"It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we of Spurs have set our sights very high, so high in fact that even failure will have in it an echo of glory." Bill Nicholson. SPURS


Saturday, May 13, 2006

Dimitar Berbatov medical tomorrow

Dimitar Berbatov is apprently having his medical tomorrow. The 25 year old is currently playing what could be his last game for his current club.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope your right! it looks like we are going to be working hard in the close season.
some big names are coming up.
all the best for the summer yid army see you next year.

puppa yid park lane

7:14 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

He scored today - if he does come then let us hope he keeps up his scoring ratio - he looks good - very good.

7:21 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeh see him he was fantastic bring him on.
but what are we going to do with the ground reports now show we have over 12,000 on the waiting list for season tickets.

7:27 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i recently saw him on the opta stats from sky sports he is by far one of the top strikers in europe. hhis goals tallly is what should be brought to the lane

7:33 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hopefully we will find a way of increasing capacity. I think e could fill 50,000 quite easily most weeks. Tickets are always a sell out.
Berbatov would be good I hope, as long as he settles quickly to the english game. This could mean the end of Defoe though. I don't want him to leave though. I think he is just alittle low on confidence at the moment.

7:35 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous parklanespur said...

i hope this is right!! berbatov looks a fantastic player and im sure he will do well in our league. very strong and scores a bundle of goals!!

lets hope we spend big again to make sure we have enough quality to crack the top four!! come on u spurs!!

7:44 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, defoe does have a bit of an atitude. but its more likely mido will make way for berbatov. good news, but i would like van nistalrooy too. i hope we can increase the capacity of WHL. all we need is for the government to extend the tube line. hopefully in the next 5/10 years

7:44 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

With two decent full-backs, a left winger, Berbatov and Van Nis we could be pushing very close for our greatest day since 1961.

8:01 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

berbatov will not end defoes career at spurs are they are completely different players. defoe is small quick and skillful. berbatov is a bigger, more physical player with great positioning. not as good strike rate as our two little front men.

stadium will end up moving to a new location i reckon. but its a case of finding the right place, right price, with views for the future of growth.

if we get moody-bellemy, then we might see defoe leave, but i would rather keep defoe then have some stuck up tosser join the team. defoe is always boarderline attitude on the pitch with the ref as it is.

8:01 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We can't wait 5/10 years things would have moved on again and we would be behind times.
i do think we will see defoe go and others but i no that MJ will get it right for us he as already told the world that we are sort of top players, and in some way in a sick way it was good to see DL hurt over us missing out on CL.
we will buy and we will buy big and top 4 next year.
i do feel we all believe in the big man MJ.

SN17 self

8:02 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

sounds good to me berty van nis two good full backs but not sore of the two full backs we already have as back up.
do feel a bit sorry for lee po he is a very good right back.
things are only going to get better the yids are back.

Park Lane Blue Boy

8:12 PM, May 13, 2006

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8:17 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mido is definitely going and if Berbatov comes then that makes 3 strikers - we will have four next season - it won't be Van Nis although he would be welcome - might be Bellamy but although he is good player he is far too high risk for his attitude. Could be Johnson - dont forget we have Pekhart joining us and although MJ has said he is too young at the moment (16 - 17) he is 6 foot 2 and very strong and well built and is hailed as the "new Rooney" - if you are good enough you are old enough - if he is that good then we will see him in second half of season in the odd game. Defoe is going nowhere (unless £10 million plus is put on the table) because he is a proven goalscorer and English and next season the home grown rules apply so we will keep our English stars. We don't need to sell to get money but everybody has their price but Defoe wants to stay and he moves into his newly built mansion in Essex soon at which time it is rumoured wedding bells will be heard.

We want 4 strikers so why get rid of a proven English star? Who could replace him that we could get? Only Owen is better English finisher and he wont come to us.

We will be playing 60 odd games next season so we need rotation system.

8:19 PM, May 13, 2006

Blogger Deano said...

I wonder if West ham players/fans, feel how sick; our boys were, last week?

8:25 PM, May 13, 2006

Blogger Deano said...

Please remind me... Who is this Perkart again???

8:28 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

he's a young Czech wonderkid 16 year old.

8:33 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tottenham have confirmed that Czech Republic teenager Tomas Pekhart will move to White Hart Lane in the summer.

The 16-year-old Slavia Prague striker will officially become a Spurs player on July 1.

Sporting director Damien Comolli told the club's official website: "Tomas has the excellent combination of a strong physical presence, agility and technical ability.

"Two other Premiership clubs were interested in him and we're delighted he's agreed to join us. He's an exciting prospect for the future."

