"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


Friday, July 14, 2006

News roundup

Dean Marney has been sold to Hull City signing a three year deal. Although promising he never had the pace to succeed, in my opinion, at the highest level and especially in the top four which must be where we now have our sights set.

Spurs beat Bordeaux yesterday with the first goal from Defoe. He has apparently arrived back in training with a top class attitude clearly with a point to prove after the World Cup squad selection disaster that ultimatly led to England's downfall in Germany. Berbatov and Assou-Ekotto made their debuts.

Ledley King will make his return to full fitness tonight in a friendly against Nice. Robbie Keane is out injured with a pulled neck muscle.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ghaly is in the starting eleven tonight-hopefully we can get an idea on how good he is!

6:02 PM, July 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your opinions shit

7:03 PM, July 14, 2006

Blogger blue&white said...

7.03 is a dickhead it's his opinion , you are either a gooner,marneys brother or his lover which is it you dohnut?

7:47 PM, July 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paxton Road season ticket holder, no need to be bitchy because I have an opinion. Its people like you that give Spurs fans a bad name. Have a sensible debate instead of posting inane drivel just to make money.

7:53 PM, July 14, 2006

Blogger Paxton Road said...

Is that aimed at me?

8:25 PM, July 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lads back to being normal things are looking good for us just hope to see some more good signings and looking forward in seing you all next year at the lane the best pub as go to be the two brewers by tottenham job center on the high street, singing and all the good stuff, come on lads we no the gooners, lets be the best as we are every london club knows it lets be tottenham one and all for one we are tottenham and we are the best.

good luck lads hope to see you all next year.
mr tottenham

8:39 PM, July 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

God you must be thick it wasn,t about the Ghaly comment was it

9:29 PM, July 14, 2006

Anonymous lord zoltan said...

Hi there, my name is Lord Zoltan!

10:51 PM, July 14, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not Only we beat Bordeux we also beat Nice! What a good way to start of the season, but one name still bothering me in Nice game is Stalteri he's still there!...By the way I haven't seen Tomas Pekhart yet anybody knows where he is?

4:00 AM, July 15, 2006

Anonymous Samio said...

Bordeux are a good team, we beat them 1-0, proving we can make it good this season hopefully.

Tottenham till I die.

8:16 AM, July 15, 2006

Anonymous Vinny said...

Here we go again, now theres speculaion about ManUsa bidding 15 million for Defoe to replace RVN who just left for Madrid!. I dont know how true it is, but it makes me nervous the prospect of losing any of our star players as replacing them seems difficult with all these clubs putting ridiculous fees on players unproven in the prem. We are then left biting our finger nails right until transfer deadline night, hoping for no more Rasiaks!

2:05 PM, July 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

vinny, don't be worried m8, trust MJ, If the pair go for approx 30M think of the quality we can bring in. e.g Zambrotta, Gattuso, and Toni. The three of them will most likely be available now as a resuult of their respective clubs penalties. Carrick is pretty good but not world class, and the same for defoe. We must aim high if we are to return to the glory days. The future's bright the future is lilywhite.



3:01 PM, July 15, 2006

Anonymous Vinny said...

Actually the RVN to Madrid deal is just speculation right now, but probably imminent as he wants to leave ManU. The Defoe bid rumour, although makes sense is also mere speculation right now, so no need to worry yet I suppose.

But my point still stands, that we should be building on our quality, not selling.

Unless the individual player actually wants to leave, then I am a believer that you cannot and not worth keeping players that dont want to stay...alla Sol C. Hope Carrick and Defoe do stay, as looking forward to Zokora, Carrick partnership and Defoe, Keane, Berbatov and one more striker addition this season.

I would love the arrival of Gattuso, Zambrotta and Toni, at the lane but unfortunately they are Champions league players and difficult to persuade to come to spurs instead of the Real Madrids and Inter Milans of this world.

So Im favour of just adding any quality players to what we have got right now.

6:43 PM, July 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i hope that if we do have to sell defoe and carick i hope we get a fair price and replace them with luca toni and a decent left winger

not sure who we could get for a reasonable fee to play on the left, any sugestions?

9:51 PM, July 15, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

weve got a ready made left winger - hes called reto ziegler....

1:42 PM, July 16, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

reto ziegler, reto ziegler, you guys love him. why? he couldnt even get in wigans team when he went on loan there. he couldnt get in that german team either. he is not up to it mate. if lennon had gone on loan to wigan he would have made an impact and stayed in the team. why...cos he has star quality. ziegler has a nice left foot but lacks pace to be a winger. either stalteri could man mark him...if we want C.L we need more quality than that NOW!!!

surrey yid.

7:31 PM, July 16, 2006

Anonymous Spidey said...

Seeing as the other post seems to have run out of space, i'll post this here.

For anybody doubting the quality of Duff, just paste this link into your web address bar:

He would be a massive coup for Spurs if it does happen? regardless of what anyone says

Just imagine Lennon & Duff terrorising the prem defenders!!

WonderYid Aaron Lennon:

8:25 PM, July 20, 2006


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