"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


Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Robbie "Keane" on staying

Latest news on Robbie Keane is that he is not going to Sunderland. Details have been creeping out that the player and the management have had a bit of a falling out over his attitude towards the end of last season and were looking at maybe shipping him on. This has surprised Robbie who has stated that he doen't want to leave, especially not for Sunderland which could still be Darren Bent's final destination.

Keane has had a busy year making his big money "dream" signing to Liverpool only to see it all go wrong and end back at a struggling Spurs team. I for one still think Keane can do well for Spurs. He has already scored over 100 goals in his first spell and a more settled pre-season will hopefully see him returning to decent form again, especially if 'Arry stops playing him very very deep!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just what I wanted to hear. Hope this is true.

5:59 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keane can go, he was so poor on his return to the club he so quickly left at the drop of a hat last summer! We got a great deal for him and never should have entertained his return - there are much better strikers out there for us. And if anyone truly believes his re-arrival saved us from relegation, you are blind. It was the performances of Wilson Palacios that changed our season around.

6:17 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Steve_cambs said...

agreed, It was Palacios and Gomes who saved our season. PSB's lack of goals contributed to us not playing in Europe (though it was a tall order)

7:02 PM, June 24, 2009

Blogger Chris Spurs said...

The mugs that say that he was poor when he re-signed need to think again. Keano brings more to the team than just goals, he brings a winning mentality which far too many of the rest of the squad lack.

7:17 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you pricks

7:22 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

transfer request hande in about 3 weeks ago bye bye sell sell

8:37 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keane Going Anywhere?? Dont Be Daft.
Does Anyone Remember What Keane Has Done For Us Bar The Poor End Of Last Season??!!??
Keane Will Score More Goals Than JD And RP And Any New Recruit.
I Do Agree However With JD And Robbie Not Being Able To Play Together, This Is What Super Harry Will Have To Sort.



8:44 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keane Will Score More Goals Than JD And RP And Any New Recruit.

keane wont score more goals than defoe and pav silly fool

11-13 was his best scoring season till he played with berba then he scored 20+

tall striker/defoe/modric free role is in best interests of team

since defoe and keane came back defoes scoring better in less games

true>>>>>wilson and gomes saved the season with modric pullin strings

9:51 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not A Fool Tyvm. My Opinion Is All.
We Shall See.

Modric In A Free Role I Agree, He's Best That Way.

11:28 PM, June 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you are all clearly brilliant at football manager.
fact is that keane is a great player (bindippers forked out 21M for him after all). pav and bent are not

11:44 AM, June 25, 2009

Anonymous Deise Yid said...

I spoke to robbie last weekend while he was on holiday in Portugal
He said will not move again and that Tottenham is his home.

Deise yid

3:09 PM, June 25, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The fact that Ledley played 90% of leagues games upon Harry's arrival was the main reason behind our turn around in form. Palacios has been quality since his arrival but Ledley is king

6:05 PM, June 25, 2009


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