Pekhart was part of the Slavia Prague team that won the Nike Premier Cup in 2004 and is set to play for his country in the UEFA Under-17 Championship later this month.

8:40 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Czech Republic upset a Spain side that had previously been on free-scoring form as superb finishes from Tomáš Pekhart and Jan Vošahlík gave Jakub Dovalil's side a place in the UEFA European Under-17 Championship final.

Czech delight
Fine defending kept Spain relatively subdued until Pekhart's turbo-charged half-volley opened the scoring midway through the first half. Spain were reduced to ten men when Roberto García received a second booking just before the break and Vošahlík's cool chip just prior to the hour ensured the Czechs will play in the Josy Barthel stadium showpiece on Sunday evening.

Necid banned
Today's result was even more impressive considering the Czechs were without the man that struck four of their five group goals, as Tomáš Necid was suspended, and illnesses to midfielders Ivan Lacko and Petr Reinberk further reduced their options. Pekhart replaced Necid and Martin Zeman took over on the wing. Bojan Krkić, just 15, made his first start for Spain having scored four as a substitute and Marcos Gullón also came in due to a knee injury suffered by captain César Azpilicueta.

Polák impresses
Spain were slow to get into gear in beating Russia and Hungary, and were clearly troubled by the athletic Czechs. Jan Polák in particular was dealing well with the threats of Krkić and Aarón Ñíguez. On 22 minutes the Czech Republic even had the first real chance, but after Jan Vošahlík pounced on García's backpass he shot tamely at Sergio Asenjo. García then made up for his slip with a saving tackle on Pekhart.

Vital moments
But the tall striker then showed the ability that persuaded Tottenham Hotspur FC to give him a three-year contract. Pekhart picked up a throw-on around 20 metres out, let the ball bounce once and brilliantly struck the ball past a stunned Asenjo. Spain's only other goal conceded in these finals was at 6-0 up against Luxembourg and they were now just happy to get to half-time. But just before the interval García, who had already been booked for a foul on Zeman, caught the midfielder again with a high tackle and was dismissed.

Lead doubled
Defender Manuel Castellano and midfielder José Baena came on at half-time as coach Juan Santisteban shuffled his pack into something resembling a 3-3-3 formation. But the pair did not provide the extra thrust Krkić can as a substitute. Zeman almost repeated Pekhart's trick with a chip that only just missed the target, and the keeper was then beaten with a lob; Vošahlík beat the Spanish offside trap and his clever effort looked a goal from the moment it left his foot.

Spain depart
With 22 minutes left to save their campaign, Spain were desperate and maybe that explained the Ñíguez tackle on Radim Rezník that left earned the No10 a booking that meant suspension for the third-place match. Baena then got on the end of a Krkić centre but Marek Štech somehow saved on the line. He also caught a free-kick from substitute José Hermosa and César Ortiz headed just wide, as did Pekhart, but the Czechs, who counted the last two U17 champions France and Turkey among their qualifying victims, now have another impressive scalp.

8:43 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Strikers Tomáš Necid and Tomáš Pekhart, both 16, were the stars in qualifying, and they are expected to impress again in Luxembourg.

In the Czech Republic, the duo plays for SK Slavia Praha, alongside Lukáš Vácha and Martin Dostál, who are also on the under-17 squad.

Pekhart recently signed with England's Tottenham Hotspur.

The 6-foot-2-inch (1.9-meter) front man is touted as the next Jan Koller and has a strong physical presence, agility and technical abilities, which will no doubt prove a big asset when he moves to London in July.

8:48 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

can anyone tell me is that wigan full back worth 6 mill.
and could we get a better younger full back for that money.

9:00 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hes good but noway is he worht that much

9:41 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

A while a go we were linked with the two Chelsea full backs, Johnson and Bridge. Does anyone know if the reports in the past are true that we have first choice on Chelseas unwanted players as part of the Arnesen deal? We should see if they would let us have Wight-Philipps. He is wasted there.

9:55 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

to anon 18:19 if we brbatov and defoe stays then why do we need a new fourth striker? give barnard a good run in the team he looked good against bolton and won more headers than mido had been doing recently and theres terry dixon aswell 16 and in the full ireland squad. its about time we saw more home grown players getting the odd match

10:17 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dixon sounds like a great prospect. Personally I don't think Barnard is the answer though. H emay have scored a lot of goals in the reserves, but I think if he was that good, he would have got a game sooner for us. It was only mainly because of Mido's injury that he came on for a few games at the end. I would be very suprised if if Barnard gets any games next seaosn, unless we get lots of injuries of course.

