Champions League - 2017/18

Discussion in 'Spurs Chat' started by thinktank, Apr 30, 2017.

  1. cider spurs

    cider spurs Active Member

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    Poch demands more effort than that.
     
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  2. EastLondonYid

    EastLondonYid Well-Known Member

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    You going mate? Phil has organised a plane ...no overnite stay though.
     
  3. riggi

    riggi Well-Known Member

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    Ye I saw that. Return the same day though!

    Not sure to be honest. I might risk the next round.
     
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  4. BringBack_leGin

    BringBack_leGin I BELIEVE

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    I imagine that if this was being discussed in a year, Aurier would be in, but currently Trippier is the better option and Lichtsteiner just isn’t particularly good. We should have Son charge at him every time!
     
  5. Mullers

    Mullers Unknown member

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    It's good that we've drawn Juve, there is no danger of the players taken the tie lightly. Porto, Sevilla and Basel are all capable of winning their ties. There aren't any easy matches at this stage. Juve's record against English clubs since 1985 hasn't been that good, I think we are saving are best form for the CL and I think we will go through.
     
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  6. smallsnc

    smallsnc Active Member

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    Like all the English teams, we have to also handle a heavier workload between now and then as we have 12 matches to their 9 matches leading up to the first leg. Not only will we need to manage fatigue but the injury chance is increased because of the heavier workload.

    With that said, if Toby and Wanyama come back, we have the squad to manage the fatigue. Injuries are always the wildcard.
     
  7. nightgoat

    nightgoat Well-Known Member

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    I can.
     
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  8. Syn_13

    Syn_13 Fly On, Little Wing

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    Not the easiest, to be honest. It's a small stadium for such a big club and the tickets in the home section sell out incredibly quickly as a result. A couple of my cousins have memberships but aren't season ticket holders. They only get a chance to go to the smaller games, much in the same way that my dad and I only went to the smaller matches at WHL when we were Lillywhite members. Also, one thing to note is that the Juve fans can get a little rowdy, particularly the Ultras. Depends on where you sit, of course, but I wouldn't know what sections are safer. You may end up standing out like a sore thumb and it might not be the best of experiences.
     
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  9. Wellspurs

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    You missed out Barkley?
     
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  10. Mr Pink

    Mr Pink SC Supporter

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    Thanks for taking the time to reply mate.
     
  11. dissing10

    dissing10 New Member

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    What do you reckon the chances are of the Wembley fixture reaching general sale?
     
  12. Drink!Drink!

    Drink!Drink! Well-Known Member

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    Poch has said..unsurprisingly...that he wants to add Lamela to our CL squad for the next rounds.

    This means another player categorised as foreign has to be dropped, and he says he is looking at putting whoever that player is out on loan.

    Early spec is that would be gkn

    Curious aside is that under uefa regulations both Davies and Dier are categorised as being “foreign”
     
  13. TheChosenOne

    TheChosenOne The only way is up

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    Davies being Welsh, LOL.
     
  14. cider spurs

    cider spurs Active Member

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    ...and Dier learning his trade at youth level in Portugal.
     
  15. 1882andallthat

    1882andallthat Well-Known Member

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    and if Nkoudou isn't the one to make way I'd be amazed.......
     
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  16. Shadydan

    Shadydan Well-Known Member

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    Axe Eriksen just for the lols
     
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  17. davidmatzdorf

    davidmatzdorf Front Page Gadfly

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    More precisely, Davies having done his youth training at Swansea. I suppose that counts as "not home grown", despite Swansea playing in the English leagues.
     
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  18. WiganSpur

    WiganSpur Well-Known Member

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    Pretty obvious it would be GKN wouldn't it?
     
  19. scat1620

    scat1620 L'espion mal fait

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    I admire the massive stones it must have taken to make such a bold prediction, Haz. ;)
     
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  20. Hazardousman

    Hazardousman Audere est Facere

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    I like to take a risk, what can I say...lol
     

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