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Discussion in 'Spurs Chat' started by Hoops, Nov 5, 2015.
Quality player - great balance
He's over 6 ft. Is that considered little nowadays?
Not if your under six foot.
Indeed. He incorporates so much of what we've lacked the last two years: quick thought, quick movement, aggressive movement, confident movement, and ability in tight spaces. He has played no small part in me returning to immensely anticipating Spurs matches this season.
and that's why he is a top quality,it's his intelligence with his spatial awareness and always being on the half turn that makes him a cut above.
Better than I thought and I already thought he was good.
Interesting you say that, as I thought he was a good player while watching him with Hamburg, but even so I didn't anticipate just how perfectly he would fit the missing piece to our puzzle of a timid and toothless attack being rescued by a red hot striker.
I clicked on this while thinking of what to ask for for Christmas. I thought a Heung Min Son watch would be great, so slight sense of disappointment here.
Is it true that in the next 5 years he has to do 2 years national service?
its heung not hueng.. and there has to be some legal loop hole somewhere
Yes, but people like athletes have a chance to avoid the military service. Would'nt be surprised if it's already "unofficially" agreed that Son can avoid that by representing his country in football everytime he's asked to do that. That's of course just my guess, but this smells like Levy..
Haha there is no way he's 6'2". Alli is 6'2", and he towers over Son. From his Hamburg days, I wanna say he was in the 5'11-6' range, which is a good height for a winger.
Wiki says 1.83 (6'0")
Yeah, which is about his height listed on transfermarkt (1.84), which tends to be pretty accurate.
Pretty sure they'll give him a squeeze on that.
yeah he's the national team's best player, no way they'll make him do it
Yes and probably more accurate than wiki.
Your English is utterly terrible and yet still better than 90% of my English friends on Facebook.
You're going to be very popular on here.
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