS OF MONEY AND IT LOOKS GOOD!
5MIL PLUS WHAT EVER WE GET FOR BEING IN EUROPE!
AND A NEW SPONSOR!
WE HAVE MORE MONENY THAN ARSE & MAN-USA PUT TOGETHER!

8:39 AM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have lost tickets for the Sunderland game tomorrow. I can't get in touch with Spurs and Sunderland refer me to Spurs,

Does anyone know the prcedure for getting replacement tickets?

11:37 AM, February 11, 2006

 
Blogger lucien de la peste said...

Nice bit of business. Another 5m year in the transfer kitty won't go amiss.

5:56 PM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous brookster said...

It does seem slightly crazy to tie yourself into five years at the moment: your core of young players are only going to increase in strength and skill in the next three years.

7:42 PM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can anyone on this blog confirm the rumour that Johnnie Jackson is a sad lonely bender who ought to be shot twice in the head and then fed to gay pigs?

I await your assistance in this matter.

Yours sincerely,


Crapplayerspotter.com

9:43 PM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hah, yeh he is a bit bullocks, Ziegler much better.

And yes puma very good

Should be an interesting new kit..
New sponser and logo

10:39 PM, February 11, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

has anyone read the news of the world yet?, the gay midfielder is allegedly jayjay(spurs), can anyone confirm?

11:18 AM, February 12, 2006

 
Blogger YidArmyCarshalton said...

why do you lot go on about ziegler constantly like he is the missing piece of the jigsaw @ spurs?!

IMO he is an OK 18-19 year old who has a nice laft foot and kicks a nice dead ball. i dont remember him taking anyone on really like a winger should so he is not an OUT ball. when you compare ziegler to the promise of lennon i wouldnt say he is a talent or a find. i have watched him for wigan twice and he looks average there too. at least reid as slow as he is tries and sometimes goes past people and delivers a great cross.

unless they can sharpen reid up, sort out his injuries and get some pounds off him, to fill that left wing spot with the end product or potential i think we need to look elsewhere than these two and aim higher. players with the promise of lennon should be what we aim for ALL OVER THE PITCH. trust in BMJ, if he really thought ziegler was a talent he would be at spurs and in the squad.

i would like to see another strong performance with good football on the floor. dont expect to see a hammering guys, as we are away from home and that will only happen if sunderland dont turn up today. they played pretty well at our place earlier this season...

get that win boys! 6 points and could grow as the scum have liverpool and blackburn away next 2 games as well as real madrid in CL. They have a tough run and we must capitalise.

COYS!!!

11:47 AM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sol cambell prem, j. jenas prem and will young music industry! news of the world 12/2/06

12:45 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a great bit of business it was selling brownie and pushing huddlestone into the frame, march on jol!!! norwoodjunctionspursboys!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1:01 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

rumour has it that a news of the world reporter confronted Mr S camp-bell before the game against west ham, hence 2 goals conceded and a half time disappearing act.....

1:15 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sol campbell, freddie lunberg, steven carr, lennox lewis and kevin keegan all share the same hobby as barrymore and will young!!!!! who can work it out?

1:21 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is jenas and jackson in the above equasion?

2:37 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sheringham will be back at the lane in the summer, he only turned us down in jan as we could only offer a coahing role and he still wants to play! oh teddy teddy!

2:40 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that was a crap day at the office then. a little lesson to all you 'we are going to hammer sunderland' twats. we are still not top 4, make no mistake. stop going on about it and be grateful of the fact we are better than we were, and will make europe.

6:39 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

johnnie jackson is known as 'the hot tub king' in certain parts of the south east.

the gay parts.

11:54 PM, February 12, 2006

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i thought the sunderland game was a shocker. we have a tough run in, and we MUST win these so called easier games. i so hope we dont live to regret these silly points we are dropping - today, villa, arsescum, fulham etc.
we really didnt deserve a win - we created so few chances. the first half we couldnt put 2 passes together.
guarantee jol starts mido and keane or defoe next match - not both - they dont work !!!
perhaps we need the killer touch from somewhere, not sure where. bout time we hammered someone.
europe here we come, not sure if its uefa or champions league though.
COYS

12:00 AM, February 13, 2006

 
Anonymous Michael Barrymore said...

**** NEWSFLASH ****

Regarding Recent NOTW reports

I can confirm the 2 in question are Freddie Ljungberg & Sol CAMPbell


Was wondering why Ljungberg has 'chocolate' round his ear!

11:56 AM, February 13, 2006

 
Anonymous dazza jim said...

Most of this CRAP has nothing to do with football, sort it out you lot - you know who you are.

As I type this, we should have won at Sunderland, but played fairly poorly so should just be happy with another point gained away from home. Onto the next...

2:37 PM, February 13, 2006

 

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