Will Kane ever leave

Will Kane Ever Leave?


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Gb160

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#81
Read his last 100 posts and tell me his name isn't Bringback 'reads far too much into things being said' leGin and then judge who's sheltered.
He shouted at me the other day because I used the term 'dangerously close' and wasn't referring to something that was life threatening... I think he's one of those who uses the internet to be confrontational as that's what he dreams of being like in real life.
 

WalkerboyUK

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#82
BBC even getting on the Kane to Madrid bandwagon now, I pasted a few sections

http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41684602

Harry Kane: Is the Tottenham striker a Real Madrid Galactico in the making?

"In Spain, we don't consider him in the top 10 world-class players because he has only been playing a couple of years and is only playing at Tottenham, who are not in the Champions League semi-finals or final," Juan Castro, a football journalist at Madrid-based sports newspaper Marca, said.

The Londoner signed a reported £100,000-a-week contract last year to keep him tied to Spurs until 2022, but former England defender Danny Mills says Kane's future is not about money.

"Harry has got where he is today because he is ambitious and because he wants to improve," BBC Radio 5 live analyst Mills said.

"He is going to want to win trophies and at the end of his career he wants to say 'I won the Champions League and I won this amount of titles'. That's the pull. That's why he will leave."
They posted the same article when we first played them. This is just a repeat with a few additional bits.
Absolute joke...
 

dagraham

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#84
The press will never be content until we've sold Kane and Alli, and probably lost Poch as well.

The only way we can shut them up is by winning trophies and even then unless we win the CL or start paying stupid wages they'll probably still be banging on about it.
 

shelfboy68

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#86
The only person that can answer this is Harry himself and when he says I'm happy playing at the club him and his family support the press still ignore him.
I think if we don't win anything in the next couple of years or the club keeps selling it's best players off then yes he might eventually decide enough is enough, but until that happens I think he will stay and try to see it through.
 
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#87
The only person that can answer this is Harry himself and when he says I'm happy playing at the club him and his family support the press still ignore him.
I think if we don't win anything in the next couple of years or the club keeps selling it's best players off then yes he might eventually decide enough is enough, but until that happens I think he will stay and try to see it through.
Keeps selling a it’s best players? has this happened since Bale?
 
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#89
Walker went this year did he not and rose will probably go next year so who knows but thankfully short term I have no concerns.
Ah sorry, when you said best I though you meant literally, not just any first team player.

There’s always going to be a footballing hierarchy whereby first team players are tempted away. Chelsea are Champions yet still sold Matic and Costa is arranged for January too, both first choice players last season. Arsenal lost Oxlade Chamberlain and are almost definitely losing Ozil and Sanchez for free, that’s after 20 years straight of Champions League football. These clubs pay dramatically more than us. It’s not realistic to expect that no first team players will ever leave sadly.
 

kr1978

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#90
Can’t believe I’m about to quote Guillem Balague as a pundit talking sense!!!

When asked about where Poch will go after Spurs he replied

“Why is there an obsession talking about post Spurs? Are you not listening to the likes of what Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Pochettino are saying? Everybody is saying this is a project they are excited about.”

Considering the amount of time he spent with Poch and the squad for his book I think that’s a very interesting statement for him to come out with.

http://www.skysports.com/football/n...madrids-two-problems-after-slow-la-liga-start
 

tototoner

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#91
Can’t believe I’m about to quote Guillem Balague as a pundit talking sense!!!

When asked about where Poch will go after Spurs he replied

“Why is there an obsession talking about post Spurs? Are you not listening to the likes of what Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Pochettino are saying? Everybody is saying this is a project they are excited about.”

Considering the amount of time he spent with Poch and the squad for his book I think that’s a very interesting statement for him to come out with.

http://www.skysports.com/football/n...madrids-two-problems-after-slow-la-liga-start
He'll not be invited onto Sunday Supplement anytime soon
 

shelfboy68

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Ah sorry, when you said best I though you meant literally, not just any first team player.

There’s always going to be a footballing hierarchy whereby first team players are tempted away. Chelsea are Champions yet still sold Matic and Costa is arranged for January too, both first choice players last season. Arsenal lost Oxlade Chamberlain and are almost definitely losing Ozil and Sanchez for free, that’s after 20 years straight of Champions League football. These clubs pay dramatically more than us. It’s not realistic to expect that no first team players will ever leave sadly.
Exactly but as often is the case players use this as an excuse when looking for a way out similar to what rose was doing with that newspaper interview
 

Gb160

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#93
Can’t believe I’m about to quote Guillem Balague as a pundit talking sense!!!

When asked about where Poch will go after Spurs he replied

“Why is there an obsession talking about post Spurs? Are you not listening to the likes of what Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Pochettino are saying? Everybody is saying this is a project they are excited about.”

Considering the amount of time he spent with Poch and the squad for his book I think that’s a very interesting statement for him to come out with.

http://www.skysports.com/football/n...madrids-two-problems-after-slow-la-liga-start
I've always liked that Balague bloke.
 

L.S.U.Yiddo

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#97
BBC even getting on the Kane to Madrid bandwagon now, I pasted a few sections

http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41684602

Harry Kane: Is the Tottenham striker a Real Madrid Galactico in the making?

"In Spain, we don't consider him in the top 10 world-class players because he has only been playing a couple of years and is only playing at Tottenham, who are not in the Champions League semi-finals or final," Juan Castro, a football journalist at Madrid-based sports newspaper Marca, said.

The Londoner signed a reported £100,000-a-week contract last year to keep him tied to Spurs until 2022, but former England defender Danny Mills says Kane's future is not about money.

"Harry has got where he is today because he is ambitious and because he wants to improve," BBC Radio 5 live analyst Mills said.

"He is going to want to win trophies and at the end of his career he wants to say 'I won the Champions League and I won this amount of titles'. That's the pull. That's why he will leave."
A piece more fitting for Marca than the BBC.
 

Grey Fox

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#98
I think he will almost certainly stay for a couple of seasons after we move to the new stadium and if we win the league or CL in that time will stay to the end. He is in line to be club captain when Hugo moves on and I think that will be in a couple of years. Allm of this plus a new contract in the summer will keep him happy.