Post & Pre season

Classof17

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I've got a great feeling about next season.

Can we have all post and pre season information in here please
 

Geyzer Soze

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I don't have a good feeling tbh. A lot of disruption. Not that I particularly buy into the Wembley hoodoo thing, but undoubtedly it's somewhat unsettling & offers an occasion to visitors

So I guess I do buy into it a bit

Also, silverware notwithstanding, it'll be a tough call at the best of times to stand up to the level of this year & I can see fans getting on the teams back fairly quickly if they don't sprint out the blocks

On the upside, I think we'll keep much of the team together & it'd be really really bad luck if we had as bad or worse run of injuries

Ho hummm. Que sera sera
 

Tucker

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I don't have a good feeling tbh. A lot of disruption. Not that I particularly buy into the Wembley hoodoo thing, but undoubtedly it's somewhat unsettling & offers an occasion to visitors

So I guess I do buy into it a bit

Also, silverware notwithstanding, it'll be a tough call at the best of times to stand up to the level of this year & I can see fans getting on the teams back fairly quickly if they don't sprint out the blocks

On the upside, I think we'll keep much of the team together & it'd be really really bad luck if we had as bad or worse run of injuries

Ho hummm. Que sera sera
See I think the idea that teams will see Wembley as an occasion will play right into our hands. Players and coaches will want to say that they have gone to Wembley and won. It's going to be like a cup final to every visiting opponent. It's going to go to their heads, they may well play out of their skins trying to get a win, but they will also make more mistakes.

But for us, it's just going to be our home, we should be able to go out and be proffesional every week. Go about our business and play our normal game and we will destroy anyone who comes along and tries to over do it on the Wembley turf.
 

widmerpool

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How long is your lifetime? We were title favourites very briefly the season before last, just before falling apart against West Ham.
 

samspurs92

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Good to see some of the players back, wonder when the rest are due back.

Are the only injuries we're carrying Rose, Son and Lamela? Three really important players, so bloody annoying.
 

Hoddle_Ledge

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A Spurs XI will play Ebbsfleet away on 15th July. A memorial match for their former captain and assistant manager.

Part of the deal when Spurs signed Shilow Tracey last year.
 

WiganSpur

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Hopefully. Its a massive preseason for him.



Got a feeling he's just going in to show his face. I can't believe he'll be doing full preseason training. Didn't why say he'd miss the rest of the year, or did I imagine that?
I think one of the latest updates from the OS said he hopes to be involved next season which would be this season now.
 

Marty

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Doubt it, isn't the first few days just the gruelling horrible bit when they just have to run like Forrest Gump?
They do all sorts of fitness tests yes, but this isn't the 80s any more, they do some football drills as well.
 

coys200

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If he's due back say begin October ,he'd probably begin outdoor work mid Aug .So therefore he's prob only a month or so away from beginning serious work.imagine can still do some stuff in pool and maybe cardio keep him ticking over till can start real work.
 
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