10:32 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where does this info come from? How do you know he is having his medical tomorrow?

10:34 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope Arsenal don't sign him. That would really take the piss. They have been linked with him. I agree with last few comments. There is no news whatsoever on Berbatov. It can't be that close to a deal just yet.

10:52 PM, May 13, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

In not the too distant future wer extendin the lane and switchin the stadium round.this will mean we go one or 2 seasons wif lower capacity whilst construction work goes on.parklane end wil be the new west stand etc. the capacity will rise quite a bit and we wood hav bought the old useless factories at the bak of paxton road.this will enable better facilities
up the yids

12:21 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you know this?

4:47 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous MERCX said...

SPURS, the Yids smoked only in a
pure Old English Smoke House. We
are definitely the most original
English team in England. English
owners and many English + British

Don't worry about Jol, Berbatov
and the 'maybe' Van Nilsterooy...
sometimes English food needs some
foreign seasoning to taste good.

Keep da' leftback LEE. We need
those Kimchi to spice up the left
side and Ziegler is a good bet to
push the left side up.


Til I'm dead, it's always SPURS!

8:15 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arsene Wenger sucks puppy dogs willies

10:08 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would the poster who announced the proposed expantion of WHL care to back up his/her wild allegations?

And answer only this if make one reply, why then is the board interested in the olympic stadium?

Great to discuss such things, but not if they're fantasy... is a neat little site by the way

10:12 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

according to reports we are after carlton cole again, hes not a bad player and still young, not exactly gonna set the world on fire though.

10:49 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

West Ham could have won it if they have rested their top players against us last week.....pity that they support Wenger more than us.

Quote Wenger " If West Ham lost to Spurs they will lose FA Cup".....

10:51 AM, May 14, 2006

Blogger Paxton Road said...

The Olympic stadium is being reduced in capacity and will be an anthletic only stadium after the games and is thus not an option for Spurs.

11:01 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is any word ever going to come out of WHL? Surely if we presently have 23,000 season tickets and 13,000+ on the waiting list then we should surely looking at a 60,000 plus stadium. Think of the revenue we are missing out on here and how far behind we will fall in the turnover stakes. We are rapidly becoming one of the smaller stadia in the top division in the country and that really is a worry. The board have done well in all other areas over the last few years but this is one area that really needs sorting and quick!!!

11:14 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh NOW spurs are buying another rising england star. No rotten foreiners at your glorious club EH.


Where does Teddy Berbatov come from ?

Enfield ? Edmonton ? or just up the tottenham high road.



11:30 AM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check out that link concerning the UEFA Law for home grown talent as from next season.

Spurs not only have the spine of the current senior England Squad but also that of Under 21's and a number from Engalnd Youth teams.

Not even David "I run the FA" Dein can get around UEFA - in fact he has just been kicked out of UEFA Committees.

The next 3 seasons are going to be interesting especially as Ashley Cole is on his way - what are the French and Spanish mercenaries going to do then when all the best of English talent has already been snapped up? Oh that's why Whinging Wenger is after Andy Johnson - good trade that - Henry leaves and Johnson comes in.

Spurs can afford to now go and get the best of foreign talent to add to the solid core of English and ROI players which will keep them very happy for the next ten years at least AND stay within the Laws and the spirit of the game.

Au Revoir Scum.

12:06 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been directed to your site by a Spurs Pal of mine. Hope you don't mind. I follow the "lot from down the road" It would be wonderful if you guys gor behind Arsenal for the European Champions leaue. We'll ignore the petty wearing of Barcelona shirts, you arrogantly expecting Spurs to beat West Ham last week. We have finished 4th (despite our worst campaign for years)You have finished 5th (after your best season for ages). So it won't help you if the Spaniards beat us.You. Blackburn and West Ham have certainly improved this year, and I say good luck to you all!Just think how great it would be if an English club brought home th premier european trophy back home. It would bring great credit to the whole of north London, not just highbury. So How about it lads, Lets all get behind your nearest and dearest neighbours! F.E.

12:14 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well said F E.

I am spurs thru and thru but am proud of londons representation in the champs league final.

lets usher in a new era of good neighbourly sportsmanship and bury the hatchet with our illustrious neighbours from Arsenal.

Good luck Arsenal . Make London, England and the Premiership proud on Wednesday

Ps what does F E stand for ?


12:23 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon 12.06pm, if that's ture thats great news.

Itsa s sham.This lack of limitation on the foreign players.I'm love foreign players coming to the EPL but not at expense of young english players or for that matter any league in Europe giving no chance to thier own young players development b'cos of cheaper foreign talents.

