Discussion in 'Tottenham forum' started by Felon82, March 11, 2020.
Be lucky to get $30 million for him at the moment
I would defo have taken the “null & void” vote having made it through the group stages.
Start again from exactly the same position next season....result....just need to keep everything crossed
It's all so desperately sad isn't it? We were literally one good transfer market away 2018/19 from being a regular diner at the big boy's table. Instead, Levy and his yield loving compatriots have thrown us a few stale crumbs, while he has refurbished his dining room to state of the art. It really is very sad. I've lost the energy to complain, hence I haven't posted for ages and am unlikely to do so in the near future. If I can just leave with one tiny, weeny glimmer of positivity; this forced virus break may...just may give us a team to crawl back into the top four. But I shan't be holding my breath.
Premier League has extended hiatus to the end of April. Pandemic may now save Spurs season from injury disaster. COYS!!!
last 10 days or so are the best we've played in ages
Jan on his contract situation....
"I have to start thinking about where I still want to live, what language I want to learn, what culture I still want to live in. And also very importantly: which competitions and prizes I still want to win. I don't want to regret anything in my career."
What regret could that be I wonder?
Not winning anything ...........
I haven't posted in ages either but this post sums up my feelings completely about the current situation ..
Also the main reason im posting today is to say I hope all of you keep safe during the current health crisis . I know a lot of the regulars here are of a certain vintage and are in the most vulnerable groups . We've had plenty of good banter through the years , many agreements , many disagreements so hopefully when this is all over we'll have many more at some stage .. Stay safe guys ...
Is anybody else ashamed of the levy stance on the support staff asking them to take a pay cut and using the government scheme.Surely the money from tv plus some help from the players could avoid this.we are the first to do this in these difficult times and I am ashamed to be associated with this tight fisted chairman but this should not surprise me
Can't stand the poisonous little cretin , absolute parasite.
But our spreadsheet astute buisness self sustainable model fans will be calling it yet another master stroke I'm sure.
Ashamed yet not surprised.
I wrote to Levy to question the wisdom of his actions, pointed to a two week donation from the players and coaching staff being able to fund three months for the 550 furloughed workers, plus the day before he did that the Club posted accounts showing £80m extra revenues up from £380m to £460m, 2 year profits of £180m and over £100m cash on hand......it was a waste of time, got a minions reply, but it made me feel better.
Nice to see that peer pressure has forced the tight fisted Levy has changed his decision on the support staff
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