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Discussion in 'Spurs Chat' started by HotspurFC1950, Jun 2, 2015.
They're New Zealand.
I'd put him around 5"11-6"1 as a guess
Mainly right footed.
Ledley was and should've been recognised as the messi of defenders.
Doubt we'll see his like again anytime soon
SVG and Capello were more interested in the salary which was the highest paid in the world for a national team manager until Capello went to Russia.
Don't think so. They were quoted as saying that coaching England is the holy grail of football.
How is it laughable?
Was it laughable when Bentaleb did exactly what I am suggesting?
18 months later he is our best central midfielder.
I think the same could/could have happened with Cameron.
But instead, we have blocked his path to the first team for a player with very little experience and nowhere near as much talent as him. I don't find that laughable in the slightest if I am honest.
They were hardly going to speak at their first press conference and tell the media that they are here for the money.
If Capello loved the challenge of managing England so much, why did he give up his £4 million a year salary to manage Russia for £7 million a year?
Because the English media are rotten to the core scum bags ? It would have taken a lot more than £4m for me to put up with those clowns too.
Oh I see your glass is half empty. Well mine is half full and I do not agree with your un-provable stance.
@HotspurFC1950 how do you know so much about ccv yet the other day you were saying you don't get to see the games and asking what bentaleb's preferred foot is? not questioning you by the way, just curious.
Not sure I've said I know a lot about him.
As I said earlier I've just watched him play 90 odd minutes live. From there I read up on him.
No the facts speak for themselves. Capello goes where the money is.
The prestige of managing England is somewhat overated. Anyway I won't say anymore about them on this thread which is about CCV.
The fact is Capello stated managing England is the holy grail of football coaching. A fact my friend.
I don't want him to switch to England - better for him to have Klinsmann in his ear, praising up Spurs!
Having seen the way that the USA performed in the world cup, in comparison to England, it's no bad thing his playing for them. The USA are, imo, definitely a national side with a very big future. Which is good news if players like Yedlin and Vickers play.
6ft 0 in according to this ...
I think USA will win the world cup before we do. More of their athletic kids are turning to 'soccer', big Mexican influx in the country and great coaching structure from an early age.
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