The club level is not only football we soccer fabs are interested in.Every 4 years like this one we look forward to a great WC and also stars to flourished.Without grooming the next Gerrard, Rooney etc...whould we have that excitement as we have now looking ofrward towards the competition.

Thats why, I'm not a great fan of the Wengers policy and I understand that is not is problem.Someone has to put a lid on things and I'm glad UEFA have step in.

The Fabregas of this world may be exciting EPL fans.But the big picture is that they should have been groomed at their own turf or at least a limit to the number of good young foriegn players groomed at foreign country.And If they are good enough, signed from the foreign clubs.

Our core is English.and I'm glad that is the case at clubs like the spammers.

12:25 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

anonymous of 12.14 pm you should be posting your request for extra support to French and Spanish quarters - try writing it in the language used in your dressing room i.e. FRENCH.

Oh what a joy it is to support an ENGLISH team.

12:25 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon 12.25 - It is true - it is UEFA Law and is in place - Clubs to play in UEFA competitions need 4 home grown players next season - 6 the season after and 8 the season after that. That is one of reasons why Mr Levy adopted the strategy of snapping up all the young English talent - these players will have a huge premium in years to come.

UEFA asked each domestic Association (in our case the FA) to impliment the law for domestic competitions too but David Dein (sorry I meant to say the FA) blocked it - why was that???

12:33 PM, May 14, 2006

Blogger SpursNI said...

Never seen Berbatov play so cant judge him,although after reading the opta stats he looks pretty impressive.His strike rate for country is good also were he gets a goal every other game,I hope he isnt another Rebrov in the making! I have faith in Jol but,hopefully with another couple of signings we can reach the CL next season


12:54 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeh. Support an english team . not spurs with the chink po, the swiss salteri, the turk naybet,the dutchman davids, the egyptian mido, the new bulgarian burbatov, the dutch manager jol,the irishman keane and a bunch of nobodies from around the globe i cant remember the names of.
gawd bless engerland, spurs and the royal borough of totternam .

you all talk bolox.

chels for ever

2:39 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous goonhater said...

in reply to annonymous 1214 has to be an arsehole fan, asking usyids to support them on wednesday, lololol how naieve are you i hope you get slaughtered,"este parado para arriba si usted odia el arseholes" which roughly translated means "STAND UP IF YOU HATE THE ARSEHOLES"

3:13 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

COME ON BARCA!!!!!!!!!! Beat those french frogs!

3:19 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

2.39pm....its easier to number the number of the Englishman in arsenal on a pair of hands.

Thats our point.

We made it policy to buy English they don't have one in place.

To Wenger, this is Arsenal the soccer club.Full stop.Not Arsenal the English soccer club.They don't have a agenda to groom English talents we have.Levy spelt it out very clearly in his yearly financial statements.

We lost out Walcott to the gooners.Thats a shame.But we want Walcott not only for his talent but ALSO he is English.To Wenger, Walcott is a replacement for Henry.He could have been a Nigerian or whatever, it doen't matter to them.

3:56 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

im a bit wary of signin any player thats name ends in ov for 11 million:S

4:52 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a joy to watch an engilsh team.?
your easily satisfied watching 20 years of mediocrity and no trophies.
wish our team had a few qaulity world class foreigners.
that way we might win a pot.

you are nuts if you think an english team is a recipe for success

5:01 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

After Berbatov, we should get Chimbonda, AJ and a world class left winger.....that's all we need to be the top 3 in EPL next season and winner of UEFA cup!!!!!!

5:11 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

good signings for us would be:
leave mido, but he has a done a good job for us
left winger, maybe and hopefully downing (dont forget zeigler)
decent full backs.. like chimbonda and bridge
im a big fan of duff aswell, but i cant see mourinho let him go

5:40 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's all gone abit quiet on the Berbatov front. Guess him having a medical today was not true then?

7:54 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

to 12.23 F E = Friendly Englishman.
My faith in human nature has been restored by your generous comments. There is fresh hope for an "Entant Cordiale" between our two sets of supporters. I hope your team continues its progress into a better than average side. ps What does B stand for?

8:02 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

MJ should extend our policy of buying english, by signing downing,bridge,g.johnson and darren bent

btw. i didnt even know berbatov has agreed person terms..


