Forgotten Spurs can write their own fairy tale under Pochettino

Discussion in 'Columns' started by Allygold, Aug 11, 2016.

  • by Allygold, Aug 11, 2016 at 10:31 AM
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    A little bit from me on Poch and what Spurs could do this season:

    'In footballing terms, Mauricio Pochettino is as brave as Premier League managers come.

    The beautiful game before us today is a different beast to what it once was. The global behemoth that is the EPL demands of its members positive results on the pitch and in their end of year statements, otherwise they're out of the exclusive club and it can take years, even decades, before they are granted access again to mingle among the world's top sporting brands.'

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Discussion in 'Columns' started by Allygold, Aug 11, 2016.

  1. WhiteHeartLowe
    Wow, loved that read, time to start dreaming again??!:rolleyes:
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  2. spursintheblood
    Nice to see your optimistic writings again Allygold. Agree with all that. No massive holes in the squad and the manager is cementing his position as our answer to Fergie/Wenger for the long term.
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  3. PostmanNat
    #Potch4Priminister, what a guy he is.
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  4. tommyt
    "That embarrassing horror show at St James' Park in May could end up being the hardest and most precious lesson the young Spurs team could ever learn..."

    All the motivation they need!
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  5. TottenhamMattSpur
    I hope it's right but the Arsenal/United/Liverpool bias media won't ever recognise us as a threat.
    The chavs only get include because they're previous winners and spend silly money.
  6. Shirtfront
    COYS! But is Wimmer injured? Don't fancy CCV having to debut against Lukaku trying to prove he is worth a big money transfer!
  7. yidogra
    Apparently Vertonghen will be fit to play Everton
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  8. beuller
    2 nice little reads, what with the article blow.

    Nice work Ally!
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  9. shao
    Can someone translate for me pls
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  10. Spurs71
    Great read, almost started to cry. COYS
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  11. guate
    Already excited by the start of the new season but your article Ally, now has me really pumped up.
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  12. Chris_D
    I was counting on Wimmer covering while Vertonghen was out so I'm hoping it's nothing serious, though I did note that Poch gave Toby and CCV 90 minutes against Inter. If we need him I think CCV will do OK, probably a better plan than starting Mason and moving Dier back.
  13. Noryid
    Fantastic read,thank you! :)
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  14. PostmanNat
    Spurs have announced on Twitter vertonghen is ready to start the season and has been in full swing in recent training sessions :)

    Not that it changes the wimmer sitch mind..
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  15. guiltyparty
    Now that was a great read going into the weekend

    COYS
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  16. beuller
    I was typing it on my phone whilst walking. That is my excuse and I'm sticking to it! :)
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  17. wee_spur
    Awesome read Ally, as always. Your articles were the reason I came to read and become aware of spurscommunity about 12 years ago! Maybe I'll now have to subscribe to the Hertfordshire Mercury!
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