8:18 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

going back to the stadium earlier in the season the board said that if we were to qualify for europe for next season they will have the capacity up to 55000 knocking down the east stand and west stand and puttin in 3 tiers instead of 2 as they are pretty much the original parts of the stadium and havent been touched for quite a while and modernise them in with the north and south stands which are pretty new stands when u consider how old the west and east r. has ne 1 heard ne more about trabelsi signin from ajax, johnson, bridge, pedersen, kallstrom,

8:25 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

a great summer to cap an excellent season would b chimbonda, bridge,n pedersen berbatov and ribery. we will get that keeper from sunderland and hopefully some players from the england u21, u18 2

8:31 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous mendes said...

8:39 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

after last week with the pikey spammers jumping in bed with their gypo mates from scumbury, i really enjoyed seeing them crying when they lost at the end. they thought they were awsome when in fact they scored via two mistakes and a flukey cross going in.

what goes around, comes around spammers!

carshalton yid

9:00 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

re 8.25pm
the west stand was completely demolished and rebuilt in 1982 i think it was.
ive heard that the east stand will be rebuilt increasing capacity, not sure how much by, and getting rid of them bloody 2 posts as well !!!
as for supporting the arsecum next week, 'because their a london club' dont make me laugh !
how many english players in the team, let alone southern or london?????


10:46 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi F E

Let me introduce myself .

B stands Bollox.

Thats what every one says to me when I suggest a new chapter of friendly rivalry between Arsenal and Spurs fans,

I now offer our friends from Highbury an olive branch of friendship.

We can share in your success if you triumph in Paris as we are all part of the LONDON scene and if you fail we should suffer your setback with you.

I sincerely hope that if you are victorious, all true spurs fans should applaud your efforts and that we should honour your success by affording Arsenal a raucous standing ovation on their first visit to White hart lane.

Spurs fans... Please let me have your thoughts on this idea


10:55 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

1 stand will be increased by 8k and the other 9k

10:56 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

no london club will want us to do well in the uefa cup next season so y the f**k should we cheer on arsenal i would never cheer on another club regardless of who they r. SPURS AND SPURS ONLY thats what i say thank u mj 4 the precious season we had long may it continue long over due

11:04 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

fuck off
spurs til i die

11:11 PM, May 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whats all this about cheer on the scum , fuck that .... i hope they lose and lose big time , the only team i`ll be cheering for is "Barcelona" read it and weep fans of scum .

Want my support Fuck you ....

10:55 give me that branch and let me beat the scum with it .

Spurs forever .

2:46 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Friendly rivalry ? As long we settle for the geneva convention for war, I'm think everyone is happy enough.

If Arsenal wins the CL, that means the EPL is a great league as we have 2 different winners in 2 consecutive seasons.In a sense that will bring benefits to everyone associated with spurs too.As could be seen from the recent concluded TV deal for the EPL.

If you want to extend the "feel good" to great london area, well mate... whatever turns you on.

But the EPL ain't Olympic games.Its about history, deep seated passion and rivalry. I really doubt we can be cuddling up to the gooners.

The EPL in a sense is like war more than sports.We are baying for blood and hope that some our closest rivals suffers.

Lets face it, if the spammers do not get themselves relegated, would we have laid our hands on the likes of Defoe and Carrick ?

The gooners are now cheering as they know without CL football we can't get the likes of Torres.

So its man's world out here.Friendly rivalry...nah...its about survivor of the fittest and that equate compeition of the meanest kind.


3:00 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said... about a english SPURS team of rooney, gerrard, lampard, J cole, beckham, owen, walcott, R ferdinald, A cole, Terry plus those we already have at WHL ?

Those guys can't win us a pot ?
Plus winning us fans all over the country and over the world ?

3:07 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the Mr ArseScum peacemaker:

1) You've got to be havin a laugh.


3) All your lucky last day glee will be put to the sword by Barca Hotspur (our temporary favourite team)just as with your West Spam boyfriends who were pathetically crying after losing to Liverpool Hotspur (our temporary favourite team for the FA Cup final)

4) After that Monsieur garlic breath Henry will leave making you an inferior side to'll be at least 15 points worse off in the prem without him.

5) We dont care about Walcott as weve got 2 "new Rooneys" anyway! in Peckhart and Terry Im being silly lol but made me chuckle cos we keep signing the new Wayne Rooneys according to all of us Spurs supporters...but hey you never know!

6) Youve got as much chance of me supporting ArseScum as Peado Wenger has of resisting the temptation to fiddle with young French kiddies...Zilch!

7) Like f*ck would the scum ever support us in Europe, London pride dont exist in football, we dont care cos we hate you with a once more over my dead body you gooner scum w*nker now f*ck off c*nt chops!!!

P.S. Sorry if any kids were reading this. If so my advice to you 1)Please refrain from using this language 2)stay away from an ugly French man called Mr Wenger!!!

4:48 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Nigel Reo Cocker is a great English midfielder .I can imagine him along side Carrick.With Carrick as a holding player, it limits his actual potential.That mazy run against gooners is a example what Carrick can do when given a free role.

Reo Cocker is a holding player in every sense and is a tremendous box to box player.A great leader too.We must try to convince him spurs is the place for up and coming england players.A spurs midfield of Jenas, Lennon, Reo Cocker and Carrick would have everyone purring.

If Torres refuse to come, some of those investments could just be used on Reo Cocker who I assumed to be in excess of 15mil after that FA cup performance.

After Berbatov, I don't think we really need to concentrate on the strikers department until maybe the Jan window.Will see than how we are shaping up.

5:31 AM, May 15, 2006

Blogger AussieYid said...

Spurs should keep on the hunt for Chimbonda along with Berbatov & Wayne Bridge, ziegler will be a huge boost for team & if we are to get another striker, we should keep the interest for Dirk Kuyt as he is pure class. Pedersen on the left would be a bonus, not sure if he would come.

Please do not ask an Aussie Spurs fan who plays in a team with Scummers (they are great mates) to support the Scum this week, I could not think of anything worse to do, they are a bunch of C&*ts & after there attitude last time we played them, they deserve to lose just like West Ham did on Saturday.

Spurs forever, Scummers NEVER!

8:21 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm would be very surprise that the club would be pursing the likes of Kyut and Torres if we seal Berbatov signature.This could only have happen if we are playing CL football next season.

All the top 4 clubs are looking to strengthen their strikeforce. Other than Chelsea, we are competing with the rest of the 3 for the same players and honestly it would be a no contest.

IMO the UEFA cup is just a novelty as there is not much of money in it.The top players simply are not interested in it. Boros, Bolton and in recent times Liverpool got distracted by the competition.It may not be the stepping stone to CL as many thought it would be.

Next season our target should still be to compete for the top 4 and not winning the UEFA CUP or any cup for that matter.I think if Arsenal do lose Pires and Henry, we really have a real chance next season of ousting them for the 4th place, Emirates stadium or not.


10:40 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

F.E....the EPL is not a we are not going to love thy neigbours as commanded.We wish the pple who are with the scums good health but hope they failed in their footballing matters.... and spectacularly. Hope that settled it.

BTW, once agin FE, if you still haven't notice, Arsenal is NOT a English club , its a bast*** club of unknown nationality BASED in London.For the moment at least.

Don;t kid youselves.

11:02 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arsenal do have a foreigners limitation rule.Only 3 englishmen allowed...Campbell, Cole and Walcott...hahahaha.

11:05 AM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Read somewhere that Harry Rednapp was flabberghasted how Wenger can tell Eriksson to gamble on Walcott and he himself despite many injuries to his players didn't even played him once.

You can say that Wenger realized the strength in depth of the England squad to accomodate a very talented rookie.On the other hand he also realized that his own squad is dependent on a few players.

Or maybe it smack of calling someone to do the dirty work for him.So that he can ursher in the era without a certain Mr Henry now that he is quite sure that ungrafeful ingrates of his is leaving!

Yeah !!!!!COYS !

12:36 PM, May 15, 2006

Blogger Harry Hotspur said...

Any chance the twit who keeps using the phrase EPL can stop doing so?

Don't know who you're trying to impress, but you really do come accross as a Mr Jerky Pants.

IT'S known GLOBALLY as The Premiership.


1:31 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

has the new kit weve got red on it aswell and it looks very boring!!!

2:32 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It globally and locally for you. you twat....we all call it EPL in my part of the alien world.

Who cares what you think.

2:46 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

dear mr b 10.55pm
I appreciate your good humour. Unfortunately the vitriol and venom spouted by some of your compatriots leaves a bitter taste. Surely it's not too much to ask that some spurs fans get behind arsenal. I am really disappointed. I hope , therefor that spurs fail miserably in the inferior european competition, that arse-Jol goes off to manage Ajax (I've heard thats a probability now you've failed to qualify for the Champs league) and that the likes of Carrick, Defoe, Robinson and Lennon all depart, as they are likely to do. F E

5:41 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fresh article on Sky:- "Henry not thinking of future"

yeah right, ask him in 2 years time he'll still be saying the same thing, difference is he'll be saying it in Spanish!

Great news about Mansion, 8.5 million a year thanks very much my son. "Mansion" just goes with the Tottenham way of class, style and panache...lovely!...bring on Dimi Berbatov next!


6:24 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous tony the tiger said...

2.46 You clearly are a pretentious cock who really ought to go and support Chelski.


Fuck off you queer.

9:46 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

EPL? we are'nt scottish chavski surporter, its the premiership

u loser

11:13 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dirk Kuijt is still the best choice, Berbatov is a great finisher but a rather lazy striker, too German in his way of playing... But maybe van Nistelrooij wants to show Ferguson something. Jol is very highly rated in the Netherlands as well both as a manager as as a person, he can get any Dutch player as long as the Spurs are willing to pay.

11:29 PM, May 15, 2006

Anonymous ParkLaneGreenBeret said...

Looks like Berabtov will be unveiled today (16th)

Theres a 'quote' from him on the attached and as far as i am aware?it is the first time he has spoken of joining Spurs.,,277-2182082,00.html

Also rumours are of a bid in the region of 10m for Wright-Phillips

Happy Days!

P.S It's the Premiership not 'EPL'

1:54 AM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyone know how much the puma deal was worth

add that to the 34 mill for the new sponsors and that's great business, well done spurs board, truly awesome

also Spurs have been in top 15 rich list (income) of all european clubs for several years, not bad for a club that has only been in europe twice since the start of the prem

Just imagine if we can make CL!!!
Chi-Ching £££

Lets hope we can improve on this great season in 2006/07


& Come on Barca (ta ta Terry Henry)

2:16 AM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spurs bound Berbatov on move
By Neil Vaughan Date: 15/5/2006
DIMITAR BERBATOV has spoken of his sadness at leaving Bayer Leverkusen and is set to sign a deal with Tottenham Hotspur.

The Bulgarian international is expected to be officially unveiled by Spurs by Wednesday at the latest for a fee of around £10.7million.

"I feel very sad about leaving Bayer," Berbatov said in an interview with the ARD after his last match for Bayer Leverkusen vs Hanover.

"It is a sad moment for me, but I am a professional and my career should go on, I wish the best of luck to my teammates," he added.

Rudy Voller , Sports Director of Bayer Levekusen, confirmed Berbatov would be leaving: "Berbatov is going to sign with Tottenham this week. His absence will open a huge gap in Bayer and the Bundesliga will lose a great player. It will be hard for us to find an equal substitute for Dimitar," Voller said.

Sounds very positive as we would have diffiulty getting Kuyt without champs league footie. But would like us to try for him aswell anyway!

Torres forget it, the Spaniard never was gonna join even with champs league. If Kuyt says no as our second big signing, how about Christiano Lucarelli? Great powerful goal scorer and record in Serie A, just missed out on Italian world cup squad, could be good time to get him on the cheap say maybe 2-3 million.He would be good signing for 2or3 years to help get into champs league. So Berb and Lucarelli in competition for the big striker, and JD and RK in comp for the little striker for Prem and Uefa games. Barney, upcoming youngsters and whoever is on subs bench for Prem and Uefa to start in FA cup and carling games. For success we need a big squad with lots of competition. Adding Berb and Lucarelli to the squad for 13or14 million completes our strikers for the price of one Kuyt or 3/4 of Torres.


3:40 AM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


it was a five year deal, so i thnk we get 5mil from them plus about 8.5 from mansion per season...
happy days


9:44 AM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


12:08 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can't understand you guys...worried of a patch of red on our jersey.If someone put pink on our jersey and give us 10mil every year I don' think we should complain.
Who cares how Arjen robben looks like in pink.As long we get the money to buy him !
We have a very good deal from Mansion and should be glad about it.

12:32 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

berbatov to sign in the next 24 hours
he should be shown to media on wednesday

the new kit is nice n simple..
nice to move on from kappa

12:41 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

thought we were a premiership side y are we wearing derby kit!!!!!!!

1:18 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Steed Malbranque is the poor man Frank Lampard.Don't mind having him.But we already have similar kind of players in Murphy and Tainio. But Malbranque is slightly better than both IMO.

I think we should give Huddlestone a chance next saeson though.

The West Ham English players seems great;Harewood, Ashton,A Ferdinand and Reo Cocker.Any chance of getting them ?
They really frightened Liverpool last Saturday. Though I hate to admit it, their English contingent is almost as good as ours.But West Ham has always produced the right kind of English players


2:45 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i brought berbatov on football manager 06, and he scored a hat trick on debut. just hope he as good on the pitch than on the game :)


3:31 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous dazzajimbob said...


West Hams 'English contingent is almost as good as ours'

Are you for real?!!!!! doh

And the only player they actually produced was Anton, who is soooooo over-rated and not even a quarter the player Dawson is.

And us sign Harewood??!!!

Have you been smoking crack

The only players they have that are any good are Ashton, Reo-Coker & (soon to be gone) Yossi who would all struggle to make our bench.

No offence mate as i think i understand what your trying to say, but have another try.


4:13 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yid Army, it all a matter of opinion.

West Ham did something we can't do all season scored against Liverpool and mark my words they would be a dangerous side next season.

I think you got it wrong with A Ferdinand and Reo Cocker.No point arguing now.Next season we will see who will eat their words; you or me.

Harewood got what 13~ 15 goals ?You don't get that many if you are useless.Anyway, I think he would be a good backup striker.

4:35 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

jimbob, you got it spot on about anton, def over-rated

dawson will become a solid england star, if he plays for us every sat and i think MJ would like that.

As we have 1 sining in the bag (czech 'wonderkid') and hopefully now berbatov. i can see MJ bringing in some british based players and maybe that swedish player
roll on august 31st


4:38 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Definately want to see Huddlestone given a chance this season, along with Ziegler and Routledge. Huddles looked class and would be a travesty if we sell on young talent like that. Reto and Wayne are still young too and need to be given more time to fit in to be fully assessed.


4:40 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So much talk about strikers and midfielders. When are we going to be linked with a top class central defender.

Our aim next season is top 4 and if we do not buy class to cover for either King or Dawson then we will suffer what will be a long season with the UEFA Cup.


4:41 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

talk of martin looking to see routledge,huddlestone and marney. if he does decide to, it will be very dissapointing, routledge has alot alot of pace, but rightfully lennon should be picked, but one of them could play on the left or right, huddlestone is a very good passer of the ball. i would consider it a big loss if they are both shown the door. marney has been on loan from time to time this season. of course he didnt appear last season. but the trio are young british talent. i wouldnt like to see them go. also murply and ghaly should be given a chance next season.

4:56 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous parklanegreenberet said...

Hope the rumours re: selling Huddlestone aren't true as it would be a massive shame. He has only impressed in his brief apps this season, defo one for the future. But what with Davids future uncertain maybe he can come in, play a part & deputise for carrick when we are fixtured logged, so fingers crossed

Looks like Routledge is on his way out, which is also a shame as he does provide good cover and offers options, like someone mentioned, for both him & Lennon to operate down either flanks. But if we could get someone in like Wright-Phillips (not sure of them rumours?) then i wouldn't be too bothered.

As for Marney, well the lad done ok year before last, didn't get a sniff this season and it's not like he wil ever break into the first team, is it. The real shame there is he is a product of the youth academy (miles better then Jackson) and it's always dis-appointing when they have to move on to get first team footie.

Barca Barca Barca
Viva Espana !!!!!!

6:04 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Centre-back cover, we need someone willing to sit on the bench often, so no proven big names will do that.Maybe Lescott of wolves? Curtis Davies reportedly on the way to the scum and is too established for the bench now anyway.Might have to settle for either Davenport or Gardner are ok for now, maybe Huddlestone good for secondary cover?.

Yeah it's a shame when Huddlestone and Routledge are being touted as leaving, and even Ziegler seemed mysteriously unwanted last season. Hope these are just rumours.

Not too bothered about Jackson, Marney and even overated Murphy though. Dont know anything about Ghaly but cant be that good if not even one subs appearance. And even Davids looks despensable now, looks good only for experience... but at a cost of 50k a week salary???...I dont think so!

I guess we dont see what goes on in training though and so in MJ we trust. COYS!

8:09 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Blogger AussieYid said...

Defoe to sign?
Written by Will Jameson
Tuesday, 16 May 2006
Strong rumours this morning and into the afternoon that Liverpool have signed Jermaine Defoe. More on this as we get to hear more about it, but at the moment it is still just that - rumour. It's not the only one either.

It's no secret that Liverpool are in the market for a new striker, and Defoe is a player they've been linked with for some time. However Darren Bent is also linked very strongly with a move to make him a Red for next season, so we'll just have to wait.

Still only rumours, but Shaun Wright-Phillips could be on his way, as could Jermain Pennant. Liverpool will have new full-backs for next season, but in addition to John Arne Riise and Steven Finnan, not in their place. Despite putting in a good performance at Cardiff Jan Kromkamp is set to leave over the summer, he's just not been able to settle in at the club. And if Jan Kromkamp is to go back home to Holland, does that mean Dirk Kuyt is part of a deal?

Silly season is now underway, hold on tightly.

5:55 AM, May 17, 2006


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